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Featured Boat of the Week – Steel Motor Sailer!

August 19, 2011

This 39′ Steel Motor Sailer is sure to Steel your heart!

This custom motor sailer is fabricated of heavy gauge steel – crafted to very high standards by Electro Marine of Port Credit in Toronto, Canada. The Charles Wittholz design is a beautifully curved and shaped hull that also features a long straight keel, large streamlined rudder and a well protected four blade stainless steel propeller.

The interior is rich in a variety of varnished and painted hardwoods. Large Lexan windows encompass the salon providing ample natural light and excellent visibility. The combination creates a cozy, nautical, cottage-like atmosphere. There are four berths with 1 double and 2 singles in two cabins, two manual heads and a quaint, efficient galley with 3 burner propane oven/stove and refrigeration.

The sloop rigged motor sailer is set-up with reliable engine, sails and rigging.

Power –
1xdiesel 80hp Perkins (1985) an unused engine until installation in 1995.
The engine compartment is easily accessed, clean, and laid out well. The engine is also fitted with a 120 amp alternator. Engine cooling is provided by a keel cooler.

Sail –
Sloop rigged with tall sheet winches that are arranged for easy sail handling, including the ease of a roller furling (Furlex system) jib. The Spar Tec mast is equipped with an extra track for a storm sail. The mainsail rides on Harken cars and is equipped with lazy-jacks. Standing rigging is Norseman stainless cable.

“Steel” need to learn more?
View 79 large scale photos and full specifications of this 39′ Steel Motor Sailer click here!
Or give Dirk Nansen a call! 360.927.7967

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