1979 William Atkins Cutter

US$ 70,918
Gold Coast, stateprovince.QLD, Australia
Interested in this boat? Tel: +617 5532 1122
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Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Gold Coast, stateprovince.QLD, Australia
Hull Material:
Current Price:
A$  95,000 (US$ 70,918) 

Looking for a solid ocean going home? This traditional cutter with a solid Fibreglass GRP hull, is one of only 3 sought after vessels built in Seattle USA and will suit a discerning buyer who is looking for dependable seaworthiness and reliability. First launched in 1979 and designed by William Atkins, the builder Jim Skoog, in his book about the vessel, described her as being ‘designed for seakindliness, massive load carrying and brute strength, she provided a safe, comfortable lifestyle in remote cruising areas’.

This vessel is set up ready for extensive cruising with:
• A full suite of sails – a furler Yankee, a furler drifter, 2 genoas, a staysail, 2 main sails and a new square sail complete with a yard.
• 45HP Lister diesel with only 300hrs since a full rebuild
• Plath hydraulic anchor winch
• Comfortably sleeps 7
• Full ‘U’ shaped galley with a 3 burner gas stove and lots of storage
• LED lighting throughout
• Auto pilot for those long passages

The 'Dolphin Queen' has a solid 1" thick GRP hull, a traditional full timber interior and includes a diesel heater for those colder destinations.

If you would like any further information on the ‘Dolphin Queen’ or would like to organise a viewing, please contact us today.

Please contact Ensign Ship Brokers at +617 5532 1122

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