Looks like a Seahorse board boat from Ledo Marine
. What more do you want??
Design looks like a Sunfish rip off right down to the rig. Might be able to source parts
, if needed, from the Sun Fish
. See them often on Ebay. The cracks around the center board trunk could be just cosmetic gel coat and easily prettied up with Bondo and a little paint
. A layer or two of epoxy
and cloth if they go deeper. Damage to the dagger board and rudder
are typical from running into hard water
. The Sail/Sun Fish
had kick up rudders which helped to prevent damage. Epoxy
and clamps will probably repair any cracks. Might be able to fill in lost
wood with thickened epoxy resin and a layer of cloth over but have to be careful that the board will still fit in it's puka.
Learned to sail on a Sail Fish, smaller version of the Sun Fish, that I built from a kit. Great little boat to learn on, easy to beach launch and sail with the lateen rig. Very tippy so you'll get used to getting dumped in the water
and righting the boat if winds are gusty. Loved to sail the boat on the edge of inverting. Did manage to get it inverted and the sail stuck in the mud once. The cotton sail forever after had a brown stain at the head