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International 14 Sailboat (STURGEON BAY)

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condition: fair
model name / number: International 14
size / dimensions: 14x6
This is a project...that's why it's free!

International 14 sailboat. ~1997 vintage. Built in New Zealand for the 1997 Worlds in San Francisco where it finished 22nd.

I picked this up as a project 6-7 years ago, made the structural repairs (dings in the hull) but didn't get much further. A move across the country put things on hold...now I'm going to be moving back in the direction I came and don't want to take it with me!

My plan was to re-rig it using the rig from a 29er XX (Google it...it was a bid to be the women's Olympic double hander). The design was to the new rules in 1997...there have been some minor advances since then. This is not going to be a race winning boat, but could be a lot of fun. Twin trapeze, lightweight, racing skiff.

What you get:

1x hull - carbon fiber composite construction. Both honeycomb and foam. It is still light and stiff
2x masts - 1 is the I-14 mast (double spreader, carbon fiber, masthead spinnaker halyard), 1 is the 29er XX (multi part mast)
1x boom - Original carbon boom from the I-14
2x bowsprits - the I-14 and the 29er XX
2x mainsails - 1x I-14, 1x 29er XX
2x jibs - 1x I-14, 1x 29er XX
1x spinnaker - 29er XX
Daggerboard
Rudder Blade
Tiller/rudder cassette
Tiller extension
Aluminum Dolley (Seitech) - the cradle plywood is pretty tired

No trailer...you will need to pick up on a flatbed or similar. The I-14 mast is about 26ft long...the 29er XX is split into multiple pieces, so not a length concern.

post id: 7755806372

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