1974 Eldredge Mcginnis Motorsailor, fiberglass construction, aluminum spars. Nice looking and an amazing design. The biggest boat in 24' around. A stiff, solid, comfortable sail with room to swing a cat below. Stable, rugged and very forgiving.
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New Curtains. Head is forward with privacy door. Outboard shelves, hanging locker, second cabinet with shelves.
Sleeps 2 adults plus 2 kids
Retractable upper bunks
Fixed lower bunks
Origo 2 burner stove
lots of galley utensils
Sink with hand pump
Deep insulated ice box
Plow anchor with 30 ft chain and 150 ft rode
Danforth with rode
Original Westerbeke 25HP diesel engine, runs great with excellent compression
Spare parts and tools
Garmin GPSmap 180
Datamarine Depth sounder
Autopilot (perhaps non op)
Deck and Cockpit
Fresh cetol on all - 2013
Spare tiller, stainless swim ladder, full safety gear
Full dodger which will need mounting / adapting a bit.
Sunbrella tiller cover
Stainless swim ladder
Stanchions resealed 2013
New boomkin and bobstay turnbuckles - 2013
Boat has a bowsprit which boosts the foretriangle area nicely and allows use of J-24 sails, which these jibs are.
Headsails - 100%,130%
2005 North Mainsail
Spare J24 Mainsail
New dark blue Sunbrella main sailcover
New dark blue Sunbrella jib cover
I used this boat as a warm weather live aboard near Bangor plus cruised her around Penobscot Bay and beyond, and now am working locally so I no longer need her.
She is 37 years old, she's not perfect, has one small deck area which needs injection (easy and not really required which is why I didn't bother), but she sails and motors very well for her size-24 feet on deck but 9 feet wide- shes a big boat, make no mistake...
She easily breaks 6 knots sailing and is incredibly stable for her size. Her designer, Eldredge McGinnis, designed coast guard cutters and it shows in her sea keeping ability.
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