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1980 Culler Custom 1840 British Cutter Used Classic Wooden Boat For Sale in Charlotte

Overview

Price
39000.00
Type Of Boat
Make
Culler Custom
Model
1840 British Cutter
Year
1980
LOA (feet)
36
Deck Material
Douglas Fir
Hull Material
Doug. fir/Alaska cedar - white oak frames
Superstructure Material

Location

City
Charlotte
Province/State
Vermont
Country
USA

Engine

Engine Make
Isuzu
Engine Model
C240
Engine Configuration
Single
Horsepower (each)
60
Cubic Inch Displacement
Cooling
Fuel Type
Diesel

Mast

Mast Configuration
Two Mast
Single Mast Type
NOT SPECIFIED
Two-Mast Type
Ketch
Hull Configuration
Monohull
Sail Handing and Equipment Comments
Gaff rigged main and Mizzen, twin headsail
Spars and Rigging Comments
Wood spars, served and tarred standing rigging
Ballast
Internal lead pigs

General

Boat Survey
Yes
Survey Date
2002
Swim Platform
No
Trailer
No
Cradle
No
Winter Cover
Yes
Dinghy
No
Dinghy Make
Cabins (number)
2
Air Conditioning
Yes
Heater
No
Wet Bar (With Sink)
Yes
Dry Bar (No Sink)
Yes
Manual Head(s)
No
Electric Heads
Not Specified
Fire Extinguisher
Yes
Color of Canvas
Green
Bimini
Yes
Bridge Cover
No
Bridge Enclosure
No
Convertible Top
No
Side Curtains
Yes
Drop Curtain
No
Camper Back
No
Tonneau Cover
No
Deck Enclosure
No
Sleeps (Number of People)
4
Holding Tanks (total number)
1
Water Tanks
2

Further Comments

"Flying Lady" was designed by Pete Culler for Bruce Northrop, who built her, as well as other Culler designs (including The Baltimore Clipper "Lizard King" - see "Pete Culler on Wooden Boats" pgs 366-371). This is the very boat featured in John Burke's book "Pete Culler's Boats" - it is the 1840 British Cutter. The rig was designed by the late Master Rigger Nick Benton. The interior was designed and built by the original owners, who cruised the Pacific for 11 years. She is built and equipped for cruisig. She comes with an astounding amount of gear. E-mail us for a full inventory! We have lived aboard for the last 5 years and had planned to go cruising this fall. Over those years, we have done numerous repairs, as well as regular maintainence work. Unforutnately, the Flying Lady is in need of a more work than we have the time and resources to do properly (due to Pete Culler's insistance on traditional galvanized fasteners). The overall structure is sound, but additional work cannot be deferred. This pedigreed work of art is looking for Pete Culler's number one fan. We know you're out there. Plese give us a call.
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