China Girl has just returned from a 6 month cruise of the Baja penninsula and completed 4 crossings of the Sea of Cortez down to Mazatlan before returning to her home base at Marina Seca en Las Playitas, a boatyard in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. Her hull is rock solid and she is ready to sail.
I am only asking $9000.00 for her in hopes that her time on land is brief.
I am selling her at this time because I have acquired another sailboat.
Specs and Equipment:
LOA 26ft 10 inches,
LWL 19ft 6 inches,
Beam 7ft 8.5 inches,
Draft 4ft 4 inches,
Sail area 384 sq ft,
displacement 6900 lbs,
ballast 2700 lbs,
mast 30 ft.
All new oversized standing rigging,new mainsail and 100%jib, also a 60% yankee, an assym. spinnaker and stormsail.
Bomb proof ground tackle w 100ft 3/8 3B chain, 3 way bridle, 3 anchors a Danforth, a Bruce and a 25lb CQR.
A manual windlass.
2 40 watt solar panels as well as an alternatto charge 2 12 volt batts.
A Raymarine 2000 autohelm,
a Hummingbird GPS Chart Plotter,
VHF w new cable/antenna,
Circuit breaker box and 2 fuse panels,
2 bilge pumps 1 manual, 1 electric
new running lights
Toilet consists of a bucket w a toilet seat.
vStove is a 2 burner Coleman using Propane
This is a cruising sailboat not intended for the marina way of life.
She has never dragged in a hard blow while at anchor in my 5 yrs of owning her nor did she through 4 hurricanes in Escondido before I owned her.