The 110 was designed by C. Raymond Hunt of Cohasset, MA, in 1939. This one was built by the Hagerty Boat Co. in Cohasset in 1949 and has had a few owners. Iit has been mainly owned and sailed in Michigan although sailed it in the Atlantic for about ten years (ca. 1978-'88). It is fast and able in heavy weather although you want to keep the bow up when sailing off the wind in a heavy sea so it doesn't submarine. On the wind, it points unusually high; try to sail it on one side of the arc bottom for best performance and keep it moving. Condition: The plywood deck was checking - so covered it with fiberglass cloth laid in six layers of epoxy and painted it with light gray Petit topside paint; it has held up very well but needs repainting. The six keelbolts probably should be replaced (some corrosion) carefully. Try to take the keelbolts out without damaging the bottom! Also, the forward quarter of the starboard chine may need to be replaced at some point (too many screws driven in to tighten it up).
Sails: There is a nylon spinnaker with blue top, #1 working jib (small), #2 jib (medium, cotton) and #3 jib (large Genoa) and mainsail--all good sails and dacron unless otherwise indicated. There is an older suit of dacron sails as well as a cotton Genoa and main--along with the aforementioned #2 jib probably the original 1949 suit of sails that came with the boat (as well as the all-white spinnaker). Included too are the three ash battens for the mainsail.
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