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  1. 1982 Whitby 42

    December 29, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Whitby 42 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. The Yacht is in great shape and comes with everything you need to live aboard and sail in the tropics.

    The benefits 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!!
    Builder: Whitby Boatworks, Whitby, Ontario, Canada
    Designer: Ted Brewer
    Year – 1982
    Flag of Registry: Canada
    Full Keel, cutaway forefoot
    Skeg hung Rudder

    Equipment on Board:

    Fiberglas diesel fuel tanks: (60 gallons each) w/ 1 inspection/cleaning access port
    Holding tank: (30 gallons) w/pump out on deck
    2 – 80 gallon fresh water tanks: (160 gallons total) w/ 2 inspection/cleaning access ports each
    2 – 20 pound propane tanks in vented propane locker

    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 (2010)
    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 foot pump -Whale Tiptoe
    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


  2. 1976 Whitby Brewer

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New rigging 08. New AC/Heat 08. Sanded and Barrier coated the bottom 08, new shaft, prop, stuffing box 08
    trany rebuilt this year. Decks re painted, New Garmin touch GPS 2011 New New New…
    This is a very good boat, She has been well cared for and sailed far. Though her hull paint might night shine like a new yacht she is strong and beautifull and will go far. We just ended a 11 month East coast and bahamas trip and have decided to sell the boat. She has a deep freezer which you can put months of frozen food and daily catch into 2 cool box’s for dirnks and greens, She carries 300 gallons of water and 300 gallons of fuel, 90 gallon holding tank with 2 brand new heads. Her sails are in very good shape. The jib is almost new the storm jib is alomst new the main is older but in very good condition with full battin. The mizzin is also older but in very good condition. The top sides/ decks have been painted with Interlux yacht enamel and interdeck. All hatches have been upgraded from plastic to aluminium, most lights have been changed to LED, she has all new 6v and 12v batt this year less then 6 months ago. I can list more and more.. Please email or feel free to call with your questions. I still live and sail on this boat every day. IT IS VERY CLEAN, you could get on this boat and turn around and take her where ever you would like. My email is svmialee@yahoo.com or (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:


  3. 1981 Whitby Whitby 42

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Whitby 42, Ketch.
    Built in Canada 1981Comfortable in all weather, great off shore sailing boat.
    Engine – Ford Lehman
    4 cyl diesel

    Equipment on Board:

    Standard


  4. 1973 Whitby Alberg 37 Offshore Cruising Yawl

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Alberg 37 is a proven world cruiser but has enough performance under sail for enjoyable coastal cruising. This is one of the few designs which is equally good as an offshore or coastal cruiser. On top of that, they are one of the most beautiful boats on the water. She has been both ways across the Atlantic with her first owners. I bought her in the Virgin Islands, sailed her back to the States and then back and forth around Florida a couple of times. I lived aboard for several years. The yawl rig is out of fashion today but it is ideal for this size of boat and easy to handle, especially short handed or single handed. She sets a lot of sail area when off the wind. She has 10 opening ports (the original aluminum ports have been replaced with bronze) and a big Bomar hatch over the main cabin. There are no deck or hull problems. She has new deck, cabin trunk and cockpit paint and extensive interior refinishing. The icebox has been re-insulated and fitted with Adler-Barber refrigeration. The quarter berth has been converted to an aft-facing navigation station with a slide-out bay for instruments, a chart drawer (quarter fold) and ample bookshelves. The cabinetry has been extensively upgraded, including a bottle locker with stained glass doors, illuminated by a deck prism. The saloon table has removable fiddles to keep dishware in place, the stove is gimbaled and has pot holders and the there is a seatbelt for the cook. You can find more information on this class of boat at the Alberg37 International Owner’s Association: http://www.alberg37.org/ Photos with captions are at http://www.flickr.com/photos/marynya/sets/(# removed)456/

    Equipment on Board:

    Westerbeke 4-107 auxiliary.

    Profurl jib rig with a reefing sail, full-length battens on the main and mizzen with retractable lazy-jacks on the main, free-flying drifter-reacher and mizzen staysail.

    Cathead with two rollers, 35 lb. CQR with 150 ft. of chain and 250 ft. of line plus a 13 lb. Danforth kedge, two-speed manual Simpson Lawrence windless, 35 lb. Danforth-type storm anchor in a cockpit locker.

    House battery bank can carry up to 400 amp-hours (200 currently installed) and there is a 100 amp alternator with a three-stage regulator.

    New three-burner Force-10 range with oven, microwave, Adler-Barber refrigeration.

    Water heater with both electric and engine heat exchanger and a Lectra-San sewage treatment unit. Shower in head.

    Alpenglow fluorescent lights in main cabin.

    GPS, Loran, VHF, Classic RDF with compass-mounted antenna, graphic depthsounder and a Kenwood 430 ham radio set with general coverage receiver (no antenna at present). A handheld GPS, handheld VHF and other navigation gear is included.

    12′ Tinker inflatable dinghy with sailing rig but in rather poor condition.


