1980 Chrysler Pirateer

Added 23 November, 2012

About this Sailboat:

1980 Chrysler Pirateer
13ft fiberglass sailboat with trailer and canvas cover
Missouri title
asking $1000.00
-orange hull, white deck, white sail and jib with pirate logo
-Comes with all rigging and gear ready to go: sails, lines, cables, removable rudder, tiller, and wooden daggerboard, as well as two paddles.
No damage or leaks, just some cosmetic scratches in paint
-Sails easily with little wind and can go very fast with plenty of wind. Quick to set up and launch. Can be sailed by one person but easier with two, we’ve had up to 4 adults on it at a time.
-This was our first sailboat that we learned to sail in, and after three summers of fun on Table Rock Lake and Smithville Lake we are looking to upgrade to a bigger boat. It has been sailed at least a dozen times this summer on Smithville so everything is ready to go as is. This is a great sailboat to learn on with no maitenance and it is cheap fun! Very light weight can be moved by hand when on the trailer. Currently named the “Mollie K” but decal could easily be removed. Also included is a copy of original owners manual.

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Equipment on Board:

-13ft fiberglass sailboat with trailer and canvas cover
-Comes with all rigging and gear ready to go: sails, lines, cables, removable rudder, tiller, and wooden daggerboard, as well as two paddles.
-Binder with boat information and title

Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
Chrysler Pirateer
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