2010 Ted MaCcutheon Sasy 20

Added 13 December, 2012

About this Sailboat:

The Sasy is a beautifully restored, Fred Ford designed, performance day-sailor. She is the little sister to the more popular NM.

Sasy Hull #8

Built by Ted MacCutcheon Designed by Fred Ford

Proffesionally Restored by Second Wind Sailing

Hull Is Awlgrip white

Deck is Awlgrip white with non-skid additave

Cockpit floor is Kiwi-Grip Tan

Bottom is Pettit Vivid Blue over Interlux 2000e barrier Coat

Wood is west system epoxy coated and 6 coats of Pettit Captains Varnish

The Wood, rubrail and cockpit wood is all installed using brass fasteners and not plugged, so the wood is easy to remove and varnish inside over the winter.

All Hardware is NEW Harken including the small boat furler

All lines are led below deck included jib sheets and halyards, the lines then come out of the forward part of cockpit.

Boat is easily sailed with one person and sails well with up to 4.

Everything has been rebuilt and the boat is significantly lighter than built.

After restoring hull #1 to original configuration and build; we at Second Wind Sailing took all of the things learned from the first boat and improved upon them in the restoration and configuration of hull #8 this is a sweet boat and i have had a great time sailing her. Boat was sailed THIS summer, she is ready to go!

Trailer has extendable tongue and tows easily, boat is launched and retrieved easily from local boat launch.

Main and Jib in like new condition.

Please call with and questions or to see boat.

Boat has been used by me a few times this season so has some indication of that but shows beautifully, consider her a one year old boat.

Equipment on Board:

Ted MaCcutheon Sasy 20
Ted MaCcutheon Sasy 20
Ted MaCcutheon Sasy 20
Ted MaCcutheon Sasy 20
I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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