This is a popular racing class sailing dinghy. She's lots of fun to sail, and a good boat for a learner - that's what I was when I bought her!
Beam is 4 feet; draft 4ft 3in with centerboard down. (Only 3in, if I remember right, with it up!)
She is in good condition for a boat of her age; only expected gelcoat cracks, and she has a new forestsay and comes with a spare set of shrouds.
Included also are two jibs (one in better condition than the other), a full-size main and a smaller main for those days with more wind. (there may be more sails, but this is what I remember looking at and/or using. Regardless, you get them all.)
There is a homemade whisker pole that works just dandy.
There is an anchor that I have never used.
I refinished the centerboard trunk cap, rudder, and tiller, and reinforced and repainted the transom ( this is all of the wood on the boat except for the tray in front of the cubby), and I keep her clean.
The trailer is in fair shape. The wheel bearings were repacked right after I bought the boat and have maybe 200 miles on them - I never drive far to sail, and only go out two or three times a year.
She is in inside storage in Suisun City CA - has been for the last five years.