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Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. | Posted By: barry
This 1982 50’ Shannon Staysail Ketch got hit during hurricane Irma and was de-masted. She is having her interior and exterior rebuilt by a sailboat rebuilder and the work continues. But the seller has another rebuilding project he is working on and would like this Shannon sold so he does not have to own 2 projects at once. The boat has already received a custom bowsprit, custom cockpit hard top and the toe rails are being rebuilt as well as having the broken hand rails replaced. All chain plates have been re-bedded and new SS standing rigging will need to be ordered when the masts have been ordered. The beautiful solid teak interior does not need much work, but a number of bronze ports will need to be installed. The hard headliner is in great shape and all overhead lighting is working. The galley is well equipped and operational, all settees and tables are in very good condition and all berths are ready for sleeping. Both heads are working and the master has a stall shower. There was no interior damage, but the workers exposed the chain plates for inspection so they could be re-bedded. There are 2 air conditioning units working on shore power to keep the interior cool and dry and the generator will take over when at sea. This Shannon was well equipped before the storm and now a new captain can purchase her and finish the ordering and installing of the new masts and new rigging. If you have skills to finish this project or wish to hire someone to do it, please call Barry at 954-873-1800 and we will set up your personal preview of this lovely world cruiser.
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