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1984 Corbin Pilot house cutter rig

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Hand crafted Mahogany/Ash Interior.
Wooden boat feel with a fiberglass hull and deck.
8 clear hatches – lots of light.

V-berth – double berth, with settee, desk and lots of storage
One aft cabin with double berth
Large chart table in pilot house
Propane stove with oven – propane locker outside for storage
Pressurized water system services shower, kitchen and bathroom sink

Equipment on Board:

Sails: Off-white, good condition, and all ropes come back to cockpit
Main sail, 2 head sails (Genoa, High Cut Genoa), and self tailing stay sail
furling system for 2 head sails
2 sail lockers

Anchoring:
45 lb CQR anchor
45 lb Bruce
Fortress 37
75 feet of chain and 200-300 ft anchor line
manual anchor winch at bow

Engine:
Perkins diesel – diesel 4-108 50 horse power – less than 1000 hours

Electrical:
12 volt electrical panel, solar panel for charging battery with battery control

Miscellaneous
Wagner hydraulic steering, with one exterior wheel. Interior pilot house ready for installation of interior wheel
3 bilge pumps

home made fiberglass dingy – 5 people – Johnson 9.9 horse power – dingy hangs from davits while sailing

Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
Corbin Pilot house cutter rig
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