Cal 2 30 Sailboat Boats for sale
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Priced to sell!! Great boat with a new survey this spring. Survey lists boat as above average conditions with a current retail value range of $14,00-18,500. Many mechanical and cosmetic improvements/updates over the last several years including a new roller furler jib sail this spring. Includes steel cradle. 1970 Cal 2-30 LOA 30' 2" Beam 9' Draft 5' 30 HP Atomic 4 The boat is priced to sell fast and includes everything you need to go sailing plus lots of extras. It’s currently in the water at beautiful Anchor Pointe Marina in Curtice, OH. The slip is available to the buyer for the rest of the season. We own the slip free and clear but obviously won’t need it anymore, so if you want the slip for next year, we will sign over ownership to you for free—you just have to pay the yearly association fee (due in February) plus about $27 per year in property taxes. Last year our cost for everything for the entire year was about $1135. That included the association fee/dock, power and water, launch and haulout, bottom wash, winter storage, summer cradle storage, and all taxes.......that’s less than most marinas charge for just the summer dock!!!! Anchor Pointe has a swimming pool, showers and flush toilets, laundry facility, gas dock with pumpout, and there are clean port-a-johns on every finger for those who don’t want to walk to the flush toilets. Plus it just has a bunch of really nice people. The Boat: 1970 Cal 2-30 (30' sailboat) The Cal was built when fiberglass sailboats were a new idea and no one knew exactly how thick the fiberglass needed to be. This boat was built to last. The hull is solid hand laid fiberglass up to 1 ½" thick. The keel is encapsulated in fiberglass with no keel bolts to worry about. HOBO is all fixed up and ready for her next adventure. The boat includes: Description of Equipment: 3 Type III PFD’s, 1 Type IV LifeSling 2 Type IV Square cushion throwables SOS flag SOS blinking flashlight 2 BC:1 hand held fire extinguishers Hand held refillable air horn and pump First aid kit Danforth S920 anchor with ~10' of chain and ~150' of ½" nylon line Anchor “ball” Manual Bilge pump 12 Volt bilge pump Oil and Waste Discharge stickers Oil absorbent cloths Uniden Atlantis 250 VHF Radio Apelco 260 fishfinder/depthsounder Garmin GPSMAP 76C (Color GPS) Paper chart of Lake Erie Chart No. 1 Swim ladder Deck broom Grabber tool Boat hook 4 dock lines 3 fenders Wheel steering with spare tiller Winch handles Winch covers Main, Genoa, Jib, and sail bags Shore power cord Microwave Bug screens Air conditioner with hood Clip fan 2 110V lights 6 12V lights (built in) Fitted v-berth mattress pad V-berth sheet set with fitted bottom sheet 4 couch pillows Newly painted steel cradle Engine oil, Fogging oil, Marvel Mystery oil Spare transmission cover gasket Left over bilge and deck paint Multimeter, safety glasses Non-glass inspection mirror Equipment manuals Boat and engine information folders Wood mast supports for mast-down winter storage Two fitted tarps with tie down lines for mast-up winter storage (tarps are worn---for use as templates---quick & easy to install, tight fit, lasts several winters) Misc parts and things I forgot to list. We are getting out of sailing completely, so everything goes!