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Fleet Boats

All sailboats are fully equipped with mainsail & jib plus required Coast Guard equipment. Inspected annually by the Coast Guard Auxiliary. Sailboats from 18 to 23 feet are available in the Boat Club fleet. The fleet currently includes:

Precision 18’

Precision 21’

Catalina 22’

Precision 23’

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Precision 18’ - designed to be a lively, well-mannered sailboat, fun and easy to sail.  Includes roller furler headsail and full main with reefing system.

SPECIFICATIONS: Beam: 7’42”; Draft: Centerboard up 1.50’; down 4.25’; Sail area: 135 sq. ft.; Displacement 1100 lbs; Ballast 350 lbs.; designed by Jim Taylor

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Precision 21’ - is designed to be a family day-sailer that will accommodate a family of six. Great for beginners as it's responsive, forgiving, stable and easy to handle.

SPECIFICATIONS: 30' Mast height, above water; 192 sq. ft Sail Area, main and jib; 8.25’ Beam; 1.75’ Draft, board up; 4.67’ Draft, board down; Displacement 1875 lbs; Ballast 600 lbs.

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Catalina 22’ - is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world. Equipped with a roller furling jib makes it ready to sailing in a matter of minutes.

 

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Precision 23’ - The P-23 features a simple fractional rig mast that is easy put up and with her short spreaders & inboard chainplates, upwind performance is impressive Lively performance, reliable handling and high stability are all the hallmarks of the Jim Taylor designed boat. Special emphasis has gone into giving the P-23 her particular bright and uncluttered interior. The especially large companionway, multiple cabin ports and forward hatch contribute to the feeling of light & open space. The design provides a reassuring margin of both reserve buoyancy forward and ensures more knockdown stability.