Ready to race, this boat has had strong showings with top five finishes in regional regattas and the top finishes in club series and local regattas.
The boat was converted over the winter of 2016/2017, and has had all the running rigging replaced. The rigging was completely striped and optimized for racing. Comes with ratcheting spinnaker blocks, ratcheting mainsheet block, windward sheeting traveler car, spinnaker in great condition, and club racing sails (one jib, two mains, and extras).
Boat is titled and registered. Trailer is free and not titled. To contact the owner, use the form here
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Scow Fleet Captain Jack Sheehan won the 2019 PRSA fall scow racing series and Scow Race Director Stew Harris won the spring series. The two scow sailors got their names on a plaque at the annual Potomac River Sailing Association soiree, Nov. 15 at the Heavy Seas in Arlington.
The PRSA also awarded Sheehan and Harris with the Nabeel Alsalem Award for fleet development. The scow fleet has grown to six I20s, one M scow and one MC Scow.
Joe and Cole Ewing of Ohio made it two wins in two years, laying claim to the Cherry Blossom 2018 on the Potomac River with bullets in four out of five races. Indian Lake, OH nemesis Brook Patten was close behind, notching one win in race 3, with Jack Sheehan of the Potomac fleet finishing third overall. Continue reading Ewing Wins Cherry Blossom 2018→