Weight of boat and trailer with "stuff" loaded (towing weight) = 2800#
Built by Chuck Leinweber (2001) owner Duckworks Magazine and small boat supply and originator of the Texas 200 Event. Boat has been participated in the Texas 200 nearly every year since its inception in 2008.
Fast and stable while drawing less than 1' of water, she uses only one leeboard with a balanced lug mainsail and mizzen sail. Mast on tabernacle for quick and easy raising and lowering at boat ramp or bridges
Small galley and nav areas with berths for two
Lots of storage in two lazarettes in cockpit, under galley and nav areas, berths, bridge deck and large storage areas forward of berths
New mattresses. 9 "pockets" for clothes, 3 "pockets" in galley,
2 "pockets" in closet
Standing headroom from companionway to forward end of berths
Hatch on forward end of cabin
Bridge deck separates cabin from cockpit.
Rear slop well drains cockpit with no thru hulls.
Anchor well forward is self-draining and covered.
Danforth anchor with chain and nylon rode
Bimini has shade curtains on three sides. Mosquito, no-see-um, rain screens
Freshly painted inside and out. Non-skid on decks and in cockpit
Fresh ablative bottom paint
New sails made by Sailrite (main and mizzen). Additional twin sail for running is like new. Original tanbark sails are still usable and are included. Mainsail cover
All new running rigging
New mast and new birdmouth boom and yard
Like new 6 hp, 4 stroke Sailpro outboard by Tohatsu
New 12 gallon under-deck fuel tank gives many, many hours or running time for long motoring range
New wiring, switch panel, battery selector switch, state of charge meter
Two batteries charge from solar panel on cabin roof or outboard motor.
Lighted bulkhead compass
Stainless boarding ladder
Good galvanized trailer custom fit with new tires and spare, LED trailer lights with new wiring, non-skid walkway down center of trailer
Long trailer tongue for easy launching
Trailering tie down straps
Great boat for skinny water and therefore can utilize more sheltered anchorages. "The shallower the draft, the larger the bays"