Vessel is a decent sized craft, with a fair amount of room in the cockpit. Cabin up fwd is for storage only.
Repainted the boat about a year and a half ago. There are a few scrapes and such in the paint but there's nothing that compromises its watertight integrity.
Included in the deal is a leftover pint of the red paint for the topsides.
There is no antifouling, as the boat is trailer kept.
I was working in a confined space while hand sanding and refinishing the bottom. It isn't as smooth in some areas as I'd like, but it's all watertight. Will include red tape for waterline trim.
Included are a main sail and a jib. The jib is in good condition. The main is fairly worn/stretched but usable for day sailing.
I recently rebuilt the shrouds and backstay.
No soft spots in the hull or deck.
New running rigging is roughly two years old
Motor is a 2012 Mercury 2.5 HP, 4 stroke, long shaft model. Starts on the 1st or second pull and has 15 hours on it, tops.
Will consider including my 40 lb thrust trolling motor and battery as well
Trailer has a new (2 year old) axle with bearing buddies. Tires are a quite worn. LED brake lights are relatively new and work well
I have a title for the boat, trailer and motor. Tags on boat are good through December 2014. Tags on trailer are good through May 2014.
Some of the hardware (blocks, tackle) is a bit worn and could stand to be replaced, but all are usable at this time.
Wooden rudder and tiller need to be resealed with fiberglass.
On the whole, this would make a good family sailboat for protected waters or an easily managed solo sailer as well. With the keel retracted and the rudder kicked up, draft is less than a foot so it can go fit in shallow areas when needed (albeit not under sail). I've put a fair amount of time and money into this boat and hate to see it go. But my interests are straying away from a trailer sailboat so it's time to pass the "Redheaded Renegade" on to somebody else.