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"Woodwind" is an Alan Pape design Cuttyhunk 41 Ketch, her construction was started at the John Sears Ltd. yard in Penryn, England, and completed at the Williams Yard in March 1976. Her first owner initially sailed her to Antigua and eventually to the Chesapeake, followed by a round trip trans-Atlantic crossing to Ireland. In 1980 she berthed at Hartge Yacht Yard, and was sold in 1996 to her second owner who refitted her for a round the world journey. When those plans did not pan out she was sold to her current owner in 2000, who has spared no expense in keeping her in top shape.
She has always been known as Woodwind and is truly a fine world cruising ketch, designed and built to take you anywhere. Will you be the owner for her next journey?
Time and tide wait for no one!
Beginning forward is the FOREPEAK with single berths to port and starboard with storage forward. Large opening teak hatch above for deck access by ladder. Drawer storage below berths. Access to chain locker. Port and starboard portholes. Sliding privacy door.
Aft to port is enclosed HEAD with shower, marine toilet, vanity with sink, mirror and storage locker. Shower provides cold water and hot water provided by heat exchanger (2009) from the engine. Hot/cold shower and cold water sink water supplied by foot pumps. Shower/sink overboard discharge by foot pump. Head overboard and holding discharge. Hand pump holding tank discharge and deck-mounted pump-out . Opposite to starboard are drawers and hanging locker storage.
Next amidships is MAIN SALON with L-shaped settee around a centerline drop-leaf table with a pilot berth above that converts into a double berth. Opposite to starboard is a single straight settee with pilot berth above. Double portholes port and starboard. Drawer storage under and above both settees, and compartment storage behind both settees.
Navigation Station and Galley located in deckhouse up two steps from main salon with port/starboard visibility.
Origo 2 burner alcohol stove, Top loading well insulated ice box, Double stainless sinks, Manual foot pump water system, Excellent storage and counter space
DC electric panel 12 volt, House batteries 2 batteries, Engine start battery, Battery selector switch, Inverter / charger, Power cord 30 amp 50'
Raymarine C120 GPS chart plotter radar, SGC 2000 SSB radio, Icom IC59 VHF radio, Danforth 6" compass
Stainless bow and stern rails, Stainless stanchions with double lifelines, Mooring cleats (6), Dodger spray hood, Bimini top, Simpson Lawrence electric anchor widmass, Bruce 44 lb anchor chain and rode, CQR plow 45 lb anchor chain and rode, Stainless dorades (2)
Aluminum main and mizzen mast, Stainless standing rigging, Harken roller furling headsail, Harken roller furling staysail, Barient winches (7), Genoa 130%, Mainsail with two reef points, Mizzen with single reef point, Staysail, Storm jib, Cruising spinnaker with sock
|Engine Model||4 cyl FWC|
|Length at Waterline||31ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||150 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||90 gal ()|