When describing a modern race boat, speed and comfort are two terms rarely used in the same sentence. There are a select few boats though, that successfully combine these two attributes and when that happens you have something truly exceptional. The Schock 55 Kokomo, designed by Marek, is one such boat. With demonstrated speed (LMPHRF rating of -27 and US Sailing ORR rating of 1.026), she has numerous podium finishes in everything from the Chicago to Mac race (winning class twice) to local regattas. Post race you have a proper interior with berths for 10 including a removable V-berth, stove and oven, enclosed head, dedicated nav area, numerous opening ports and hatches, the list goes on.....
Moving on deck, the cockpit area has seat backs for crew comfort rather than the more traditional "bath tub" style cockpit arrangement found in many race boats. Top shelf items like Harken winches and deck hardware, Navtec hydraulics, rod rigging, etc. are examples of using quality products for a good end result.
When post race comes, the delivery home will be a pleasant cruise with features like Harken roller furling and below deck autopilot making short handed sailing much easier.
The icing on the cake is Kokomo has spent virtually all of her life in fresh water, far from the effects of salt water/salt air, sun and wear with the added bonus of a short season/only 5 months use each year.
Contact Steve Dake today, so you can begin making a lifetime of memories with family and friends with this truly one of a kind boat.
For more information or details, please contact Steve Dake, Director of Sailboat Sales, at (231) 759-8596 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve has been in the marine business for over 40 years. Please use his knowledge and experience to help you find the right boat for your needs.
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Hull Color- White
Deck Color- Gray/White
Keel- Lead Fin
Lifelines and stainless steel stanchions with gated stern pulpit
Custom open bow pulpit with closure gate
Bow "D" ring for asymmetic spinnakers
Head Type- Pump
Hot Water: Raritan 6 gallon AC or from engine heated
Pressure Water 12 volt
Refrigerator by Adler Barbour
Shower Stall is separate from head compartment
Stove: Regal CNG
Galley sink in stainless steel
Battery switch for isolation of two house batteries and one starting battery.
Inverter for AC power underway
Bilge Pump: Jabsco 36600-0000
Bilge Pump: manual
Stereo Audio by Pioneer DEH-225 with two cockpit waterproof speakers and four interior Bose speakers driven by two Amplifiers
Boom Vang Navtec
Roller Furling by Harken with removable drum
One main and three headsail/spinnaker halyards technora, covered at sheaves and clutches
Numerous sheets for headsail/spinnaker
Running check stays and runners used only to stabilize mast in heavy seas-usually tied forward to shrouds.
Four spreader aluminum mast (keel stepped) and boom
Adjustable mast step with adjustable partners at deck level
Stainless Steel rod interruped shrouds
Double grooved headstay
Autopilot: Raython ST5000
Depthsounder Signet Smart Pak
GPS Garmin 120 wired to VHF
Knotmeter Signet Smart Pak
VHF West Marine 580 with GPS locater code for emergencies
Wind Dir Signet Smart Pak
Main, (3) Quantum technora with white scrim, 2 years old, Quantum Fusion Kevlar, Quatum technocrats
Jibtop, Quantum #1, 2, 3, staysailn (numerous older race sails)
Spinnaker, Quantum Asymmetric VMG, Asymmetric Runner, Asymmetric cruising
Torresen Marine, Inc Muskegon, MI
Torresen Marine, Inc. - The Sailboat Specialists
3003 Lake Shore Drive
Muskegon, MI 49441