I looked at two different Willard
30' and I am pretty sure we sea trialed one, both were trawlers. Rolly little boat, same hull
fit four different 'caps' a sail boat, a trawler
, and I forget the other two cabin
tops. Solid built boats but the ballast is in the hull
, and is cement with scrap metal mixed in. At least that is what one owner told me. Ultimately the trawler
was just not a friendly layout, having to step up to the pilothouse and then down to the forward berth took it off the list. There was a sailing Willard
in our harbor for a time, it had been all over the US coastline, but was trucked from W to E and back again. A very capable boat from what I heard, the man who did all that died some time back, his son has it now, and it sits in Sausalito somewhere. Tortuga was a very salty looking little boat.