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2014 CORE SOUND 15 #153 ($8500. With 2.3 Honda, custom cover, and trailer) LOA…15′, BEAM 5′-5”, DRAFT…7″ – 2′-8″ @ DWL, Overall length with trailer 21’6”, SAIL Area 100 sq. ft. Hull WEIGHT 300-350 lbs, DISPLACEMENT 750 lbs (340 kg) @ DWL With people and gear, ENGINE 2 – 10 HP; 2 HP for trolling, Capacity 5 Adults Max This Core Sound 15 #153 was expertly built and rigged by Alan Stewart of B&B Yachts to create the construction video available on the B&B Yachts website. She is in very good condition, with main mast tabernacle for fast and safe rigging. Sail track, and B&B sails with two reef points in exc. condition. Two-part epoxy paint. Has stainless rub rail and keel caps, Andersen Bailer, custom oars by Alan, 2.3 hp, air cooled Honda 4 stroke. Only a few hours on motor. New carburetor. Torsion sprung 2015 Magic Tilt galvanized trailer with bunks. Cover has zipper access and openings for both masts raised and rigged. Forward rub rails could use attention. May fit in standard garage at 21’6” overall length with trailer, or shorter if trailer tongue hinge added. She’s the CS15 in Alan’s video on the B&B CS15 web page. B&B kit alone would be ~$5,300. We’re downsizing to a B&B “electric” Amanda skiff we’re building in Florida for birding, wildlifing, exploring. More information at http://bandbyachtdesigns.com/cs15/. She's the one Alan has on the rail. Located Washington, NC. Rick Zablocki, 252-945-4472
I've just (finally) finished re-rigging an older CS 17 (#218) from a sock-style sail to the new new sail track. I have new sails and am very happy with the performance of the boat thus far. Thanks to everybody who gave advice along the way. I have a more basic sail question that I need help with. In the picture below, you will see two grommets on either side of the clew where I have affixed a snap hook. What is the purpose of those grommets?
I am building a new boat (see "new design, 15' cat ketch" thread in the Design Forum) and I am offering the old one and its trailer to a good home. The boat is a heavily modified Siren (from Clarkcraft.com) with a batwing sliding gunter rig and no jib, with large buoyancy compartments. Very nice sail and oar boat (homemade oars included), quite zippy especially on a beam reach. Lots of interesting old-time details (eye-splices, wooden toggles, jiffy reefing line, etc.). The trailer is a 12' EZ-Loader galvanized steel affair: it's in fine shape with full set of working lights, etc. Asking price is $700 for boat AND trailer. Location is NW Ohio.