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Used Sails & Boats

* Tired but sailable
** Still a little racing life left
*** Average Condition – Perfect for Club Racing or Training
**** Good Condition – Little wear, good racing sails
***** Brilliant Condition – Barely any signs of wear, hardly used
P&B Race Team Scorpion *****
9 Months old. Fitted out to the full P&B championship specification including, one string raking rig, twin self-launching poles, jib tweakers in place of track and a stripped kite halyard for less friction in the mast. Fast boat, with race wins throughout the season. Not the best result at the Nationals due to many helm errors! Fully sorted, tuned and calibrated as expected. P&B hull, black Selden Spars, extra dark non slip, complete set of brand new P&B sails (or not or second hand set if preferred). Winder fixed rudder (could swap to a lifting) and Milanes C/B, includes weathermax over cover and brand new U/C, launching trolley and trailer (or not if not needed). Bargain price at £10,750
Price: £10750Contact: Oliver Wells
P&B RaceTeam 2015 Solo
8 months old. This ex P&B works Solo has every control expected (Inhaul, Cunningham, outhaul, kicker, adjustable toestraps, centreboard controls and curved track self-tacking traveller all fed into continuous control lines and led to either side) and is finished to the highest quality. This hull shape has proved its speed over the past 24 months and with a strong set of results from 2015 including a string of top 3 open meeting finishes, a race win and 8th overall at the recent 2015 nationals this is undoubtedly a quick package and comes as expected fully tuned and calibrated. The package is completed with a carbon night stick, under/over covers, rudder bag, tack tick bracket mounted, padded toestraps, with or without a road trailer and a choice of either a D+ or Zeta mast or a brand new or lightly used radial sail. Price including brand new sail and full combi trolley trailer. Price can be adjusted to suit the different package as required.
Price: £7,450Contact: Oliver Wells