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The Goat Shack

Specs

Price: $38,500
Brand: Bayfield
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1986
Length: 32 ft.

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Goat Shack

BAYFIELD 32C

In the early 1970s, most boat builders were developing fin-keeled racer/cruiser lines of production sailboats. Bayfield Boat Yard, in south-eastern Lake Huron, bucked this trend by producing a line of long-keeled cruising boats.

The distinctive shape of the Bayfield range of models designed by Ted Gozzard (with the exception of the Bayfield 36) was the clipper bow, wood trail boards with scroll work and, on some designs, additional wood trim and wood rails to give a traditional appearance.

The Goat shack features a spacious bow with custom mattress cushions for complete comfort with an abundance of wood trim that is timeless and classy. Build in wood cabinets that offer a special charm and spacious storage. A starboard settee featuring a fold down table with decorative shelving that not only displays its beauty but protects its precious items for safe keeping. A port berth with matching cushions and ample storage above and below. A rear port side berth that is also part of the navigation table. The galley features a two-burner alcohol stove with a large Stainless steal sink next to the main companionway. Simply a very nice and spacious layout for comfortable cruising and at the dock.

The Goat shack features a brand-new Kiwi painted deck. It has the look of a International cruiser and sailed at a generous angle responds like a great cruising sailboat should. If you’re looking for a Great Lakes cruiser or a boat to head south, this one is worth the look.

 

LOA

32 ft.

LWL

23 ft 3in.

BEAM

10 ft 6in.

Draft

3 ft 9in.

Displacement

9600 lbs

Sail area

662 sq ft sq. ft.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Hank Boissoneault - CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, OH

Email: hank@rcryachts.com

Phone: 419-202-0201

For Hank Boissoneault, Sailing is truly a family affair. Introduced to sailing by big brother Bryan, sailing has become a family hobby since 1970. Growing up in Sandusky, Ohio The Interlake was the natural choice for the racing sailor designed by Francis Sweisguth in 1932.  The boat design was commissioned by the Sandusky Sailing Club and is home to Fleet #1. Hank served as class president, class champion and has participated in Interlake events since the late 1970’s.  

 Hank also participated in the ILYA junior regatta circuit and once competed in the Bemis regatta for Lasers in San Francisco Bay. Moving on to college, Hank competed on the college circuit sailing for the University of Toledo. Through the years sailing has become the basis to many of my personal friends and associates to this day. 

"The opportunity to work for RCR and its talented staff is something I appreciate the most. RCR's excellent reputation and knowledge of the business makes selling boats a fun and enjoyable experience."