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Willard Custom LRC Trawler


Rare, high quality built, economical Long Range Cruiser (LRC). Yes, she does make it to Hawaii with fuel to spare! "Kimberly Anne" is powered by a 4-71 single Detroit engine with a huge 1400 gals fuel capacity. She has an extensive stabilizing system for rough water. This is a well cared for, veteran Mexico to Alaska cruiser and would be a very expensive vessel to build/duplicate today. She has very spacious aft and side decks for great outside living space.  A 2-stateroom vessel, fully equipped and ready to cruise! Lots of recent upgrades, she's a stunning boat with new hull paint and much more. THIS INCREDIBLE CRUISING LRC NOW $149,000.

  • Price: $149,000
  • Model Year:1983
  • Boat Ref: 5427084
  • Boat Class: Trawlers
  • Location: Olympia WA, United States
  • Broker: Kurt Kingman CPYB
  • Broker Email: kurtkingman@gmail.com
  • Broker Phone: 1-360-791-5333

Additional Contact Information

Kurt Kingman - 360-791-5333, kurt@nwyachtnet.com

  • Construction: GRP
  • Length: 40 ft
  • Beam: 13' 6"
  • Displacement: 50000 lbs
  • Min Draft:5' 6"
  • Ballast: 8000 lbs
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine(s) Make: Detroit
  • Engine Model: 471
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Engine Hours: 6,417
  • Fuel: 1 x 1310 gallons
  • Water: 1 x 300 gallons
  • Holding: 1 x 90 gallons


Enter through a protected watertight door amidships on starboard side.  Below and aft of entry is master stateroom with single berths on each side, hanging locker, under bunk and side wall storage, washer/dryer combo accessed by spiral stair. Cabin sides are insulated with 7" of foam and top 5" of foam. 

Main pilothouse cabin has head on port side with S/S sink, mirror, power vent in stand-alone shower. Marine fresh water flush head located directly over the holding tank, no hoses. 

Ships galley is starboard with S/S single deep sink and 14" back splash. Ample cabinet and drawer storage fully equipped with all utensils and dishes. Drawer and under seat lighted pantry/storage for ships provisions, pots and pans included. Galley has a 'pass thru' allowing watch while underway. Custom Sea Breeze refrigerator/freezer with S/S paneled doors. Compressor located above inside covered deck box for max efficiency. LPG 3 burner stove/oven with electric shutoff for 2 LPG tanks located in boat deck vented locker outside overhead. Microwave is a Kenmore combo microwave/pizza (cookie) oven located over the S/S vent hood with exhaust fan and LED lighting.

The helm station and navigation equipment are located forward of a built in table accommodating three adults with a starboard side settee for company.  Ample windows and overhead ports throughout the cabin for visibility including grab rails strategically located throughout for stability while underway. 

Further forward and below is located a high low v-berth with emergency equipment, storm panel, parachute sea anchor, life jacket, survival suit and misc. survival gear stored under the port bunk. This area also contains the ships radio/computer station, electrical cabinets, inverter/charger, and hanging storage.

The main cabin is heated and cooled by a Cruise Air reverse cycle unit while 110 v AC is available and an Alaskan Diesel cabin heater with hot water coil for heat using the DC electrical system.


Detroit Diesel 471, 118 hp non-turbo, two cycle with front mounted PTO

Gear Borg Warner CR2 reduction gear capitol HE1010/2.5:1

Wheel Bronze four blade 32 x 28

Cruising speed 7-8 knots @ 1450rpm - burn rate 3 gph - range 374 hours plus 20% reserve

Electronics and Navigation

Three GPS units equally divide duty to all equipment requiring GPS data so as not to overload any one GPS system. Each primary navigation system- (radar, auto pilot, radio, depth, navigation display, compass) have a second backup system. The ship is equipped with an AIS transmitter/receiver transponder, fire and flood alarms. Color TV guards the engine room while underway, along with an automatic array of engine, generator alarms. Simrad weather FAX tied into a Kenwood SSB, ACR 406 EPIRB with GPS updating, Mitsubishi satellite telephone, Davis weather station,automatic fog horn and air horn compliment safety equipment. Two forward mast mounted 500 watt flood lights and a remote search light located on the top boat deck and mast.

Instruments and Navigation Equipment:

Ritchie 3" compass

Ritche 5" pedestal mount compass (not installed)

KVH 1000 electronic compass

Hand bearing compass - Sestrel antique

Nobeltec navigation software with 3D plus Tides and Currents

Dell desktop Insperon navigation computer with touch pad

Toshiba 19" combination TV/DVD navigation display

Echotec video C_map plotter with 21 navigation area cartridges

Comnav 1001 autopilot

Comnav 1420 autopilot

Furuno M1731 - 24 mile radar

Furuno 1930 - 36 mile open array radar

Furuno FCV-668 color video depth sounder

HawkEye digital depth sounder

CruzPro sea water temperature

Davis Mark 25 Sextant

Speedtech electronic barometer

Color video engine room monitor

Mathers electronic engine controls with remote

2- automatic fog horns (one air horn, one electronic through radio)


Camino - 101 Class B AIS transponder (send/receive)

