14' long, 6.5' beam, 500lbs displacement, 109sqft sail area
2006 Performance brand tilting trailer (have title), with goal posts and working light; boat is 17' overall on trailer
Honda 2Hp motor, great condition (unsure year; have owner's manual)
bimini top in great condition (can sail with it up; does not hit boom)
sail cover in good shape (does need velcro re-attached; I just use without it)
teak wood floor grate (varnished by prior owner)
tiller extension with ropework
sail in very good condition since never stored outside
Comes with anchor, rode, and orange life jackets (I think they're required to be on board for coastal cruising)
Will also include hand dolly for moving around the driveway, grease gun, lug wrench, wheel chocks, and fenders.
I'm moving from NC to RI but would need to ship it, plus have a baby on the way and won't be able to use it this summer, so I'd rather save the transport costs and storage concerns.
Very slow leak at the centerboard (after a few hours of sailing, only 1/8" - 1/4" of water in CB dam; dries with hatches left open), not an issue if dry sailing / trailering, but I'd fix that if leaving on a mooring.
Prior owner damaged sail track (like many others), but it has since been hammered back so sail slugs don't slide out
Prior owner also modified deck-stepped mast with his own garage package to allow quick removal of mast at the step, and gallows pop off w/ pins; mast is slightly wobbly only while raising but is supported by additional side stays (can't go anywhere); becomes irrelevant once mast is upright and fully supported by factory stays