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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Located In:
- Brooklin Boat Yard, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 6,000
Stored with and maintained by Brooklin Boat Yard, FRIPPERY is in good condition awaiting a new owner for day sailing and the occasional overnight cruise.
Please contact John Maxwell at 207-359-2193
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Principle Dimensions & Information
Designer: Carl Alberg
Builder: Cape Dory Yachts
Year Built: 1973
Type: Full keel, fractional rigged sloop
LOA: 18.50 ft.
LWL: 13.92 ft.
Beam: 6.25 ft.
Draft: 2.60 ft.
Displacement: 2,000 lbs.
Ballast: 900 lbs. (internal lead)
Sail Area: 155 sq. ft.
Hull and Deck Construction
Full keel with keel hung rudder
Solid FRP hull construction
Cored FRP deck, cabin and cockpit construction
FRP encapsulated ballast lead
White gelcoat exterior hull surface with painted Red boot stripe.
Blue anti-fouling bottom
Rudder is of FRP construction with bronze rudder post and tiller steering
Deck and Cockpit Hardware
Bronze stem fitting with integral bow chocks
Bronze backstay tang
Stainless steel chain plates
Aluminum bow and stern docking cleats with aluminum stern chock
Dorade style cowl vent
Jib sheet tracks with adjustable sheet leads port and starboard on cabin top
Genoa sheet tracks with adjustable sheet leads port and starboard on toerail.
Jib sheet and halyard winches port and starboard on cabin top
Genoa sheet winches on bronze bases port and starboard at cockpit coaming
Harken cam cleats and jam cleats mounted on cabin top for halyards and jib sheets
Aluminum horn cleats mounted on cockpit coaming sides for genoa sheets
Adjustable mainsheet traveler
Teak toerails, rubrails & taffrail
Teak handrails on cabin top
Teak cockpit coamings and cockpit seat fiddles
Teak companionway drop boards and trim
Fixed portlights port and starboard on cabin sides
Layout and Accomodations
Large comfortable cockpit with plenty of room for family and friends
Simple cuddy cabin with sleeping accomodations for up to four people in a Vee-berth and Quarter-berth arrangement.
Large companionway sliding hatch makes for easy entrance and exit of the cabin spaces.
Cushions for all berths
Storage areas under the berthing platforms
Spars and Rigging
Fractionally rigged, single spreader, deck stepped, aluminum mast.
Spare aluminum boom
Aluminum whisker pole
Spinnaker / whisker pole track (on mast) with adjustable ring car
Stainless steel stranded wire standing rigging
Flexible Furler roller furling headstay
Three-strand Dacron main and jib halyards
Adjustable boom topping-lift
Jib and main sheets
Sails and Canvas
Roller-furling working jib
Roller-furling 120% Genoa
Spare (original) main sail
Additional hanked-on headsails that can be modified for use with roller-furling headstay.
Silva bulkhead mounted steering compass
Honda 2.3 HP outboard motor with integral gas tank
Two gasoline storage containers (1 gallon & 2.5 gallon)
One pair varnished ash oars
One aluminum and plastic paddle
“Super Hooker" (Danforth style) anchor with chain and rode sufficient for normal use.
Three adult PFD’s
Thirsty-Mate manual bilge pumps
Bronze and wood construction outboard motor bracket
Aluminum boat hook
Boarding ladders (2 each)
Fenders and docklines
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.