new lenses, screens, seals for all ten ports(not yet installed)
new combing boxes 2009
mechanically and structurally sound, built like a tank
Yanmar 2QM20 Diesel, @4500 hours, runs perfect
Pressure water, water heater
Harken roller furling jib(uv cover needs to be restitched)
original mainsail, both in fair condition.
Sails like a dream!
Some deck crazing, water damage around the inside of the coachroof from leaky ports and hatches.
Sailed regularly, she just needs some TLC. Some interior wood is in need of replacement. Fortunately, none of this is structural, but rather interior veneer attached to the fiberglass for aesthetics. The port side hull to deck joint and toerail have been rebed and resealed. The old deck hatches are replaced. The traveler track was removed and rebed. The combing boxes were replaced. A couple of the ports still leak slighty, but I have the lenses, seals, and screens to replace all of them, they just need to be rebed.
I also have a full set of conbraco bronze seacocks w/ fittings to replace the old ball valves which I was going to install at the next haulout that will go with the boat if sold for asking price or near. She's about halfway through her restoration.
A sweet boat to sail, fast on a reach and beautiful to look at.
Hi David, the boat sold. Thanks for your help.
Lake Grapevine, Texas