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  1. 1938 Whitaker Marine Company Winthrop Warner – Typhoon

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is Hull #1 documented as “Typhoon”. She is a beautiful example of a compact, full keel, blue water yacht. Her distinctive lines and fine workmanship is evident throughout. Typhoon was fully restored in 2000, cosmetics again in 2010 . She yearns for an owner who can fully appreciate her legacy, with a strong desire to sail her often and continue to giver her TLC as she needs it!
    Ship Name: Typhoon (Documented, same name as plans)

    Hull#: 1 (The first, the original and the construction was overseen by Winthrop Warner)

    * Hull Material: Stem White Oak, Double Planked w/ Philipine Mahogany Wood
    Fiberglass Moisture Barrier added in 2000

    Dimensions – LOA: 24′ 6″ LWL: 20x 4x Beam: 9′ (Tip to Tip 32′ – Boomkin to Bowsprit)

    Displacement: 11,500 lbs Draft: 4x 10x Bridge Clearance: 5’5″

    Ballast: 3,500 lbs (Iron Keel)

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine: Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 30 Engine Model: GM30F

    Hours: 50 Cruising Speed: 6 kts

    Steering – Wooden Wheel Worm Gear

    Fuel: 25 Gallons Diesel (Tin Lined Copper)

    Galley Fuel – Alcohol Burner, Wood, Charcoal.

    Fresh Water System

    Water: 25 gallons (Tin Lined Copper)

    Manual Original Bronze Sink Hand Pump.

    Bronze Seacocks.

    Sanitation System

    Toilet Jabsco, discharge for overboard .

    Stall shower with with manual overboard pump.

    Accommodations

    The interior is very spacious for a boat this size due to her generous 9′ beam. My wife and I have found her to be a comfortable cruiser for both costal and offshore adventures. She has an impressive amount of storage and we recently purchased a brand new Shipmate wood stove which includes a bronze alcohol burner to bring her back to her original glory. Typhoon features a traditional yacht interior, white paint and varnished Mahogany througout. Her sole is soild teak She also has ample ventilation.

    * Sleeps 4 in 3 berths

    Galley Equipment

    * New SHIPMATE Black Porecelain Finsih & Bronze Wood Burning Stove w/ 1 bronze alcohol burner

    * Large Icebox

    * Original Bronze Handpumps (working perfectly)

    * Stainless Steel sink

    Electronics

    * Yanmar Engine Instrument gauges

    Electrical

    Battery Switch.

    Batteries: House: (2) 12v Group 27 AGM (100 Amp hours each 200 total) Engine: (1) 550 Cranking Amp Lead Acid Starter

    Charger: ProTech 1220i 20amp

    Control Panel: Perko12v DC

    ABYC Approved Wiring

    Deck Hardware and Rigging

    Cutter rigged double spreader

    New 1×19 Stainless standing rigging w/ New Nav-Tec Norseman SS end fittings and bronze turnbuckles

    Bronze Chainplates

    The deck is teak which was replaced in 2000.

    Solid Fir spars (varnished)

    CQR Anchor 50′ 3/8″ Chain & 300′ 3/4″ Line

    Jib Sheet Track

    Winches: 3 Merriman Bronze

    Mahogany fordeck and lazarette hatches; sliding Mahogany companionway hatch

    Lifeline Stanchion sockets Bronze bolted to deck & bulwarks

    Sails (590 Sq Ft.)

    * Working Jib – Condition Fair

    * Yankee – Condition Fair

    * Mainsail – Condition Fair


  2. 1938 Whitaker Marine Company Winthrop Warner – Typhoon

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This is Hull #1 documented as “Typhoon”. She is a beautiful example of a compact, full keel, blue water yacht. Her distinctive lines and fine workmanship is evident throughout. Typhoon was fully restored in 2000, cosmetics again in 2010 . She yearns for an owner who can fully appreciate her legacy, with a strong desire to sail her often and continue to giver her TLC as she needs it!
    Ship Name: Typhoon (Documented, same name as plans)

    Hull#: 1 (The first, the original and the construction was overseen by Winthrop Warner)

    * Hull Material: Stem White Oak, Double Planked w/ Philipine Mahogany Wood
    Fiberglass Moisture Barrier added in 2000

    Dimensions – LOA: 24′ 6″ LWL: 20x 4x Beam: 9′ (Tip to Tip 32′ – Boomkin to Bowsprit)

    Displacement: 11,500 lbs Draft: 4x 10x Bridge Clearance: 5’5″

    Ballast: 3,500 lbs (Iron Keel)

    Equipment on Board:

    Engine: Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 30 Engine Model: GM30F

    Hours: 50 Cruising Speed: 6 kts

    Steering – Wooden Wheel Worm Gear

    Fuel: 25 Gallons Diesel (Tin Lined Copper)

    Galley Fuel – Alcohol Burner, Wood, Charcoal.

    Fresh Water System

    Water: 25 gallons (Tin Lined Copper)

    Manual Original Bronze Sink Hand Pump.

    Bronze Seacocks.

    Sanitation System

    Toilet Jabsco, discharge for overboard .

    Stall shower with with manual overboard pump.

    Accommodations

    The interior is very spacious for a boat this size due to her generous 9′ beam. My wife and I have found her to be a comfortable cruiser for both costal and offshore adventures. She has an impressive amount of storage and we recently purchased a brand new Shipmate wood stove which includes a bronze alcohol burner to bring her back to her original glory. Typhoon features a traditional yacht interior, white paint and varnished Mahogany througout. Her sole is soild teak She also has ample ventilation.

    * Sleeps 4 in 3 berths

    Galley Equipment

    * New SHIPMATE Black Porecelain Finsih & Bronze Wood Burning Stove w/ 1 bronze alcohol burner

    * Large Icebox

    * Original Bronze Handpumps (working perfectly)

    * Stainless Steel sink

    Electronics

    * Yanmar Engine Instrument gauges

    Electrical

    Battery Switch.

    Batteries: House: (2) 12v Group 27 AGM (100 Amp hours each 200 total) Engine: (1) 550 Cranking Amp Lead Acid Starter

    Charger: ProTech 1220i 20amp

    Control Panel: Perko12v DC

    ABYC Approved Wiring

    Deck Hardware and Rigging

    Cutter rigged double spreader

    New 1×19 Stainless standing rigging w/ New Nav-Tec Norseman SS end fittings and bronze turnbuckles

    Bronze Chainplates

    The deck is teak which was replaced in 2000.

    Solid Fir spars (varnished)

    CQR Anchor 50′ 3/8″ Chain & 300′ 3/4″ Line

    Jib Sheet Track

    Winches: 3 Merriman Bronze

    Mahogany fordeck and lazarette hatches; sliding Mahogany companionway hatch

    Lifeline Stanchion sockets Bronze bolted to deck & bulwarks

    Sails (590 Sq Ft.)

    * Working Jib – Condition Fair

    * Yankee – Condition Fair

    * Mainsail – Condition Fair