1979 Homebuilt Cutter 44


Winchester Bay, OR
Bunks, Dinette, Salon, Settee, Sink - Galley, Stateroom - Aft, Stove / Oven, V Berth, Bottom Paint Antifouling, Anchor, Windlass, Cockpit Seating, Compartment Storage, Transom - Closed, Bimini, Bow Rail, Propane Tanks, Shore Power, Solar Panel, Dc Panels, Solar Charger / Regulator, Holding Tanks, Number of Eng Cylinders, Rudder, Water Tank, Compass, GPS / Plotter, Radar Array, Sextant, Fathometer, Hull Speed Gauge, Autopilot, Backstay, Mast, Whisker Pole, Winches, Boom, Lifelines, Running Rigging, Sloop Rig, Standing Rigging, Winches - Manual, Emergency Tiller, Life Sling, Life Jackets, Strobe Light, Signal Flares, Grab Rails, Genoa, Main Sail, Spinnaker- Asymmetrical, Staysail, Covers - Sail, Roller Furling Jib
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Stock #255728 - Bluewater cruiser that has handled gale force conditions during Pacific crossings! Beautiful mahogany & African hardwood interior!This beautiful cutter was designed by Canadian marine architect Cecil Norris and then built and maintained by a meticulous German engineer. The 44-foot cutter-rigged sailboat was launched in 1978 following its construction with high tensile steel and ferro cement. A very special finishing crew was hired to bring a shine to the finished product, and she is often mistaken for a glass boat.

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