designed by Ian Proctor. It's got quite the following in some places, and the boat has been used for Olympic competition over the years. She's a real beauty with all sorts of sexy lines, and in the right hands I'm told she can be a real hot rod.
My boat is not anywhere near the condition that it could/should be; she needs to be looked over and put on the water! The hull is in great shape, as is the mast. I'm sure she's missing some parts, but I have no idea what they might be...I have not delved into it to find out. The Tempest has a fixed keel, with a draft of approximately 30' - 36' (I'm guessing here), and the tongue on the trailer extends approximately 8' - 10' feet to allow easy launching from a boat ramp.
The boat is in storage now, but has sat uncovered for a while, and needs to be cleaned.
Trailer: The tires on the trailer were replaced last summer, and the trailer pulled to the storage area - and that's it. They MIGHT have 5 miles on them. Also, the trailer lights/wiring is new from last summer as well. I have a clean title for the trailer, and here in Colorado, boats are not titled.
My International Tempest has sold! Thanks so much for the great listing you posted on my behalf; the exposure your website provides helped me to sell it in no time at all.
Again, thanks for all your help!