|Cape Dory 25
1977 Cape Dory 25
Hull # 462
Main sail, 2 Jibs
All dock lines, sheets, running rigging and extra line to remain with
Evinrude 9.9 hp motor
Very desirable slip; rent paid through Winter
All cushions, life jackets remain
Standard Horizon Model 150 digital speed and depth instrument (included
but not installed)
www.capedory.org/specs/cd25 to learn more
1984 Capri 25 - "Chutzpah"
Hull No. 400 - standard rig, fin keel. Well-maintained.
Dacron sails - main (fair), 110 genoa (good), 150 genoa (fair), nylon
9.5 Mercury outboard on retractable mount (good condition, low hours).
Knot meter and Depth meter. Whisker pole. Marine deep cycle battery
12V. Basic PFD's.
No trailer. Currently at Guntersville Lake, North Alabama, Browns
Creek Sailing Marina. Fresh water only.
Selling to move into Catalina 30 - will miss her responsiveness and agility.
http://home.mchsi.com/~knish for more details.
1981 O'Day 28 "Good News"
Specs: LOA/28' LWL/22'11" Beam/10'3" Draft/4'8"
Displacement/7300 lbs. Ballast/2550 lbs.
Engine: Yamaha Outboard 9.9 HP
Tankage: Fuel/two 5 gallon plastic (removable),
Water/25 gallons PVC and Holding tank.
Forward enclosed V-berth stateroom followed by enclosed head with
shower to port. Next aft is main salon which has straight line
settees both to port and starboard.
Port side bulkhead mounted table. Aft port galley, aft starboard nav
station with aft quarter berth to starboard.
Stateroom and Salon cushions in very good shape
Galley and Head:
Hot and cold pressure water system - hot water tank should be replaced
or removed from system. Stainless steel sink.
Space for two-burner stove (we used a white gas camping stove).
Ice box. Electrically operated head with holding tank and Y-valve.
Loran-C receiver. VHS transceiver with mast head antenna.
GPS system. Autohelm ST4000 wheel-mounted autopilot.
Raymarine ST40 Bidata knot meter and depth sounder (uninstalled at the
110 volt and 12 volt systems. Shore side power cord, deck inlet,
and 110 volt panel. 12 volt ship's panel, interior cabin lights
and running lights.
Sails and Rigging:
Isomat aluminum mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging.
Dacron running rigging (3 yrs. old). CDI roller furling genoa sail
with sun cover. Double reef main sail with sun cover. Lewmar
winches. Rigged for spinnaker.
Aluminum framed bimini.
Anodized cast aluminum folding mast steps. Foredeck anchor well
with anchor and anchor rode. Flag staff. Stainless steel bow
rail and stern pulpit with integral swim ladder. Rail mountable
propane grill. Vinyl coated double lifelines with starboard
There is some work that needs to be finished. I removed all
of the thru-hulls as the plywood backing plates were rotted and the
thru-hulls were corroded. I have new solid bronze seacocks to
install along with a sheet of FRP (also known as a thermoset polyester,
FRP is a fiberglass-reinforced polyester) to serve as a new backing
plate. A different motor mount (that I also own) should be
installed for a deeper reach.
Shasta Compact Travel Trailer
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Vintage 1968 Shasta Compact Camper Trailer
Gutted and rebuilt all new interior, new cushions in
2010. Magic Chef 4-burner stove/oven, microwave, Engel AC/DC
refrigerator, LOTS of storage, dinette makes into Queen-size bed,
bunk/storage above, can sleep 3, sink, 5 gallon “Luggable Loo” toilet,
door with screen, air-conditioner, good ventilation, two ceiling vents,
auxiliary battery, large 1500 watt inverter, electric brakes with
7-blade plug, propane tank, spare tire, load-leveler stabilizer 2-inch
13' long, 6'6" wide. Has been towed
cross-country with small Honda Element. Road-ready to hook up and
House with Blue Roof