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|Model||Joel White Ketch|
|Class||Antique and Classic|
|Offered By||Artisan Boatworks Inc.|
ALISANDE was designed by Joel White and built by Brooklin Boatyard in 1981, based on the William Hand designed FUNDULUS as described in Roger Taylor’s “Good Boats”
A small yet capable ocean or coastal cruiser, a sistership was sailed to Pacific Islands and back by her owner with his wife and 2 small children.
Exceptionally well balanced, ALISANDE will sail herself on any point of sail in anything over five knots of wind – rendering her Autohelm 4000 superfluous in all but a flat calm. All sails have been replaced in the past 8 years, and the Yanmar 3YGM was newly installed 2019.
ALISANDE is a salty, well built, comfortable cruising boat – relatively easy to maintain and promising her next owner many years of reliable service.
Please email for copies of several articles written about the boat, as well as a recent survey that attests to her excellent condition.
|Length at Waterline||9.45m|
|Fresh Water Tank|