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1987 W.D. Schock Wavelength 24

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

More pictures upon request. Bill the Cat has been well maintained and is a very fast fun boat. The keel bolts have been replaced, the keel had been faired, the bottom painted. The bottom has 2 coats of interlux 2000e and the remnants of vc-17 for the rare occasion that she was in the water for more than an evening. It has been sailed out of Tampa Bay and also on Lake Lanier.
The Custom dual axle, 9 pad trailer with built in ladder. This trailer is in excellent condition. We have used it safely trailering it all over the eastern seaboard with no problems.

It is a fantastic boat, fast and fun. We just moved from Tampa to VA. We are 90 minutes from the water and it is too far to race it competitively. We have a TON of pictures just email me and I will send you the link.

Almost brand new 4 hp tohatsu long shaft outboard motor.

Equipment on Board:

Interior:
Like new interior and original cushions for bow that are in fantastic condition.
Blue canvas cloths for the side berths.
About half a dozen dock lines, life jackets, throwable, fire extinguisher, 12v battery for lights/instruments spare parts from over the years (a box full)

Deck:
Harken 2 speed 2:1/4:1 main sheet (looped) and windward sheeting car
6:1 cascaded 2:1 cascaded 2:1 (24:1) backstay routed to the center of the cockpit
double ended (both sides cabin top) Cunningham (4:1) and pole downhaul (2:1)
spinlock clutches for main and jib halyards
Kenyon spar with extended mast crane (for better tacks in light air)
An anchor and 100′ rode with chain.
rear hatch spinnaker launching bag.
Genoa sheets
Heavy air spinnaker sheets
light air spinnaker sheets
4:1 fiddles cascaded 2:1 (8:1 overall) vang
#5 foil for headsails

Deck:
Harken 2 speed 2:1/4:1 main sheet (looped) and windward sheeting car
6:1 cascaded 2:1 cascaded 2:1 (24:1) backstay routed to the center of the cockpit
double ended (both sides cabin top) Cunningham (4:1) and pole downhaul (2:1)
spinlock clutches for main and jib halyards
Kenyon spar with extended mast crane (for better tacks in light air)
An anchor and 100′ rode with chain.
rear hatch spinnaker launching bag.
Genoa sheets
Heavy air spinnaker sheets
light air spinnaker sheets
4:1 fiddles cascaded 2:1 (8:1 overall) vang
#5 foil for headsails

W.D. Schock Wavelength 24
W.D. Schock Wavelength 24
W.D. Schock Wavelength 24
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