To win you need a good crew and keep the boat upright.
There is a learning curve. But once you are dialed in you probably will outpoint anything you have ever sailed on.
Almost new Schuur Technora 155, Blade, and Main; and .6 oz. Chute. New Mylar #2,
Older Kevlar Heavy #1, Light #1, #2, Blade, and Main; and two .6 oz. Chutes. (I quickly learned you have to sail with the good stuff to be competitive.)
New jib and spin sheets.
Well used but functional Veloctek.
Carbon Fiber Spinnaker pole and Forespar Aluminum Whisker Pole.
2.5 HP Yamaha on removable bracket.
Anchor and rode to satisfy the rules committee.
Good 4 wheel trailer with spare and dock box. It has a registration and a tag. Good rubber. Tows great although at 30' long it's a sizable package.
Rigging equipment for single point lift. Rigging equipment to raise and lower mast.
And the equipment list goes on and on
Trinidad SR Pro bottom paint burnished before launch Feb 2015. Boat has been wet sailed on Lake Pontchtrain. Diver cleaned on 3 month contract and before major races.
At PHRF 102, boat sails competitively with Megles 24s; beats some, loses to some. Boat owns J-80s. Sailed non spin New Orleans to Mandeville in May 2015. Won 20 miler by 14 minutes. Unheard of. Hey, don't blame me - good boat, good crew, good sails, and clean bottom.
I am selling because at 74 it's getting to be too much work. A trawler beckons.
The boat is now on the trailer in Diamondhead. That's on I-10 near Gulfport. Load the sails and outboard and it's ready to tow