2003 EDEY & DUFF HERRESHOFF 12 1/2 DOUGHDISH (New Listing) CALAMITY is a comfortable, easy family daysailer, well suited for teaching someone to sail, or for an expert interested in class racing as she is equipped with numerous hardware and sail upgrades. Built by Edey and Duff in 2004, CALAMITY has been a well cared one owner boat since launching. She has been owned by a most meticulous owner and is in excellent condition. She has been always stored indoors for the winter. Dimensions LOA: 15 ft 10 in, Beam: 5 ft 10 in, LWL: 12 ft 6 in Draft: 2 ft 6 in Displacement: 1500 lbs. Ballast: 735 lbs Along with new Harkin blocks, non-stretch rigging, CALAMITY has 4 quality sets of sails, main and jib, from Harding, Sperry, and Quantum as well as 2 spinnakers with pole and gear. The varnish is in very good condition and her bottom has been painted with Interlux Baltoplate Anti-Fouling Paint, for a racing finish. CALAMITY will be sold at the advertised buy it now price with her standard cruising sails (main and jib) and without the Triad Trailer. She is available with the Triad Trailer and her full complement of sails at additional cost. All rigging, blocks cleats etc. come with the boat ready to sail. 4 sets of sails: Main and Jib from Harding, Sperry, and Quantum as well as 2 spinnakers Larger main and jib sheet blocks to accommodate larger diameter lines. Scheafer main sheet cam cleat, large mast mounted card compass “Quissett” spinnaker sheet blocks, Masthead wind indicator, Non-stretch halyards, Custom outhaul Aluminum spinnaker pole, Wooden spinnaker pole, Custom hand carved name boards “CALAMITY”, Varnish oar and bronze oar lock Should you wish to inspect CALAMITY, she is located in Cataumet, Massachusetts Feel free to call 413-335-6402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org CALAMITY is a fabulous little yacht. The Doughdish is a fiberglass reproduction of the original Herreshoff 12 1/2 footer, constructed in foam sandwich fiberglass with teak trim. It is built to the exact hull dimensions and rig of the sloops designed by N. G. Herreshoff in 1914.