About this Sailboat:
Its no Hobie, but its very stable, moves well and
you can seat a lot of friends on the flat-top hulls!
LOA: 18 ft. (5.6 meters)
Beam: 7.7 ft
Draft: (cbd. up): approx. 4 in.
(cbd. down): approx. 24 in.
1 main sail in very good condition. 1 jib in good condition.
69 x 82 in. trampoline in good condition.
Fiberglass hulls with 20 wide transoms and flat tops (can be used for passenger seating). Hulls in fair condition. Aluminum trampoline frame, mast, boom, centerboard and rudders. PVC tiller.
Standing and running rigging in good condition. Galvanized trailer in good condition.
Built in Michigan in 1975.
We received the information below from the son of the builder:
My father (George W. Carr) built every one of them (1100) by hand – that particular one 44, was his personal boat for a couple years until he changed the styling a bit. The 44 is quite literal – that was the 44th Star Cat built. It’s extraordinary to see one in such shape. The boats were built in a shop in Jackson, Mich. That particular one was made in the first location which was very tiny and I was only 2 yrs old at the time. Just a little history in case you had interest – I haven’t seen one in excellent shape in quite some time.