Fresh water boat
Exterior: This boat has been totally redone in the past 2 years. Hull and
deck were separated, a new rub rail was installed and then hull and deck
joint was re-sealed (performed by professional boat repair shop). The hull
has been stripped from the rub rail to the bottom of the keel. The hull was
sealed with 5 coats of West System Epoxy, covered by 3 coats of Interprotect
2000 and finished with VC17 below the waterline and Sapphire Blue Interlux
Topside above the waterline. The deck was stripped, repaired and painted
with Ivory Awlgrip. All winches have been serviced and rebedded using 3M -
Interior: The interior of the boat has been stripped and painted with white
Interlux and looks very fresh and inviting. All new teak bulkheads
installed. New custom floor installed. All interior cushions are new high
density 4" foam covered with sunbrella fabric (Expensive but durable and
worth it). All electrical was stripped from the boat and all new marine
grade electrical has been installed including, Perko 2 Battery Switch, 2 new
panels, Sony Explode CD/AM/FM with speakers in and out, new cabin lighting,
new VHF Radio, all new deck connectors for mast wiring fittings, shore power
to an intelligent marine charger and solar panel backup (I may be forgetting
some things but you get the idea), new holding tank (2004) for fixed marine
Sail Inventory: There are a number of sails included with the boat all cut
for Harken Furler.
2 Mains - 1 Cruising (Dacron - Good), 1 Racing (Dacron - New 2004 - Very
2 #1 Genoas - 1 Cruising (Dacron - Good), 1 Racing (Mylar with Kevlar
strand - New 2005 - Very Good)
2 #2 Genoas - Mylar - Average
1 #3 Genoa - Dacron - Serviceable
All spinnaker gear included but no spinnaker.
Sunbrella Main Sail Cover, anchor with rode, all safety gear, new bulk head
compass, lifejackets etc.
This boat has surprisingly great performance in all conditions. We race the
boat at club events every week and finished 2nd overall - 2005 season -
losing overall to a J-24 by one race, but beating many larger boats not just
on corrected time but boat for boat. Our club fleet is made up of 2 - C&C
27's, Tartan Ten, C&C 32, Mirage 24, 2 CS 27's, Northern 1/4 Ton (not ours),
We raced in every weekend regatta in Southern Lake Ontario in 2005 and had
numerous top 3 finishes including a 3rd Place at Youngstown, NY.
Lastly, our boat is comfortable for the cruiser. We cruised to 5 different
locations this summer for 4-5 days at a time.
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