PRICE REDUCED!! Built and designed by George Sutton in Tarpon Springs, FL. 1968. This is a major project boat! The boat was built with Corten steel, 5/16" plate, the bottom of the keel is 3/4", it is a round bottom sailing vessel. The draft is 5.5', the keel is full with attached rudder. The main, fore and outer genoa are on Hood Pro-furlers. There is an inner staysail on a club jib. All sails are included. Deck arrangement was a center cockpit. The engine is an Isuzu 150 hp diesel with a Twin Disc 506 @ 2:1 reduction turning a 28" 3 blade fixed prop on a 2" ss shaft. The generator is a 12 kw Kolher with a Perkins 4-108 engine. The engine and generator may have had freshwater intrusion due to water accumulation while on land. This vessel has never sunk or been salvage.Aft cabin is 1 double berth and 1 single berth. Cabin has head with tub and shower., Next forward is galley with 4 burner propane stove with oven on gimbals, refrigerator and freezer, also an L shaped dining area to stb. Forward of the galley is the main saloon with a large L shaped settee to port and navigation as well, to port is storage and another settee. Forward of the saloon is a private stateroom with a double berth, /sink and closet, just forward of this stateroom are 2 heads with showers, one port one starboard. Forward of the 2 heads are 2 more cabins with bunk beds for 2 people in each cabin. Next is a collision bulkhead. Forward and accessible from on deck only is a workshop, (formally a crew quarters with 2 berths)Tankage is 3-600 gallon diesel tanks and 1-600 gallon water tank. There is a 600 gallon per day Horizion water maker on board as well. The masts (steel) are keel stepped with furlers aft of the masts.This once fine schooner has sailed trans atlantic many times and would make a fine high lattitude sailer due to the steel construction., however please be advised it needs major reconstruction with estimates of over $100k. If you are seriously considering owning a ship like this contact me.