The Witchcraft Details

 

 

LOA: 66'

LOD: 59' 6"

LWL: 36' 6"

Beam: 12' 11"

Draft: 6'


Construction
Carvel white cedar planking bronze fastened to white oak frames, backbone, and floor timbers. Teak deck with mahogany trim. Self-bailing cockpit, teak with mahogany, varnished trim, worm-gear steering to keel-hung, rudder. Outside lead ballast. White topsides with blue boot top and red bottom.

 


Engine
1990 Volvo Penta 2003T 43-hp 3-cyl. fresh water-cooled diesel. Morse engine controls. 617 hr. as of spring 2007.

 


Tanks
40 gal. stainless steel fuel tank, 70gal. water in 40-gal. stainless steel and 30-gal. stainless steel tanks, no holding tank.

 


Electrical
12V system, two 12V batteries, circuit-breaker panels, 30-amp shore-power, 2 master switches, volt-
andampmeters.

 


Accommodations
(See layout drawing.) Headroom: 6'. Storage right forward and a pipe berth, followed by 2 transom berths. The galley is next aft with 3-burner gimbaled Luke propane stove with oven and double galley sink. Aft to port is the enclosed head, with a stateroom opposite, to starboard. The main salon is next aft, with pilot berth and settees port and starboard and stowage just forward.

 


Sails & Rigging
WITCHCRAFT is currently rigged as a sloop and has Dacron main, mizzen, staysail, jib, and jib top, all with very few hours. Stainless steel
standingrigging to bronze turnbuckles, keel-stepped varnished hollow spruce spars. Nevins and Merriman sheet and halyard winches.

 


Equipment
75-lb. fisherman anchor with 250' of 3/8" BB chain, 45-lb. CQR with 400' of 7/8" nylon with chain lead, manual windlass, bell, horn, flares, bilge pumps, docking lines, boathook, 5 fenders, cockpit awning, cockpit cushions, 1930s wooden rowing dinghy, winter cover frame.

 


Electronics & Navigation
Clock, barometer, compass
inbinnacle, VHF radio, Magellan hand-held GPS, AM/FM cassette player.