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W32 Sails


Martin and Catherine Whittemore

I have a garage full of various parts that I don't forsee having any use for. I keep putting off listing them somewhere as I haven't had time to research prices. Pending slip bill for next year motivated me to just throw up a list and start talking to people. Everything came off my new to me 1974 W32 and is located in Portland ME.

1974 Main and jib - appear to be in usable condition. Both hank-on.

Unkown vintage genoa and cutter sail - both appear in good condition.

Pair of white cockpit cushions in fair condition.

Fore and aft folding head doors. Teak veneer with a dark varnish finish. Includes both piano hinges attached to doors. I took them out and went with curtains.

Propane stove. It works, but is not the prettiest thing. Someone may be able to clean it up nice. I removed it and went with K1 all around. Not sure of the brand. Includes some propane fittings.

Walker Bay 10 with usual cosmetic scrapes and stained bottom. Includes 2 oars. Located in Sebago ME. It's a nice dinghy but we want something easier to stow on deck.

I can be reached by email at martin@whittemore.com. Response may be slow over the holidays.

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