Traditional Downeast Flybridge
This 1987 Wilbur holds all the charm and classic lines of Maines downeast style boats. Built by Lee S. Wilbur, this weekender can be used for pleasure boating while satisfying the offshore needs of the most avid fisherman. Powered by a 1987 Caterpillar 3208TA, 375 HP FWC, this boat lives up to Wilburs reputation of reliability.
Built to last, this Downeast cruiser can comfortably accommodate a family of 4. Its large V birth comfortably sleeps two adults and the settee in the salon converts to bunk beds. The galley below is bright and airy thanks to two Bowmar ventilation hatches and numerous port and starboard portholes. All hatches and portholes have screens.
Cooking is made easy with a 3 burner seaward Hillerange LP gas stove with oven and emergency shutoff. A Norcold Tech II Dual electric refrigerator, solar powered fans, and stainless steel sink combined with the overall roominess down below makes this a boat owners dream.
The head is a new vacu-flush system/fresh water, stainless steel sink with single lever faucets, and a separate shower stall.
Engine room: gelcoated lighted engine space with flex-packed stuffing box.
Stainless steel shaft
200 gal fuel capacity (port and starboard aluminum tanks) with Racor fuel filters and a
Reverso oil change system for engine and gear oil.
Electronics: Ray Marine C120 radar/df/plotter with 12" disply. Furuno df/ff on cockpit station.
Simrad autopilot - all three stations (fly bridge, lower station, and cockpit helm)