23 ft Joel White Design Centerboard Sloop Wooden Sailboat

by Kyle
(Anacortes , WA)

23 ft Joel White design wooden centerboard sloop

23 ft Joel White design wooden centerboard sloop

"Sweet Thing" is a 23 foot Wooden Centerboard Sloop

Hull: Fiberglass over strip plank western red cedar
Deck: Teak

Meticulously refinished throughout
Fresh bottom paint
Green canvas boom tent cockpit cover
LOA: 23'
LWL: 18'8"
Beam: 6'1"
Draft:(centerboard up 1'1") Centerboard down (5'9")
Lead keel bulb: 905 lbs
Centerboard lead: 150 lbs
lead ballast: 1055 lbs
Displacement 2,000 lbs
Sail Area: 193 sq. ft

Offered at $9,500 including trailer

Contact Kyle for more information...

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The Aptly Named "Sweet Thing"
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Here's proof that you don't have to spend a fortune to get on the water and start having fun!

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