  5. 1965 Whitby Alberg 30

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    UPDATE: SOLD

    Equipment on Board:


  6. 1985 Whitby 42 Ketch

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1985 Whitby42 built in Canada. Boat is cutter rig with bow sprit. Yankee, staysail, roller in the mast main, fully batten mizzen – all North Sails norlam/spectra. Dingy on davits with 2 outboards. Westerbeke Main aux and 4.2kw generator. Blue water equipt. See Equipment list for specifics.

    Equipment on Board:

    Upgrade standing and running rigging.
    Boom Vang
    2 Barbahaulers
    4 Self-tailing cockpit winches / Port-Starboard Genoa, Port-Starboard Staysail
    2 Self-tailing Main roller-furling winches in cockpit
    Hull was painted in apx.
    Exclusively North Norlam/Spectra
    90% Yankee on Forestay Harken Roller Furling
    Staysail on inner forestay Harken Roller
    In mast roller furling Mainsail
    Fully Battened Mizzen
    New Mizzen staysail (new)
    Large Cruising Spinnaker with Snuffer shoot (New)
    Original Sail: Genoa
    2500 watt inverter/Battery Charger
    3each, 8D glass gel Batteries,
    Linksys Monitoring system
    Westerbeke’s rebuilt in 1995
    70 HP Main Aux.
    4.5 KW Generator
    High Performance Alternator
    Dual RACOR Fuel Filers
    External Mounted Oil filters and electric Oil Pan sump pump.
    3 bladed fixed Prop.
    Spring 03 B&G Instruments
    2 Autopilots: Robertson & Simrad
    Globalstar Sat Phone and docking cradle
    ICOM 710 Single Sideband
    Northstar GPS
    FURUNO Color radar
    New Water Tanks, 3 separate units
    New holding tank
    Plow/Claw on bowsprit – all chain ground tackle (100ft?) leading to cordage.
    Large Danforth
    Navy Anchor
    Danforth on stern rail
    Lemar Electric windless
    Anchor Wash-down
    Watermaker PowerSurvior-80
    Avon 9.5 hardbottom Dingy
    2 Dingy Engines
    Dingy engine davit
    Samson Dingy Davits
    AVON Liferaft
    2 bilge Pumps, One automatic one Emergency Electric with Manual switch
    Wood burning Fireplace
    Grunert Refrigeration
    Transom boarding ladder
    New Broadwater Marine Stove #4-511-004 Schooner ($1975.)
    New Stainless Port lights (axp value $1800.)


  7. 1965 Whitby Alberg 30

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    UPDATE: SOLD

    Equipment on Board:


  8. 1966 Whitby Alberg

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1966 Alberg 30 US140
    LOA
    30′ 3″
    BEAM
    8′ 9″
    DRAFT
    4′ 3″
    LWL
    21′ 8″
    DISPLACEMENT 9000 LBS.
    BALLAST 3300 LBS

    Equipment on Board:

    1966 Alberg 30 US140
    LOA
    30′ 3″
    B
    12000 BTU CRUISE AIR (AIRCONDITIONING/HEATER)
    SHORE POWER
    PROPANE STOVE/OVEN
    CAPEHORN SELF STEERING VANE
    HAYN HIMOD STANDING RIGGING 2010
    10.5′ NESTING DINGY FITS ON CABIN TOP W/OARS
    GRAVITY WATER FEED IN GALLEY
    6.5 HP LONG SHAFT OUTBOARD
    EDSON BILGE PUMP 1 GALLON/STROKE
    25 LBS CQR
    LOFRANS WINDLASS
    AGM BATTERY AND SOLAR PANNEL


  9. 1973 Whitby 42

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    beautiful vessel. new rigging. lots of extras. made ready to cruise, plans changed.

    Equipment on Board:

    2 dinghys. outboard motor. survival suits. too many to list.


  10. 1976 Whitby Brewer

    October 15, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New rigging 08. New AC/Heat 08. Sanded and Barrier coated the bottom 08, new shaft, prop, stuffing box 08
    trany rebuilt this year. Decks re painted, New Garmin touch GPS 2011 New New New…
    This is a very good boat, She has been well cared for and sailed far. Though her hull paint might night shine like a new yacht she is strong and beautifull and will go far. We just ended a 11 month East coast and bahamas trip and have decided to sell the boat. She has a deep freezer which you can put months of frozen food and daily catch into 2 cool box’s for dirnks and greens, She carries 300 gallons of water and 300 gallons of fuel, 90 gallon holding tank with 2 brand new heads. Her sails are in very good shape. The jib is almost new the storm jib is alomst new the main is older but in very good condition with full battin. The mizzin is also older but in very good condition. The top sides/ decks have been painted with Interlux yacht enamel and interdeck. All hatches have been upgraded from plastic to aluminium, most lights have been changed to LED, she has all new 6v and 12v batt this year less then 6 months ago. I can list more and more.. Please email or feel free to call with your questions. I still live and sail on this boat every day. IT IS VERY CLEAN, you could get on this boat and turn around and take her where ever you would like. My email is svmialee@yahoo.com or (# removed)

    Equipment on Board: