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Orca Yacht Sales
Designed by Ed Monk Sr. and built in 1980 by Bill Tomlinson on the Duwamish Waterway This center cockpit sailing yacht would make a great live aboard or world cruiser. Cold molded hull 1 1/8 inch thick, cockpit is 1 3/8 inch thick with a full keel Wagner hydraulic steering Anchors: 45 lb. original CQR and a 105 lb. Mantus M1 anchor, Mantus BR2 bow roller with Anchor mate Lofrans Tigres 1500 watt 12 volt windlass Fiorentino parachute sea anchor 24’ diameter : Lifeline AGM house battery. Dickenson Pacific diesel stove 9.5 Captains Gig by Gig Harbor Boat Works Aluminum mast by LeFiell
Three new sails total of 1,219 sq ft, 8.8 oz cloth triple stitched, heavy attachments. Less than 10 hours on two of them and the big head sail was only hoisted once and did not see wind.
Main:345 sq ft, Head: 610 sq ft, Stay sail: 264 sq ft, Storm Trysail. The main sail is covered by the Mac Sails MacPac lazy jacks and cover (Mack Pack – Mack Sails)
Electric Yacht 17.5 KW 48 volt motor, self regenerating at minimum 4kt of sailing speed, 8 LT16 Lifeline AGM batteries. Layout; front cabin, head, salon, galley, engine room and aft cabin. 6’ 6” Headroom through out most of the boat except engine room which is about 5’ 9” tall
Deck layout: long wide bowsprit (being rebuilt), large fore deck, cabin top, center cockpit, large aft deck. tall bulwarks and stainless stanchions with stainless cable. Anicka is well built, very strong and can go anywhere.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.