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1982 Whitby Boatworks Ketch

16 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Shared Dreams is fully equipped and thoroughly tested for living aboard and long term cruising. She is sound throughout and represents great value for this popular Ted Brewer built cruiser. This Whitby 42 sails well and is easy to handle. Shared Dreams is in great shape and comes with everything you need to live aboard and sail in the tropics. The benefits of Shared Dreams are:

• large comfortable Center cockpit protected from the elements by an hard dodger with removable panels all around

• large solar panel array and a wind-generator for your energy needs

• reliable, well maintained 4-cylinder Ford Lehman diesel engine

• recently painted topsides, with anti-skid

• AB 9 foot  hard bottom inflatable dinghy w/9.9 Mercury outboard

• SGC Ham/single sideband radio and tuner 

• AND BEST OF ALL, this boat is located in an ideal location to go cruising now in some of the most  spectacular waters of the Caribbean. 
It doesn’t get any easier than this!!
General Information:
My wife and I have been “living the dream” aboard and sailing Shared Dreams for 20000 Miles since we purchased her in 2005. Our current port of call is the Rio Dulce in Guatemala. The Rio Dulce is a protected river with a nice selection marinas and facilities for cruisers. We have great access to the world’s third largest barrier reef in the waters of Belize and the beautiful Bay Islands of Honduras. When we’re not out sailing, the boat is moored at Moko point Marina

Equipment on Board:

Engine, Transmission, and Propeller:
• Engine model: Ford Lehman NRS 2712E
• Horsepower: 66
• Fuel consumption: 1 gallons per hour
• Cruising speed: 6 knots
• Max speed: 8 knots
• Engine spare parts include 80 amp alternator, zincs, impellers, fuel
  injector lines, filters and belts
• Propeller: 18 inch Bronze
Electronics:
• 2 Garmin GPS plus 1 Handheld
• Raytheon VHF radio
• Com Nav Marine autopilot
• Autohelm Depth Gauge, Wind Direction and Speed
• Solar panels – 255 total watts, 3 – 85 watt panels by Shell/Siemens
• 30 Amp Solar Controller/regulator
• Air X wind generator
• 8 – 6-volt deep cycle Exide lead-acid batteries (2006)
• 80 amp Alternator
• Inverter – 2000 Watt – 2500 watt peak power
• SGC Ham/SSB radio w/ SGC auto-tuner
• Clock and barometer
• Ship/shore Battery charger
• 4 – 12-volt cabin fans

Ground Tackle and Related Equipment:
• Stainless steel bow sprit and anchor roller
• Lofrans Tigress electric anchor windless
• 60# CQR anchor (new in 2006) Primary anchor
• 40# CQR anchor secondary and 40# Bruce Stern anchor
• 300 feet of 3/8 inch BBB galvanized chain (re-galvanized 2009)
• 150 feet of 3/8 inch galvanized chain plus 100 feet triple braid rode and 300 feet of Rode for Stern anchor.
• 12-volt Sureflow wash down pump and hose for anchor rinse and deck wash
• Dingy anchor

Galley:
• Freshwater electric pump
• Seawater foot pump – Whale Tiptoe
• Stainless steel double sink
• 3 burner stainless steel Force 10 propane stove with oven
Large top loading refrigerator w/ 12-volt Waeco marine refrigeration system new in 2010
Ample storage and counter surfaces

Heads:
• Jabsco Manual head (2008)
• Stainless steel sink and vanity
Standing Rigging and Winches:
• Keel stepped aluminum mast
Deck stepped Mizzen Mast (Alu)
• 316 stainless steel 1×19 standing rigging (2005)
• Profurl Roller-Furling System
• 2 Lewmar 44, 2-speed, self-tailing winches
• 4 Lewmar 30 winches
• 2 Lewmar 8, single speed winches
• 4 winch handles

Sails:
• Custom made Mainsail Doyle Stackpack w/ 2 reef points and 4 battens
• Genoa mounted on roller fuller with Sunbrella UV protection cover strip on leech and foot
• Working Jib/Stormjib
• Mizzen
• Spinnaker Pole

Safety Equipment:
• EPiRB – Satfind-406 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon
• Stainless steel Bow and Stern Pulpits
• Double stainless steel lifelines  w/ 2 gates (2007)
• Spotlight – 12 volt Hand Held – 1 million candlepower
• Spreader Deck Light
• Fire Extinguishers – 4 dry chemical
• 12 Volt  Rule 1500 bilge pump w/ float switch
• Manual Whale bilge pump

• Nylon webbing jack line w/ 4 harnesses
• 4 Person Viking Life Raft
• Emergency flares and personal strobe vest lights
• Boat Hook
• Man overboard Pole, Life Ring, Heaving line
• Dock Lines – 6
• Fenders – 9

Miscellaneous Equipment:
• 9’ 6” AB hard bottomed inflatable dingy
• 9.9 HP Mercury outboard engine w/ fuel tank
• Retractable swim ladder on stern
• Dive Compressor with Hose and Mouthpiece
• Edson pedestal steering system w/ illuminated compass on pedestal
• Cockpit cushions
• Generous locker stowage
• Bosun’s chair
• Hydrovane wind steering system (new 2006)

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