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à jour au: 2011
1980 Plan Graham & Schlageter, built by Shea Marine
2009 March, For Sale in Muskegon, Michigan, 22 500 USD, This is a 1980 custom built boat by Shea Marine for the 1/2 ton racing circuit that existed in the US in the 1970s and 1980s. This boat is one of three off the mold before the design was adjusted. It is a West Epoxy molded hull-cedar strips, with Plywood Decks. Designed by: Graham & Schlagerter Inc, 1980, Design # 23, Length= 30', Beam = 9'8", Draft = 6', Displacement = 5650#, The wood is in good condition and the hull will pass a survey. The plywood decking and its supports have been updated over the years. In the four years that I have owned the boat I have replaced: New transom to better support the outboard Replaced the hatch molding
New wood to the laminated bow piece. The boat is ready to race (PHRF rating=144), day sail or overnight cruising. It has a 2006 Doyle Main Sail ($2200.), 7 older sails some that have been hardly used. 2 spinnakers 3/4oz, and 1/2 oz, 3 genoas 105%, 2- 150%, 1-Storm Jib, 1-Staysail, A new main halyard, Spinnaker halyard genoa and main sheet, a Harken furler system ($2000), Boom Kicker, Spinlock sheet clutches, A 8 hp 4 stroke Yamaha outboard, electric start, and power tilt ($2900), 5 ea, Lewmar 2speed winches
The 1980 BMW diesel has been replaced with a 2007 8hp Yamaha electric tilt/ start outboard (under 20 hours on engine). The Harken Roller furling was added in 2007, Line clutches were added in 2007& 2008, New main halyard and Spinnaker halyard in 2008. Also in 2007 a New Doyle mainsail. 8 other sails come with the boat. 2 older spinnakers, 1.5 & .5 oz, slightly used. 85% Storm Jib, 105% jib, 3 -155 gennys, 3.5 oz, 5.5 and 3.0 mylar, older, some stained, Staysail-older slightly used. Woodworking has been replaced as needed, new and reinforced transom to hold outboard added in 2008. New hatchway molding in 2008. All other wood is solid and the boat will pass a survey, This boat is easily maintained, good for short handed sailing and can provide a lot of sailing fun for very little money.
2010 September, For Sale in Muskegon, Michigan, price reduced to $7,500
2011 2nd of January, Sold.