No I do not know the seller; but she has boards -points high and is fast for her age and time of design. Draft
is like 16" boards up and 5' boards down. Would be a great go anywhere boat, fiberglass
They were sold in two separate ways: Finished and Unfinished. In the unfinished version the interior
was not finished, allowed the buyer to get into the boat at a lower price and finish the interior
themselves. Depending on which Model, such as a Mark II, is the more desirable model - slightly longer waterline, additional length, 14 inches or so added to the stern. The y have been around long enough to have developed their own unique repair and upgrade issues. If he is structurally sound she is definitely worth a look. Good shape and painted should be worth 30K plus, poor shape certainly not more than 10K.
Both the MKI, MKII and MKIIA are listed in the free
Multihull Dynamics database.