About this Sailboat:
Was a racing boat converted into a day-sailor.
Topside: no boat pox or sponginess to the deck. All chain plates and turnbuckles in great condition. No hull/deck leakage, and a nice sturdy cockpit.
Cabin: no stains or mildew. No leaks around port lights. Plenty of storage space that is easily accessible. V-berth sleeps two, and under cockpit birth sleeps another person. Bulkheads in great condition with no water damage or rot. Cushions aren’t very nice, we covered them in a couple of sheets and throw pillows and it made a world of difference.
Standing rigging: deck area around chain plates in great condition and structurally sound. Deck stepped mast, nice and sturdy. Pins and shackles in great shape as well as the blocks. Five winches in total, one is a two speed, the rest are one speed. No rusting on bolts or nuts.
Outboard: recently added a very sturdy mounting area for the outboard. Outboard is an Evinrude and runs great. It does need a pull cord wound up inside, we always just used an emergency start cord to start the engine though. Tried to wind the pull cord onto motor but just didn’t have enough knowledge of motors to do so. Motor tilts out of water when not in use.
Price is negotiable. Sails are on, fueled up and ready to sail.
Equipment on Board:
Main sail and jib sail. Spare main sail also. All lines in good condition, plus alot of extra line. Solar panel installed on starboard side of the boat. Regulator for the solar panel. Two radios, one handheld. Installed depth finder. Two deep-cycle marine batteries with battery charger. 12 lb anchor with 100 ft rode and 5 ft of chain. Two extra 9 lb anchors. Up to date safety equipment including: 4 flares, BC fire extinguisher, 2 type II life jackets, 2 type IV throw-able devices, 2 air horns, spot/flood light. Eight liter porta-potty. Two 5-gallon water tanks. Portable anchor light.