Excellent condition overall. I have stripped off all of the old varnish and it's ready to be re-finished the way you want. I've also removed most of the old bottom paint, just a few spots to clean-up. This is not a fixer upper project. The boat is ready to sail now.
Stainless steel adjustable motor mount
Stainless steel bow pulpit
Solid mahogany rudder, laminated tiller
Main sail with reef point, and jib are both clean and crisp with sail bag
Windex wind vane
Fabric-covered cabin cushions
Running lights and foredeck light
110 volt 30 amp shore power connection
12 volt deep-cycle battery with breaker panel
Cabin interior light
12 volt automatic bilge pump
Anchor and line
Compass; bulkhead mounted
Two 1-1/2 inch cockpit drains
Mast carrier for trailering
Boarding ladder, 3 fenders, 2 life jackets
Running rigging; Rope-to-Wire Halyards, Topping Lift, Main Sheet, Jib Sheets
Stainless Steel standing rigging
Complete Reefing Gear
3 Cockpit Lockers
This boat has been rarely sailed due to time constraints, although it has been well cared for.
Montgomery 17's have crossed the Pacific, cruised the Caribbean, sailed from California to Hawaii and from Cape Hatteras to San Diego via the Panama Canal, and sailed the length of the Mississippi. Many others have crossed the Sea of Cortez and have made countless trips to Catalina and the Channel Islands.
Length: 17' 2"
Beam: 7' 4"
Weight: 1,600 lbs.
Ballast: 600 lbs. all lead
Draft: 3' 6" board down
Draft: 1' 9" board up
Sail area: (100% foretriangle) 154 sq. ft.
LWL: 15' 10"
Disp/length ratio: 225
No. of bunks: four
Johnson 4hp outboard motor with two fuel tanks
Galvanized steel Pacific trailer with DOT lights, spare tire, jack, winch, keel guide, rollers and tongue extension
Thanks David. I have cash in hand and only waiting for the buyer to pick up the boat.
All the best,