Yes, not bad boats, the 7.7 not too good to weather
due to shallow draft
but a lot of interior
for a trailerable boat. Sailing to weather
is highly over rated... except for the fun of it! They were built up here nearby in the PNW. I cant remember if they had another building plant in the east or not. Small family
run business. I used to race
on the SJ 21, 24, 28 and 30's.
Looking at your link, maybe I'm thinking of the SJ26, it's predecessor. It looks like the 7.7 has a bit deeper draft
. Looks pretty good. Watch for toe rail leaks
, pretty common on many boats of that vintage with the aluminum
toe rail extrusions, and the Clark boats were not without some. BIG job to fix. is it mildewed smelly below? Try to look at the boat after a good rain and look for drips inside.