ComPac 19 III, 1994, Corvallis, Oregon, $9,000, price reduced 8/29/09 to $8,550, ad expired

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1994 ComPac 19 III

  • Excellent Condition
  • Length Over All: 20 ft
  • LWL: 16 ft 4 in
  • Beam: 7 ft
  • Draft: 2 ft
  • Displacement: 2,000 lbs
  • Ballast: 800 lbs
  • Mast Ht above waterline: 25 ft
  • Designer: Bob Johnson

    Hull: Hull in excellent condition. Absolutely no blisters and no below the water thru hull fittings.

    Sails and rigging: Main and jib, both original and in very good condition. No rips or tears. 150% Genoa by Sobstad purchased in 1998 and in excellent condition. All halyards in very good condition. Three single-speed Lewmar winches two on each port, one on mast. Winch handle. Boom vang. Jib pole. Blue Sunbrella sail cover and matching tiller cover; new mast purchased in 2001 (original damaged by overhead obstruction). Holley and teak tiller handle.

    Electrical: Mast light (new 2001), standard red/green navigation lights on bow and stern, top mast light, interior light. UNIDEN MC1020 marine radio with antenna on mast. Through-deck electrical connector (new 2001). Optima Gel deep cycle marine battery (new in 2001).

    Exterior: Self bailing 6 ft 8 in cockpit; four bronze opening ports; large cockpit storage access; stern swim ladder; stainless steel bow and stern pulpits (stern pulpit has minor ding from another boat. Cosmetic only and does not affect pulpit strength or deck.) Teak hand rails, companion hatch lid and hatch board guides and brass lock; lifeline supported by stainless steel stanchions. Compass (Plastimo); deck cushions (comfortable and nice fabric!); 4 fenders and dock lines; 8 lb Danforth anchor with chain and rhode on bow; second 8 lb Danforth with chain and rhode in locker. Home-made bimini top; solar vent in hatch.

    Interior: Standard CP19 MK III layout (two 6 ft 4 in quarter berths, V berth is also 6 ft 3 in). V berth and quarter berth cushions are clean and in good condition; storage under the V berth; porta-potty (stows under companion way); Kiddie dry chemical fire extinguisher; original ComPac 19 owner's manual.

    This boat is in great shape. I purchased the boat in June 2000 in the Houston area. I continued to sail around the Texas Gulf Coast until 2002 when we moved to Oregon. We sailed for three years in a freshwater reservoir.

    Motor: Honda 4-cycle engine. 5 HP with low hours and runs great. Prop in great shape. Vented 5 gallon tank (fits under rear seat) with fuel gauge and priming pump.

    Trailer: Galvanized trailer in very good condition; bearing buddies; new tires; spare tire; 2 tie-down straps.

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