Mast height: 35' 6"
Good looking, fun, and fast! Room in the cockpit for everybody!
Super boat for light air days! Moves easily with the slightest breeze. Sails
best "on her bottom", not heeled over! Lots of good looking teak trim.
Comfortable seating in the cockpit.
Black anodized mast and boom. Sails include Main 125 sq ft, 100% jib 151 sq ft on CDI FF6 roller furler, 150% genoa (laminated), spinnaker (and all necessary equipment to launch spinnaker) Sunbrella sail cover (blue). Adjustable backstay. Boom vang. Two headsail halyards on front of mast.
Equipment 2 Lewmar #7 winches on cabin top for halyards. 2 Lewmar #16 sheet
winches. 2 winch handles. 4 pockets for storing winch handles (oddly enough,
about the same size as a Corona bottle). 2 Corona openers, one forward, one
aft, mounted in cockpit. New Harken traveler. Danforth type anchor with
chain and 1/2" nylon rode, mushroom anchor with nylon rode. Sunbrella tiller
cover (blue). Porta-Potti. AM/FM/CD stereo radio. Size 27 marine battery
(2008). Telescoping boat hook. Boarding ladder. Manual bilge pump. At least
4 PFDs. Lifesling mounted on stern pulpit. Single lifelines with pelican
hooks. Sunbrella sheet bags (blue) port and starboard keep lines out of the
way while sailing. Cabin lights. Extra 12 volt outlet. New master electrical
panel. Carbon fiber "Giant Stick" tiller extension (1" diameter, weighs
nothing - best thing since sliced bread!) Extension ladder for boarding boat
while on trailer
Instruments Compass mounted on starboard bulkhead. Relative wind indicator
(Auto Helm/Raymarine ST30) on port bulkhead shows direction and speed of
wind in mph or knots. Speed indicator also on port bulkhead, but is not
connected and not believed to work) Combination LED navigation lighting on
masthead (port, starboard, aft, and 360 degree anchor light).
6 hp Tohatsu (2009) with extra long shaft and 5 amp alternator. 3
gallon fuel tank and Racor 10 micron filter in portside cockpit locker.
Double axle Magnum trailer with year old tires (2008). Bearing
buddies. Tongue extension for ramp launching. Two dock boxes mounted on
frame for keeping extra gear stowed. Trailer needs to be painted. Lights
work, license plate is current.
Boat is on the trailer with mast up. Takes about 10-15 minutes to get her in
the water. Then she's ready to go sailing!
willing to sell for less without motor, roller furler, or genoa or any combination of these