Only those interested in a project boat should contact me. Dovekie is priced to sell to the right buyer.
The starboard toe-rail and life-lines have some damage from hurricane Ike. The starboard hull has scratches where she rubbed against a pier.
The diesel (MD7B fresh water cooled has sat idle for two years.)
She has a 2-year old Bimini and mainsail cover in gray.
Her cockpit floorboard has been refurbished to stiffen after leakage around pedestal.
The mainsail and jib have been repaired and are stored off the boat.
She is located on Clear Lake.
Dovekie is a Cape Dory 30' Cutter; a roller furling jib and a self tending staysail complete her foretriangle.
Edson wheel steering (complete rebuilt with Edison parts), in addition to sails, eight bronze opening ports, diesel auxiliary, lifelines and pulpits.
Two translucent opening hatches add light and important ventilation on a hot summer day.
AC window unit in companionway door (original companionway doors are varnished and not aboard.)
The 30 was designed by Carl Alberg to meet the needs of the serious cruiser: there are berths for five, including a double, in the two cabins. The head is accessible behind closed doors from either cabin, and there is ample locker and storage space throughout. The re-designed galley includes storage areas, two burner gimbaled stove with oven (LPG with tanks) and top-loading ice box.