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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » W - Boats starting with 'W' » Wooden, gaff rigged

 
Wooden, gaff rigged Wooden, gaff rigged
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Description: Wooden, gaff rigged
Keywords: Wooden, gaff rigged
 


Author
davidgneth
Junior Member

Registered: January 2001
Review Date: Mon January 8, 2001 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

Gaff rigged wooden sailing boat

Built: 1993 in Ghana from Kusia and Odum timbers
Motor: 50hp Ford marinised, PRM 160 gearbox
Length overall: 44.9ft (13.7m)
Length on waterline: 31ft(9.4m)
Weight 15 tones
Berths: 4
Sails: Main, jib, storm jib, trysail, topsail, gennaker
Spars: Wooden mast, aluminium boom & gaff
Equipment: Gas cooker, toilet
Shower, hot water system, water tanks, Autohelm depth/speed/log
Compass, Solar panel battery charging, Plus many spares

Moored in Tema, Ghana, West Africa

Need lots of loving care.

Price: US$15,000
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