19 foot Buzzards Bay Sloop, a gaff-rigged centerboard day sailer designed by Pete Culler and built at the Landings School in 1984.
Length overall: 18 feet 8 inches, draft 2 feet, sail area 177 sq. feet.
Construction is cedar planking on oak.
See pages 18-20 of “Pete Culler’s Boats” by John Burke for a discussion of this design including lines, construction plans and sail plan. This particular boat was built as a smooth plank version as requested by the original owner rather than as a lapstrake hull as shown in the plans, otherwise it follows Culler’s design and details.
About eight years ago a rebuild was done by Tom Townsend.
The purchase of this vessel includes a boat trailer in excellent condition only a few years old and an electric Torqeedo outboard motor. There is a removable motor bracket on the starboard quarter for mounting this motor when needed. The assorted gear includes fenders, docking lines, life jackets, a hand compass, a fitted mains’l cover and a battery with a solar panel (mounted on the foredeck) to power the bilge pump.
This craft has served as a fully satisfying daysailer on Penobscot Bay for the past two summers. Her sale is prompted by the purchase of a larger craft.
For further information, contact Ed Porter at the attached email.
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