with 2008 galvanized factory trailer and 2008 Honda 2hp BF2B outboard.
Options include the outboard extended mount, fiberglass rudder, roller furling jib, windex, mainsail cover, jib sock and mast crutch for trailer. Custom cockpit cushions make a day in the boat a relaxing experience.
Original owner only took the boat out five times so the sails are in outstanding condition along with the lines, rigging and overall boat and motor.
This comfortable daysailer with fixed, lead-ballasted keel provides the stability of a much larger sailboat but is not too much to hinder easy boat ramp launching. Can be set up in 15 minutes and on the water. No slip fees makes this an inexpensive way to learn to sail on a very comfortable boat that feels much larger than its 15ft length.
This is a $13K boat new that has been well maintained and looks new so a great deal at $6495.
LWL -- 13' 9"
Beam -- 7'
Keel -- 1' 9"
Displacement -- 600 lbs.
Ballast, Keel -- 250 lbs
Sail area -- 130 sq. ft.
Mast height above DWL -- 25' 4"
Designer: -- Jim Taylor
Hand laminated fiberglass construction
Vinylester resin hull skin coat
9 ft. 4 in self bailing cockpit
Large forepeak locker w/watertight door
6 mooring cleats
Harken ball bearing blocks
Jib track with cars and harken cam cleats Harken boom vang Anodized mast and boom Hinged mast step Stainless steel standing rigging Dacron running rigging Stainless steel bow eye
A review by Bob Perry says this about the Precision 15K: "An ideal trainer or family daysailer, providing both versatility and up-to-date performance. The cockpit is 9 feet, 4 inches long and the side decks are wide enough for comfortable hiking. The side decks will also help prevent swamping in the event of a knockdown. No centerboard means no centerboard trunk to interfere with the cockpit. The rig is a simple sloop rig with swept-back spreaders. It doesn't get any more basic than this. There is a mainsheet traveler, and some attention to the vang is all that's needed to take care of leech tension. Jib lead tracks are adjustable for close sheeting angles."