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Chris Craft Capitan 26’ Sailboat - $6,300 (TRAVERSE CITY)

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boat type: sailboat
propulsion type: sail
condition: excellent
length overall (LOA): 26
make / manufacturer: Chris Craft
model name / number: Capitan
year manufactured: 1965
Sparkman and Stephens designed this 1965 classic beauty. This is a great bay boat day sailor or weekender. Though we have sailed For Pete’s Sake (FPS) from White Lake to Traverse City with a crew of two.

FPS was painted using Awlgrip paint and Griptex for the non-skid areas about 10 years ago. A large cockpit (7’+) can comfortably accommodate six adults. The deck has aggressive non-skid and a 3” bulwark that facilitates safety when going forward. A 6 HP Mercury 4-stroke outboard tucked out of sight in a well provides auxiliary propulsion.

There is a V-berth forward and two six-foot settees/bunks on either side with storage beneath. A Porta-Potty area is to port forward.

The two through-hulls were re-bedded and the seacocks honed and greased. The sink is functional and there is an area for a “pump” type of spigot for water.

A new group 27 battery, 100W solar panel, and charge controller were added. The mast sheaves were replaced, as were the halyards. It is sloop rigged with two headsails available (110 and 150). There is also a spinnaker and spinnaker pole. It can plug into shore power and has a battery charger. A cooler fits beneath the step into the cabin. The outboard has a new impeller, sparkplug, engine oil, grease, and lower unit lube.

The trailer has tandem axles with equalization mechanism, brakes, lights, and tongue extension. The tires are in very good condition with lots of tread.

Included: Trailer, Danforth anchor and chain/rode, boarding ladder, solar panel, charge controller, battery, 3 fenders, fender board, boat hook, power cord, assorted lines, custom cockpit cushions, boom cover, anchor cover, bug screens, Porta-Potty, outboard and tank, flag, spare impeller, tools, winter frame.

She is currently out of the water on a trailer. There is also a cradle available. There is an option of a different mast, boom, and multiple sails.

Some Stats:
LOA: 26.25’
Draft: 4’
Beam: 8.17’
LWL: 19’
Displacement: 4800#
SA/Disp: 16.97

post id: 7757364836

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