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  1. 1978 Clarke Boat co San Juan 24

    November 28, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The San Juan 24 is a 24′ yacht, and one of the most versatile keelboats for its size. It was designed by Bruce Kirby, for the Clark Boat Company to the early 70’s IOR standards. Over 1000 of these boats were built between 1972 and 1981.
    At 24′ long, with a 5’4″ cabin-top, the SJ-24 is a great cruising boat. Sleeping 4 adults, with a dinette table and galley, it is suitable for long weekends or extended trips on inland waters. With only a 4 foot draft, it can sail into shallow bays and waterways that would keep other boats away. It has a narrow entry and transom, with a wide beam.
    LOA – 24’; LWL – 19’; Beam – 8’; Draft – 4’; Mast Height – 28’11”; Mainsail area 125.2 ft2.; Jib/Genoa area – 229 ft2.; Spinnaker area – 350 ft2.;
    – New CDI Roller Furling 2012
    – New Clipper depth meter 2012
    – New bottom paint 2012
    – New 15W solar panel with solar controller 2011
    – 2 New 4-roller deck Halyard organizers 2011
    – New Boom-Vang 2011
    – New 2-line clutch on port side 2011
    – New cockpit speakers 2011
    – 2 New 10” bow cleats 2011
    – Re-wired mast, new mast-top w lights-spot & mooring, antenna & wind indicator 2011
    – Re-build mast base w/new internal rollers 2011
    – Re-build boom 2011
    – Spreaders with bird spikes 2011
    – Re-betted all stanchion 2011
    – CD radio w/remote control in cockpit & aux. jack
    – 2 12V outlets
    – Used main sail, w/1 reef point in good shape
    – storm jib
    – spinnaker w/ whisker pole
    – CB radio
    – Older Honda 100 4 stroke engine w/ 3 gal. gas tank
    – Various boat information
    – With new safety boat inspection sticker (2012), no soft spots, some scratches, cabin cushions in good shape, 2 cockpit cushions,

    Equipment on Board: