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  • Hull #397, completed in 1989, was sailed throughout the Martha's Vineyard/Block Island area for 23 years by its previous owner. I purchased the boat last year and got 80-90% of the restoration work done before Sandy struck (did not hurt boat)

  • Because I am now involved in Long Term Recovery work it looks as if it will be a few years before I can get back to the boat.
  • There are a few minor things to still be done before the boat is painted - mostly fairing. A great advantage to the boat not being painted is that you can see the quality of the construction and repairs plainly. The hardest thing will probably be choosing your colors!

    The boat is titled and registered in New Jersey and includes everything except an engine: full set of construction plans, ready-to-go Galv. Trailer, heavy-duty, stainless steel mast mount, aluminum mast, main and jib by Jeckells Sailmakers in the UK (original maker of the sails). The sails alone would cost $1800 + shipping.

  • Price: $5,300. Here is your chance to own a Wharram cat for less than the plans and materials would cost you.

I also have a 2-stroke, 8hp extra-long shaft Johnson that I might be willing to work into the deal.

email Patrick at volvo282@yahoo.com for more information.

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Do you still have the wharram ???


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