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1971 Wayfarer 16
These rugged little fiberglass daysailors have made epic voyages: from
Scotland across the North Sea to Iceland and to Norway, as well as up the
U.S. east coast and across to the Great Lakes. They have quite a
following especially in England and in Canada. They are still being
made, and there is an active association.
The hull is hard-chined which adds strength and stability. These boats
usually sell for around $3,000 to $4,000.
Draft board down: 3'10"
Weight: 365 lbs.
Sail area: Main, 95 sq. ft. Jib, 30 sq. ft.
Designer: Ian Proctor
First built: 1957
No. built: approx. 9000
The boat is complete with mast, boom, rudder, tiller, and three sails (2
Mains, 1 Jib)
trailer (new lights, bearings, tongue jack)
motor mount (but no motor)
two centerboards, one wood, one steel for extra stability
The cockpit seats six.
Two persons could theoretically sleep on the floor boards in the open
The boat will plane.
Storage compartments fore and aft. Aft compartment is missing the
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