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2017-08-06 at 2:49:04 AM GMT
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Vahana - 45 ft Huntingford designed FG cutter


If you're looking for a strong offshore vessel or excellent live aboard at a reasonable price, Vahana would be a great choice. She's a Sea Maid 45, Stan Huntingford designed 45 feet fibreglass cutter with centre cockpit. Professionally built Maple Ridge Shipyards, 1981. Continuous upgrades. Isuzu 72hp Diesel engine with 3000 hours. Hydraulic steering, Cetrek autopilot, Saye's wind vane. Vahana has a generous interior. 6 foot plus headroom, spacious aft cabin with seating area and head. Second head forward with shower. Double forward birth. Pilot berth. Snug efficient galley. Diesel heater. Large easily accessible engine room. Centre cockpit where two can sleep under the stars. And she sails beautifully. A safe, sea kindly vessel to sail around the world or up our coast. $135,000.00 Detailed inventory upon request. mcphie.vahana@telus.net

 



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