You are looking at a great family sail boat. My family and I have greatly enjoyed this delightful, stable and forgiving little vessel since we bought it in 2001. I am unsure of the year of the boat. The sportsman galvanized trailer was bought separately new in 2001.
The boat and trailer are in good condition. We rigged it in our driveway prior to listing it to make sure tha it is ready to sail. The trailer was registered in Texas. We have the documentation, but it is not current as we have not used the boat in a while. The boat and trailer are located in Katy, Texas and will need to be picked up. This item is not available for delivery.
Description from an advertising brochure on the boat below:
The Chrysler’s 13'planing-hull sailing boat is portably light in weight, yet safe, stable and forgiving for beginners--a great trainer, a family fun boat, or a winning challenger for experienced sailors. Handsome, wide-open and beamy with a powerful bow, she has foam flotation in hull and deck for safety. She'll hold 3 people with ease. Her sloop rig mainsail, jib and optional spinnaker is easy to handle and enables her to walk away from other boats of her type, even in the lightest of breezes. If knocked down, she's easily righted by a single handler.
She's practically maintenance free with her smooth fiberglass hull, textured anti-skid surfaces and corrosion resistant rigging, hardware and fittings. Her design and style give her the look of bigger boats.
Standard: Dacron mainsail, jib, halyards and sheets. Jib sheet cleats recessed into seats for convenience and comfort. Anodized aluminum mast and boom with built-in foam flotation. Hinged mast step for quick, easy rigging and unrigging. Kick-up rudder. Wooden locking daggerboard. Hiking stick on tiller. Textures, skid resistant surfaces. Mold-in seats. Stainless steel standing rigging. Husky bow and stern eyes. Smooth fiberglass inner hull liner. Provision for an ice box in the stern. Foam hull flotation. Transom drains.
Designer: Thomas Faul & Charles Wittholz
LOA: 13' 1"
Displacement: 350 lbs. (without motor)
Draft: 5" to 3'
SA(sq.ft.): Main--48, Jib--45 (93 sq ft of 3.25 ox racing Dacron)