Builder: Starboard Yachts, Stuart FL - These boats are known for good looks, above average quality, spaciousness and steady, stable sailing. Great boat for learning or weekending at a reasonable cost. Good for lake or coastal cruising.
Engine, inboard: Yanmar1GM10 (9HP) diesel, New filters, impeller, fuel and water lines
Prop: Bronze 12", 2 bladed, 1" shaft
Fuel tank: New 6 gal, Water tank, bladder: 20 gal.
Holding tank: New 6 gal w new macerator pump
Has tiller steering with tiller tamer now.W ill include wheel, binnacle/compass and cables.
Teak Bow sprint w anchor roller.
V berth forward, no cushions
Manual marine head, starboard
Hanging locker, port
Settee port & starboard, no cushions
Galley aft, port. Ice box, propane 2 burner stove, single sink w manual pump
Quarter berth aft, starboard
Port cockpit locker
8 stainless steel opening ports
Bulkhead mounted fold down table
New epoxy barrier coat (Interlux) on hull, and bottom paint. No blisters.
All new thru hulls and valves
New engine raw water intake cover and strainer
New boot top
1 new 12v Marine battery
Mostly all new wiring throughout boat
New elect panel and master switch.
New Standard Horizon VHF radio
New depth finder
1 roller furling jib, 1 hank on jib
1 mainsail, full batten & 1 reef
1 spinnaker w chute
2 Genoa winches & tracks
1 Halyard winch
Boat has one man mast raising system.
2 new elect bilge pumps
1 new Gusher manual bilge pump
1 Bruce anchor
Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits
SS boarding ladder
2005 24' Magic Tilt Aluminum w keel and bunk boards.
Tandem axle with surge brake
2 speed winch
I purchased this project boat about 2 years ago and have done a lot of work restoring it with the idea of day sailing and occasional overnights. Now I have a bigger boat for extended cruising and don't need this one. The boat is missing the centerboard (1/4" SS plate and I have the plans for it), but PO sailed without it. Clean and sound boat.