Located in dry dock in the San Juan Islands Washington State
Displacement 7400 lbs.
Ballast 2500 lbs. (lead)
Sail Area 389 Sqft.
Head room 5'11"
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New lifelines and stanchions
New quarter berth cushions
All running rigging at mast good condition, bail for spinaker, tangs for fixed or running backs. Downhaul for jib.
Johnson 6HP 4 stroke 20" shaft, just serviced runs perfectly has small built in tank, new 3 gallon auxilary. Approximately 12mpg at 4.5 knots pushes boat very well. New Motor mount.
Main with 2 sets of reef points heavily built and in good condition
High clew jib good condition
High clew staysdail good condition
12 volt system, with new smart cord multi stage battery charger. 2 group 31 battieries with batterie isolator. Hand held VHF.
Spars: Mast completely rebiult and painted. New bowsprit, new cranz iron, new gammon Iron. New 1/4 whisker stays, new dolphin striker. New boomkin, new Stern Anchor roller/boomkin plate. New boomkin stays and chainplates 1/4 wire. All upper standing Rigging New w/1/4 wire and open turnbuckles with stay Stay-lok fittings.
Head: Marine head, i.e. plastic bucket
Ground Tackle: New Rocna anchor 22lb anchor with 30' 5/16 G4 220' 1/2 3 strand. 7 lb Guardian aluminum Stern anchor with 200 1/2 3 strand. New samson posts with new bronze bases and new FC caps.
General condition and other notes:
This boat is in excellent condition, all her spars are in new condition.
Her taff rail is new as are main sheet padeys and ABI blocks.
This boat has a 6" reinforced bow from deck to lead ballast.
Deck joint has been completely fiberglassed in during construction.
This is one of the only FCs built this way and without a doubt the strongest FC ever built.
6x6 Laminated mahogany mast step.
Sookie has a brand new custom removable tiller from Mike Anderson in Newport Beach.
I still have yet to add water tanks but there is a great place for them under the cabin sole.
Her bottom was painted in April of 2014 and her hull has had a barrier coat since launching.
I have had the hull inspected and there is no noticeable osmosis, voids or delam.
Her decks are bone dry.
I searched many years to find an FC with good bones and have spared no expense in her re-build.