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1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2005 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. 2005 was the last time I was inside the cabin before preparing this listing for ebay. She has been closed up for ten years and is dirty in and out. I sprayed Windex in a few areas inside and dirt just wiped off with no scrubbing. Water, at one time, intruded around the forward hatch. Has complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern. Most are in surprising good condition. NO SMELLS. One has a 1.5x1.5 inch hole in fabric that isn't seen when in place. 1 or 2 have an area of cracking vinyl. In all the noted exceptions, I don't think they would be seen or stop you from sailing PREVIOUS OWNER'S DESCRIPTION: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Swing Keel • Pop top • Sail Inventory: 2 mains, Jib (Marked San Juan works w/Cat 22s) and 150 Furling I think all are usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Comes with 2 Rudders. Usable but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Soft spot forward of hatch • Crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. See photo. A pontoon boat repair guy told me that a braze could patch for about $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or just cut a Plywood Hatch • Standing rigging, I am no judge but it worked when last used and it has been out of the elements since. • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. • Will also include a sliding galley out of a 1984 Cat 22. It slides under the cockpit starboard seating when not in use. It has a faucet, sink, water fresh water holding tank, a drawer and a place for a small portable propane stove. I was going to sell it separately on ebay. They normally go from 150-200. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• New load range 'C' tires were put on in Spring of 2010. 63 Miles total mileage as boat was towed from one of our rental homes to our house in Martinsville. No cracks or aging seen.• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have clear titles for boat and trailer. I have described everything I know about her to the best of my ability but I am no sailor. Somethings may be better and others may be worse. She is a project boat and sold as is. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana (Just south of Indianapolis) An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due in CASH when picked up. No checks or money orders of any kind. Pickup within 7 business days of end of listing. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking and your interest
1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2006 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. Selling because soon after buying her, a heart problem took the wind out of my sails. Thought I would sooner or later, but unfortunately I will never be able to sail her. The following is description of previous owner: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Does not include motor (One available for a separate purchase) • Swing Keel • Pop top • Has sails, usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern are in decent condition • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Rudder is good, but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Small crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Some cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. It pushed into the mast, and the mast has a small crack in it of approx. one inch. A aluminum boat repair guy told me that a weld could patch for $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or Just cut a Plywood Hatch • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• Good tread on tires• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have titles for boat and trailer She is a project boat and is sold as is. I will cannot entertain low balling, consider trades, or Ebayers with negative feedback. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis. An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due is to be paid within 7 business days in cash only. No checks or money orders of any kind. You may pay balance via PayPal prior to picking up the boat. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking
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ISLAND PACKETCUTTER / SLOOP RIG 26 MK I 26' LOD, with Bow Sprit 30' LOA. 24'1" LWL, 10'6" Beam. Swing Center Board 2'4" up 5'6" down. Main 195 S.F., 100% F.T. , 207 S.F., Total 402 S.F., Displacement 8000 lbs, Ballast 2750, Berths 5, Head, Galley, Headroom 6', Huge Companionway with Giant Hatch, Fuel 18gal, Fresh Water 30gal.Full Records Since New with Original Bill of Sale, Master Carpenters Certificate, All Service and Owners Manuals, Drawings, Exploded detailed Drawings, Receipts etc...Cockpit rivals that of 40 footers,.She has the comfort and feel of a much larger vessel with an 8000lb displacement and 10'6" beam. YSM12G Yanmar Diesel, Lewmar Self Tailing Ocean winches, Lewmar Ocean hatch, Room for 8 to 10 people in cockpit, vast Storage etc... Two owner fresh water boat. Many upgrades. Interlux barrier coat and Micron bottom paint 2009. Beautiful and Completely Re-upholstered interior 2012. Lowrance electronics 2009. CDI Roller furler, Doyle Stack and pack / Happy Jacks main, Newer Running rigging 2010 or newer, Ray Marine Wheel Pilot, (NOT INSTALLED) YARD Trailer, etc...Completely equipped and ready to sail.She was custom built by Island Packet for the Eckrich Meats family. She was Sailed on lake Wawasee in Indiana (a small fresh water inland lake) from 1981 to 2008 were she had an easy life on an small Inland Lake. She was professionally maintained and kept indoors for winters while there. I bought her in 2008 and I have sailed her on the Western end of Lake Erie. I have made many upgrades and have provided covered winter storage and excellent maintenance. I'm selling due to an illness. I've sailed her every year but one since I purchased her. She's a beautiful boat with Traditional lines and sails exceptionally well and stable. She's had an easy life and it shows. