|Yacht Name:||RAINBOW CHASER|
|Year Built / Model Year:||1986/1974|
|Location:||Tall Timbers, MD|
|Draft Min/Max:||2' 6"|
|Bridgedeck Length:||Approx. 23'|
|Mast Hgt. Off Water:||34'|
|Engine(s):||1991 Yamaha 9.9 hp 4-cycle gas outboard|
|Staterooms:||2 (one in each hull)|
|Heads:||1 Porta Potti|
|Fuel Capacity:||2 x 6-gallon steel tanks|
|Fresh Water Capacity:||2 x 2.5 gallon plastic tanks|
|Mast Hgt. Off Deck:||34'|
|Designer:||James Wharram (www.wharram.com)|
"Rainbow Chaser was lovingly crafted by a builder who took the time to do it right. Visitors say that they never would have known that she was home built. Rainbow Chaser was very well constructed and has been very well maintained. You have to see her to know."
Rainbow Chaser can sleep a crew of 4 to 8 depending on weather, duration of cruise, crew stature, and their degree of intimacy. Of course, additional crew members and passengers can sleep above deck! Each berth is 35Ē wide.
The cabin in each
The starboard cabin contains the Porta Potti
A VHF radio in the port cabin
Yamaha 9.9hp 4-cycle gas outboard
A 5-Watt Solar Panel that reliably keeps the battery fully charged
12 volt power in both cabins
DECK & HULLS:
Rainbow Chaser was constructed from fiberglass-covered plywood with a wooden deck that is due for paint
The spacious deck
Trampolines for lounging
A propane barbecue
Two comfortable chairs
A large cooler
A captainís chair
SAILS & RIGGING:
Rainbow Chaser is rigged for main, mizzen, and top and bottom jibs.
5 headsails include a large drifter for use during balmy Chesapeake summers.
Rainbow Chaserís shallow draft enables us to anchor where no cruising monohull would ever dare to venture and we delay the occasional hauling by going aground on a sand bar to scrape and brush her hulls.
Coast Guard documented
The seller is boat's second owner
RAINBOW CHASER is a versatile craft equally suited for:
Blue-water cruising anywhere in the world
Coastal cruising in shallow tributaries such as around the Chesapeake Bay
Day sailing and partying while 10 or more passengers enjoy her ample deck
Wharram-designed boats are so sturdy that they have been likened to ocean-going Land Rovers. This particular boat is so stable that we have easily sailed her with unreefed main and jib in winds gusting to 35 knots during a small craft advisory. Rainbow Chaserís first mate, who usually frightens at the hint of a good wind, feels secure when sailing Rainbow Chaser in 20 or more knots and seas of several feet.
Details are thought to be reliable but are
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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