'Fireball', a Ranger 29 For Sale
by Rod Fisk
Tuesday night beer can racing, and another win!
'Fireball', my Ranger 29 family friendly racer/cruiser is for sale.
Complete galley, sleeps 5 in double V berth, 2 settee berths and large quarter berth.
Bright red hull and white deck.
Asking price: $8,500
FireBall got the whole family into sailing. We sail on Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin hailing from the marina at High Cliff State Park. From parking lot to sails up takes on;y about ten minutes. Our grandson Colin who turns three on January 8 has really taken to sailing and will be an "old salt" while still very young. Our extended family is growing and we need a larger boat so Fireball needs a new home.
LOA 28’ 7”
Beam 9’ 4”
Draft 4’ 8”
410 sq ft of sail
Skeg mounted spade rudder
30 hp Universal Atomic Four inboard
Heavy 150 with reef;
2 - 95% jibs;
6 stainless steel winches, 4 are two speed with two single speed halyard winches;
All spinnaker gear;
Two burner alcohol stove with oven;
Bow and stern rail with double lifelines;
2 anchors and anchor lines;
Shore power with 30 amp shore cord;
Manual bilge pump;
Roller bearing traveler;
Martec 2 blade folding prop.
New main and jib halyards in 2015;
New digital wind instruments in 2016;
New dual readout digital compass in 2016;
New digital knot/log in 2016;
New cabin top hand rails in 2016;
New cockpit cushions in 2016;
Rewired alternator in 2016;
New companion way slides in 2017;
New lifelines in 2017;
Recently reupholstered cabin cushions;
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