Hurricane Mathew tossed the boat on a pier and beat holes in bottom. I bought the boat a couple of months ago thinking I would rebuild it. But (at 75) decided it is too much for me; and, I would not use ten times even if I did rebuilt it. It has three large holes in the bottom that my fiberglass guy would have repaired for $800 after I did all 20 hours of the prep/fairing work. (Done) Then I would have put Interprotect and bottom paint on it and keep it at the club and then spend money not using it.
I will sell the tapered mast, jumpers, standing rigging, centerboard, folding rudder, tiller, new motor mount, new centerboard winch, and a Pride main, and jib in usable condition….fair(?). Also prepped is the Mahogany cockpit trim…in good shape and ready for varnish or Sikkens.The deck fittings are all in place as far as I can tell. (Not much of the go-fast stuff I read about.)
Price $1200 dollars. You can have the hull itself for free if you buy the parts. I will strip the fittings and pack them if you want them. Mast packing and shipping ( ?) you can have done by/through MCCotters Marina in Washington NC, by the owner Mark Henley.
Separately, I have an old but very serviceable tilt trailer with new bearings for the R-19. $450.
Tom Richter 252 945 0570
Tom and Dorie Richter