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Great racing boat or daysailer. Hull completely rebuilt in 2008. Professionally upgraded and race-readied in 2012 by Small/Harvey.
Key work performed:
– all standing and running rigging replaced
– keel faired and moved max forward
– hull faired and painted with VC performance epoxy
– replaced flotation, installed 6 inspection ports
– forward 5 ribs strengthened: installed new foam and glass ribs, installed compression tubes, finished with epoxy paint
– support added to seats/deck
– installed single point lifting system
– new HR R19 GEN 4 Jumperless Mast installed (optimized to boat per current Rhodes 19 Class Rules)
– new aft sheeting traveler and mainsheet barney post installed
– cuddy control console installed (backstay, twings, cunningham, and fraculator led under deck)
– 2:1 jib sheet system with Harken pin stop dinghy track and ratchet blocks installed
– standing Rigging Package w/Sta-Masters and Dyform Uppers installed
Boat comes with:
– HR Tapered Spinnaker Pole
– anchor (per class rules)
– manual bilge pump
– boom tent
– docking and mooring lines, fender
– road ready custom trailer, registered until 2018
– stern and bow mast travel support with ratchet straps
– 2 practice sets of sails (main/jib), 1 spinnaker
– 1 brand new (never used) set of main/jib (Doyle)
– Raymarine Tacktick T060 Micro Compass (new 2015)
Boat currently has a coat of bottom paint (prepped for new coat) and is stored in garage.
Asking $ 11,900
Contact Peter Weise (firstname.lastname@example.org or 781.244.9773) for more information and to see boat.
Excellent racing condition! Rhodes 19 East Coast Championship First place – 2007, 5th place Chicago Nationals – 2004.
Closed cell foam ribs and flotation tanks. Hull faired and painted with VC performance expoxy. Keel re-installed and balanced. Center seem glassed from stem to stern. Hull is solid.
Recessed spin blocks, 2 point center lifting straps, barney post, stern traveler. Easy to sail and handle to focus on the racing!
(2) sets of sails (main/jib), (1) spinnaker.
Call Angela Duplin @ (617) 605-6195 or email for more info @ email@example.com
I have a sale with the following dimension for sale.
The Quantum, Dacron, sail dimensions are:
Leech- 24’ 7″
Foot- 9’ 10”
The sail has standard aluminum/alloy headboard for the halyard attachment, 3/8” slides up the mast for easy hauling and durability and it is in great shape. I do not know the age of the sail but I believe it is barely used. I do not have a sail bag for the sail storage and I do not have the 3 batons needed—but those should be easy enough to obtain. The R19 class logo is not on the sail. I would like to list the sail at $350 and I will pay for the shipping.
Belle McDougall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Stuart Rhodes 19, Centerboard. 1993.
Beautiful boat, well maintained, barely a blemish to be found, original gelcoat still shines like new, no repairs ever, none needed, ready to sail.
Check it out online, fast and stable, seats 6, active racing fleet, exc. resale value.
Nice galvanized Lil Rider trailer in excellent condition.
2014 2 hp HONDA OB.
Newer furling jib with CDI furler
Gusher built in bilge pump (manual operation)
Kick up rudder
Custom mooring cover
Other extras included
Please note that new boats are still being built today by Stuart Marine in Rockland, ME and they are selling for around $30,000.
If you would like more information, please call me. Emails will not be answered.
You can reach me at 603-547-083one. Thank you.
Perpetual Awards were as follows:
Cressy – Bob Bernstein
President’s – Bob Bernstein
Don Quixote – Mike Hebert
Novice – Gretchen Hartke
Travel – Zane Yoder
Robert Jensen Masters – Bob Bernstein
Corinthian Sailers (under 25 yo) – not awarded
Fleet Championship – Chicago
Zane won the Travel Trophy, who told the tale of breaking down 130 miles from Montrose with broken springs and more and were rescued by a trailer specialist after a huge wait. Rumor has it that his return drive was also challenging!
Bob Bernstein won the Presidents Trophy – for leading the hosting of 2016 Nationals on top of his long and storied contributions and participation in the class. Click here for the full story.
Congratulations also to the Chicago Corinthian YC for putting on a first class regatta. Everybody had a great time.