West Wight Potter 19, 2004
Kansas City, Missouri
Freshwater boat, motor, and trailer
CDI headsail furler
Original main and furling jib still in good condition
Like-new white bimini with cover
Two bow-lines with snubbers
Two stern lines also used to secure mast on stainless-steel crutch while trailering
One-burner stove (I assume it still works, but I haven't tried it)
Interior or cockpit cushions are all in good shape. No rips, stains, or even and noticeable wear on any of them.
Mast raising system with lazy-jacks
Anchor locker with chain and rode, and bracket to hang Danforth anchor on bow pulpit, but there is no anchor
Space for two deep-cycle batteries under V-berth (no batteries included)
Depth and speed gauge (I assume it still works, but I haven't tried it)
VHF radio with masthead antenna (I assume it still works, but I haven't tried it)
Igloo cooler fits under port-side of V-berth
Screens for companionway and forward hatch
4 opening cabin ports with screens
2004 5 hp, 4-stroke Honda outboard motor purchased with boat runs good, (but boat is easier to sail than motor)
Fresh crankcase and lower unit oil changed on outboard
Adjustable motor mount
Pacific galvanized trailer designed specifically for this boat
Brand new tires and galvanized wheels +original but unused spare on galvanized wheel (205/75R14)
Swinging trailer tongue
Two set of brand new spare wheel bearings and seals
Mount to carry outboard motor on trailer tongue
Boat and trailer recently pulled 750 miles
Squirrels or similar varmints...
1. chewed an edge on one of the teak companionway cover tracks on top of the cabin
2. chewed a little of the insulation off the wire pigtail for the steaming light near the base of the mast on top of the cabin
The teak companionway tracks and handles, and the companionway door are weathered and could use some freshening-up.
The drain hose from the sink to the hole in the port-side of the hull needs to be replaced (~2' long. I just haven't gotten to it yet)
The water pump on the outboard works fine, but it has sat a long time so it is overdue for replacement.
A full radial panel was recently replaced near the head of the furling jib that doesn't exactly match the shade of blue on the rest of the sail and doesn't include the top (5th) white star.
We have no reason to believe anything doesn't work, but we haven't had a need for the lights or electrical system so we've never replaced the batteries to confirm everything works.
Email Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org phone 816.309.9112
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