This is a cat-rigged (single sail) sailboat. Duchess has a free standing mast and is extremely simple to launch, sail and retrieve.
We made the following upgrades:
Original sail track replaced with Harken sailtrack, sail slugs changed to 'battcars' in conjunction with professional mast repair, Raytheon 4500 25 watt VHF marine radio with Shakespeare 3db antenna on mast head, anchor light on masthead, Raymarine ST40 depth and speed readout on port side bulkhead,
Forespar tiller extension,
25 ft shorepower cable with 30/15 amp adaptor, deck-mounted blocks to raise/lower the halyard from the cockpit,
2002 Honda BF2 rudder-mounted outboard (30 lbs) with gas tank, handheld Garmin GPSmap76 with Metroguide DVDs, US Lights and Waterways DVD, and Garmin Bluechart DVD to load Lake Huron/North Channel navigation maps with optional connector (never used) to communicate with autopilot (included but not installed), external GPS antenna, LED lights on trailer, LED stern light, Rule 500 gph bilge pump with discharge on port side high above the water line, trailer tongue wheel replaced, bow anchor roller replaced, trailer winch and belt replaced, longer support leg for cockpit table.
very nice bimini/cover and dodger,
Suunto bulkhead compass,
cockpit electrical connector for electric motor or autopilot,
stainless steel swim ladder,
Origo alcohol stove,
trailer tongue extension,
single axle trailer tires with spare and bunks redone excellent condition,
zippered companionway hatch screen,
snap on sunbrella bag with pockets on transom under tiller for small items/tools,
and porta pottie.
Bottom cleaned and painted in June with Pettite Vivid 1661 Red, brightwork redone with Cetol 2 years ago ... tiller redone in June, and mast painted regularly, and stored inside.
Usual extras: anchor, chain, rode, life preservers, etc. Navico TP10 autohelm seen on the cockpit bench in one of the pictures is included but not installed.
Duchess is very trailerable (about 2000 lbs).
The 190 square foot fully-battened sail is very usable, but is the original.
This boat sold today. Thanks.