Additional Boat Details
Main salon includes two cushioned seats, fold out center table, galley, navigation table, easy access to engine, center ceiling hatch and six openable windows starboard seat opens into a bed. Bow V-berth; single stern berth, head and cedar clothes closet.
sink, ice box, propane stove and oven, counter with draws.
Garmin GPSmap 943SX chart plotter with more powerful external antenna, vhf radio with antenna on top of mast, AM/FM radio.
Two 12 volt batteries, Shore power cable and multiple outlets, lights and fans throughout the boat, AC/DC converter to charge batteries without running the engine.
In 2011 this boat was listed for $40,000. After negotiations, I bought it for $25,000 in Marblehead, MA.
Improvements since purchase:
 $5000 (September 2021) brand new custom designed 145% Genoa and mainsail and mainsail cover.
 $2800. (July 2018) brand new custom designed floorboards never used yet, stored in my temperature and humidity-controlled cellar
 $2200 (2019) new salon cushions covered with “Sunbrella” fabric
 $1418 (2018) new Garmin GPSmap 943SX chart plotter
 $320 (2021) a more powerful external GPS antenna
 $200 (2018) a new pedestal/binnacle guard for Garmin GPSmap and additional instruments.
 $277 (2017) new dripless stuffing box
 $200 (2019) new toilet
 $200 (2019) engine noise reduction kit
 $300 (2022) installed anti Cormorant spikes on the spreaders
 two anchors
Sail plan: mainsail with sail-pack and 150% genoa. These two sails came with my purchase of the boat in 2011 and are still in good condition and perfectly fine for day sailing/cruising. Additionally, custom-designed new mail sail and 145% genoa are better for racing. Probably add about one knot upwind speed.
$37,915 invested to date.
Currently being used both for sailboat racing at Hyannis Yacht Club and pleasure cruising in Nantucket Sound.