Full displacement single engine trawler that is clean and well maintained with many updates like island berth forward, Naiad Stabilizers, updated electronics, Cummins 6B5.9-M 115 horsepower diesel and Northern Lights generator. Vessel commissioned in 2000.
One of the last two Willard 40 Flybridge Sedan Trawlers built between 1977 and 2001, out of a total of only 14. Only 5 of those were built after 1990, as Willard specialized in military and commercial boat building.
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Owner's stateroom is forward with island berth with drawers and bulk storage below. There is upgraded lighting, folding changing stool, generous hanging lockers, opening screened bronze ports, skylight hatch with covers, Carbon monoxide detector and beveled mirror.
Guest cabin is aft to port with two oversize berths in over under "L" configuration. It also has opening screened bronze ports with covers, Hanging storage, drawers and folding table.
Head is to starboard with separate shower.
30 kG Bruce anchor with 300' all chain rode
45 lb. CQR anchor with 200' rope to chain rode
Spare nylon rode
12 volt Maxwell 2200 electric windlass
Split chain locker
Sea water washdown pump
9 Lexan extreme weather covers salon windows
Bow thruster ( high-efficiency six-bladed prop, 2011)
Bronze 3 blade propeller (tuned and balanced 2017)
High-efficiency Schilling-style rudder with fishtail trailing edge for improved course keeping and vessel control
Two units of air-conditioning with reverse cycle heat
Overhead saloon lighting has high/low/red or white option
Naiad stabilizers (2010)
Bottom-paint removed by soda-blast, 2012. multiple barrier coats applied; followed by three coats long-lasting Petit Trinidad SR bottom paint
Outboard motor bracket
Fold-down steps to foredeck built into flybridge cowling
Hot and cold pressure water
Deep double stainless steel sinks
Dual refrigerators with freezers
Dickinson 3- burner propane stove with oven (2017)
Remote propane shut off solenoid
Raymarine autopilot (2018)
Garmin GPSmap 741XS GPS/chart plotter
Raymarine VHF marine radio (2018)
Raymarine ST-60 depth sounder
Vetus bow thruster
Raymarine touch screen multi-function display
Naiad Multisea II stabilizer control
Raymarine autopilot (2018)
12-volt outlets and USB charging ports (2018)
110 volt shore /ships power system
12 volt ships power system
8 kW Northern lights diesel generator (1516 hours)
High output alternator 200 amp
Two 30 amp shore power inlets
Two 50' 30 amp shore power cables
Two 25'' 30 amp shore power cables
Dual 30 amp to 50 amp Y adapter
3-8D deep cycle house battery bank
Separate generator start battery
Separate engine start battery
Galvanic Isolation Transformer to prevent stray electrical currents from causing runaway galvanic corrosion when connected to AC shore power. ( 2008)
Electric disconnects for anchor windless, house battery bank and two start batteries
Inverter/Charger to supply 120-volt power under way or at anchor, and for charging house batteries from generator or shore power. (2010)
Engine room is spacious and well-organized, with sound and heat insulation; access hatch with step and six-foot overhead service-hatch over engine.
Cummins 6B5.9-M 115 hp diesel power with separate starting battery (3490 hours)
Bronze through hull with strainer
Northern Lights 8 kW diesel generator (1516 hours)
2" Aquamet-22 propellor shaft installed 2009
Dual air conditioning compressor units with continuous-duty sea-water cooling pump
75 gallon fiberglass waste-water tank
Pump, piping and seacock for overboard discharge option
Stainless steel hot water heater, powered by engine cooling, or from 120-volt electric
Three separate automatic bilge pumps, one in sump well (others in separate bow and stern compartments).
New discharge hoses 2018.
Spare bilge pump in lazarette.
Fuel polishing system for each fuel tank with filters, continuous-duty fuel pumps, vacuum gauges, and a timer wired to the “fuel pump” circuit breaker on 12V panel. Gulf Coast Filters system uses cheap toilet-paper filter elements to absorb water and catch sludge.
Racor primary filters
Fuel tank sight gauges
Inflatable tender with oars, anchor and cover
Outboard motor with cover
Honeycomb day and night window shades
Newly-painted fold-down aluminum mast with deck, anchor and navigation lights; new radar and GPS antennas; sail and flag halyards; steadying or riding sail; boom and tackle for handling dinghy