The link works. Try it again and post back if it fails you again.
As George says, it is a magnificent yacht for the money
. It was too much for us right now though.
Three couples could two-step around the salon
and a few more out in the cockpit
. The side decks, foredeck, and coach roof are clear and expansive. The tramps would accommodate a half-dozen, or so, sprawling teenagers. In its current
state, I would describe the interior
as a blank canvas
. There is nothing fancy going on in there. It has been recently white-washed. However, the storage
capability was incredible. Every nook and cranny had useful, compartmentalized, storage
. The true queen forward berths are surrounded fore and toward center with large deck
storage. There are ports
that open into those storage areas which would support increased ventilation, both for the berths and the deck
storage. That seemed like a good thing to me. Plus, you could hide all your servants in there in case of boarding by the coasties. Under the mattresses was about a three inch space where you could hide your stacks of cash. The entire bed! Stacks and stacks of cash. It boggles the mind. There is a head
in the master and the port aft engine
compartment also sports a head
. Some people would call it a head. But, as a gearhead, I was smitten with this engine
berth. The engine sits on its mount in such a way as to allow just wonderful access all around. It could only be more accessible if it was on a turntable. (A 360 degree rotating saildrive!! You heard it hear first folks!!) The starboard hull
currently is just a big empty spot with a ginormous hole in the bottom. I was getting all misty eyed imagining a glistening new Yanmar
perched in there though.
It seemed like a very solid craft. The hull
repair looked very good and is not painted. There is one spot of bare wood under the deck about two inches long and a half inch wide that should be sealed in. That's all I found. The swim platform looked sturdy. The owner has everything that came out of the boat in a storage trailer nearby.
, BoatGuy30, has offered his services as an experienced wooden boat....guy
I hope that worked.
I hope this helps.