Equipment List

Hello World has been outfitted from the start to cruise long distances. She’s setup to spend weeks and months at a time away from the dock in safety and comfort. See the links below for more information on the specific types of installed equipment.

For a full list of equipment, see below:

Propulsion (read more here)

Tankage

  • Fresh Water – 2 tanks – 150 gallons total
  • Hot water tank – 6 gallons – works on shore power or running the engine
  • Diesel – 1 tank – 45 gallons
  • Holding tanks – 2 tanks – 5 gallons and 75 gallons

Sails and Rig (read more here)

  • Anodized Z-Spar aluminum mast and boom (mast overhauled in 2012)
  • Stainless 1×19 standing rigging (new 2012)
  • Running rigging (most replaced in 2012)
  • Rigid boom vang
  • Furling main (new 2009)
  • Furling 130 genoa (new 2009)
  • Furling staysail (new 2009)
  • Staysail furler can be stowed back by the mast to make tacking easier or to store the dinghy on the foredeck for passages
  • Track mounted whisker pole that stows on the mast (hardware new 2012, and by the way – this is a great way to mount a hammock)

Canvas (read more here)

On deck

  • Dinghy – Avon RIB (9 or 10’ long) with Danard Marine dinghy wheels
  • Dinghy davits
  • Outboard – 2003 Johnson 15hp 2 stroke with stern rail motor mount and lift crane
  • Cockpit shower with hot and cold fresh water, swim step, and fold-down swim ladder
  • Stereo speakers in cockpit and below decks
  • Lunasea tricolor/anchor light with photovoltaic sensitive switch
  • LED cockpit light

Ground Tackle (read more here)

Navigation and Instruments (read more here)

Electrical (read more here)

Safety

Inside equipment (read more here)

Other

Not included

In order to give you as much information as possible, we’ve included as many photos as we can (plus we happen to think our boat is awfully pretty so we like looking at pictures of her). Some of the photos include equipment that has since been replaced or won’t be included with the sale. To the best of our recollection, here’s a list of equipment that shows up in some photos but won’t be included in the sale:

  • Diesel jerry cans (we now own a tractor so we’re still hauling diesel around)
  • Inflatable kayak
  • Stand up paddle boards (if you’re interested in these – let us know – we might be able to work something out)
  • Weather cloths – these were part of the old canvas enclosures that we replaced with the newer cockpit enclosure
  • Sky chair (you should totally get one of these, they are pretty great!)
  • Spinnaker
  • Crab trap and prawn trap
  • iPad mounted at the helm
  • Glaciers, humpback whales, beaches and sunsets. You’re on your own to go find that stuff. (But the searching is pretty fun!)