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Excellent condition, ST-2000 Tiller Pilot, Self-tailing winches, 150 Genoa on furler, Mast gate, Single-line reefing from cockpit, Rope clutch, Whisker Pole, Lazy Jacks, Kick-up Rudder with brand-new Ruddercraft fiberglass blade, Pop top, Cockpit Cushions, Solar Panel and Charge Controller, Brand new 100 AH deep-cycle AGM battery
This is the perfect Tahoe Sailboat: large enough to sleep a family, easily able to access shallow beaches, and easily loaded on a trailer. It sails gracefully and with jiffy-reefing on the mainsail and the furling jib it can handle all kinds of wind with ease. With the swing keel and rudder up it has a 2 foot draft.
Boat is set up for single-handed sailing. Roller furling makes deploying and furling the jib almost zero effort. Self-tailing winches make jib handling easy. Tiller pilot holds course without constant attention. Single-line reefing with a mast gate allows a single person to put in or shake out a reef in under a minute from the cockpit.
Interior includes galley with propane stove, sink, and ice box. Head with sorta-potty and sink. Aft double berth, double V-berth in the bow, and two main salon benches serve as single berths. Folding table in main salon. Interior fabric in excellent condition. Freshly refinished teak.
Wow! Congrats! Just about as quick as my sale about 13 years ago, which could have been the day I listed her here except the buyers couldn't get here till the next morning.
Dave Bristle Association "Port Captain" for Mystic, CT PO of 1985 C-25 SR/FK #5032 Passage, ex-USCG-OUPV Now on Eastern 27 Sarge (but still sailing when I can). Passage, Mystic, and Sarge--click to enlarge.
I was pleasantly surprised. I thought I was going to have to store the boat in my front yard until spring. I posted the add on Craigslist late Wednesday night. I got an e-mail Thursday morning, showed the boat Thursday afternoon, and the buyer bought it on the spot.
Notice: The advice given on this site is based upon individual or quoted experience, yours may differ. The Officers, Staff and members of this site only provide information based upon the concept that anyone utilizing this information does so at their own risk and holds harmless all contributors to this site.