10 watt Solar Panel, voltage regulator, two 32 Amp-Hr gel cell batteries.
Garelick 71091 outboard motor mount with very robust installation. Will support a much larger motor
Cockpit converts to double berth for sleeping outside on pleasant nights
Forward berth converts from two singles to a very large double.
8' Bimini top with storage cover
Coleman two-burner propane stove
PopTop over galley area
I bought the Sandpiper 32 in 1979 with an unfinished interior. The cabin was done with heartwood from local old growth long leaf pine (Pinus palustris), local red bay (Persea borbonia), commercial western red cedar and commercial redwood. The anchor roller was turned from rock hard pasture live oak.
The sails are original. The sailcloth is still fine but the sail covers and stitching need some TLC.
The boat is very easy to singlehand with everything except anchor handling done from the cockpit.
The boat is in very good shape though showing some signs of age and the effects of the Florida sun as is her owner.
Also available are:
Two Axle Trailer with contour bunks for the Sandpiper and four new ($238 ea.!) tires. I have pulled the boat behind a standard pickup truck (Ford F150) on fairly level roads but it really requires something like a Ford F250 for hills, highways or significant distances. - $1,000
Junk rig foresail - $800
Mooring (two 35 lb. folding fishermen anchors, a 35 lb. CQR plow, 80 feet of 3/16" hot dipped galvanized chain, 18' of 3/8" hot dipped galvanized chain, seven lead plates weighing 38 lb. each, assorted swivels and shackles and a mooring ball. - Free for the effort of raising it.