The Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender is a tough and forgiving timeless classic designed by Carl Alberg. 2000+ of these gems were built between 1966 and 1986. 'Sequoia' is Hull #1173. Nicknamed "America's littlest yacht", she is kindly, stable, stout, and remarkably dry.
'Sequoia' was lovingly restored with absolutely no expense spared between 2008 and 2010. See full specs for details on the boat and trailer and on the restoration.
Price now reduced to $13,000 firm.
Please contact Marge Welling for a showing of this yacht at 503-289-6306 x4
Fastidious refinishing and repainting with Pettit two-part epoxy of the deck, hull, mast, and boom
Deck resurfacing with KiwiGrip in a medium nonstick pattern
Seven coats of InterProtect 2000 antifouling paint
Replacement of all external trim with African mahogany by a professional cabinetry craftsman
Hatch cover fabricated of alternating strips of mahogany and maple (striking and gorgeous)
Replacement of all thru-hull fittings with new bronze valves
Refurbishment of classic bronze hardware: cleats, winches, chocks, etc.
Replacement of tracks, blocks, tiller shift, and other hardware with modern gear
Reinstallation of hardware with backing plates using “West System” technology for superior strength
Sails & Rigging
Outfitted with Top-of-the-Line Sails, Sheets, and Sail-Handling Systems:
Rolly Tasker fully battened main, 100% jib, and 150% genoa all in excellent condition and all new in 2008 with very light use
Storm jib, 120 genoa, drifter, and spinnaker all in very good condition
2 original bronze sail winches
Halyards replaced in 2010
Danforth anchor with plenty of chain & 200' line
Easiest Outboard You’ll Ever Own:
Featherweight air-cooled 4-stroke Honda with internal fuel tank
Drives the boat at hull speed at half throttle with a range of 7-10 nautical miles between refills
Mounts conveniently on the original outboard cradle (which still looks virtually new)
When not in use, stores easily below the cockpit sole in a custom-built cradle
Electrical & Electronics
One 12v battery, new 2010
Additional Gear & Upgrades
Like-new interior cushions for v-berth, quarter berth, and interior seating area
Like-new over-the-boom style cockpit awning
Whisker pole, fenders, dock lines
Manual bilge pump
Stands for dry-docking/repairs
2009 bottom paint is in like new condition
1987 single-axle Conroy Boat Trailer with spare tire
Originally built 36 years ago at the Cape Dory yard in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Previous owner restored the boat in 2008 to 2010 in his shop in Texas.
Fall of 2010 current owner purchased from previous owner in Texas
Used Four Times by Current Owner Since the Restoration/Delivery in the Fall of 2010:
Current owner never has had it in the water for more than 3 days
Current owner stores on a trailer in a climate controlled, fully-enclosed workshop
'Sequoia' is one of the finest examples of a Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender you will find anywhere.
She has been lovingly restored to better-than-factory condition.
Her classic design and stunning custom woodwork garner more attention than boats costing ten times as much – and she is more fun to own and to sail!
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 800-763-1445Tel: (503) 289-6306