Bowsprit model with wood and carpet interior. Beautiful little pocket cruiser. Handles very nicely and scoots along quickly. Has been very well cared for and the gelcoat shows it. She's spent most of her time garaged, currently she's under cover.
Cabin is clean and smells fresh, not musty. Everyone I encounter when I'm at the launch ramp asks if I just bought it new. I can't believe all the attention I get when setting up or taking her down.
She was the cover shot on the Nov./Dec. 2009 issue of "Small Craft Advisor". I am the third owner and only since last September.
Two 8' berths
1100 lbs. displacement.
Fixed shoal draft keel with 450 lbs. of molded in ballast.
Cabin top is cored with synthetic material, so she will never have a problem with wood core rot.
Idasailor rudder and rudder head. Original rudder and head also included.
Tanbark sails purchased a few years ago, but used very little and in fantastic, crisp condition. Main, jib and genoa.
Two reef points on main with jiffy reefing system.
Original main and jib.
All teak brightwork in beautiful condition.
Wired for VHS radio (no radio).
Built in anchor roller.
2 anchors - Danforth and Bruce.
Beautiful mahogany and ash tiller.
Retractable OB bracket
2 HP Honda OB. Model BF2A. Runs great.
Galvanized trailer is in excellent condition with newly replaced wheel bearings and seals.
Larger wheel conversion from the stock 8" to new 12".
New trailer wiring harness.
New trailer jack.
New urethane rollers and bow stop.
PVC boat launching guides
Toolbox with stuff
I want to let you know that I sold my boat the other day. I had most of the interest in the boat as result of Sailing Texas. Thank you so much.