Good main and jib, older but many years of service left.
New running rigging ($100)
New cushion covers ($1390)
New portholes ($200)
16 new trailer rollers ($305)
New wood bunks ($30)
Total recently spent over $2000
Draft max 4.5’
Draft min 1.5’
Main SA 92.61sq ft
Jib SA 60 sq ft
Trailer is in excellent shape and has a separate tongue extension. The boat is balanced very well for long rides on the road to great sailing locations. The tongue weight is about 250-300lbs and total towing weight is about 2500lbs. Just about any car, truck or SUV can tow it for a few miles to your local lake. It has a 2” ball hitch. If you do not want the trailer take off $1000
The Starwind 19 has an enclosed swing keel and can be sailed with it up or down so it can be sailed in very shallow water.
The interior is very clean and nice (new cushions) and I would say 7.5 of 10.
Mechanically the boat is fully functional and in good solid shape ready for many more years of service 8 out of 10.
Cosmetically because of the age of the boat the stickers at the top of the hull are cracked and parts of the stickers are missing at about 5.5 out of 10. With a good polishing and paint the boat would look very nice but mechanically would operate the same
The deck and cockpit have a few spider and small impact cracks but are sound and in very good condition especially for a 40 year old boat. I have seen boats 1/2 her age with average use showing twice the spider and small impact cracks.
I have cleaned the bottom and with a light sanding it would be ready for paint. I leave it unpainted so you can see the actual condition, imperfections are not just covered up and to give you the opportunity to save some money by painting yourself. If you are going to trailer sail it you could just leave it as is.
I will take some trade ins on a case by case basis.
I am a full service boat yard in central Texas and can perform any repairs and upgrades you should need