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Hoopers Yachts
599 Manning Ave S, Afton, MN 55001
Phone (651) 436-8795
Toll Free (800) 377-8795
2011    BAY RAIDER 20 ""  $12,750.00 
Hull & Deck : White Deck & Gray hull  File Number: 3092 
Stripe Color:   Located at : Hooper's Yachts  
LOA: 19' 10" LWL: 18' 4" BEAM: 6' 9" DRAFT: 10"to 4'8"
SA: 185² RIG: Ketch HULL: Monohull Ballast: 660
Displacement: 950 KEEL: Bilge Runners & C/Board
No other boat can match Bay Raider’s combination of safety, performance and versatility.  She has traditional lines with a sweeping mahogany sheerline and ketch rig, she represents a modern approach to design and construction. Her most unique feature is her water ballast system where you can choose to fill up the under floor tank which increased stability a huge amount plus you have the comfort of knowing the boat will self-right, ut understand that even empty she is extremely easy to right singlehanded. A self-draining cockpit is unusual for an open boat, but the Bay Raider has that so that even spray will rapidly go outboard without the need to bail. The rudder kicks up for launching and retrieving and to protect it on a mooring. There are four buoyancy champers providing over 2,200 lbs of positive buoyancy with a fifth chamber forward of a crash bulkhead. The performance factor is outstanding and hard to beat on the water. She has a gunter rigged mainsail with luff pocket to encase the carbon top mast. This also reduces the overall length of the main mast for trailering. She has a traditionally-rigged jib. The mizzen sits in a luff pocket with a sprit boom which helps hold her shape. Her hull is easily driven. The rudder and centerboard are NACA designed foils which makes a huge difference in windward performance. This is a high quality day sailor which sells for well over double the asking price new.  

Galvanized Trailer w/jack & winch
Gunter Mainsail
Self Tending Working Jib
Mizzen Sail
Tiller w/Extension & Kick Up Rudder
Positive Flotation
Anchor & Rode
Full Boat Cover

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