The latest centerboarder offered by Com-Pac Yachts is the Eclipse, a sloop rigged, trailerable family overnighter that sleeps four. Eclipse's unique styling is a modern approach to traditional appearance. Her classically rounded cabin trunk and gracefully curved sheer gives her a distincty salty look while the hollow plumb bow and reverse transom shout, "I'm Rockin'!"
While not designed for racing but for comfort and ease of handling, the Eclipse will not be appologetic for her speed or agility. Her standard heads'l furling gear and convenient line clutches are ideal for the single sailor. Main reefing is also standard to maximize safety afloat.
Eclipse's open transom is not just stylish. Easy boarding with the integrated folding ladder makes swimming just that much more fun. And her shallow draft of less than a foot and a half brings you knee deep to your favorite beach.
Photos are of sister ships.
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This boat is made to order in the USA.
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Designer: In House Design
Länge über alles: 20 ft 10 in
Breite: 7 ft 4 in
L.W.L.: 18 ft 1 in
Tiefgang min.: 1 ft 6 in
Tiefgang max.: 5 ft 2 in
Verdrängung: 2200 lbs
Ballast: 700 lbs
Max Draft: 1'6" to 5'2"
The hull and deck are fabricated entirely of hand laid triaxial fiberglass and polyester resin. An external deck to hull joint with stainless bolt fasteners has been employed which is protected with a rigid PVC abrasion-resistant covering and stainless steel rub rail. Internal constuction is conventional wood, except for the cabin overhead that receives a fiberglass liner. All through-hull fittings and chain plates are installed with glassed-over plywood backing blocks. "Egyptian Cream" colored deck and cabin exterior are standard colors for the Eclipse.
The Eclipse has been designed, built and outfitted as an overnighter for four adults or a couple with kids. She will also serve as a weekender for two using only the v-berth for sleeping while preserving the settees. Each settee/quarter berth has ample storage bins underneath. Shelves with backrest-bins line the hull for the length of the main cabin. Four opening ports provide the cabin with lots of light and air. Teak doors, fiddles, and a teak/holly sole give the Eclipse a rich, traditional decor. A lift hatch with "smoke-colored" Lexan see-through top is located at the forward end of the cabin for additional light and ventilation.
At the forward end of each settee is a vanity with storage under. The self contained Butane stove is stowed under the starboard vanity, and a sink is installed in the port vanity. Each vanity converts into part of the galley counter that extends the full width of the cabin when a center insert is in place. Each vanity also serves as a v-berth extension for sleeping a full-size adult when a mattress section is in position.
Sloop rig, Mastender quick-rig sailing system
Molded-in non-skid surface on deck
Roller-furling 115% Genoa
Genoa sheeting track with sheet-lead cars
Shoal draft with stainless-steel centerboard
Retractable foil-shaped rudder
Rudder-blade control handle
Integrated stern boarding ladder
Integrated outboard motor bracket
Gas storage locker and cockpit seat locker
Teak platform bowsprit with anchor storage
Large hinged deck anchor-chain pipe
Large drained chain locker
Stainless-steel bow rail
Stainless-steel boom arch
Four opening cabin ports with stainless frames
12" by 17" forward opening hatch
6 loop teak handrails
Teak cabin eyebrow trim over ports
Teak cockpit coamings
Teak and ash laminated tiller
Rigid PVC rub rail
Navigation steaming lights, cabin lights, and electrical switch panel
Full-size berths for four
Galley with sink, water tank, hand pump, stove and storage
Enclosed compartment for port-o-potty
Teak and holly cabin sole
Teak trim throughout interior
Optional Equipment on this boat
Lifelines and stanchions
Spare tire for trailer,
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.