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Old 02-02-2018, 18:21   #1
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Fully Outfitted Bluewater Cruising Sailboat - $7500

1977 William Atkins Sloop Inga
28' 3" on deck 31' LOA

Proven Bluewater cruiser in the style of Lin and Larry Pardey. Go Small. Go Simple. Go Now!

San Francisco to New England via Tierra del Fuego over five years with previous owners and up and down the east coast and Bahamas the last two. All single and double handed. Boat is set up and ready to go this winter.

Engineless for the last 9 years, but still has the mounts if you wanted to install an inboard. Prop aperture has been glassed over and thru hulls sealed. Boomkin would make it possible for an outboard too if that were desired.

Ferrocement hull is solid and rust-free. Professionally built in Washington state, not a backyard build. Perfectly fair hull often mistaken for fiberglass and heavy built for offshore sailing. Standing room below up to 6'2" -amazing for a boat this length!

Layout is double berth forward(not quite a V berth), moving aft, in the main cabin: stove to stbd and sink/counter to port. Berths on both port and starboard with a folding table between. and a nav table with chart storage overhanging the starboard bunk. Head is behind ladder with plenty of storage behind.

Atkin & Co. - Inga

Boat is located at Glades Boat storage along the Caloosahatchee River/ Okeechobee Waterway. Perfectly located to start your Carribean cruising adventure or to be trailered to your cruising ground of choice. As seen in photo, mast is down for storage/transport.

Equipment List:
New standing rigging 2012. Dyneema Dux with Colligo Marine deadeyes on external chainplates.
Overbuilt with double headstays and backstay for extra bluewater confidence.
Sails in good shape - Main with 2 reefs, Stays'l, Drifter/Jib good off the wind, Brand new (2016) Storm Jib
Aries self steering windvane - rebuilt 2016
20kg Rocna Anchor with 200' 5/16 chain. Chain locker midships to keep the weight centered.
2 speed manual windlass (Muir hurcules) heavy secondary steel danforth and aluminum fortress both with chain leader and plenty of rode.
3 immersion suits
all USCG required safety equipment - flares, pfds, etc.
Bronze opening portlights
60 gallons freshwater tankage, push extra jugs
Composting bucket head
Manual freshwater foot pump in galley
Propane single burner stove and two tanks
Galley wood stove (currently stack is disassembled for Caribbean cruising, but would be easy to re-install).
wire jacklines run the length of the deck for clipping in offshore - 3 chest harnesses and lanyards included
50watt solar panal with charge controler and deep cycle marine battery
All interior lights LED
Masthead Nav lights (LED)
tri-lobe Radar reflector
VHF with integrated GPS and AIS
SSB receiver for weather
EPIRB with battery good until 2020
4 person offshore liferaft (valise packed)
Manual Bilge pump- whale gusher
Oil Lamps for atmosphere down below
Clean title

Will include dinghy with oars (no engine) for $500

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Old 04-02-2018, 20:27   #2
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Nicely appointed boat. I have a Flicka and always like to see what others with a small boat are doing. How much does your boat weigh? Is the beam 8' 6" or less?

I'm going to go down to College Marine this week to have them rig my boat. My only concern is the SK75 seems like it has a lot more creep than the newer types SK99 and CM20. Did you have to re-tension very often? Any observations using deadeyes would be a great help too.

Thanks for you time and any information you may be able to pass along.

John Schubert
Missoula, Montana
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