1983 S 2 9.1
A fast, competitive 30-foot MORC racer engineered to be extremely stable and easy to sail. Refined from proven G&S MORC racers and developed in accordance with MORC rules that allow a competitive medium displacement sailboat with comfortable cruising accommodations. Computer designed "mathematically fair" resulting in exceptional stability, excellent pointing ability, and easy handling characteristics. Double spreader masthead rig offers optimum sail control by a small crew, easier and more forgiving for cruising. Emphasis is on windward ability, with large mainsail, but the large masthead rig spinnakers offer excellent off-wind speed as well. Keel and rudder designs are the same as G&S's flat-out racer for excellent performance and control, with an external bolt-on lead keel in a superb hydrofoil shape for lift and steering response. High ballast-to-displacement ratio contributes stability and increased performance in higher wind ranges, with balsa core construction maintaining light weight and critical shape. Efficient deck layout is designed for comfort, safety, and simplicity, with slotted aluminum toe rail, crisp, non-skid surfaces, recessed teak handrails, and all control lines leading aft to a roomy self-bailing cockpit engineered for the optimum in sailing ease and efficiency.
The successful blend of racing and cruising attributes are evident in the functional simplicity of interior spaces. A convertible V-berth/sail locker concept that offers the dual advantages of sail bins easily transformed to traditional V-berth room and comfort. Bringing sleeping accommodations to seven. Complete L-shaped galley. Roomy full-enclosed head with shower. And a bright airness created by six main cabin windows and a midship ventilation hatch.
There was a time when a sailor had to chose between the easy living of a cruising sailboat or the skin-of-the-teeth excitement of a purebred racer. With 9.1, it's not a choice between fast sailing or comfortable cruising. It's a question of how fast and how far.
This vessel has recently received extensive recoring work, along with mast step and stringer work.!! She is ready to go!!
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Oiled teak interior with teak and holly sole, V-berth forward, enclosed marine head with vanity sink and faucet, hanging locker, port and starboard settee's with pilot berths, quarterberth aft to port with forward facing nav station, L-shaped galley to stbd., blue cushions.
Stainless steel sink with pressure cold water, large top loading icebox, two burner CNG stove with oven, and ample dry storage.
Two Sunto Bulkhead mounted compasses, KVH Sailcomp PC103 digital, fluxgate compass, Maxxima Marine Stereo with two speakers, Standard Horizon VHF radio, 2004 Raymarine ST60 Knotmeter, ST60 Depthsounder, ST60 Wind System mounted in seahood, Autohelm ST1000 tiller autopilot, 2010 Garmin GPSMAP 441 mounted at nav station.
2-12 Volt batteries 2012 with Guest master switch, AC/DC circuit breaker panel at nav station, 110V shorepower with cord.
Full lenght battened mainsail with Lazy Jacks and cover, furling genoa on Furlex roller furling system, several additional sails and spinnakers, spinnaker gear, double spreader masthead rig, keel stepped, Navtec Rod standing rigging, Backstay adjuster, Rigid boom vang, Harken Mainsheet with traveler, Control lines led aft to cockpit, (2) Lewmar #43 self-tailing primary sheet winches, (2) Lewmar #40 self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches mounted on cabin top and (2) Lewmar #16 self-tailing halyard winches mounted on cabintop.
2-hatches and 2-opening portholes, black anodized, perforated aluminum toe rail, teak handrails, New tiller, Outboard rudder, Lead fin keel, 2-cockpit lockers, transom mount s.s. swim/boarding ladder, Pulpits, double lifelines and stanchions, 2005 Dodger, Anchor locker in bow with (1) Danforth and (1) Bruce anchors with rodes, Cockpit cushions.
Misc Safety, Docking and Mooring Equipment, steel cradle. 2013 Mast step was repaired, new stringers and re-coring.