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION;From top to bottomWindex with LightAnodized Aluminum Mast, Booms, Spars and SpeadersLED Anchor LightStanding rigging is heavy duty Stainless and is in excellent conditionNewer Steaming Light with built-in Deck LightMainsail; DOYLE STACK AND PACK crisp and at 90% conditionJSI 130% JIB Headsail excellent condition crisp and at 85 - 90%CDI roller Furl in excellent conditionSTAY SAIL with roller furl and club boom crisp excellent condition 90%Beautiful & colorful Drifter/Spinnaker excellent condition 80 - 90%NO repairs to sails, all are in excellent condition.I have replaced all running rigging in the last few years.In the cockpit;Binnacle with Built-In Cockpit Table and StorageGIANT Port and Starboard seat Stowage LockersAll control lines run to cockpit for easy and comfortable sailing New in 2010 Lewmar 16st single speed self tailing winches, Like New cond.Large stainless railing around entire stern with Double LifelinesTeak Wheel Steering through stern for added safetyHigh quality Cockpit cushions in very good conditionFull traveler with oversized main sheet control line and oversized bock and tackle CamLOWRANCE High Definition HDS7 GPS CHARTPLOTER with High Definition Sonar Depth and Super-Sensitive 16 Channel GPS Antenna. Customizable Advanced Networking capabilities. NMEA/SeatalkPyle AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/SD card, Multi media patch Stereo w/remotePoly Planer Water Proof Marine SpeakersUniden Atlantis 250 handheld Marine RadioGuzzler manual bilge pump, rebuilt 2010 and auto bilge pumpAlso comes with older boom tent/canopy, good conditionNot Installed, RAYMARIE Autohelm ST4000 Wheeldrive Autopilot NMEA/seatalkMorse Marine Engine Controls2 Huge Sole Hatches for Full Access and MoreFore Deck;Bow Sprit with Large Stainless RailingsLarge Lewmar HatchThrough Hull Deck Pipe Rode and Chain LockerCQR style anchor with chain and 200' of 3/4" rode 2011S/S Chainplates, and StemheadDecks;Stainless Bow, Stern and Stanchions, Double vinyl coat lifelinesTwo Cockpit Scuppers in Covered Sump6 opening Lexan ports w/ screensForedeck Cowl vent with water trap4 mooring cleats 2 chocks2 spring line cleatsGenoa Track w/ cars and blocksTeak cap rail, deck and cockpit trimIn The Cabin;Extra Wide Vee Birth with Stowage and water tank underHead with Porta-Potty and Large Cedar lined Locker, Shelf and Operational PortholePort Side Single Settee with Stowage lockers behind and belowStarboard Side Settee Pulls out to Full 2 Person Double Birth Stowage lockers behind and belowInterior Unit and Bulkheads Heavily Fiberglassed to HullOiled Teak Bulkheads Cabinetry and TrimMain Cabin Bulkhead mounted folding table with storage and racksTeak Cabin SoleForepeak Chain LockerAll new commercial Marine Upholstery and foam 2012Solid Teak Companionway StepsGalley;Large 10 cubic feet ice boxDeep Stainless Sink20 cubic feet dry stowage lockerFolding counter extensionFlush mount cutting board in place of range. Easily changeable to rangeLift out trash binMechanicals;Yanmar YSM12G 12 HP diesel with reduction gear transmission1" diameter Selloy S/S Prop shaft3 Blade PropBronze Shaft Log with Cutlass bearingNon-corrosive muffler and exhaust systemIntake Seawater StrainerFuel Filter18 Gallon Aluminum Marine Fuel Tank2 Heavy Duty Interstate Deep Cycle Batteries 2013 & 20114 way Master Battery SwitchMaster Electric Panel with battery test and breakers30 Gallon Fresh water tankBronze Through-hulls and gate valvesUnderwater Metals electrically Bonded Finally; There is much more to this Island Packet than I have listed.She is fully ready to rig and sail today.She could use a detail after winter.As I said in the start of my listing, I'm selling due to health reasons only.She's a beautiful well maintained, well equipped vessel.I wasn't able to detail her before she was laidup for the winter, so she could use a good detail.She was however winterized properly. All fuel drained and refilledwith fresh and stabilizer, oil drained and refilled, engine and strainer drainedand refilled with antifreeze, bilge cleaned, all lockers opened and cushions stood up,batteries on float charge, electronics removed etc....Comes with a great Roadrunner yard trailer. I use it to haul the boat the 12 miles between my home and the marina. It does a great job. However, If you're wanting to transport the boat a long distance on this trailer (over the road) it will need to be upgraded to a heavier weight capacity. I called Tri County Wheel & Tire in Northwood, OH. & Loadmaster Trailers in Port Clinton, OH. The price for 2 new 6000lbs complete axles with brakes, springs, complete hanger kit and 4 new tires and rims would be $1700 to $2000. plus installation about $400 then you would have a near new over the Road Trailer.If you don't need a Trailer at all, then I'll reduce the price of the boat $1500.00.
