S2 7.9 Grand Slam Centerboard Racer Cruiser, Hull #222, 1983,
Length-26 foot shoal draft (centerboard) with trailer
Draft- 18" up, 5' board down
Displacement- approx. 4400lbs.
Old dacron cruising main & #1
Good Haarstick dacron #3
Late 90s Haarstick racing TR mainsail(mylar/dacron/2 reefs/full batten);
153%TR genoa(mylar), nylon TR spinnaker and older recut asymmetric for cruising
Stormsail w pendant
Trailer: "Drydock" galvanized double axel bunk-style trailer
New tires and wheels
Wheel bearing protectors with grease fittings (all wheels)
Bunks replaced 2 years ago with treated 2 X 6's and carpet
Solid boomvang (Hall's Quick vang)
Harken mainsheet and traveler system
Primary winches: Harken #30 self tailing
Secondary: Harken #16 self tailing
Spinlock rope clutches
Mast stepping setup, can be stepped on the trailer or in the water (possible to do solo, better with 2 people)
Dark blue corduroy settee and V-berth cushions in very good shape
Head has custom tool drawers and Jabsco marine toilet with new 14 gallon holding tank and lines (tank under V-berth with deck mounted pumpout fitting).
Removable dining table, can be used in cockpit or salon
Canvas side-wall pocket storage system and window curtains
Additional canvas pocket systems throughout the boat, all where you need them! Got on a sewing kick last year.
Solar vent in main cabin and fixed vent in head
'08 Tohatsu 6HP 25" shaft, manual start with charging system for the house battery
3 gallon external gas tank
I purchased this boat with a problematic BMW 7hp inboard and after the first season pulled it and went to an outboard. All fiberglass work inside and out professionally done.
SR Mariner SK-5 speedo (solar/battery)-port bulkhead
Contest bulkhead compass- starboard
KVH Sailcomp electronic racing compass - mast mounted with stbd bulkhead controller
Replaced original forward hatch with a Lewmar Ocean Series
JBL CD/FM player with JBL cockpit speakers
West Marine VHF radio
2 anchors: fortress and danforth
mainsail & tiller covers
self steering setup, enables steering from anywhere on the boat, not a dependable autopilot system but great if you're solo and have to move around
PVC frame for winter storage, I use a 20' X 30' tarp with it
This has been a most enjoyable boat to own, fast to sail and plenty of space to accommodate our cursing interests. With the lift keel and hinged rudder you can brave the skinny waters of a quiet anchorage at night and sail in 20+ knots of wind the next day. S2 did a great job with these boats.