Dorothy Anna - 19' Western Way SOLD
Dorothy Anna is a 19' Western Way built by Cranberry Island Boat Yard in Maine. She has a 2' hull extension and is outfitted with a 115 hp four stroke Yamaha outboard. She has been yard maintained for a meticulous owner and is now available in like new condition.
Engine: Yamaha Outboard 4 stroke H/P: 115Hours: 220Fuel: Gas
Year Built: 2005LOA: 19' 6"Draft: 1'Beam: 7' 2"
Fuel Tanks: 1 (40 Gallons)
Western Way 19 Center Console Launched June 2005 Specs
Builder: Cranberry Island Boat Yard
Designer: David Stainton
The Western Way 19 is a handsome, able and fast boat combining traditional downeast styling with innovative modern bottom lines. On a plane she is a lively performer, yet she handles exceptionally well at low speeds, unlike typical deep-vee models. She is the development of a smaller craft, which has shown exceptional rough water ability and is in regular use as a towboat for much larger vessels and as a year-round all weather fast commuter.
The Western Way 19 is constructed of solid fiberglass with an interior grid to provide strength and stiffness to handle any weather. Full foam floatation is installed under the cockpit deck and in other void spaces to insure safety. The cockpit deck is self-draining through transom scuppers.
The Western Way 19 has a traditional look but a sophisticated variable-deadrise bottom that includes reversed chines, one planing strake on each side, a fine bow entry, and an 8-foot planing pad from the transom forward. Laid up with modern composite materials, she combines strength and stability with fine woodwork
Price $29,000 SOLD
LocationME, United States
Contact Atlantic Boat Brokerage for more information about Dorothy Anna.