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1976 cape dory typhoon

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The 19 foot Cape Dory Typhoon’s full keel has 900 Ibs. of molded-in ballast giving her the feel of a larger boat, with the steadiness and stability not found in most sailboat designs. She has a deep, roomy cushioned 6 foot cockpit that is self bailing. You sit in her, not on her. There’s ample dry storage space in a fore peaks locker with cushions also. The Typhoon is the perfect boat for learning the fundamentals and does what you want, smoothly and predictably with stability. Below decks, the cuddy cabin contains a double forward cushioned V-berth and 2 quarter berths. There is an area for an optional marine head and portable ice chest and stove, plus a surprising amount of storage space. She’s a great boat for over night and weekend cruising with four sails good condition.

The Typhoon has generous exterior and interior teak coamings, shelves, and trim giving her a radiate warmth and beauty typical to all the Cape Dory yachts. The tandem axle trailer, in new condition, is capable of taking her coast to coast with ease many times. Also included is bottom paint and anchor chain and rode. (# removed)

* Location: N. MINNESOTA

Equipment on Board:

four sails , new tandem trailer 3 years old, bow pulpit, 3.5 nissan motor,

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