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Old 23-08-2010, 19:36   #1
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Boat: 1974 Ray Greene Rascal II
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Early Mini-Sail, Williamsport, PA

Length Over All- 13', Beam - 3'8", Draft - CB Up - 3", CB down 2'6"
Mast Length 19'6" - Sail Area 80 sq. ft., Weight 95 lbs.,
Built-in Buoyancy 200 lbs.
Glass Reinforced Plastic hull. White bottom, Blue Top, Made in England.

Easy to setup. Very similar in size to a Sunfish but rigged differently.
This boat has been stored inside for most of it's life and has very
little wear. The paint is oxidized and could use a good buff.
The centerboard and rudder have been refinished. The sail mast pocket has
been patched at the very top. This is a good boat for a beginner or
someone who would like a small boat to single-hand. No trailer.
This is supposed to be a Car-topper. I have transported it using the
ladder rack on my pick-up. Delivery possible for gas and pizza money.
Has Original manual.

If it's not too windy tomorrow I will set it up and take some pics.

Available for inspection near Williamsport, PA
$500 or considerably less to a good home.
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