The comfortable interior, complete with a built-in beer keg for home-brewer Mark.
The business-like helm station in the pilothouse.
Winnie the Pooh is the ultimate example of a sailboat-to-trawler conversion you'll ever see. Here's how Mark Richter, designer, builder and, until recently, owner, describes the boat: Winnie the Pooh is an efficiency trawler a sailor can love. Great Live-aboard; perfect for ICW, Bahamas or the Great Loop. Simple, roomy, comfortable, unique, unsinkable, economical, in excellent condition. A Charley Morgan design, the Heritage West Indies 46 was built 1978 in Clearwater, FL. We completely rebuilt him from the keel up in 1997. 80hp John Deere, cruises 7.5 kts @1.5 gph. Workshop fwd, A/C queen stateroom aft, propane cooking and heat. Comfy, roomy pilothouse. Dims 46’ x 15’ x 4.6’ draft. Displacement 36,000 lbs.
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