Garmin GPS 108

Garmin GPS 126/108

Garmin GPS 17

RCI 2950 multi band transceiver

Kenwood single sideband

Icom M604 VHF

Standard Horizon VHF

KVH Sat phone

Simrad weather FAX

Digital dual band cell phone amplifier

Philips UHF/VHF television antenna

Standard Horizon 40w exterior hailer speaker

Pioneer AM/FM/DVD tuner player


Electrical System

Outback inverter/charger with temperature smart charging technology utilizing a cabin mounted monitor for convenience. Twelve hundred hour house bank consisting of twelve DYNO deep cycle golf cart batteries, separate engine and generator start batteries all under the control of the Outback inverter/charger and Ample Power Automatic V-3 Alternator Regulator. The system is further enhanced with an 8KW Kohler gen set with water lift muffler and a 100 amp cruising alternator

Xantrek battery bank monitor

Outback Inverter/Charge with Flex Net system

Electro Guard cathode zinc protectionsystem

"Wonder Bar" under water bronze ground plate

Bonding system

12 Dyno deep cycle 6 volt golf cart battery bank - 12 volts DC/1200 amp Hour

Ample Power V3 Smart electronic automatic voltage regulator

Guest 50A Galvanic Isolator

Deck and Hull Equipment

Hydraulic anchor windlass powered by an engine driven PTO pump which also will operate an emergency bilge pump.

Outrigger poles for a custom Paravane stabilizer system; hull mounted under water roll chocks, (Note: this system in combination with the Paravane system, reduces roll by as much as 60%)

Bruce main anchor 110# with 130 fathoms of rode plus 2 spare 150' rodes in tubes over the anchor chain locker. The working anchor is mounted on a custom S/S walking beam bow roller. There are 2 spare anchors, 66# and 44#, plus a folding aluminum high strength anchor and an additional parachute sea anchor.

Full complement of fenders, spare paravanes, ten 12" S/S cleats strategically located along the toe rail. Custom S/S steel chain mooring system with mooring float clip and shock cord attached to a bow mooring ring located under the main anchor to avoid snagging.

Safety Equipment

Numerous life jackets both self inflating and non inflating. Hand held and automatic Halon Fire extinguishers. Givens Life Raft (not current). Life Sling. Cabin mounted life rings. Signal flares and flare gun. Automatic distress signal equipped Radios. GPS EPIRB, automatically water activated. AIS system. Two immersion suits. Survival bag containing hand operated water maker and food packs. Paper charts covering most world areas. Sextant. Numerous navigation and boating books and digests along with a full complement of engine and equipment manuals and a complete engine room inventory of tools, spare parts and fluids.

Safety and Survival Equipment:

2 - adult survival suits

2 - adult cold weather inflatable flotation jackets

5 - standard life jackets

2 - suspender inflatable life jackets

1 - inflatable life raft

Life Sling

EPIRB 406 Mhz

ParaTech parachute sea anchor

Packaged Survival Sea Rations

Handheld water maker

Lensref Radar reflector

Storm window panels

Flare guns and flares/rockets

Fireboy carbon monoxide detectors

2 - Fireboy auto/manual Halon fire extinguishers

3- hand held Halon fire extinguishers

SeaFire 500 electronic Fire/Flood/engine protection and warning system

2 - auto/manual 12v DC bilge pumps

1 - hydraulic operated bilge pump

Whale gusher manual bilge pump on aft deck

2 - Search lights one remotely operated one hand held

Water maker


Miscellaneous Equipment & Tankage

Fuel - 6 tanks, 2 Iron and 4 S/S totaling 1310 gallons plus a 90 gallon dry tank

Water - 3 tanks S/S/ totaling 300 gallons

Holding - 1 tank 90 gallons

Cruise Air heat pump

Alaskan diesel cabin heater with hot water loop

Red Dot heater in aft cabin

Portable helm seat main cabin steering station

Microwave/Pizza oven

Electric timer controlled engine block heater

3 - West Marine 110v AC cabin heaters

BAHA fuel filter funnel

Dripless shaft bearing

Splendid washer/dryer

Slpenglow red/white cabin lights throughout

Spare set of paravanes

Hydraulic windless

Custom bow anchor roller

Reverso oil change system for generator and engine

Separate engine and generator starting batteries

Engine room vise, tools/tool box and work bench

Dive air compressor with regulator and hose AC/DC

Air Horn

Quartz exterior flood lights

2 propane tanks

Propane grill

Spare set injectors

Spare engine starter

Spare head macerator

Spare generator parts

Spare fuses, lamps, turning blocks

Paper charts and chart books for practically the entire world

Navigation tools, scales, calculators

File cabinet containing all documents, equipment specs, system schematic diagrams

Several polished brass marine clocks located throughout the cabin

S/S chain and mooring float gear

Exclusions- Portrait in main cabin and sellers personal effects



  • Depthsounder
  • Navigation center
  • Autopilot
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • VHF
  • Radar
  • TV set
  • DVD player
  • Radio

Inside Equipment

  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Battery charger
  • Air compressor
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Washing machine
  • Oven
  • Microwave oven
  • Marine head
  • Refrigerator
  • Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment

  • Shore power inlet
  • Generator
  • Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Tender
  • Liferaft


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.