The hull is in decent shape. I completed a sanding down of the hull's anti-fouling bottom paint and repainted the bottom with 3 coats of Interlux Micron CSC anti-foul (@ $170 / gal).
The interior is in fair condition. The old alchohol stove has been replaced with a gas marine stove and the boat is rigged for shore power.
The main sail & genoa are included (both of which appear to be in decent shape, judging from the fabric stiffness and the lack of wear on the clew & tack rings).
The chain plates are solid and the running and standing rigging have no visible or tangible fraying and appears to be in good condition.
The boat also has a CDI Flexible furler, the usual mix of floatation devices, Coast Guard required safety equipment, anchor, etc.
It comes with a 1994 Yamaha 9.9 hp ELHS high output 4-stroke engine which is in good condition and has just been services and the waterpump/impeller replaced. I have not started the engine but it appears to be in very good condition. It has been set up for remote throttle control from the cockpit with a Yamaha 703 remote unit (forward & reverse).
Onboard instruments include depth meter, compass, battery voltage meter & speed/distance tach.
The selling price includes the slip fees for the season at the Laurel Harbor Marina which transferable post approval by Marina management.