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Boats for Sale / U 20 for sale
« Last post by Michael Varsava on October 09, 2017, 06:11:47 PM »
U 20 for sale  -   # 203   -   HONOUR   -  Abbott Boat Works 
Very successful racing history
Excellent condition  - aluminum mast  -  keel recently refinished
Dry sailed exclusively  -  indoor winter storage only
Doyle Boston inventory  -   3 sets jib / main
1)  club Jib and main - very good condition
2)  regatta jib and main  -  used in 3 regattas  -  excellent condition
3)  new jib and main  -  never used
Five spinnakers  -  class spinnakers - 1) good  2) very good  3) excellent ( used 3 times )
                           PHRF  spinakers  -  two  -  very good  - rarely used
new running rigging
quick adjust turnbuckles
full cover for storage
excellent, reliable trailer with spare tire - regular maintenance

Located in Windsor, Ontario  /  Bayview Yacht Club - Detroit
$26,500  ( $US )

Michael Varsava
519 567 7318
mvarsava@cogeco.ca

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Boats for Sale / U20 For Sale Hull #159 Ft Walton Beach Fl
« Last post by maroland on October 07, 2017, 05:35:02 AM »
2001 Ultimate 20 For Sale, #159 Scram,  Fort Walton Beach Fl.
Excellent condition, Well maintained, Always washed and covered.
Boats needs nothing to race or just enjoy.
2 Boston Doyle mains, 2 jibs, 2 spins with royalty tags. one set great condition for beer can racing. one set still crisp/like new, 20011-2013
One Quantum 110 jib Great condition
One Schurr Running spin, excellent condition 2014
One Schurr Reaching spin, excellent condition 2016
Aluminum Mast
Quick adjust turnbuckles
Zieman Galvanized Trailer, with Spare and Easy One person mast up/down option.

$25,000 OBO

Ft Walton Beach Florida
Martin Roland
205-541-5660
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Boats for Sale / Re: U20 Hull #19 4 sale
« Last post by Travis Gregory on October 01, 2017, 09:27:50 PM »
pics!
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For those not familiar with Lake Norman, October and November are the best times to sail on the lake.  We have a great opportunity for all U20s to get a preview of the 2018 North Americans coming up in a little over a month.  November 11-12th is the CKOD and U20 East Coast Championship regatta.  Please come and join us for some sailing and socializing.  Information and registration can be found at the link below:

http://www.regattanetwork.com/event/15583
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U20 Boat Maintenance & Care / Re: Motor Mount
« Last post by Dean Nelson on September 28, 2017, 12:05:57 PM »
I agree with Don's comment about tilting up the motor one notch.  If your motor mount is like mine, the wood block is on the front side, and increasing the thickness will not resolve the issue.  Increasing the thickness on the backside (mine has a rubber pad) will help address the problem.  Have fun!
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U20 Boat Maintenance & Care / Re: Motor Mount
« Last post by Venti on September 28, 2017, 06:32:03 AM »
Thanks Don, the stop is on the motor and the is a wood block may try putting a thicker block on the mount
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I will be there!
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Your Favorite Picture of your Boat / Re: Smoke #75
« Last post by Don Corey on September 25, 2017, 06:22:29 PM »
Just an FYI, in the first pic the blue spinnaker behind is on a J88, uhhhh sweet
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U20 Boat Maintenance & Care / Re: Motor Mount
« Last post by Don Corey on September 25, 2017, 06:13:31 PM »
OR, tilt the engine up one notch and then motoring will require two crew aft to keep the prop in the water. 
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U20 Boat Maintenance & Care / Re: Motor Mount
« Last post by Dean Nelson on September 22, 2017, 01:33:22 PM »
By adding some rubber, plastic or wood to the backside of the removable motor mount, this will correspondingly move the motor farther away from the hull.  My motor mount has a block of wood on the front side, with a thin layer of rubber on the back side.  If you add a half inch of rubber to the backside, it should move the motor a half inch away from the hull.  Also, consider that your motor may be missing a stop block/tilt adjustment...as the prop thrusts the boat forward, it may be pushing the shaft forward; having a stop block/tilt adjustment on the motor will prevent the shaft from moving forward beyond a certain point.
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