Swing Up Keel (this keel will bounce up if you hit something, it's great
for lakes and shallow, uncharted areas.)
Kick up rudder (again will bounce up if you hit something, it's great for
lakes and shallow, uncharted areas.)
Boat has Water Ballast for easy trailering (boat easily towed with a V6
4 sails included: Main, 100% Jib, 130% Genoa, Spinnaker (all sails in great
shape, no tears or patches, still lots of life).
Main Sail Cover
All rigging you need including Spinnaker pole, telescoping Jib pole, boom
vangs, main sheet, extra halyards for spinnaker, etc.
Porta Potty inside of enclosed head.
Batteries (6 x 40amphr) Hawker Energy Sealed Maintenance Free (set up on
two 120amphr strings)
Full set of Nav lights (nav, anchor, steam, deck).
Full set of cushions, all cushions (interior and cockpit) still in good
Aft Queen size master berth
Forward V berth
Pop top (extends main salon headroom to over 6', must have feature).
Pot top dodger cover (leave the pop top up at night in the rain with no
Cockpit Bimini (block that brutal sun).
Stern Swim ladder
Macgregor Trailer, buddy bearing axles, spare tire, standard lights hook up
(ready for road).
1995 Tohatsu 5hp long shaft outboard (this engine has never left me
stranded and has never failed to start).
2gal Fuel tank.
Custom Made Teak(real teak) Cabinets with pivoting table top that hides
stove and accessories (one of a kind, very nice)
Custom Battery Box in starboard salon seat
Custom extra storage in port salon seat
AM/FM/CD player installed.
Simrad TP10 Autotiller
Onboard Dual String Battery Charger
750w Power Inverter
Custom Bow boarding ladder
2 Boat Bumpers
This boat is always stored in my yard on the trailer. It is mostly sailed
on Texas freshwater lakes but has made a couple of trips to Galveston Bay.
Most recent adventure on this boat was week of Mar 10th, 2008 for a Spring
Break sailing trip. Started in Kemah, Tx at top end of Galveston Bay, and
ended our trip at Moody Gardens in Offats Bayou. On this trip we made a 20
mile night transit down Houston Ship Channel (not recommended for the new
sailor). weathered a spring storm at anchor (excess of 50 knot winds).
Total we spent 5 days on this boat with family and guest (guest day sails
only). We couldn't have had this adventure without boat and equipment in
working order. This is just one of the many adventures we have had in this
boat. But alas, family is continuing to grow and we want a bigger boat.
Would love to find a good home for our trusty sailboat "Time Out".
I am happy to say that my boat is sold! I got the full asking price and
had almost a dozen interested parties (will add that 3 of them were
Internet Scammers! but by being informed I was able to weed them out pretty
easily.) Thank you so much for your service to the sailing community, we
are all very grateful.
Please place the "SOLD" notation on my boat ad as interested parties are
continuing to call.