The Seidelmann 24 is a really fun boat to sail. Produced after the popular Seidelmann 25 which was much beamier, the 24 has a hull designed by Bruce Kirby and a deck designed by Bob Seidelmann. She sports a shoal keel with centerboard so it is easy to launch and retrieve and also has a mast that is hinged and stepped on deck. To make things easier, there is a mast raising system as well. The interior has sitting headroom and berths for 4. There is a galley unit with SS sink and a place for a stove (not included) and the head sits in front of the partial bulkhead. The kick up rudder hands on the transom. This is a good looking and fast boat in all wind conditions.
1986 Johnson 2-stroke outboard Trailer w/brakes, winch & jack Mainsail w/Blue Sail Cover Working Jib Genoa Tiller w/Blue Cover Traveler 2 Lewmar 7 Winches Knot Meter (needs work) Bow Rail & Stern Loops w/Lifelines Open forward deck hatch 12v Electrical w/new battery Manual Fresh Water System Porta Potti Head Danforth Type Anchor w/Rode & Chain 2 Boat Fenders 1 Fire Extinguisher 2 Life Jackets Life Ring Auto Electric Bilge Pump
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