This is a well-maintained, lightly used boat we have used for daysailing. The boat is in good condition. It is well-equipped and does come with an aftermarket trailer. We purchased the boat new and it has only been used on Lake Minnetonka, near Minneapolis MN. The boat has always been kept on a lift and we would be happy to sell the lift as well if interested. The sails are original but still have life. The electric motor works well and I had a new canvas cover made last Winter. Full cockpit cushions are included.
We are asking $20,000 for the boat and trailer.
Contact: Tony Skinner (952)212-7161 email@example.com
Harbor 20 #225 is heavily optioned, loaded with go fast extras, and is a must see if you’re in the market for a H20. Bulldog is class legal, Spinnaker rigged and weighs in at class minimum 1950lbs without compensation weights. #225 has a proven race record, has been completely rebuilt, better than new, and is a complete turnkey package with multiple sets of sails. A brand new set of Ullman’s, as well as a set of North 3Di molded technology sails. Also included is a virtually new trailer and multiple covers. You won’t find a nicer Harbor 20 available for purchase.
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See extensive equipment list below:
North 3Di NORDAC main & jib 8/10
Ullman New Main & jib 10/10
Ullman Main & jib 5/10
Elliott/Pattison Main & jib 5/10
Ullman Spinnaker & 8/10
Class legal stiff jib-boom measures to minimum class Height.
Custom tapered carbon fiber Spinnaker Pole with retraction system.
Boat is rigged with internal Spinnaker sheets
All running rigging and halyards recently replaced with high-tech synthetic line.
All standing rigging recently replaced.
Pro start Velocitek compass with knot meter and start timer.
Electric motor recently rebuilt with all new seals and coated with pro line epoxy.
Bottom recently taken down to original gelcoat and sealed with epoxy barrier coat and polished with a Pettit graphite bottom paint.
All hardware including rudder head and tiller recently replaced.
Halyard box organizer recently rebuilt With new hardware and stainless steel bolts.
Custom Sunbrella halyard organizer.
New Sunbrella over the boom full Hull cover.
Sunbrella over Boom in water deck Cover.
New Sunbrella Jib Sock
Virtually new galvanized trailer with custom trailer box.
*Original Owner, Excellent Condition! *Professionally Maintained *Newer Racing Main and Jib *Madeira Stern Upgrade (Woody Style) *Three Highpoint Race Wins in 2019 *This is a Fast Boat! *High Performance *Spare Set of Sails *Torqueedo Motor, Two Torqueedo Batteries *Sunbrella Covers, All Required Gear
Rather than new, this is used for several years. I found it in my storage unit. I recall I had the cover serviced by having the maker, Baxter & Cicero, completely go over the cover and re-sew all the seams, place a few new canvas patches, renew the leather in some places. This costs about $200. This is a very functional cover. As with all these covers, they attach by laying over the boom, securing the side fittings, then tying the cover tight to the two rear cleats and the bow deck cleat. Properly installed, it’s a sleek way to keep the boat really clean when not being used. It can be put on after every use, in less than five minutes.
There is a tip to renew or maintain any boat cover I will share with you. Get one or two very large Contractor-size plastic trash bags. Alternative is to buy a new plastic trash can. Don’t necessarily fold the cover, but stuff it in the bag. Then pour one gallon of Thompson Water Seal in the bag, over the cover, and shake, stomp, press, or whatever, the cover for ten to fifteen minutes. This allows the gallon to penetrate the canvas thoroughly. Next step is to repeat, with the same or new bag, and pour a second gallon. this will probably even result in a very wet cover. Take out the cover and place on a lawn, in the sun, spread out to dry. The canvas will be bright like new, the surface will be better-than-new water repellant. If you have time, maybe just do one gallon, let dry. Then repeat with the second gallon making sure you wet the dry, missed spots from the first time. Repeat this process every 5-7 years and your cover will never wear out.
Photos show extent of renewed seams with new sewing, etc.
Add $50 for shipping to other addresses outside of local Newport area.