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J-22 – #473 – 1985 – $8000


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Boat:                1985 - J-22 - #473 – J/Boats (Tillotson-Pearson);
Original deck layout;  flat mast step;  teak trim;  blue v-berth cushions
2018 - new jib cars;  2017 - removable cabin screens; 1993 - mast spreaders.

Hull:                 White hull,  white deck w/ beige non-skid,  blue boot stripe,  annual V-17 bottom paint.
Motor mount;  bow pulpit,  spinnaker pole;  Davis Winddex 10
2007 - Lifting Strap and plywood companionway brace (Davis Lifting Bracket)
2011 - Bottom stripped and painted, keel faired and epoxy

Sails:                2005 - Doyle main and jib with blue horizontal stripe.  Main with blue "USA 473" and "J-22"
1986 - Shore spinnaker with blue "473",  orange star pattern with red, yellow and white border
main/boom sail cover; main & jib tube bags; spinnaker launch bag.

Motor:              1985 - Evinrude 4-hp outboard long shaft blue/white,  2011 - 3-gal red plastic fuel tank w/ hose
2017 - full serviced at Parma Marine;  Model # E4BRHLCOB

Trailer:             1985 - Kleeco Trailer, 20 ft,  white single axle,  6 pads,  940 lbs
wood mast supports w/ roller for trailering/storage; wood ladder;  2014 - new tie downs
2009 - new surge brakes, tires, bearing caps, wiring, lights, stripped & painted

Compass:         Plastimo Contest 101, bulkhead mount, center cockpit below companion way

Lights:              Perko: upgraded to LED in 2015-17.  Tricolor sailing light atop mast.
Red, green, & white deck mounted running lights; Mast steaming light.
Anchor light may be hung from backstay, with deck connector; Cabin light.

Electrical:         Six gang fuse switch panel; 16-ga wiring, soldered connectors, screw terminal blocks
20/15 & 30/15 Straight shore power adapters;  2015 - Battery & box, group 24 deep cycle.

Safety Equip:    PFD w/ whistles:  Adult: 4- #1, 6- #2, 1- #3;  Youth: 1- #3;  Child: 1- #1, 1- #2; 
4- #4 throwable cushions;  1 ring with floating line;  Safety harnesses: 2 adult,  1 child; 
Distress signals:  22 meteor flares/w pistol;  10 handheld flares;  6 orange smoke;  
1 orange flag w/ black square & ball;  mirror;  1 green dye. 

Other Safety:    Danforth 8-S anchor w/ 200-ft 3/8” nylon & 5-ft chain;  2 wooden paddles;  manual bilge pump; 
2 buckets;  air horn;  extra cartridge;  mouth horn;  compass;  charts;  2- 6-volt lanterns; 
hand tools;  4 fenders;  6 dock lines;  Loos #91 tension gauge.

Electronics:      West Marine VHF250, handheld VHF radio w/weather, no DSC
Garmin GPSMAP78sc, handheld GPS

History:            Day sailed, 3-6 times per season, 4-6 hr day/evening sail out of Whiskey Island Marina, Lake Erie off Cleveland within five miles of shore, between the Crib, Rocky River, & Gordon Park, or on the Cuyahoga River.  No measuring certificate.  Winter storage at home on trailer.

Docked:            Whiskey Island Marina, Slip # A-38.  19th, right-side, "A" dock.
2800 Whiskey Island Rd, Cleveland, OH  44102.

Owner:             Hank Haynes - H.Haynes@cox.net
Olmsted Twp., OH  44138
440-829-9204 - C    440-235-6941 – H

 

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Additional information:

Sails are still crisp and serviceable for day sailing.

2005 - Doyle main and jib - day sailed 3-6 times per season, 4-6 hours.

1986 - Shore spinnaker – rarely used

Running rigging will need replacement.

Standing rigging, no breaks, bends, or fraying.

Hull, deck and bulkhead are solid; all through fittings regularly caulked.

Never raced – no measurement certificate.

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