Harmonica (a pre-loved vessel) is a
1979 44ft Kelly Peterson.
Dsiplacement 30,000 pounds
Beam 12 ft 10in.
Centre cockpit, fibreglass hull.
Sloop rig altered to cutter with the addition of inner stay and staysail.
3/4 keel and skeg mounted rudder
She has double cabins fore and aft, and galley

Current sail inventory:

Westerbeke W60 4 cylinder diesel
400 litres of diesel giving a maximum range of 800 miles at 1200 rpm in a flat sea

17 inch feathering MaxProp

Wheel string with cables
"Otto" the auto-pilot using Alpha mechanical ram, and Comnav 1420 electronics
"Sally" The Sailomat wind vane

Approx 450 Litres of water in stainless steel tanks
We are installing a water maker from Wolf Watermakers at the time of writing

Navigation is all done by GPS units although we carry a sextant in order to keep the brain from going idle on one sultry afternoon each year.

Communication is by HF radio (VHF for local boats)
Call signs:

HAM and marine radio nets keep us in contact with local, and distant cruising boats as well as weather information.
E-mail is retrieved almost every day. It must be text only (no attached files). We use pactor III on the HF radio and an SCS Ptc2e. This provides 100 to 2000 baud transfer rates depending on the time of day and the conditions in the ionoshpere.
We subscribe to both winlink and sailmail e-mail systems. These systems also provide weather data via "grib files" and WEFAX .gif files.