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    Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
    1987 s2 9.1 special edition
    $7,000 USD
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    Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
    1987 s2 9.1 special edition
    $7,000 USD
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    Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
    1987 s2 9.1 special edition
    $7,000 USD
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    Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
    1987 s2 9.1 special edition
    $7,000 USD
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    Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
    1987 s2 9.1 special edition
    $7,000 USD

1987 s2 9.1 special edition

Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
$7,000 USD

1987 S2 9.1 Special Edition for sale. This boat is hull #117 and one of only a handful of special editions that S2 made. The special edition boat came with a vacuum bagged hull and an alternate interior layout, reducing weight by 400 pounds while adding a 9” taller rig.

This particular S2 9.1 SE has been set up well for beercan racing as well as port to port racing. The boat has accommodations for 8 sailors. There is a removable foam cored v berth for extra sleeping arrangements but typically this area is left open as the sail locker. There are two foam and fiberglass coffin berths that were installed last winter. These can be easily removed if the new owner desires to change the layout. When I purchased the boat it had been converted from an outboard boat to an inboard boat very early on in the life of the boat. New martec folding propeller in 2017. In 2019 the engine was replaced with a rebuilt 1992 yanmar 2qm15. During the engine replacement the parts bills started to spiral, it was discovered to have the wrong stuffing box(2” hose clamped around a 1.5” stuffing box) so this was replaced. The control cables were not long enough to reach the new locations, they were replaced. The throttle control itself was damaged while trying to change the cables, that was replaced. The muffler was too small for the new engine, that was replaced. Motor mounts, them too. This list goes on and on.

Now for the fun stuff, the sailing. This boat was set up to be competitive with the more modern boats that are joining my fleet. I have focused on making the boat a competitive racer. This means lines, hardware, and sails. The amount of money spent on new gear is more than the boat is worth. I have purchased a “modern” sport cruiser so time for this girl to move on. Storage can be negotiated as well as the boat stands she is sitting on. She is still shrink wrapped from the winter. Loads of pictures upon request.

Sails:

2017 Carbon triradial main

2017 Dacron blade 100 w/battens in sausage bag

2018 Carbon double teffetta triradial #2 140 in sausage bag

2019 Carbon laminate #1 155 traditional sail bag

Older carbon main(from previous owner that I don’t think knew he had a special edition so main is 9” too short)

Older symmetric runner

Older symmetric reacher

Deck hardware

Harken infinitely adjustable jib cars

Harken 4:1 travellar

Harken 6:1 main sheet

Harken 44 winches

The rest of the deck hardware is various ages but all is in good working condition.

Running rigging:

Main halyard (oldest line on the boat but still in great condition)

Jib primary 2018 dyneema core

Jib secondary 2018 dyneema core

Spinnaker halyard 2015 dyneema core

Jib sheets 2018 dyneema

Spinnaker sheets 2019 staset

Main sheet 2015

Traveller and jib car adjusters 2017

Back stay 2018

Electronics:

Raymarine tridata

Raymarine wind

Raymarine compass

Extra displays not installed but all wiring and equipment included. Repeaters for Wind, speed, and depth.

Hardwired vhf radio with antenna on mast head

Cd Bluetooth am/fm radio with speakers below and in cockpit. Remote control inc.

Cabin lights with red/white

One battery 2019 one 2016

Electric bilge pump

12v cigarette lighter outlet

Life safety:

4 Coast guard approved life jackets

4 fenders

1 anchor with chain and rhode

1 life sling 2018

1 fire extinguisher

Soft wooden plugs tied to each seacock

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