Owner Downsizing and Willing To Consider Smaller Trades
This classic Maine designed and built Downeaster has the lines of a sturdy workboat but her fine touches in finish and accommodations more resemble a cruising yacht. The well respected yard of Lee Wilbur built and finished the boat to exacting standards of the design and this particular vessel had a flybridge added to the design. Very few vessels blend the seaworthy design and workmanship with the fine yachting finishing touches as well as this.
Please call our offices to make an appointment to see this lovely vessel.
From the aft deck one enters the pilothouse with an ample dinette, with drop leaf table, U- shaped seating to port and lower helm station to starboard. The entire house is bathed in light and offers 360 degree visibility form her huge windows with two forward opening windows for excellent ventilation. A couple of steps down and forward is the walk through galley to port equipped with four burner propane stove with oven, Adler Barbour refrigeration and double stainless steel sinks. There is plenty of storage in varnished drawers and lockers. Across from the galley is the head with manual marine toilet, sink in vanity with storage and a separate shower stall. Forward is a large double berth with great storage in lockers and drawers and shelving outboard port and starboard.
Furuno 36 mile Radar
Robertson AP 2000 Auto-Pilot
Standard Horizon VHF Radio
Jensen AM/FM Stereo with Cassette Player
Datamarine Speed and Depth (Upper and Lower Helm
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
12 and 110 Volt Distribution Panel
Numerous Bronze Opening Ports
Cockpit Steering and Engine Controls
Fold Away Cockpit Table