She's a sweet little boat, very solid and in excellent condition that has only been sailed in fresh water.
A New England Classic designed by N.G. Herreshoff. Built stiff and heavy for the short, choppy seas of Buzzards Bay.
Length: 15 ft. 8.5 in.
Draft: 2 ft. 5 in.
Displacement: 1350 lbs.
Hull # 566.
Original owner sailed her one, maybe two seasons and then she was stored for about 38 years in a barn. She has been sailed very little for the last 3 seasons.
Except for some moderate fading, deck gelcoat is in excellent condition for age. Topsides are in very good condition except for some mild staining from being moored.
Nice size cockpit that will comfortably accommodate 4 adults yet can be easily single handed with self tending jib. Cockpit gel coat is in very good condition and the cockpit and cabin are clean and bright.
Teak is in very good shape, but could be refinished.
New bottom paint and boot stripe.
Original Thurston Sails in very good condition. Four seasons use. Original spinnaker which has never been used. Spinnaker halyard and sheets, but no pole or blocks on stern.
Spars are straight and in very good condition. No oxidation. New standing rigging. New main halyard. Remaining running rig in good condition.
Includes bronze motor mount, mooring lines, danforth anchor with rode, paddle, and boat hook.
1967 Seagull short shaft OB with original shipping crate from Abercrombie & Finch. Recently tuned and used lightly.
Trailer is in excellent condition. Custom built with new: axle, springs and hardware, hubs and bearings, bearing buddies, wheels (6 ply load C), lights, roller jack, spare tire, coupler, chain and paint.
David, I've sold my Bullseye and received what I asked for.
Rochester, New York