A wonderful sailboat for novice and experienced sailors alike. Good stability for the beginner learning to sail, but also lively, responsive, and fast enough to please even the experienced sailor. A comfortable, roomy cockpit with full bench seats and a spacious dry storage compartment make it great for extended outings. A higher freeboard means you can sail earlier in the Spring and later in the Fall without getting wet and cold. A fully adjustable weighted steel centerboard (that automaticall kicks up) means you can sail in shallower waters without the worries you'd have with a daggerboard. Reef points in the mainsail mean you can still have fun even when the wind really picks up.
Mainsail, jib, rigging, and all lines included.
Other features include:
*Teak splash board
*Self bailing cockpit
*Thick vinyl rub rail
*Molded non-skid surfaces
*Anodized aluminum mast and boom
*Built-in foam flotation for self-rescue
Manufacturer: Annapolis Sailboat Builders
Designer: Joseph V. Puccia, Naval Architect
Model: Pirate SN: 96
Length: 15' 2" Beam: 5' 6" Sail Area: 140 sq. ft.
Draft w/ Centerboard Up: 7" Draft w/ Centerboard Down: 3' 6"
Two replacement deck tangs (they are brand new) need to be installed, but I ran out of time.
The trailer is in good shape, but tires will likely need to be replaced. They hold air but leak slowly (35psi down to 15psi in about 4 days). Replacements (size: 4.80-8) cost about $25 each plus installation.
$900 or best offer.
Call Eric (618-614-zero-one-86)
Member Since: Apr 20, 2018
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