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  1. 1976 Willard cruising Cutter

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    A well preserved, lightly used world cruiser in excellent condition. This vessel has a beautiful and well appointed interior that is surprisingly large. A new Westerbeke 4 cylinder, 44 horsepower with freshwater cooling was installed in 2004. The engine has approximately 60 hours.

    Call Herbie Knebel to arrange a showing – (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Photos and specs at www.rbyachts.com


  2. 1978 willard 8 ton world cruiser

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This boat has been well maintained with lots of updates. and is fully equiped for live aboard living. I spend most of the summers on board sailing along the coast.

    It was surveyed in May 2009

    Equipment on Board:

    2012 Inventory List for Horsefeathers

    Anchoring

    Two plow type, two Danford type anchors 150’,5/8” three brad rode,150’ chain, sea anchor, several dock lines and extra anchor rode, several fenders, 4’rub board two boarding steps

    Propulsion

    Jib on a Hood sea furl roller furl, stay sail on self tending boom, main sail with 5 battens, six Barlow winches, three handles. Boom vang, running back stay

    Isuzu 3AB1 40hp diesel with 2714.5 hrs, Borg Warner hydraulic V- drive transmission (3-1 reduction ratio), 20” three bladed prop. A new (2012) 32 gallon aluminum fuel tank, two deep cycle battery’s

    Steering is wheel to rack and pinion. Wheel is reversed see photo.
    A RVG wind vane self steering system is on the rear

    Electronics

    Eclipse DSC GX1000S VHF/FM Marine Transceiver (new2009) Seafarer 701 and Autohelm ST30 depth sounders with speed indicator, Autohelm 3000 autopilot, Garmin GPSMAP-400 chart plotter (new 2011) Garmin GPSMAP-76 hand held GPS,
    Compass

    Comfort and living

    Three burner propane stove with oven, 20# propane tank w/ electric shut off and compartment, two bowl s/s sink, Shurflo model 2093 pressurized water pump, five gallon hot water heater, large ice box, shower in the head, Jabsco Manual Marine Toilet 25 gallon Nauta flexible holding tank with Y valve for overboard or deck discharge. Ninety gallon built in fresh water tank, Bimini w/ Dodger, cockpit cushions, Boarding ladder,

    Since I have owned Horsefeathers (2001) I have replaced the toe rail, Hatch covers, all wiring, applied Interlux interprotect system, Hoses for fuel, exhaust, cooling and any other that might give trouble.

    Normal maintained has been done every year I have not listed a lot of the smaller items that will go with the boat but feel that only some personal preference items will need to be added to it’s inventory for a new owner

    Horsefeathers is documented


  3. 1976 Willard Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New JH-Series Yanmar Diesel

    Equipment on Board:

    New Rigging
    New Wood
    Main, Jib, Spinnaker Sails
    Bow Sprit (app. 6′)


  4. 1976 Willard cruising Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    A well preserved, lightly used world cruiser in excellent condition. This vessel has a beautiful and well appointed interior that is surprisingly large. A new Westerbeke 4 cylinder, 44 horsepower with freshwater cooling was installed in 2004. The engine has approximately 60 hours.

    Call Herbie Knebel to arrange a showing – (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Photos and specs at www.rbyachts.com


  5. 1976 Willard Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New JH-Series Yanmar Diesel

    Equipment on Board:

    New Rigging
    New Wood
    Main, Jib, Spinnaker Sails
    Bow Sprit (app. 6′)


  6. 1976 Willard cruising Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    A well preserved, lightly used world cruiser in excellent condition. This vessel has a beautiful and well appointed interior that is surprisingly large. A new Westerbeke 4 cylinder, 44 horsepower with freshwater cooling was installed in 2004. The engine has approximately 60 hours.

    Call Herbie Knebel to arrange a showing – (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Photos and specs at www.rbyachts.com


  7. 1976 Willard Cutter

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    New JH-Series Yanmar Diesel

    Equipment on Board:

    New Rigging
    New Wood
    Main, Jib, Spinnaker Sails
    Bow Sprit (app. 6′)