Has a shoal Keel weighing 1900 lbs but only drafts 30"
5ft-10in Head room in the cabin
40 gal Fresh water tank
Pressurized Water system. Supplies Galley sink, the sink and shower in the head. Also pressurized water suppling the cockpit wash-down hose.
Full head includes S.S. sink, shower, and porta-potty. Access and privacy via full doorway.
Vee bunk, sleeps two
Two settes in the main cabin, can be used for additional bunks.
Galley has storage cabinet, S.S Sink, built-in icebox, easily holds 30lbs crushed ice and built in stove top. (I never used the stove top, because the tank took up too much room. Used a stainless camp stove, (included)
Cabin, has storage under the settees, fold down table for dining and map/book rack.
6 opening ports with screen
Tinted forward hatch
All cushions have been recovered.
12 volt lighting in Vee-Bunk, galley, head, and main cabin. Also has two brass oil-lamps. Gimble mounted to the bulkheads.
Bimini Top custom made using Sun-brella fabric.
All sails in excellent shape, refurbished within the last two years.
Comes with an additional 150% Genoa (it will need a new sun protection strip.)
Most of the running rigging is new.
Standing rigging in excellent condition. All exceeds Coast Guard requirements on a boat this size. She truly is blue-water ready.
Bow and Stern S.S. pulpits, swim ladder.
Two Anchors with chain and rodes. (70’ of new galvanized Chain on the heavy anchor, has never been in the water)
Very deep Lazarette, Lots of storage! Cockpit storage also includes fuel tank compartment.
Electronics: Raymarine 2000 Auto-Tiller, Garmin 460 Plot charter. Lowrance Plot charter/Depth-finder. VHF Radio. Boss C/D player. On Board 110-12vt inverter, for charging and maintaining batteries. Electrical panel and 12 volt receptacle for plugging in accessories. (came in handy for charging my cell-phone)
Has bow and stern running lights along with steaming light on Mast, and
Mast top light for anchoring.
Needs new batteries, and outboard kicker motor. And is due for a bottom job, last done Jan 13 have keep her scraped up until this last year. But she is ready to sail.
Currently docked at a friend's house and he's wanting his dock back, and since my health is not up to sailing these days she has to go.
I found this boat on C/L in 2009, flew to Tampa Bay Florida, bought her and sailed her back to Corpus Christi. And believe it or not, I had never sailed before. So yes I'd say she easily handled by a beginner while an old-salt will quickly recognize the sound construction of this Wakins Sailboat.
Currently NADA list this model at $11,800 for the bare boat. The electronics I've listed total over $2500 if purchased today. Thus my asking price of $2000 is a bargain.
She is a great little coastal cruiser, a weekender, or longer if you like. I spent 53 days sailing her single-handed, from Florida to Texas. Having to sell do to health. But want her to have a good home.