SOLD! January 20, 2021: Arrow in MI

SOLD! January 20, 2021: Arrow in MI

SOLD! Arrow #182 w/open trailer
Originally bought as a parts donor, but my heart wouldn’t let me scrap her, so the hull’s been recently rehabilitated and is ready to sail.
Won’t win a beauty pageant, but would make a great second boat for giving 1st timers a thrill, or building beginners confidence for solo skippering.
Original spars, sail, and plank, with freshly sharpened runners.
Currently rigged and can be sailed from my yard if weather permits.
Located in Columbiaville, MI
$1200 OBO
No Go on Mendota

No Go on Mendota


Well you have to figure that since Paul and Ken had their boats set up on Lake Mendota, they’d be obligated to give sailing a try. Paul reports that he “got a little ride, and the snow was too sticky to make it around a racecourse.” Ken said, “The snow was only an inch, yet the razor-sharp quarter-inch runners couldn’t cut through it. Paul got a ride with his draft sail. A special Kau- Bossett design. I pushed back to the pits. Thumbs up to the race committee for canceling racing this weekend; they knew more than the skeeters fleet!”

Big Boats on Geneva Part 2

Here’s the last “missing” installment from this series of videos. In this video, you’ll see how to wrangle a stern-steerer through the open water at the shoreline, typical of spring ice sailing.

Many thanks to 4LIYC Nite sailor Don Sanford for taking the time to find the nuggets in old movie footage and editing them into something worth watching.
Previous: Big Boats on Geneva Part 1.
Big Boats on Geneva Part 3

 

January 23, 2021: DN in Montreal

January 23, 2021: DN in Montreal

DN made in Estonia, Sitka spruce
2 sails w/ bags (all purpose + full speed) in good shape (checked and repaired by Evolution Sailing)
Wooden mast by Steve Goodwin
Carbon fiber tiller, carbon fiber riser

Harken blocks
Sarns runners
Home made aluminum boom
Boat cover
Stays
More pictures
The boat is stored in Bethanie, 1h30 East from Montreal (Canada).
Map
$2500
contact : gregory.perrin87 (at) gmail (dot) com
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