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Old 01-07-2016, 01:15 PM   #1
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Willard Size: W40 vs W30

In the Willard 50 thread/topic it was mentioned by ManyBoats - Eric:

"The 40' Willard looks huge next to my 30' .... and so does the earlier built W36."

I thought that a picture would visualize the significant size difference between the Willard 40 vs Willard 30.

Attached is a photo taken of our W30 Voyager rafted to a W40 FB Sedan.
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Interestingly they both take the same amount of power to make 7 knots .... hull speed for the W30. WLL is golden for FD craft.

Nice to see you here Craig.
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Interestingly they both take the same amount of power to make 7 knots .... hull speed for the W30. WLL is golden for FD craft.

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You have piqued my quriosity. What is that hp number/gph?
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I always liked the 36 in all its flavors. Nice example on YW. Sorry if already posted.

1963 Willard 36 Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
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I always liked the 36 in all its flavors. Nice example on YW. Sorry if already posted.

1963 Willard 36 Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
That's a nice Willard 36 Larry . There is another one on YW in Demopolis Alabama that is
35k less but kinda rough .
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That one that Larry posted is indeed nice.
These boats were built in the 60's so a lot of them are rough.
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36 and 40 on the hard

On the hard in Ballard last week. One rough 1963 36 Motorsailer, one fine 1991 40FBS
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