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- Located In:
- Norwalk, CT
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- Current Price:
- US$ 26,000
- Sale Pending
Yes it even comes with the trailer! Beautiful pocket cruiser the Harbor 20 is the perfect day boat. Turn on the electric motor or sail off the mooring, the huge cockpit is perfect for a sail with friends or easy enough for some "alone time". Have a look, it is ready to enjoy.
Please contact Peter Thorsby for further information or to schedule a personal showing. Tom@Prestigeyachtsales.net or 203-981- 0145
Please contact Peter Thorsby at 203-353-0373
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Steve Schock
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 20 ft 0 in
Beam: 7 ft 0 in
LWL: 17 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Displacement: 1800 lbs
Ballast: 900 lbs
Dry Weight: 1800 lbs
Seating Capacity: 8
Genoa - New in 2016
Manufacturer Provided Description
While the Harbor 20 presents a graceful shearline counter, its underbody and rig make for a fast and easily handled contemporary daysailer. The result is a competitive, cost effective, and easy-to-use boat. With good stability and loads of conveniences, the Harbor 20 can be rigged in minutes and sailed single-handedly or with a group. The 20's accommodating cockpit holds up to eight persons. Deep coamings provide comfortable back support. Two removable ice chests are tucked in just under the deck. All halyards and lines are led below the deck. They lead to the Harken hardware mounted on a shelf at the aft edge of the cuddy cabin. This design keeps the deck clean and simplifies sail control. The self-tacking Hoyt club boom and the roller furling gear eliminate much of the jib sail handling. The club boom will also act as a vang, holding out the jib when running wing-and-wing. The fully battened mainsail is also easily dealt with as lazy jacks are rigged for easy furling on the main boom. The Harbor 20's 900 lb. torpedo-like bulb keel keeps the weight low in the water. This keel design gives the boat plenty of stability in heavy winds without slowing it down in light air. W.D. Schock builds the Harbor 20 to one-design class rules. As an option, Schock offers CopperPoxy non-sloughing bottom coating sprayed into the hull mold. It reduces annual bottom maintenance to a simple wipe-down. This copper-based, environmentally friendly barrier is carried in an epoxy binder which resists osmosis. The bottom finish does not deteriorate when hauled out for winter storage.
The one-piece hull is 100% hand laid-up fiberglass. W. D. Schock Corporation has engineered and built the hull to yield maximum strength and rigidity, with reinforcement in areas where large loads may be exerted. High gloss white gel coat is used.
To support the keel, a hand laid-up fiberglass keel grid is bonded to the hull. This adds strength to the hull and makes it very easy to clean the bilge.
The main bulkhead is placed forward of the keel grid. It is bonded to both the keel grid and the forepeak liner, adding strength to the hull form. The main bulkhead has a smooth fiberglass finish on both sides. The forepeak has a cabin sole with access to the bilge. There are two ice chests, one port and one starboard. The sides of the forepeak are finished fiberglass, providing a clean, tailored look.
Lead ballast totaling 900 pounds is encased in a fiberglass shell. Eight stainless steel keel bolts are used to attach the fin to the hull. The unique design offers maximum lift and minimum drag while the bulb design locates more weight down low to increase the righting moment of the boat.
The keel is also designed with a keel sump, so any water in the bilge will be collected at a low point and then pumped overboard.
Rudder & Tiller
The rudder is located well aft for maximum control. It is a spade design and is constructed of laminated fiberglass and high-density filler. The shaft is Schedule 80 tubular stainless steel. The tiller is laminated and varnished wood. The rudder head is aluminum, and the tiller cheeks are stainless steel
Deck & Cockpit
The deck’s fiberglass is also 100% hand laid-up. It is cored with end grain balsa to give it stiffness without adding to the weight of the boat. The deck is a light silver gray gel coat. The non-skid on the deck and cockpit seats has an attractive diamond-shaped pattern.<
A large lazarette hatch sits aft of the Harken mainsheet traveler and can easily store the optional electric motor or an outboard.
The cockpit is long, comfortably seating up to eight. The cockpit sole has two large hatch openings for easy access to the bilge. Two large seat hatches give access to the batteries for the optional electrical system and optional electric motor. The mainsail cam cleat is mounted on a barney post for easy control of the mainsail.
The cuddy design of the deck incorporates a shelf that accommodates almost all of the sail controls - dual jib sheets, jib sock halyard, jib roller furling line, main cunningham, main halyard, lazy jacks, jib outhaul and mainsail reef line. All of these lines are lead under the deck to reduce deck clutter and windage.
An advanced jib club boom is standard. Designed by Gary Hoyt, this self-tacking jib boom does not need a boom vang. It holds the jib in good trim at all wind angles. A roller furling system makes jib handling even easier.
The mast, boom, spreaders and jib club boom are all clear anodized. The standing rigging is stainless steel and the running rigging is dacron. The lines are colored to make identification easier.
Control devices include a vang under the main boom and an adjustable backstay that leads under the deck and exits to a cleat in the cockpit. Also, several adjustable controls run inside the spars - the halyards and the lazy jacks are led inside the mast, and the mainsail outhaul is led inside the boom.
- Custom hull color and cove stripe
- Electrical system: 2X12 new battery/control box/switch panel/port, starboard and stern navigation lights
- Electric motor
- Electric bilge pump with electronic switch
- Jib winger
- Mast hinge
- Halyard hammock
- Lifting eyes
- Block foam floatation
- C-Foam cockpit cushion
- Cockpit cover with jib sock
- Pattison main
- Pattison jib (battened)
Pop up mooring cleats (4-2 stern, 1 bow, 2 spring line)
- Lifting sling
- Asymmetrical spinnaker equipment including: tack line with shackle, tack line cleat, tack line bushing for the bow, spinnaker sheets (2), spinnaker sheet blocks (2), spinnaker sheet backrest pockets (2), spinnaker sheet ratchet blocks (2), spinnaker sheet cam cleats and wedge (2)
- Trailer with mast carrier & keel guide
- Raymarine ST40 Depth with transducer
- 12V adaptor
- Solar panels
- Mooring chocks
- Battery voltage meter
- Shore power charger and cable
- Mooring cleats
- (2) Paddles
- Aluminum anchor with rode
- Mooring cover
- Fitted winter cover
IJPE : 220.75 sq ft
I : 25.75 ft
J : 7.00 ft
P : 26.00 ft
E : 10.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 232.00 sq ft
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.