"J.D.Crow" William Atkin Ingrid

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"J.D.Crow" William Atkin Ingrid

38,500.00

The J.D.Crow is an William Atkin designed Ingrid, cutter rigged with diesel auxiliary power.

Built on Cortes Island and launched in spring 1987. She is carvel planked with fir below the waterline, red cedar above on steam bent yellow cedar frames. A new rig and box section fir mast was done in the fall of 2009. Rigging done by Mainstay Rigging of Sidney. The running rigging is basic and simple, a pair of Barient 2 speed primaries and a Harken Mk. 2 furler. Slab reefing on the main. Ray Marine tiller style auto pilot.


Two sets of anchor gear on the bow: 35lb plow with 60’- 3/8 chain and 200’ -1” 3 strand nylon and a 45lb North Hill with 100’- 5/16’ BBB chain and 250’- 5/8” nylon braid.The anchor winch is a horizontal capstan/gypsy by Ideal Windlass. There is a  200’- 3/4” poly stern line

Sail Inventory: Mainsail, fair condition. Genoa, great condition 120%. Reacher, 2 1/2 oz, 120%, old but awesome. Genniker, Lee Sails,really big! With sock, excellent condition.


The diesel motor is a 20 hp. 2 cylinder with a 2.1 to 1 ratio manual gear box turning a 20”x14” 3 blade. 40 gal. fuel in 2 aluminum tanks


Below decks: 2 single berths in the main cabin, double berth in forward cabin.Head with 12 gallon holding tank. Galley with Fisherman #12 wood burning stove and single burner propane. 30 gallon water capacity, and a great top loading ice box.

Wheelhouse with basic dated electronics, Sitex sounder, Garmin GPS, Raytheon16 mile radar, VHF.


The Crow was built in the style and methods of fishing and workboats of the day. Much of the wood was beach-combed and Alaska-milled. The red and yellow cedar knees used throughout the boat were cut from driftwood beach-combed while commercial fishing in the former Queen Charlotte Islands. The boat is galvanized fastened. The Crow was not built as a yacht. She is not fancy, just comfortable, basic, fun to sail and a great coastal cruiser.


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