PIPER has very traditional accommodations. She is an aft cockpit sailing vessel with a centerline entry; directly at the bottom of the companionway ladder is the galley to port and a comfortable quarterberth to starboard.The galley has Force 10 propane stove and oven and Sea Frost refrigeration and freezer.
There are port and starboard settees that convert to berths and both have pilot berths outboard of them with large drawers under. A large dinette table with drop two leafs is fixed centerline for comfortable dining. There is a hatch overhead and a fan for ventilation.
The head and shower are to port with vanity, sink, pressure hot & cold water system and storage space. To starboard, across from the head are lockers for storage. There is a dorade vent for ventilation.
The master cabin is forward with large V-berths. This cabin has a overhead hatch, fan, and dorade vent for additional.
PIPER has a teak interior with a teak and holly sole.
Personal belonging do not convey.
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The OC 40 hull is layed up by hand and has a core of Airex which is a superior core material and superior to solid laminate construction. It stiffens the hull while providing both sound and moisture insulation. The lead keel is externally mounted, all keel bolts are stainless steel.
PIPER has a flag blue hull with gold cove stripe and a white boot stripe. The hull has a rub rail with S/S strake plate.There is an Ideal electric windlass with up/down switches on deck and a CQR anchor on roller. A spare Danforth anchor is on deck just forward of the dodger on the starboard side.The decks are fiberglass with tan non-skid over white decks. There are S/S bow and stern rail with double life lines joining them.
Built in Bar Harbor, Maine, Hank Hinckley built these OC 40's to be the first is a series of yachts. She was designed to be sailed esaily by two people. She has a long shallow keel for shaol water sailing. The rudder is skeg hung and the prop is protected.
Standard Horizon VHF radio.
Raymarine C80 GPS Plotter (on swing arm to turn toward cockpit)
Signet Knot meter.
Signet Marine wind speed.
Signet wind direction.
PIPER has 30 amp shor power service with a 50' shore power cord. The circuit breaker panel has DC amp & volt meters. There is a high water alarm and a tank tender.
Yanmar diesel engine was installed about 1987 and has 5279 hours use. There is a single lever control system to operate the transmission and throttle.
PIPER is a cutter rigged vesel with a Hood Stoway mainsail, equipped to sail easily short handed. The main and head sails are about three years old. The single spreader, keel stepped mast and boom are painted and looks good.
Harken # 53ST primary electric winches.
Barent # 22 std secondary winches.
Harken # 53 ST winch on coach roof under the dodger.
Barent # 22 winch on coach roof under the dodger.
Two line stoppers under the dodger.
Barent # 21 std winch on the mast.
Harken roller furling.
Harken traveler just forward of the dodger..