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Harbor 20s for Sale

I constantly have various Harbor 20’s For Sale.

Please call me, Mr. Harbor 20, Philip Thompson, to talk about current listings all over the country, including new boats. I can also advise on a purchase you might be thinking of making. There are many things to be aware of. Is the boat one of the “light weight” group, what jib boom configuration does it have, motor status, mast cracking, repair costs, to name just a few.

714 329 1995   Philipt@just-marine.net    www.Harbor20.net   Just Marine

For Sale: Harbor 20 #241

Asking Price: $28,500

Boat has had lots of tender loving car!
  • No damage history
  • Shift Compass
  • Spinnaker gear, no pole
  • New Motor, New Glass mat batteries, new potentiometer
  • custom emron hull paint Midnight Blue
  • perfect bottom job
  • pop up cleats
  • New Doyal sails by Judd Smith
  • Four sets of lightly used Ulman sails
  • New Cover and jib sock
  • cuddy coolers
  • Galvanized custom trailer
  • Fast boat
 Located in Hilton Head Island, SC.
Contact Ned Nielsen 843-290-5099

For Sale: Harbor 20 # 509

Price:  $30,000 without trailer… motivated seller

509 was delivered end of summer 2017.  Lightly used

Her specifics (“Even Keel”):

  • Dark Blue Hull, White waterline stripe, Gold cove stripe, and two-tone Gray non-skid gray deck
  • Torqueedo 1003 (3 hp) System, second battery, charger, switch panel, & shore power
  • Cockpit cushions – light gray
  • Plus all std equip: bilge pump, tiller ext, nav lights, pop up cleats, etc.

509 has lived up the Severn River from Annapolis and sailed exclusively in and around Round Bay. As seen in the pics she rests on a lift.

For more information, please contact Gregory Meehan 443-547-5828 or email gregoryvmeehan@gmail.com

Harbor20 Class/Fleet Membership Renewal

Harbor20 Class & Fleet Members,

Membership within the Harbor20 Class Association has been changed in the past year to be an annual membership that begins on Feb 1 each year, and is valid for 1 year.

Each year, all members must renew their membership online on the Harbor20.org website to remain current and be eligible to participate in Class and Fleet events.

In the past, we had a system where the membership would renew on the sign up date, that your membership renewal could be anytime during the year. In 2018, the Board decided to make all memberships renew on February 1st of each year.  That means, there was a period where some members had to pay partial year (pro-rated) memberships to sync up with the Feb 1st renewal.

If you signed up, or renewed your Membership in the last 12 months, you probably paid a pro-rated fee (less than the annual fee), which paid you through Feb 1st, 2019.

If you signed up (or renewed) your Membership in the past month or so, you may have been charged $0 since we had a grace-period enacted for anyone trying to renew early.

Do to the limitations of our online membership subscription system, the Automatic renewal to your credit card was not automatic, meaning, you will be required to log into your account on the Harbor20.org website, go to the Members tab, and Your Account menu item, and then click on the Subscriptions item on the left, to see your current status.  Many of of you may have receive an email notification saying you had to renew with a Pay Here link which you should do ASAP to renew your membership.

I encourage you to go to the website THIS WEEKEND, and log in, go to Your Account menu, and renew your membership.  I will be offering online support for a large portion of the weekend via online Chat on the website to help with any difficulties.

Click here to start. Or go here to sign up with a new Membership if your not given the option to renew.

Class Championship Boats

Harbor 20 Fleet 1 Owner Members:

 

As you may know, the 2019 Harbor 20 Class Championships, to be hosted by Fleet 1 and the Newport Harbor Yacht Club, is scheduled for March 1 , 2 and 3. Several Class Members from distant Class Fleets will be traveling to participate and are looking for local Harbor 20s to borrow for racing. If you are not planning to race, would you be willing to allow an out-of-town Harbor 20 crew to use yours? The skipper and crew that would be racing your boat must be experienced Harbor 20 sailors that meet Class Association requirements for participation in this regatta. We are currently working out details regarding assisting with written loaner boat agreements, including insurance and fees. If interested, please call me at (949) 945-8389, or send me an email to jwhitney25@gmail.com.

 

Thank you,

 

John Whitney

Regatta Chairman

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