Location: On the hard in Cambridge MD, across the Chesapeake Bay from Annapolis.
Sail Area 302 sq ft
Cat rigged with a 40' keel stepped mast, fixed fin keel and spade rudder.
Displacement 5000 lbs
Ballast 1800 lbs
Beam 8.5 ft
Waterline length 20.5 ft Draws 3 ft 8"
This is a big 22 footer - standing headroom (I'm 5'10) the length of the cabin and it doesn’t move when you step on board. When sailing it has a “big boat” feel and the fin keel and spade rudder give very responsive handling.
It has a private head with a foot pump for sink as well as drawers, cabinet and mirror.
Also has a small galley with a large, built in fridge, sink with foot pump, cabinets and drawers. And note the nice swing open ports.
Built in 1986 by George Hinterhoeller of Canada, known for building high quality yachts. Among other features it will sail close to 45 deg of true wind.
Off the wind, the unstayed mast lets you let main out up to 90 deg.
All controls including reefing are led back to the cockpit.
During the 4 years I've owned and sailed her I’ve added:
A new Mack sail.
A new “stack pack” type sail cover with top mounted zipper which is unzipped to raise sail then zipped up after lowering sail into it.
A new Suzuki fuel injected 9.9HP OB with power tilt, alternator and convenient remote controls.
A Raymarine 1000 tiller pilot rigged to be mounted and dismounted quickly.
An Anderson 2-speed self tailing halyard winch (ST 28)
An Airhead composting toilet (no more pump outs). Original head and holding tank are included in sale.
New water hoses.
Solar Panel 20W 12V Monocrystalline with 10A Solar Charger. Keeps batteries charged through winter and sailing season.
The bottom has just been sanded and repainted.
Boot stripe has also been repainted.
Included are a cockpit mounted depth gauge and compass, a fixed mount VHF radio, two full length cockpit cushions.
Also included is a complete Sailrite bimini kit including all material, instructions, and stainless steel tubes for framing.
She is not in “Bristol” condition; has various small dings visible up close. Exterior varnish, except companionway boards, needs some TLC. There are no known significant problems to prevent you going sailing and cruising right away.
If you do not live close enough to Cambridge to sail it home, note that its weight and fixed keel require a significant trailer and towing vehicle.
The 40' mast can be unbolted into two shorter lengths for trailering