Recent upgrades: Boat has been hauled out and stored on her trailer since 2004.
Between 2004-08 the following work was completed and new equipment added by previous owner.
Professionally sprayed Awlgrip paint on topsides (Ice Blue) and deck (Off-White).
All new stainless rigging and turnbuckles (1/4" uppers and 7/32" lowers),
Profurl roller furling.
Sta-set running rigging.
step plate reinforced with oversized laminated deck beams and knees.
Teak sliding hatch and forward hatch.
Four opening Hood
stainless steel ports with screens dry-fit and ready to install.
Four tempered glass deadlights in newly anodized aluminum frames
Mast wiring in conduit.
Teak cockpit coamings ready to
Teak toe rail installed.
Hull bottom sand-blasted, blister-free and ready to paint after filling bilge drain hole.
Other items in inventory:
Stanchions and bases,
old mainsail and hank-on jib (sails are shot and can be used for
measurements for new sails),
most of the original deck fittings.
Three old style winches and handles in working condition with
fiberglass sheet winch bases,
stainless pulpit and pushpit,
33 lb Bruce anchor with 26' chain and 180' nylon rode,
deck chain pipe,
teak cockpit hatch lids,
companionway drop boards,
six ball valve type seacocks
were replaced at some point,
Wilcox Crittendon toilet,
Whale Gusher Titan manual bilge pump,
spare prop 12" x 14",
frame, but canvas usable for template. Mainsail cover in good condition.
Prop, shaft and engine beds in place.
Can be repowered with diesel or electric drive or outboard motor
either on a transom bracket or by building an outboard well in lazarette locker.
mainsheet and blocks,
assorted fittings and installation of deck fittings,
transom section of teak toe rail (taffrail),
plug bilge drain hole,
rebuilding of some interior cabinetry and cabin sole (rainwater damage in several areas but majority of bulkheads
repainting or stripping flaking paint off boom,
stainless bolts in rudder fittings should be replaced with bronze and the pintle pins are somewhat worn and could use added
Mast has light surface corrosion, but looks good as is for many more years.
Chain plates should be pulled and inspected.
This size boat could use a small manual or electric anchor windlass.
The Trailer: 2004 tandem axle equipment hauler trailer modified with seven added screw pads bolted and welded to deck and frame to haul
sailboats. 13,2000 lbs. GVWR. Tires rated at 11,020 lbs. Fits standard 2 5/16" ball hitch. Good tires and working electric brakes on both
axles. Some surface rust, otherwise excellent condition.
Notes: Boat is on trailer in our backyard next to our workshop. Delivery available or you can haul it home. Beam of boat is within a
few inches of road legal 8'6" so we traveled without special permit as haulers normally do in this situation. Current title and
registration. Arrangement can be made to keep boat stored here on monthly basis and I can be hired to complete certain jobs or
consult as needed on jobs you want to do yourself. Boat can be purchased without trailer, but trailer not available separately unless
boat gets sold first without trailer. Here's a good opportunity to finish fitting out a classic bluewater capable cruiser to your
Alison Thanks for the listing. Please remove the ad from the active list, the boat is sold.