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Old 05-27-2019, 04:21 PM   #1
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Willard 40 Pilot House “A true Trawler”

Willard 40 Pilot House Trawler. This is a true Trawler, full displacement solid hulled boat. The Willard 40 is a proven cruiser and this boat has the miles under her hull to prove it, including several crossing of the Gulf of Alaska. Lady Anne’s layout is very similar to that of a Kady Krogen 39. Powered by a reliable Ford Lehman 120 she cruises @ 7 knots using less than 2gph. This hull is blister free and stabilized with paravanes and set up with a hydraulic winch for dealing with extreme Anchoring situations! Take a look on “www.yachtworld.com” do a search for a Willard 40. Lots of pictures on line. This is absolutely not a project boat! She’s ready to cruise the Inside Passage tomorrow, just add your personal provisions and go! Priced at $99,500 and located in La Conner, Washington. Contact me 360-544-2787 “haysfamily@yahoo.com”
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Old 05-27-2019, 04:25 PM   #2
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Hey Rob, What did you buy to replace her??????

BTW, Sonny and Carol are my slip mates Small world!
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Old 05-27-2019, 04:37 PM   #3
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However, I prefer the strength and stability of the Willard hull to the Krogen hull. But the cabin height of the Krogen may keep me from bashing my brains out. Remember, I’m 6’4”.
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I totally envy those tannin stains. The only way you get that is putting on real adventure miles. Spare the fsr, that’s a badge of honor. For those not in the know, fsr will erase them in 15 minutes. Nice looking boat.
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However, I prefer the strength and stability of the Willard hull to the Krogen hull. But the cabin height of the Krogen may keep me from bashing my brains out. Remember, I’m 6’4”.
Very cool!

BTW Radio Bob Mckellar says hi. He lives in Laconnor as well.
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