Texas Tornado, Garland, Texas, asking $750, Sold

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  • Believed to be a 1960's model, this is boat number 54, a 16' 5" daysailer/racer, beam of 5'7".
  • Draft of 6", with board down it's 4'5".
  • Portsmouth handicap of 91 means it is very quick, with 160 sq ft of sail you'd expect that.
  • Most lines only 2 years old.
  • Sails in good shape and still starchy.
  • Weight of 425 pounds fully rigged.
  • Somewhat similar to a Coronado 16.
  • Some scratches on hull, some small hairline cracks in fibreglass.
  • Swing centerboard is designed similar to the Flying Scot or Thistle and is weighted.
  • Center mounted traveler and jib cleats.
  • Ok trailer.
  • Boat was never registered as it used to be that if you didn't have a motor, you didn't have to register the boat.
  • Area under seats is sealed for flotation, unsinkable and if you get water in it just drop the twin scupper boxes and sail it dry.
  • Rated for 3 adults.
  • Will include a few boat cushions and pfd's.
  • Trailer includes nice lock.
  • A great first sailboat gives you a chance to grow into it and can luff about for a lazy sail, or work the traveler, downhaul, out-haul, vang and jib lines for maximum performance.


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