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For sale is Blue Jay #5195. Built in 1970, it is fiberglass with interior wood accents. Includes original trailer that is titled and licensed in Indiana. Boat sails great (just sailed on 10/4/14), and I always get compliments on its classic looks and colorful sails. Mainsil and Jib are much newer and are in excellent shape; also includes a spinnaker (probably original) and is rigged as such. Trailer has new LED wiring, new galvanized wheels (includes 2 other wheels with good tires). Boat has new trailerable cover, foam mast and boom supports for storage, rudder has been glassed and has a couple new coats of spar varnish, interior wood was sanded and refinished this summer, includes various things like life jackets, cushion, trapeze, bumpers, etc.. Boat has typical scratches and imperfections as is typical of a boat this age, but is in overall good sailable shape. Hate to sell it, but I'm moving across country and doesn't make sense to bring it with me. Located in Indianapolis, IN, I can help with delivery if gas is paid and for a reasonable distance. Asking $1500; Pictures available here: https://plus.google.com/photos/116275069390715069275/albums/6066801191588415585?authkey=CJ7z-vWJx_KsUg
We're told all features on the boat appear to be in good condition and functioning as intended. The Seller indicated that all of the electronics function properly. A survey is recommended, as the boat has been in storage. Don't Miss This One!! Stock #181376 ++ Clean MacGregor Motorsailer -- Many Extras -- Don't Miss!!++ If you are in the market for a motorsailer, look no further than this 2000 MacGregor 26X, just reduced to $10,000 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Rochester, Indiana and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Mercury engine. Reason for selling is not using.
Overall, the vessel is in above average condition. This Pearson 43 Motoryacht is a one of a kind, custom vessel. All three of her owners have worked to make her something truly unique and a versatile water getaway for family and friends. Stock #173940 One of a kind vessel with unique features throughout! If you are in the market for a motoryacht, look no further than this 1985 Pearson 43 MY, just reduced to $50,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Evansville, Indiana and is in good condition. She is also equipped with twin Crusader engines. Reason for selling is looking for a sailboat.
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What a great versatile day sailer / coastal cruiser sailboat! When I purchased this boat, I was looking for some specific things. (1) I wanted a boat that my wife would enjoy that did not heel much. Due to the shape of the hull and the hard chine, Potters tend to sail flatter (5 degrees less than other monohulls) meaning that wives will feel more comfortable and be more willing to go sailing. (2) I wanted a simpler boat and smaller sailboat, that translates into less expenses to maintain. (3) I wanted something that I could tow from lake to lake, increasing my sailing area and experiences. (4) I wanted a boat that was super easy to splash and recover off of its trailer, one that I could do by myself if need be. (5) I wanted a 'classic' that would maintain its re-sale value. I found that the Potter fit the bill completely. The boat has been sailed in primarily fresh water lakes, although a previous owner had sailed it sparingly in saltwater, but always kept it on its trailer after each sale rather than leaving it in a slip. The boat has a brand new roller furler, used about 3-4 times. The sails are nearly new, purchased by the previous owner and still very crisp to the touch. The head said has the blue sacrificial cloth to keep it protected from the sun, and the mainsail and winches have their own covers. The boat has tiller steering and a newer fiberglass rudder, with the original wooden rudder as a back up. The boat has the 'blue water layup' which means that it has a thicker hull for coastal cruising. However, the original mast raising system was removed from the boat as the po never used it, preferring to have a second person help raise the mast. I built my own system, using treated 2x4's as a gin pole which works very nicely. One person can easily raise and lower the mast, and can even do so on the water, granting access under lower bridges. The cockpit is a nice size that can easily accommodate 4 adults. The outboard is a 2013 Nissan, 6 hp, long shaft 4 stroke (burns normal gas with no oil to mix) and only has about 20 hours on it. Inside the cabin, you'll find an adequate size v-berth and 2 quarter berths that can sleep 4 adults. It has a new stove, newer battery, boat hook, life vests, anchor and rode, smoked plexiglass companionway cover in addition to the original wooden one, and a porta-potti. The trailer is a Gargas trailer and has been upgraded with all new wiring, LED tail lights, new safety chains and rollers and new wheel bearings. My intent was to tow it 1,000 miles from Indiana to Florida, and so I ensured that it was ready for any length trip. It also has a mag compass and a Hummingbird fish finder (depth gauge). While shopping specifically for a WWP 19, I drove more than 800 miles one way to look at a boat that was a 2005, priced at $11,500 ... and it was pathetic in relation to this boat! Though it is a 1996, it has been well cared for and can last its next owner a lifetime. The centerboard cranks up very easily and allows a draft as shallow as 18 inches, which means that it can be beached, or it can be extended to 3.5 feet which allows it to sail upwind satisfactorily. When I first purchased the boat, the po didn't have the bimini secured properly, and the wind sheer from the drive ripped the cloth. The frame is in perfect shape, but the canvass needs to be sewed or replaced. After spending a year searching for the right boat, which this boat was, I am now selling it because I have just recently had a major change in my sailing area. I had been sailing Lake Michigan and a local lake, but have acquire property in Florida with a mooring ball. I no longer need to trailer a boat to Fla. but can now just leave one on a mooring. I have replaced the Potter with an older Catalina 27 (1982). I have reduced the price to allow for a new canvass for the bimini. Happy hunting for your next sailboat, and hopefully, it will be my WWP 19.