How popular was this design? The first one came off the line in 1969. By 2009 they had built 15,000 hulls. In the early 70’s they introduced the same design with a fin keel. In 1986 they redesigned the boat and added a winged keel. In 1995 they redesigned it again and by then, the originally optional pop top was standard. This 1983 model has a swing keel raised by a winch just inside the companionway. So, with the 2’ draft it can easily be launched and retrieved. The hinged mast step makes raising the spar and rigging easy and straight forward. Below she has berths for 4 or 5 with a double forepeak, starboard settee and a dinette to port that converts to a double. There is a place for a portable head under the port forward V-berth. There’s a galley sink just aft of the port partial bulkhead and a place for a stove across on the starboard side. The self-draining cockpit has a large locker on the starboard side. The outboard has been professionally maintained and runs well. The owner has passed and family members can’t use her.
2019 7.5 Mercury Outboard Trailer Mainsail w/Cover Storm Jib Working Jib 150% Genoa Spinnaker w/Pole Tiller w/Cover Bow & Stern Rails w/Lifelines Pop Top Deck Hatch Dual Battery 12v Electrical System Portable Head Anchor Fire Extinguisher Misc Few Life Jackets
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