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1970 18 (ft.) Marshall SANDERLING

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General Information

Listing# 144731

Price
$9,995.00
Location
Sister Bay, WI, United States
Manufacturer
Marshall
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1970
Category
Daysailers
Designer
Breck Marshall
Model
SANDERLING
Status
Used
Length
18 (ft.)
Beam
8.5
LOA
18
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Outboard

General Details

The Sanderling is one of the oldest continuously produced fiberglass boats on the market. Over 830 of them have been built since 1962. A common sense daysailer/weekender offers a spacious cockpit and roomy cabin for its length. Easy to sail single handed, her size, stability, and self bailing cockpit allow her to withstand challenging conditions. A quick, responsive, one-design is raced in ever growing fleets in the Chesapeake, New Jersey, and New England.

The molded cockpit offers a clean look with reduced maintenance and increased comfort.

Specifications

Description
 All lines are handled from the cockpit. No headsails or backstays to worry about. In a sudden squall, you can "reef" by simply dropping the peak of the sail. By design, catboats have a large beam, thereby accomplishing a stiff and stable plane of sailing. The cockpit on the Sanderling is self-bailing and coamings are high to keep out water..
Features
  Teak rub rails and coaming caps Teak hand rails on cabin top Teak trim around cabin trunk Teak louvered companionway doors Teak centerboard cap Self bailing cockpit Burnished bronze hardware Fixed bronze portholes (4) 3” foam berth cushions for two Painted aluminum spars Spun Dacron halyards and sheet 5.4 oz. Dacron sail Sail cover Working Sail Area : 253.00 sq ft Varnished ash tiller Cockpit Cushions
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.