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condition: fair
engine hours (total): 200
length overall (LOA): 40
make / manufacturer: Hwa Nan
model name / number: Seawolf 40
propulsion type: sail
year manufactured: 1972

MUST SELL AS I'M LOSING MY STORAGE SPACE IN THE BOATYARD!!
1972 Mahogany Seawolf 40 Ketch Project. Boat is 90% complete but needs finishing. Currently blocked in the yard at Point Roberts Marina. Lovely boat with low hours Perkins 4-107 diesel engine, custom Adler-Barber refrigeration, Taylors brass/stainless kerosene stove/oven, Taylors brass kerosene wall heater, 5 interior brass kerosene lamps, Wallas forced air diesel furnace, Raritan 6 gallon hot water heater, LectraSan sewage treatment for head, 515 feet of galvanized 3/8" anchor chain, Simpson Lawrence Francis 400 electric anchor windlass, 60 lb CQR, 45 lb CQR, Fortress 55 anchor in soft case, Lewmar 40 bronze self tailing cockpit winches, Danforth brass skylight compass. All standing rigging is oversize 316 Stainless Steel with Sta-Lok and Norseman reusable fittings. Much other equipment, spares, stockpile of wood, fasteners, etc. Main, working jib, 160% genoa and mizzen in good, original condition. Recent work consists of the following:
• New marine plywood decks sheathed in 2 layers of fiberglass cloth and epoxy resin (bow and starboard side, portside will need replacing)
• New, solid mahogany laminated gunwhale from cockpit to bow
• New shear planks on both sides
• New bow planking
• New laminated bow horn timber
• New inner transom structure on lower half
• New transom plywood and mahogany planking
• Spruce mainmast has 18' of new spruce scarfed into top section
• Spruce mizzenmast has 8' of new spruce scarfed into lower section
Boat requires the following work to complete:
• Finish shaping and fairing new mahogany gunwhale
• Replace portside deck plywood
• Fabricate new cap rail for gunwhale
• Fair new transom planking
• Replace additional hull planking near transom
• Finish fairing rebuilt masts and install all hardware
• Strip bottom paint and epoxy barrier coat that is peeling off
• Renew bottom coatings
• Repair cockpit hatch that has bad plywood beneath teak decking.
• Finish assembling shelves in master stateroom that were removed for deck replacement
The hull deadwood/keel shows shrinkage from sitting for years on the hard and is not seaworthy at this time due to some missing planking near the transom. This project will require the skill of an experienced carpenter or shipwright so it's not for the casual DIY'er.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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