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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / Gas/Petrol
- Located In:
- Kemah, TX
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 12,500
Sailing School SPECIAL!!! Want to turn some heads while you are learning all the points of sail?
This little Cape Dory 19 Typhoon is a sweet little daysailor that you can just get on board and sail away turning heads all the way along during your sail...
The current owner of this 1971 Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender has gone through an extensive refit and restoration program an has spared no expense along the way... As you read through the list of what all has been upgraded and improved you can imagine the money he has invested which far exceeds the modest asking price for this fine example of one that has been completely gone through and is now ready to go! Looking for a real beauty that you will be proud to sail up to any dock, anywhere? Be sure to take a very close look at this one, we are certain you will love it!
The listing Broker for this vessel is Doug Hughes, CPYB. He can be reached directly on his cell phone at 832-561-3344 or email Doug@SeaLakeYachtsllc.com for any additional information, to arrange a tour or to make an offer.
Please contact Doug Hughes at 832-561-3344
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 18 ft 5 in
Beam: 6 ft 3 in
LWL: 13 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 7 in
Displacement: 2000 lbs
Ballast: 900 lbs
Total Power: 6 HP
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: #F6LMHA, with owner’s manual
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Power: 6 HP
Details, Upgrades, Improvements and Safety Equipment
1971 Cape Dory - Typhoon Weekender (a weekender has the cuddy cabin)
Hull #210 - built 1971 (designated a ‘classic’ by TX Parks & Wildlife – need not display the TX sticker)
Full Displacement hull, full keel and balanced rudder
- NEW PAINT AND VARNISH 2014
Bottom Job - Red Ultra, 2014
Hull - Aristo Blue Awlgrip, 2014
Teak – 8 coats varnish, 2014
- NEW NAV EQUIPMENT 2013
- Garmin Handheld GPS, GPS Map 78sc, 2013
- Ritchie Explorer B-51 bracket mount compass, white, 2013
Teak “Nav” Station fitted to space for drop boards (holds air horn, gps and compass)
Mast Light new, 2012
NEW YAMAHA OUTBOARD in 2011
- Cape Dory original outboard bronze motor mount
- Red poly fuel tank, 3 gallons with ample hose and fittings; plus 2-gallon portable gas can and Internal tank on motor.
- Battery, 12amp hour, West Marine 12V, AGM, 2012 (and battery tester)
- 500 milliamp Solar Panel for continuous trickle charge)
- PFDs for 4, plus two throwables
- Quickstep boarding ladder
- One Kiddie Mariner 5 fire extinguisher
- Orion Locate Plus-4 signal kit
- Proper manual sounding devices (air horn, whistle)
- West Marine First Aid Kit
- Two (2) manual bilge pumps
- 6 Fenders
- Ample Dock Lines
- Seat Cushions, full length, blue vinyl, cockpit and interior for cuddy cabin
- Drink holders, white vinyl
Sails & Rigging
Sails, Canvas and Rigging, Most New in 2012:
Main: Dacron Battened 5.6oz Main (96.73 sf), new 2012
Furling Genoa 155%, 5.0 oz Dacron with white Sunbrella UV cover (101.67sf), new 2012
Running rigging, new 2012
Re-tuned mast & standing rigging, 2012
Boom Tent/Cover , 11’x10’ full length zippers fore and aft, burgundy Sunbrella, new 2012
Bimini, white Sunbrella and white Sunbrella boot; 3 bow, 7/8” SS frame with all SS fittings, new 2012
SS Bow pulpit with 2-line lifelines
Vinyl shroud and lifeline covers
Classic Bronze Sheet Winches
Mechanical and Electrical
Yamaha 6 hp Outboard - 2011 (Model #F6LMHA, with owner’s manual)
Outboard has both the Internal and External Fuel Tanks
Features the Cape Dory original bronze outboard motor mount
Brief Overview, Highlights and Description of the Cape Dory Typhoon
The Cape Dory Typhoon, "America's littlest Yacht", is one of the most popular sailboats ever built. There are more than 2,000 sailing from mountain lakes in the Rockies to the blue waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Carribean.
The Typhoon is a joy to sail for beginner and expert alike. Carl Alberg designed her that way. The Typhoon's "full keel", with 900 Ibs. of molded-in ballast gives the Typhoon the feel of a larger boat, with the steadiness and stability not found in many larger designs.
The Daysailer features a deep, roomy cockpit with teak seats. You sit in her, not on her. There's ample dry storage space in a forepeak locker. The Typhoon Daysailer is the perfect boat tor learning the fundamentals ... she does what you want, smoothly and predictably.
The Cape Dory Typhoon Daysailer, an honest uncomplicated craft to provide you with countless hours of sailing pleasure.
The Weekender has the same "full keel" as the Daysailer. Carl Alberg designed her with moderate displacement and ample ballast for exceptional stability under sail. Her huge, comfortable 6 foot cockpit is self-bailing. Roller reefing and internal halyards leading to the cockpit combine for easy handling whether sailing with a crew or single-handed.
Below decks, the cuddy cabin contains forward V-berths, 2 quarter berths, and an area for an optional marine head and portable ice chest and stove, plus a surprising amount of storage space. She's a great boat for overnighting and weekend cruising.
The Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender's generous exterior teak coamings and trim radiate a warmth and beauty typical to all the Cape Dory yachts.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.