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SIMPLICITY was built by Paul E. Rollins in 1982 to a William Hand design and featured in Roger Taylor’s “Thirty Classic Boat Designs”.
The very definition of “Salty”, she has sailed from Maine to the Grenadine Islands twice, and successfully operated as a 6 pax. charter boat out of Rockland, ME.
SIMPLICITY is in excellent condition due to her relatively recent construction, and the current owner renewed all of the paint and varnish on the hull and deck this spring. She has new sails and rigging and is ready to launch.
31 ft at waterline, 35 ft on deck, 41ft overall
5ft 6 draft
Bald headed, gaff rigged, double ended, tiller
Hull: Alaska Yellow Cedar on Oak bent frames. Copper and bronze riveted fasteners. Iroko garboards. Plywood deck, fir cabin trunks with plywood tops, mahogany bulwarks.
Engine: Yanmar 2GM diesel. Two blade folding propeller and 3 blade fixed propeller, shaft offset to port. 35 (?) gal stainless fuel tank
Ground Tackle: 30lb Bruce, 35lb fisherman, 55lb fisherman, 50lb Fortress. 150ft 3/8 in chain.
Electronics: Furuno 1621 radar, Standard Horizon VHF, and Garmin GPS Map 3205
Sails: Main, Fore, Staysail, Jib; brand new, never set. Oceanus, made by Dayle Tognani at Traditional Rigging. Used storm trysail, good condition.
Rigging: Brand new, never used galvanized shrouds made by Tom Ward at Traditional Rigging. Stays are stainless and in excellent condition. Brand new, never used bronze thimbles and turnbuckles. Fir masts, booms and gaffs, newly refinished.
Interior: 3 bunks with cushions, new stainless steel water tank, never hooked up. Hand pump sink, 2 burner propane stove and oven. Refleks diesel heat stove. Rule automatic bilge pump, and Whale manual bilge pump.
Recent survey, owner financing available