EMMA LEE was purchased by her fourth owner in 2007. Though classified as a Weekender this boat will comfortably house you for a longer voyage., she is extremely comfortable in a head sea, and she can handle a following sea well. Of course, the interior joiner work of a Wilbur 34 is well-known as being superb, Since 2007, we have spent many weeks anchored at Block Island, as well as the Vineyard, Cape Cod thru Canal - all the way to P-Town; although it may not have all of the creature comforts of some larger vessels, the Emma Lee is a cozy, comfortable boat for two with bunks available if you find yourself with company.
On the bridge there is seating for 8 with a new tonneau cover in 2018. Teak refinished also in 2018. Down below the galley is outfitted with a 3 burner hillerange princess propane stove with a working oven that has had plenty of use and is still going strong. The galley has a large overhead bomar hatch and two opening hatches above the counters as well. The two 10lb propane bottles are stored in a vented cockpit locker. Although it has a Norcold TEK II dual electrtic frig, it gets little use with us as we prefer an anchorage to a slip. The V-Birth is large with a hatch overhead that lets in the ocean breeze; sleeping has never been a problem on the Emma Lee. To starboard, aft of the v-berth, is a hanging locker. Aft is a fresh water vacu flush sealand toilet with separate shower stall. Main salon has a settee to port with good storage underneath. The 6'4"settee converts to a double bunk. There are five opening windows with screens, helm to starboard with folding taylor seat. Main salon sole is teak and holly plywood.
Propelled by a 3208TA CAT, with 4100 hours, twin disk 507 series transmission with two new hydraulic hoses. Dahl water seperator filterthis boat has always been dependable and brought us safely back to homeport. in 2017 a new oil pan and gasket installed, rear main seal ,new transmission lines, 8 new fuel injectors . Worked performed by local cat dealer. She will cruise comfortably at 13 to 14 knots, with a top speed of 19 kts. The transom is large, with a door that makes swimming easily accessible and St. Croix Model 350 Removable Davit System. Mercury 8" roll up inflatable. She has 3 steering stations - the lower helm has a Furuno GP 35 GPS, a Raymarine C120 Multi-function 12" display, Radar, Chart Plotter, and Depth Finder. New jabsco search lightin 2019. The cockpit station has a Furuno color depth display, and all 3 stations have a Simrad auto-pilot display.
For those looking for a vessel that is great for both day trips and longer stays, the Wilbur is one you should see. All paperwork and mauals and 1987 invoice on boat and cat diesel from Wilbur Yachts.
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