Here is a great chance to own a piece of sailing history. MONGOLIA is one of the few remaining Victory Class sloops designed by William Gardner and built by Henry Nevins in 1920. Pampered by her last two owners, she is stored inside and ready to go.
Built by the Henry Nevins Yard in City Island, NY out of steam bent, oak frames with cedar planking, MONGOLIA has been very well maintained. Her keel was dropped and rebedded after the deadwood and keel timber were redressed, and the keel boats inspected (they were as new). A new rudder was installed and the hull glassed and faired on the outside from the cove strip down over the lead keel joint before the hull was repainted. The interior and bilge area were cleaned and painted. The cockpit floor was replaced and seats supports refurbished. A new, longer tiller was also added.
Wooden mast and boom were stripped and varnish built up. The leather was replaced on stay loops and wooden blocks and all running rigging replaced. There a six winches to ease of sail handling. The sails were replaced.
The is an outboard on a removable, bronze bracket on the transom.