Precision Boat Works shares our enthusiasm for small boats, and they have always executed our designs with meticulous care.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Precision Boat Works
Designer: Jim Taylor
Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 8 ft 3 in
LWL: 17 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 8 in
Displacement: 1875 lbs
Ballast: 600 lbs
Dry Weight: 1875 lbs
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Precision 21 design is intended to appeal to sailors requiring neither the minimum cost of a mini- nor the extra space of a maxi-trailerable. The great care that both designer and builder have put into the development of the Precision 21 is perhaps most clearly reflected in her interior. Her main cabin berths are laid out properly fore and aft. The optional head can be accessed without having to wake any children sleeping forward, and there is storage for toiletries under this same hinged cushion. The galley is not an awkward slide-away module, but a solidly built-in unit with a stainless sink, garbage bin and alcohol stove. A 48-quart cooler is convenient to both the cockpit and the cabin, and there is a large, dry storage area aft, accessible from inside the cabin. The battery box is located outside the living space in the large cockpit locker to starboard, and the centerboard pendant tube is protected by being fully enclosed inside the molded companionway step. The Precision 21 features a versatile and practical keel-centerboard combination, with a NACA "wing section" foil that can be fully extended for maximum efficiency upwind, fully retracted for minimum drag downwind, and left anywhere in between to fine tune the helm on a breezy reach. The board itself weighs only 70 pounds, and it will safely kick up and over underwater obstructions, giving ample warning of shoal water. For small cruisers, a winged keel is more an inexpensive expedient than it is sensible design. In order to be effective, the wings themselves need to be quite large, which makes them awkward and prone to damage at the launching ramp, and when it comes to mud-banks, it is with good reason that they are referred to as "Danforth" wings. The cockpit of the Precision 21 is over 7 feet long, and features seats and coamings precisely angled for comfort both when upright and when heeled. The inboard chainplates not only allow exceptionally close-winded performance to weather, but they leave ample side decks clear, providing unobstructed passage past the sleekly-styled cabin house to the anchor locker forward.
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.