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Cape Henry Dix Design 21' Gaff cutter bearuty trailer and motor
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Jun 18, 2017, 5:45 AM

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Cape Henry Dix Design 21' Gaff cutter bearuty trailer and motor Log-In to Post/Reply

Cape Henry Classic Pocket Cruiser Gaff Rig cutter with Jib.
and Roadworthy Trailer and motor
Sale of this vessel supports the Hudson River Maritime Museum and Riverport Wooden Boat School Directly.
Asking 15,800 for this boat.
The Trailer is in excellent condition and roadworthy.
Motor Lehr Propane Motor.
It is a 5hp 4-stroke motor that runs off of regular camping stove tanks.

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LOA 20'11"
LWL 19'10"
Beam 7'11"
Draft 1'7" to 4'5" (centerboard)
2'4" (bilge keels)
Displacement 3,195 lbs.
Ballast 1,146 lbs.;
Sail area 306 sq. f

Wooden Boat: The Cape Henry 21 is a larger sister to the Cape Cutter 19 The lapstrake plywood hull is traditional English workboat in image, with long waterline and gaff rig. It is a surprisingly fast little boat and very seaworthy. It has a raised sheer with flush deck to give excellent interior volume for weekending. With 4 berths, a small galley and stowage for a portable heads, the Cape Henry 21 suits a small family for coastal cruising and gunkholing. Powering is with a small outboard that stays permanently in a well just forward of the rudder. It has lead internal ballast and a steel centreplate for windward ability

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About the boat:

This hull is built with plywood lapstrake construction. The wide planks overlap each other and, done correctly, can really accentuate the beauty of the hull lines. But Dudley did not trust his computer program to get the interplay of hull shape and lapstrakes correct, so he dusted off his drawing board, hunted for a pencil and drew the hull lines by hand.

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