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Old 01-05-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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Country: USA
Vessel Name: Roam'n
Vessel Model: Westcoast 46
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for sale Willard 30

* Boat Name:*
Knot*Again(A Coast Guard documented vessel)
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Builder: Willard Marine
30'*Searcher Model withoutFlybridge


LOA: 30 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 6* in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Displacement: 12,000* lbs


Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model:* 4JH2E 55hp, with optional 80 amp alternator (factory)
Cruising Speed: 6*Knots @ 3/4 gal an hour
Engine Hours: 420
Total HP: 55
New prop shaft bearings
New cutlass bearing
Prop was balanced and trued, also has spare prop that isin excellent condition.
* **


Fuel: 100 gal
Fresh water: 70 gal
Holding: 9 gal*- complete system newly installedincluding the pressure system.
* *

Canoe stern cockpit features bench seat with storage under deck accessed from galley.
You enter cabin from cockpit with galley (port) and settee (starboard) that converts to
berth with small bunk above. Aft of dinette is head with shower and custom teak
floor grate. Forward of cabin, you go up to pilothouse with steering station, bench helm seat,
flip up chart table and storage.* Stateroom, forward of pilothouse, has V berth with filler,
two hanging lockers and more storage.* * *
* *

* * *** Stainless Steel Sink, new Scanvik faucet and plumbing
* * *** New 6 gallon hot water heater, 110 volt and engine heat
* * *** New water pump with accumulator, all new hoses and water tanks
* * *** New refrigeration
* * *** New Force 10 propane stove/oven with 20lb tank, electric shut
* * * ** off valve and sniffer, wood cutting block on top of stove**
* * *** Built in microwave oven
* * *** Granite counter tops
* * *** Extra galley storage
* * *** Lots of drawers and storage

* *
Electronics & Navigation Equipment:

* * *** Raymarine C-120 radar, plotter, depth finder. Has chips for West
* * * ** Coast*and Canada
* * *** C-120 unit has a "Tri Deucer" which gives speed through the water*
* * * ** plus depth and temp*
* * *** Icom M45 VHF radio with remote speaker

* *
Electrical System:

* * *** 30 Amp 110 V AC shore service with power cord
* * *** (3) 12 V DC batteries (house size 31)
* * *** (1) 12 V DC battery (engine start size 31)
* * *** New 110 V panel (Blue Seas)
* * *** New 12 V panel (Blue Seas)
* * *** DC parallel panel (Blue Seas)
* * *** 12 V DC outlets
* * *** Freedom Marine 1500 watt inverter, with remote panel and built in*
* * * ** smart charger
* * *** New running lights
* * *** Custom radar mount with forward deck light and horn

* *
Other Features:

* * *** New*Awlgrip Paint- hull, decks, house professional yard prepped and painted
* * *** All new windows with tempered glass from original maker (Marks*
* * * ** Plastics), main saloon windows made taller and longer and open
* * * ** (opening windows/ports have screens).
* * *** New (4) stainless opening round ports (larger then original)
* * *** Added windows in back of pilot house (360 degree view)
* * *** All windows have sun screens (mounted inside, no holes outside)
* * *** New 33 lb stainless Bruce style anchor with 120ft 4G 1/4* inch
* * * ** chain and 250ft of 1/2 in rode.**
* * *** New Lewmar windlass, 900lb lift, with dash switch and*
* * * ** wireless remote switch
* * *** HD bow pulpit & sampson post
* * *** Custom, through the bow anchor roller
* * *** Mast with steadying sail and custom fiberglass wiring cover on the front of the mast
* * *** New Groco HF head with new Lectra/San System and 9 gallon holding* tank
* * *** All new canvas -hand rails, hatches and windlass
* * *** All new stainless cleats, new lifelines
* * *** Custom tabernacled mast with crutch to hold it
* * *** New carpeting, bound on edges
* * *** All* inside teak sanded to bare wood and refinished
* * *** Custom steering console with additional storage
* * *** New interior lights
* * *** New wall covering
* * *** New Headliner
* * *** All safety equipment (all current)
* * *** Bottom was completely redone with barrier coat and fresh paint

* Fenders and mooring lines*


I bought this boat 3 years ago and completely refurbished it (I had a sister ship 20 years ago, sold it up in the Seattle area and it is still there and *being used by a knowledgeable owner all the time).
It was left it on the hard for over a yearwhilebeing rebuiltand launched last year. The boat turns heads wherever it goes and people think it is brand new. Willards are great boats because they are very easy to handle and are very maneuverable because of their large rudder.
Everything functions as new (and most systems upgraded to "better than when new).

The only thing left to customize this boat to your taste is the V berth cushion, preferably a custom mattress and pilot house cushions.
If you are considering a Classic Trawler, the Willard 30 is an incredible boat.* Please look at other boats you may be interested in then look at KNOT AGAIN and you will see the difference.* The boat is very easy to visit, and can be easily delivered anywhere on the West Coast (I had her trucked from the LA area to Coyote Point Marine (san francisco)where she is now after the rebuild * really is easy to have hauled!
Rickized at AOL dot COM


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Old 01-05-2012, 09:57 PM   #2
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Vessel Model: Willard Nomad 30'
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RE: for sale Willard 30

Beautiful boat Rick. My Nomad is nowhere near the finish of your Searcher. I had a good time looking at your pics though. I've not been aboard a Searcher and it looks like they have more room aft than I thought they would have. I think the Searcher or Horizon engine is further fwd than on a Nomad. I repowered "Willy" too and settled on a Klassen/Mitsubishi. There is a guy here in Alaska that did his anchor bow roller arrangement like yours and I think it's the best and Willard should have built them that way.*

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Old 01-17-2012, 12:59 AM   #3
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RE: for sale Willard 30

How much $$$
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:04 AM   #4
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RE: for sale Willard 30


For a new drum winch?

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Old 01-17-2012, 09:17 AM   #5
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RE: for sale Willard 30

No, in case my deal doesn't finalize on my new boat. It hasn't closed yet (should this week). I won't believe the deal is done till I am standing on it in US waters on the way home.

I saw the pictures and the boat looks great... actually fantastic! Hard to find a 30' full displacement boat.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:27 PM   #6
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Knot Again still available?
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Old 10-12-2012, 07:46 AM   #7
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Wow...that is indeed a proper yacht.

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