condition: excellent engine hours (total): 3 length overall (LOA): 19 make / manufacturer: Stevenson model name / number: Weekender propulsion type: sail year manufactured: 2005
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2005 Stevenson Weekender with mahogany wood trim. This is a very well built Weekender, stitched and glassed inside and out, a very solid hand built boat. Gaff rigged sails , and wheel steering give it all the classic looks. The jib is furling type and makes for a very easy set up. The mast is easy to step, with a person in front to pin the front stay. The rudder swings down and is easily removed for transport. The cabin is cozy, could sleep two, but again very cozy. The boat seems to have a grand scale look , however it is on the small size in person. It does make it easy to launch and transport, you can tow this with any mid size SUV, I am guessing around 850 lbs. total.
The boat comes with a Venture trailer, all galvanized, in great shape. included are #4 life jackets, #2 anchors, fire extinguisher, and a electric out board motor. The deep cycle battery is about six weeks new.
This boat is fun to sail and gets a lot of attention where ever you go. I purchased this Sailboat at a auction, the owner/builder gave the proceeds to the Veterans Association (he is a Vietnam Vet) . I thought the boat was just too beautiful to pass up. However I do live in the middle of Arizona and have limited time to take it sailing. So I am letting it go to a good home. I am not a seasoned sailor but did take some classes in San Diego. Given what I know this is not a deep water or blue water boat. This is really built for mild wind in a protected environment. You can get a lot more info on these Stevenson Weekenders by visiting their website. Just look up Stevenson Projects online. I will do my best to answer any questions you have and please don't hesitate to call show contact info
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