About this Sailboat:
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Built in 1978 for the original owner to his specs and finally launched only in 2001. Time and life got in the way of fulfilling his lifelong dream of casting off the lines and sailing to the South Pacific. A short list of items to finish and you could be off cruising to Tahiti. She is hull #75 of 80 built by the Dreadnought Boatworks of Carpinteria California. Surveyed and found in good condition.
Equipment on Board:
Launched in 2001 the spars, sails and rigging was added. There are two painted aluminum masts and spars. 1x 19 S.S. wire with bronze turnbuckles and Norseman terminals used. Includes four sails in very good condition including a main, Yankee jib on a PROFURL furler, hank on stas’l and a standard type mizzen. There are four winches Barient #18 and #10 with two Lewmar #30’s. Includes a main traveler, solid boom vang and cutter stay at stemhead.
From the brochure
The designer John Hanna dreamed of going to Tahiti, he designed a stout double ender. “She is dry; that means she stays on top of the waves and does not tend to stick her nose under them. She is easy in her motions; she is remarkably easy to handle and obedient to the helm. She has the much desired but seldom obtained merit of a good cruiser, the ability to sail herself and hold her course for hours with the tiller lashed. She has laughed at the worst storm she has ever yet met.”
Engine Brand: SABB
Engine Model: 2 cyl-fresh water keel cooler
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Engine Hours: 10
Fresh Water Tanks: Plastic (40 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Plastic (40 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 9 Plastic
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1
Shore power inlet
Dockside shore power 30 amps with 50 foot cord. 12 volt system with electrial panel.
Two Group 27 deep cycle batteries(2011) in boxes with a TRACE 1500 watt inverter and 10amp charger