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16-Jester Sailboat

16-Jester Sailboat


Wheaton, Illinois

Year 1981

Make Jester

Model Jester 16

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 16.0

Posted Over 1 Month

I am moving up to a larger boat. I bought this boat in winter 2013. At that time it had not been sailed in 27-years and had been kept indoors. The sails look brand new. Here is what I have done to the boat: New mast and rigging including a new backstay rig - this is not going anywhere now. New ruddercraft hydraulic rudder and extra long tiller for single handing. New axle, wheels, tires and spare on the trailer. New flip up wheel stand for tongue. New submersible LED lights for trailer (purchased, not installed). I have put more money into this boat than I am asking for it but I can't have two boats. In full disclosure there is a drip at the keel swing bolt which I believe just needs to be tightened. Huge cockpit fits 4-6 easily. Comes with a water resistant canvas cover. She's a fast boat at all points of sail but get her off the wind and she screams. My son and I got crazy one day and were sailing her down wind in 20 knots and were flying right up to the point the mast snapped - hence the new rig. Sorry, but I am peeling the name off of it, that belongs to me.

2004 Com-Pac 35

2004 Com-Pac 35


Annapolis, Maryland

Year 2004

Make Com-Pac

Model 35

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 37'

Posted Over 1 Month

2004 Com-Pac 35 "Jester" is a late model Com-Pac 35 that is clean, well cared for, and ready for her next cruising adventure.  Her owners have reluctantly retired to a landlocked location and are ready to let their beloved yacht. With her boom furling mainsail, roller furling genoa, and all control lines led aft to the cockpit, "Jester" is easily managed by the single-handed sailor or a couple. Solidly built from quality materials and with legendary Com-Pac workmanship, she will safely carry her crew on the Bay or to the Caribbean with excellent performance and comfort.