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1960 Bullseye #460
The Bullseye is an elegant day sailor. The Bullseye's hull is the same
as the Herreshoff 12 1/2 design; the mast is a Marconi rig which handles
stronger winds than the H 12 1/2's gaff rig. Full keel. Trailer-able.
Great for 4 or 5 adults; or for beginning sailors, especially younger
sailors. Single handles nicely, esp. when using a self-tending jib
'boom'. The full keel provides a steady, stable ride, yet the hull's
excellent design offers responsiveness. Raced in fleets on the East
Coast, esp. Florida and Massachusetts. A beautiful boat to sail and to
be seen aboard!
Beam 5' 10"
LOA 15' 8.5"
Waterline length 12' 6.75"
Draft 2' 5"
Lead Keel weight 750 lbs.
Displacement 1,350 lbs.
Sail area 140 sq. ft.
Bullseye #460 is sturdy, finely-crafted and well-maintained boat, made
by Cape Cod Shipbuilding in 1960. Completely rehab'ed in 2004: painted
deck, topsides and cockpit; brightwork done on teak
seats/coamings/trim/lazerette-door/tiller; installed new teak toe rails;
new halyards; polished the mast; reset cleats and jib guides with new
backings; and installed lights on starboard/port/stern for night
sailing. Hull painted in 2008. Mast and boom - excellent condition.
Main, jib and genoa – good condition. Original motor-mount on transom is
Trailer is sold separately.
My Bullseye #460 sold last week. An old minister, about to retire, had
been watching its' for sale ad on the Bullseye Assoc. website. He got a
good buy! I shaved just $200 off asking price. He'll care for the boat
as well as I could. So, I'm happy.
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