This is a trailerable sailboat that actually sails really well.
Front sail is a 130 Genoa on a FF1 Flexible Furler that works great and has good power.
The main sail is fully battened and rides on sail tracks so it is always attached and goes up easy, both are in great shape.
I sail it by myself no problem.
Sunbrella covers on both sails.
The bottom has a shoal draft leaded keel with a swing daggerboard so it can go in about 1-1 1/2 feet of water. It also sits fairly low on the trailer so it tows great.
You can pull up the daggerboard by hand with the rope super easy.
The bottom was done last April at Driscolls, it is in great shape no leaks at all.
Cleaned by a diver every few months. see pic.
New ($1,550.00) 2014 Tohatsu 6 hp Sailpro 4 stroke long shaft with charging system wired to the 1 year old Marine battery. Maybe 12 hours on it.
All nav lights work and so does the mast light. Interior lights too, all electrical good and re-done. I added shore power, outlets and an automatic battery charger for at the slip. Plug in your appliances.
It has a front anchor locker, rear storage locker, and a spot for the fuel tank. 2 burner alchohol stove and a sink inside, with shelves and lots of storage inside. The table in the middle folds too. A very well laid out interior. It has a nice V berth and 2 large settees for sleeping inside plus a spot for a porta potti.
I installed a nice stereo with Sony speakers and Ipod hook up for cruising.
New main halyard line, sheet lines and new custom lifelines too.
New black rub rail, plus extra in a box.
Complete Mac26M mast raising system a 10 year old could crank up the mast by themself safely.
Right now it is in a Mission Bay slip. Test sails are easy come check it out!
Easily clears all bridges in Mission Bay at 31’ top of mast height AWL.
This sailboat was actually designed by a respected naval architect, Jim Taylor. If you look up Precision Boatworks, you will he is also their designer, this Spindrift has the same hull design they currently sell. Looks very similar like theirs too.
The trailer is nice, new bunks, bearings, lights.
14" aluminum wheels, new Carlile 195/70/14 trailer tires.
(Ford Ranger wheels)
Open to offers, not in a huge hurry as I sail it every week.