"Lucy née Adelaide is a pleasure both to see and to drive. She is an elegant yacht finished in the Herreshoff tradition with painted white bulkheads and varnished mahogany trim. Her hull is designed for comfortable handling and is complemented by a fast, quiet ride." Peter Johanson of Johanson Boatworks
Lucy is an iconic Main Downeast styled yacht. The very first of the Wesmac 36's and the first of the Kathleen's, this yacht has a history with Wesmac and the Maine coast. With her new factory reconditioned engine with low hours on it and the professional maintenance by Front Street Shipyard, Johanson Boat Works and Campbell's Boat Yard you can be assured that this yacht will survey well.
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Hull, decks, bulkheads and engines built and assembled by Wesmac, interior furniture built and installed by Johanson Boatworks. The hull features:
Deck hardware was removed in 2017 and re-bedded and the decks where re-painted at the same time.
The aft deck/cockpit of the Wesmac 36 is very spacious with storage space located beneath the gunwales on both port and starboard sides.
The pilot house roof has stainless steel hand rails port and starboard with a two tone painted surface.
120-Volt AC System
12-Volt DC System
When you walk into the cabin, the galley is located directly to your port. It has a large refrigerator/freezer with a large single basin flush mounted sink. The sink has a hot and cold pressurized tap, and to its right is a three burner force ten stove. There is drawer storage located below the sink and more storage to the right of the stove. Above the galley area, a shelf runs from the chart area to the refrigerator. With wrap around windows through out the cabin, a over head light and two reading lights, the galley/salon is well lit.
To the right of the galley is the salon. It features a L-shaped settee, with an electric table that lowers to create a double berth. There are two opening windows located above the settee and two reading lights. Through out the cabin there are privacy curtains.
The helm features a full suite of electronics, a Richie compass and a control panel. A sliding window starboard with a screen and a hatch looking to the bow. At the helm is a large stainless steel wheel with access to the electrical system below and a foot rest for the seat. To the right of the seat are the battery switches and a reading light above.
Across from the head on the starboard side is the quarter berth. It has a large hanging locker to your left with drawer storage below the berth. Above the berth are (2) opening ports, a sliding storage area and (2) pull open storage cubbies. At the head of the berth is access to the electrical system and a reading light.
As you step down from the helm to your port is the head. Walking through, there is a mixer hot/cold pressurized single basin tap, with storage outboard of the sink and a port above. Towards the bow you see the head, it is a Vacuflush with a reading light and towel rack located above. Beneath the sink is drawer storage and an opening locker storage. To the left is a shower stall with an overhead light, hose shower head, storage and teak grate flooring.
At the bow of the boat is the V-berth, to your port is a hanging locker with storage below, a small seat and a reading light. Storage runs above the berth on both port and starboard sides, with (4) opening ports and a hatch as well. At the foot of the berth is access to the chain locker.
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