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Hurricane Deck, US 7606
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197? Plan Peterson #023

1975 Pacific Ocean Racing Conference (PORC): 1er/?? Overall
Picture from Peterson website,

1976 Ahmanson Series: 3e/?? Overall
Pacific Ocean Racing Conference (PORC): 4e/?? Overall

1975 Pacific Ocean Racing Conference (PORC): 1er/?? Overall

Photo by Doug Facebook 2021,

Picture from Facebook 2022,

1981 Sold

Comment from Facebook 2022 "From there, David started sailing with Morrie Kirk aboard his two-toner Hurricane Deck in many of the Mexico races and always skippered the boat back. While sailing on Hurricane Deck, he met Dick Deaver and teamed up with him. “Dick would always invite me on the different racing programs if I would deliver the boat back,

Late 1980 New owner Will Philips
Comment from Facebook 2022 "Boat was bought by Will Philips late 80’s early 90’s. The previous owner had blown his brains out on the boat. Steve Grillon, Jeff Thorpe and I spent a year or two kicking it around the course."

Same boat??

Willpower, US 7606

2022 February, For Sale "Willpower" is a 42 foot “One of a Kind” Peterson design 1982. In 2006, a complete major refit was commissioned, including an open transom, dual helms, new tracks, and so much more by Dencho Marine of Southern California. The hull has a fiberglass foam core. She can be a marvelous club racer or a stylish cruiser with all the creature comforts for extended trips. "Willpower" has numerous race wins including being a Newport to Ensenada race winner. Enlarged hard Dodger designed and installed in 2020. New bottom paint, New cutlass bearing & PSS  log & more done Jan. 2022. €66.126 (US$74.900) lying Ventura, California, USA, LOA 12.8 m, Breadth 3.66 m, Draft 2.06 m




Comments from Facebook
"Hurricane Deck was a much earlier Peterson design. Willpower, IIRC, was among the last masthead IOR boats.. those 2 boats are different generations…"
"Can’t be Hurricane Deck unless they added a couple of feet, changed the stern, and did some time-travel. HD was a 1976 or 1977 design IIRC, same vintage as dogpatch. my bet it’s one of the later Choate-built 42s (Geronimo, Mini-x-press, etc)"