Actual Location: Charleston, OR
You can own this vessel for as little as $386 per month. Fill out the contact form to learn more!The quality of finish work and attention to details are the hallmark of this yacht. The sturdy build does not detract from the beautiful lines of this boat. From the aircraft windshields in the house to the military grade portholes in the stern the builder has created what appears to be a stout safe vessel at home on the ocean or at anchor in your favorite gunkhole. From stem to stern this yacht looks like strength and character. The solid wood construction, finely finished gel coat, keel stepped masts, high champagne transom, powerful engine, and heavy ports and windows give confidence to the skipper to take this yacht anywhere. The windlass, set up of the running rigging, helm and controls are intended to be easily handled with minimum crew. The big Perkins engine can power you through the water comfortably. Any owner will be proud to showoff this vessel.
The boat was built by the seller. A professional mariner he constructed the vessel in Coos Bay, Oregon. Built with the belief a discerning yachtsman will want a boat like this, he wants to sell and move on to another project building a large offshore tuna fisherman. This boat looks to be in excellent condition and is a showcase of workmanship throughout. The owner has it hauled and scrubbed every ten months renewing the bottom paint as needed. Top sides are gelcoat not paint, the rigging is overbuilt and utilitarian. The hull was laid up in 2006 and finished in 2011 all rigging was completed in 2012. Seller will negotiate.Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Contact us for a free BoatHistoryReport.com report on this vessel. We pay upfront for a report on every vessel possible, and we provide this peace of mind to our buyers at no charge and with no commitment. All you have to do is ask!Take a look at ALL ***109 PICTURES*** of this vessel on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you! - Stock #37303 To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:http://www.popyachts.com/william-garden-40-custom-ketch-deep-keel-motorsailer-boat-for-sale-charleston-oregon-37303
Berth; Cabin Appointments; Cabin Lighting; Fridge; Handbasin; Head; Heads (1); Hot Water System; Microwave; Nav Station; Oven (Propane); Pressurized Water; Propane Tanks (2 In Deck Locker); Shower; Bottom Paint (Pettit Vinyl); Gel Coat; Keel Type (7500lbs Lead); Propeller (2 Blade 22 Square Stainless); The hull is Alaskan Cedar 2" planks on White Oak frames on 9.5 inch centers. Interior is paneled in 5 ply teak plywood. Interior cabinetry is African Mahogany. The keel is attached to the hull with 28 keel bolts. All fastenings are stainless steel. No bronze.; The decks are 3 layers of 28oz woven roving covered in one layer of 28oz matt.
Ballast (Encapsulated Lead Keel); Bow Pulpit; Dripless Shaft Seal; Engine Cylinders (6); Engine Location (Mid Ship); Fuel Tank (1/75 Gallons 1/50 Gallons); Gearbox (Velvet Drive); GPS; Holding Tanks (36 Gallon); Radar Arch/mast (On Mizzen); Steering; Hydraulic Assist Steering; Hydraulic Windlass; The builder added hydraulic assisted steering and windlass controls. Pumps are easily accessed in the engine compartment.; The Perkins engine is a 2010.; Propulsion; Propulsion
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Compass; Depth Instrument; GPS (Garmin GPS Map 441s); Radar (Furono); VHF (Eagle EVR 150)
110v AC Outlets; 12 V DC Outlets; 4 Switch Circuit Breaker; Accessory Switches; Alternator; Battery (2 8D Batterie); Battery Location; Battery Switch; Circuit Breaker Panel; GPS Speedometer; Ship's Power (12v DC); Shore Power (110v. AC
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor (Plough); The ports in the deck house are aircraft quality. Sturdy structure to withstand sweepers. The deck in uncluttered with a wide weather deck to move forward. The poop is elevated and a steering station is situated aft of the mizzen.; Bilge Pump (1 2000 And 1 1000); Fenders; Fire Extinguisher; Life Ring
Blocks; Boom; Mast; Running Rigging (3/8" Stainless); Spars; Standing Rigging (3/8" Stainless); Traveller; All standing rigging and life lines are swaged 3/8 inch stainless wire.; Downhaul; Halyard Winches; Headsail; Main (New 10.5oz Dacron); Main Sheet; Sheet Winches; Winches
A recent survey is available done for valuation purposes.
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Beam: 13 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 125
Water tank capacity: 125
Holding tank capacity: 32
Speed max: 8