|32 ft. Prothero Gaff Cutter|
Price: $ 68,000
Location: Anacortes, WA
Plym: Traditional Wooden Cutter.
32LOA Hull 26x 9 x 5.
This is a heavily built, fine handling and very attractive small cutter. It was launched in 2007 and spars and rigging were completed in fall 2008. Information on designer-builder Frank Prothero can be found in Wooden Boat Magazine Issue 48, September/October 1982.
Planking: 1 western red cedar on sawn fir frames 12 O.C., doubled at the bilge House: 1 Όfir with 1 T & G cedar top covered with ship felt and canvas Deck: 1 Ό x 2laid fir with Detco deck caulk seams Ceiling: 1 full Alaska yellow cedar Spars: 6 diameter x 35 hollow Sitka spruce mast, solid Douglas fir boom and hollow Sitka spruce gaff Lumber: All boat-grade Douglas fir, western red cedar, Alaska yellow cedar and mahogany, VG, air-dried and clear Fastenings, hardware and fittings: hot-dipped galvanized and bronze Traditional rigging: soft eye splices, parceled, served, leathered and slushed. Wire: galvanized and stainless Engine: 30HP Yanmar diesel 3QM30 freshwater-cooled, approximately 800 hours, Norscot shaft seal, 1 1/8 stainless steel shaft, 17 x 17 bronze prop Steering wheel: Mahogany with Edson 00 Boston gear on 2 stainless steel rudder stock Sails: jib 94 square feet, foresail 64 square feet, main 308 square feet made by Elliot/Pattison Sail makers New 8 Nutshell pram tender with oars Forward chain locker with 35 of 5/16 galvanized chain and 130 ½ braided nylon anchor line. 25# CQR anchor. V-berth port and starboard with storage under Dinette for two folds to third bunk
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