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SOLD Windjammer 34 Ketch - $19,000 (Bellingham)

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boat type: sailboat
propulsion type: sail
condition: good
engine hours (total): 940
length overall (LOA): 42
make / manufacturer: Windjammer
model name / number: 34
year manufactured: 1978
Perfect boat for Pacific Northwest cruising or comfortable live aboard. Starting forward, sizable double berth, galley, salon, head to starboard, smaller double cabin to port, nav table. The boat has a very traditional feel with a great deal of bronze hardware. Newer solid teak and holly cabin sole. Headroom is 5'10" to 6’ below deck. Electronics are EPever, Blue Sea and 180 watts of Renogy solar panels. New in the last three years, 4 Lifeline batteries in 3 banks, 50 gallon water bladder, electric head.

Windjammer Yachts was an offshoot from the early years of Westsail/Kendall. It's essentially a Westsail 32 stretched 2 feet. The hull is solid fiberglass with teak deck. Aluminum masts with stainless standing rigging. Main and mizzen sails are original and serviceable, newer jib, plus a few bags of miscellaneous sails, some new. Yanmar 3GM with 940hrs, starts easily and runs fine. It is an older boat and there are a few projects but by no means a project boat. One of the wooden spreaders is rotted and should be replaced before sailing. The other issue to be aware of, there's a leak in the deck near the sail tracks either side of the hard dodger. Aside from that, the bright work needs attention, sanitation plumbing should be renewed.

I've enjoyed my time with it and sailing around the Strait of Georgia and Puget Sound. It certainly turns heads in every port I've taken it. Employment relocation to Portland as me not giving the boat the attention it deserves. I considered taking it down to Portland but this is just too much boat for a Columbia river day sailor. It's currently moored in Bellingham, the 45’ slip can be sublet for up to 12 months.

34 feet on deck 42 overall.

post id: 7742518495

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