Ed Monk Designed and [ built by Cecil Lange and Sons Boatyard in Port Townsend Washington in 1976 ] , she is a Custom Composite Double-ended Cutter. Heavily built with strip planked and epoxy laminated construction. She has been well cared for by her currant owner and has sailed as far south as to New Zealand and back. She has a gorgeous teak deck a spacious cockpit. Her hard dodger was built in New Zealand while she was there cruising with her first owner. She has a beautiful teak and mahogany interior, with a single master cabin that has a large double berth to mid to starboard side. There is also a single berth on the port side forward just before the chain locker. Across from the main cabin, is the head with a shower.
This boat could easily could be ready with some new gear and be off to Hawaii, South Pacific or to Alaska. She does need some upgrades with electrical system and plumbing before going offshore. Not the boat its self as the hull and decks are in good shape. This is a Great Boat to go on a cruise when you do not have that big budget. She also makes for a good live-aboard for someone who wants to go cruising.
Owner is looking to move on with his new adventures of his own and will look at all offers. He want the boat to go to someone that want that adventure of cruising the world or just our North West waters. Whalesong will make someone a good Home !
For more info or to set up a time to see the boat, give me a call at: 360-621-3704. or at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for looking at this boat, Charles Tucker
The interior from forward consists of a chain locker then a berth port side with storage lockers to starboard. Aft to starboard is a ladder leading to the foredeck hatch. Aft is a spacious master cabin with a double berth to starboard and to port side is a enclosed head ( no holding tank/over board ) and a shower.
Next up two steps is the main salon with a settee and table to starboard and galley to port. Water tank is under the main salon sole with room for two fuel tanks to be added, ( old tank have been removed due to age). Inboard of the settee is the navigation / computer station. On center line is the companionway ladder to the cockpit. Both port and starboard side of the ladder are doors to the engine room. There are fuel tanks aft of engine
This is a spacious galley set up for a live aboard or cruiser with lots of storage. You have a Mariner 4-burner propane stove with oven. Refrigeration ( cold plate is engine driven) in a top loading ice box. Stainless Steel Sink and pressure or foot pump cold water
Navman wind, speed and depth instruments mounted on pod under hard top dodger with repeater at navigation station below.
Furuno Radar 36 mile
Icom VHF M500
Icom Marine M800 SSB radio with antenna tuner
Wagner Mark IV autopilot under dodger
compass and hydraulic wheel steering
Aqua-signal series 40 Tricolor running and anchor masthead lights
Additional steaming lights/running lights for under power
Deck lights and radar reflector on mast
Mast is a Spruce, Painted
Staysail with boom
New Blue Sea 360 DC and AC electrical panel ( not installed yet )
High output Balmar alternator with charging and battery monitoring system
New battery switch panel and wiring and two new lifeline AGM batteries
Ideal Electric Windlass
Anchors: 75lb. CQR, with 350' of 3/8" chain
65lb. CQR, with 30' 5/16" chain and 350' of 3/4" line
Frame for a cockpit awning ( no canvas )