Completely rebuilt by professionals in 2006, only the bare fiberglass hull and bronze fixtures have been retained. The photos don't do justice to the excellent condition her owner maintains. She is a must see vessel if you appreciate fine workmanship on a traditional vessel.....to say nothing about how much fun and space is jammed into a fine 18' sailing beauty.
These are great cruisers that are easy to sail and are roomy enough to spend the night. They have a large cockpit for their size and are very stable. Sanderling is one of the oldest continuously produced fiberglass boats on the market, yet her racing record is astonishing with many boats competing in established fleets.
Completely upgraded with new power, sails, rigging, brightwork, cushions and a trailer. She is a true classic ready to cruise in the water. The varnish is fresh and the maintenance is up to date; so why buy new?
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New 2" high density foam and 2" latex topper cushions in 2017
Ultrasuede fabric by S&S Fabric
New electric panel and wiring in 2006
Original bronze opening port forward
Oil lamp and 12V electric lights
Porta Potti 2008
4 plexiglass fixed ports in 2006
New sole, frames and bulkhead in 2006.
Varnished Cypress floorboards
Varnished Spanish Cedar floor cockpit staving and seats
Teak and Spanish Cedar floor hatch stores life preservers, lines, fenders etc.
Manual bilge pump
12V battery for Nav and interior lights
Bulkhead mounted compass
Stainless steel swim ladder
Mast replaced by Marshall Marine in 2007
All Harken blocks for sheets and halyards, plus traditional bronze blocks
2015 North Sails racing sail w/ 2 reef points: disguised as a traditional sail!
This main is in excellent condition..the off white color resembles traditional cotton
New mast hoops 2018
2007 Quantum Main ww/ 2 reef points in good condition
Mast repainted in 2018
2018 Running Rigging. 3 strand Langman Ropes
POSH halyards and New England Sta-Set double braid sheet
Bottom stripped and barrier coated in 2006
Centerboard pin replaced by Marshall Marine in 2006
New pintles and gudgeons by Marshall in 2006 Varnished teal and hand rails
White ash rub rail
Bronze hawse pipe
Bronze mushroom vent
Load-Rite trailer 1996
New tires 2016
Never in the water
Year: 1965 Complete rebuild: 2006
Designer: Breck Marshall
DimensionsLOA: 18' 2" LWL: 17' 5" Beam: 8' 6" Displacement: 2,200 lbs. Draft: 19" / 4' 4" Ballast: 500 lbs.
Sail Area: 253 sq ft