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  1. 1978 Cape Dory 28

    February 26, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Relatively original, well-maintained Charleston bought boat moved last year to a inland lake in Acworth, GA near Atlanta. Loved her in Charleston while our three boys attended the Citadel. Now she needs a new home in bigger water.

    Equipment on Board:

    Equipment: Volvo 40HP Diesel Engine, 2 burner alcohol stove, stainless sink with water pump, Depthfinder, 2000 Watt DC to AC converter, roller furling jib, storm Jib, Main and Jib (storm damaged),


  2. 1978 Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender

    February 3, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Just out of the shop after paint and varnish, Just Add H2O !

    Equipment on Board:

    New Road King trailer, 3.5 horse 4 stroke outboard, full set of sails, fully equipped with anchor with rode, fenders and lines, porta potty, ETC.


  3. 1976 Cape Dory CD 25

    January 24, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    CD 25 in good condition.Sleeps 4, galley sink, marine head, water tank under V-Berth. Tohatsu 6 HP 4 cycle in well, all amenities including boat stands

    Equipment on Board:

    Main, jib, drifter, spinaker and roller furling genoa.
    radio, compass, knot meter depth meter, batteries, auto-bilge pump


  4. 1989 Cape Dory Mark II

    January 24, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This boat is hardly used. Low hours and all systems in great condition. She is ready to sail. Two head sails, a 100 and a 150, both on a roller furl. The deck has some crazing but, nothing with any moisture readings. Will need new algrip.

    Equipment on Board:

    VHF radio, fire extinguisher, 8 life vests, two anchors, one is a CQR and the other a Danforth. Dock lines, spinaker pole, main sail, two head sails and a spinnaker. Self tailing winches. Dodger and Bimini frame w/o canvas. Westerbecke engine.


  5. 1970 Cape Dory Typhoon

    January 17, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Barrier-coated bottom w/ hard bottom paint (2012); interior/exterior cushions; Awlgripped hull; well-cared for boat.

    Equipment on Board:

    Roller-furling jib; brand new porta-potty; two fire extinguishers; two life jackets.


  6. 1975 Cape Dory

    January 11, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This Cape Dory is very special and ready to cruise. She has only been in fresh water since new. From the factory she had midboom sheeting installed as well as edson wheel steering. The Volvo diesel is in great shape and always starts easy. Sails include a North full batten main genoa and spinnaker. Harken roller furling is on the bow with a garhauer rigid vang on the boom to assist the main. The boat has brass portlights in great shape that dont leak. Come see this yacht that can take you anywhere. Shes on a landlocked lake but shipping can be handles for free to Charleston or the surrounding lakes at asking price.

    Equipment on Board:

    autohelm autopilot
    Harken furler
    Garhauer Vang
    Brass portlights
    extra fuel tanks
    parafin cabin heater
    Depth and speed insturments.
    Edson steering
    Volvo diesel
    replaced standing rigging
    north full batten main
    North genoa
    spinnaker
    full cockpit enclosure


  7. 1973 Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender

    December 31, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The boat handles much more like a large sailboat than a sunfish. In fact, the Typhoon is affectionately called “America’s littlest Yacht”. Very stable in strong winds – Very safe … …
    The Typhoon has handsome lines. The sweeping sheer accentuates a perky bow with a fine entry and trails into a soft reverse transom revealing serious overhangs

    Equipment on Board:

    Anchor, sails jib and main sail, v berth cushions
    New Knot meter
    Honda 5 hp 4 cycle motor


  8. 1978 Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender

    December 12, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Just out of the restoration shop, you wont find a nicer Typhoon, and she is fully equipped, ready to sail, Just Add H2O !

    Equipment on Board:

    New Road King RKGSK trailer, 3.5 4 stroke outboard like new,
    full set of sails and cushions, porta potty, fenders and lines, ETC ETC.

    Ask your self this: Do I want to be sailing the prettiest boat in the harbor? Don’t wait!


  9. 1976 Cape Dory Cape Dory 25

    November 30, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    OK this is for all the adventuresome folks out there looking for a true blue water pocket cruiser! This 1976 Cape Dory needs NOTHING to go on extended cruises and suits just fine for day sailing or weekending! Very stable full keel design, she handles very well to the waves, sailing much like a bigger boat. Drafting only 3 feet to 3’10 (depending on load), She can get you right up to shore for the best anchor spots! We have taking her on a 6 day passage with 3 adults and she truly is the biggest tiny boat! Comes with the trailer!

    Equipment on Board:

    Rigging has been replaced as needed this year ( some looked totally fine so i left a few side stays); Solar panel keeps up one back up battery; 6.6 Johnson charges one battery and keeps the boat moving against current at hull speed (6 knotts!); 3 batteries in total are also charged via 30amp shore power on a 3 bank charger; Power outlets installed for electronics while docked; Hatch vent also solar powered; Garmin 2012 GPS chart plotter and sonar split screen.
    Also new in 2012: Head, tiller pilot, nonskid deck and paint, bottom paint and boot stripe, vhf, window unit AC, new anchor chain, there’s more I cant think of I’m sure of it!
    Sink with fresh water (20 gallons) and sea water pumps, 2 burner stove with LP gas in the lazerette, Bimini top, bow and stern pulpits and life lines, main sail cover, tiller cover, and more!
    Cockpit cushions, Genoa 150, jib/storm main, spinnaker and main all in decent shape. The jib is still new!
    She can easily be trailered to any dream destination and cruising by afternoon! Boat is truly ready to go with out really needing anything to cruise.


  10. Cape Dory Daysailor

    November 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The Daysailor features a deep, roomy cockpit with teak seats. You sit in her, not on her. There’s ample dry storage space in a forepeak locker. The Typhoon Daysailor is the perfect boat tor learning the fundamentals … she does what you want, smoothly and predictably. The Cape Dory Typhoon Daysailor, an honest uncomplicated craft to provide you with countless hours of sailing pleasure. The purchase of this boat requires you to agree that Fingerlakes Sailing Services will restore the boat to your specifications at your expense. The vessel is offered in good faith but cannot be guaranteed or warranted with regards to the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

    Equipment on Board: