The conversion team at Scowsailing.com had a chance to sail this grey ghost before conversion and we were very impressed Known as “Firewater” where she sailed in Lake James Indiana, this boat had two owners and both were meticulous. At only 579lbs. (class weight is 595), Firewater is a nimble competitor. Continue reading 1985 Johnson I20: $3000
Jack Sheehan completed conversion of his 1987 Johnson on Feb. 5 with the installation of an aluminum sprit, hood cover and bulkhead. The boat will be named “Scooty Puff,” a nod to the animation cult classic Futurama.
Jack still has a wee bit of rigging to accomplish, but the bulk of the conversion spanned just two weekends. Continue reading “Scooty Puff” joins the Fleet!
A group order for carbon fiber masts will be placed with Forte Carbon Fiber Products on Feb 15, 2017. This is an unfinished mast without hardware or crane. The cost without shipping is $1825.
Anyone wishing to participate in this group purchase must write a deposit check payable to Forte Carbon Fiber in the amount of $1000 and send it post marked on or before Feb. 15 to Stewart Harris, 1320 Constitution Ave NE, Washington DC 20002.
The balance $825 will be due when the mast is completed, before the masts ship. No masts will ship until the balance is paid. Forte has promised completion of the masts no later than March 31, 2017. Continue reading Carbon Spar Orders Due Feb. 15
We’ve never seen this boat in person, but it sure looks pretty from the photos. Owners says it was alwasys stored on trailer or lift. Leave a message at bottom and we will let the owner know you are interested. Entertaining all offers.
Who has the best price on the hard-to-find Inland 20 insignia? It’s a trick question because they are not for sale anywhere. You have to make one yourself. Thanks to Willie Crear for helping with the following: Continue reading Inland 20 Insignia