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Bay River Skiff 15 “Local Honey” For Sale


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SOLD!!!
 

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Launched in 2016

Built of Meranti marine plywood, and locally-harvested White Oak and Black Walnut

A mark 3-style weighted centerboard provides a cockpit surface free of c/b control lines.

Painted with 2-part polyurethane inside and out

Rigged for very fast setup at the ramp.

Sails are furled to aluminum masts (they stow on the masts for quick setup)

Self-stowing boarding ladder

Galvanized trailer w/center roller system, new 3/22

8’ oars, leathers, ring oarlocks

Kick-up rudder with clamcleat release 

Lounging panel (popular w/first mate)

Camp Cruising panel and 1-person tent

Roger Barnes-style tiller lock

Fire extinguisher

Anderson bailer

Tiller extension

Masthead float

4# Danforth anchor and rode

Two fenders

Navigation lights

VHF radio

Dock lines

$4,000

Suzuki 2.5hp outboard motor ($600 add)

 

Located in Tryon, NC, but will meet with seriously interested parties within a 5 hour radius.

 

Walk-around video:  

 

Rigs in under 15 minutes!  (Especially when you don’t snag a tree stepping the main mast!)

 

 

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Well, the new owner took her out for a sail with his son last Saturday.  They had a delightful time.  IMG_4019.thumb.jpeg.0b77c3944de2ff3ce38ddb7a74e1de0e.jpeg

 

When pulling her out and up to the parking lot to derig, the main mast struck a limb, and snapped off at the deck!  IMG_2128.thumb.jpeg.18fe9936e5329cf3fe76b6bfb01ddf04.jpeg
 

He is determined to do a temporary repair, to get him through this season.  He plans to make a new one this fall/winter.  I think he’s crazy, but he is confident it will work.  Oh boy!

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So, here’s the rest of the story.  He had a local man who works with aluminum make the repair.  They slid in a solid aluminum insert.  He sailed her once or twice here in NC, and took her to Maine on vacation.  These are photos of him sailing on Eggamoggin Reach. Off the water! Was a stiff breeze, and everything performed well.  Whew!

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