Built by Bob Eeg of Montgomery sailboats. The Montgomery 17 is a beautiful trailerable pocket cruiser with excellent sailing characteristics.
LOA = 17' 2"
LWL = 15' 10"
Beam = 7' 4"
Weight = 1600 lbs
Draft 3' board down, 1' 9" board up
Pacific Trailer with spare tire and mount
4 Bronze opening ports
DC distribution panel and all wiring
Foredeck light and navigation lights; marine battery and charger
Epoxy barrier coat; Interlux bottom paint
Adjustable motor mount
Opening hatch on foredeck
Three cockpit lockers (one shallow, one deep/open to hull, one at stern for gas tank)
Items installed or added by owner and included with sale:
Nissan 4-stroke, 4-HP motor, long-shaft
Autohelm ST-1000+ autopilot
Ida-sailer kick-up rudder
External gas tank, 3-gallon
ICOM IC-M422 marine radio, with mast-head antenna
Complete set of sails from Elliot Patterson Sails (2010)
Working jib (105%)
Bruce, ~13lbs, 6’ chain and 150’ line.
Fortress Guardian G-7, with stowage bag, chain and 150' of line
Orion safety kit
CleanWaste PETT portable folding toilet
Many docklines and spare parts (shackles, pins, blocks etc)
Fine print: For one year, this boat was docked in salt water (Mission Bay, San Diego), and for the rest of its life, the boat has been dry stored near salt water. The boat reflects that cosmetically. The teak is unfinished and it and the bronze opening ports are weathered. The bottom is painted with red ablative bottom paint that I have not kept up as the boat is currently dry-stored on Mission Bay in San Diego. This is a boat that has been sailed. The marine battery (group 24) is near the end of its useful life. There are a couple of dings in the teak and the hull shows a few marks, from trailering around southern California and Arizona and general wear and tear as expected.
SOLD. Thanks for the wonderful help. The boat is sold, and I'm very happy with the ad and results.