Incredible Live Aboard Cruiser
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INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY !
LIVE ABOARD "PROJECT" VESSEL !
For a liveaboard boat with offshore potential, this cutter rigged Whitby 42 should be on your short list. Noted by many to be "the most livable production 42 footer" sailboat design from the 80s era. Study the cruising forums and you'll hear solid recommendations from experienced live aboard cruisers. With her tankage, she can provide you with extended motoring (1000-1200 miles) and lengthy stays on a hook (200 gallons H2O).
The cutter rig on "Tarazed" is unique to the Whitby 42, as most were produced with the ketch configuration. The simplified deck layout along with the unobstructed aft deck make sailhandling a simple chore for short handed cruising. A hard dodger with intergrated bimini and full enclosure cockpit canvas create a perfect cockpit for Pacific Northwest fall and winter cruising adventures. Large enough to sleep adults, the cockpit size lends to large crowds for happy hour or meals.
"Tarazed" will soon be undergoing a comprehensive marine survey by Matt Harris. The results will be available for qualified buyers. Although there are a number of items that need attention on "Tarazed", her overall condition is average for her age. She sports a fresh Carol Hasse (2000) main, 130 genoa, and new storm trisail, a Cape Horn Windvane, new shaft/prop/dripless bearing in 2012, new bottom paint 2012, and new Hibo hard bottom inflatable 2012. She will require some electronics updating to remedy equipment damage from a 2005 & 2010 lightning strike in El Salvador.
Her current owners purchased her in 2000. They are the 4th owner. The first owner had the boat built in Ontario. "Tarazed" has circumnavigated Vancouver Island in 2000, sailed down the west coast to Mexico 2001 then on to El Salvador and Costa Rica 2002-2010, ending up back in Mexico in 2011 where she was shipped via Dock Path to Vancouver and motored down to Anacortes Jan 2013.
She has experienced no groundings or damage. She shows wear and needs a re-fit. She's sound enough to live aboard while completing her re-fit, so for those looking for a fantastic live aboard project, "Tarazed" is the vessel to consider.
Please call in advance for an appointment to view "Tarazed". Contact Mike Mullenberg via cell at 360-333-8382 or email email@example.com.
Please contact Mike Mullenberg at (877) 215-0560
Contact Marine Servicenter - Seattle.