design kit boat. It is the Full Weekender. The cabin is small 6' X 4' X 3 1/2' just enough for your gear. It has a drop keel. It comes with a brand new main & jib both white in color, a custom trailer, custom canvas cover, 3 life vests, 2 anchors , 5 dock bumpers. It has a small trolling motor that is built in under the rutter that needs to be replaced. The mast is cracked and needs to be replaced. I purchased her last August hoping to learn to sail, it was always my wifes dream. Shortly after she became very ill and we are unable to keep her. We purchased her from a consignment shop. They said we were the 2nd owners. The man & his wife built this boat, sailed it a few times and she passed away.It has very little water marks and was in fresh water. It was in storage for years ( that explains it wonderful condition). He lost his farm and liquidaded and thats how we found her. We found out what kind of boat she was by posting an ad on CL and Pete Stevenson himself wrote to tell me what we had. He also said she was featured in the 1981 issue of Popular Science magazine as a reader project. He said we might possible have the oldest & in best condition Weekender still in the water. He asked me to email new pics for a colmn called " Can you top this". She is in almost perfect condition in & out. Beautiful teak wood work . The man who built her really loved what he was doing. He paid great attention to detail and was very maticulous and it shows. We pull her easily with our subaru forester.