Sailboats / Posted 2 weeks ago / 411 views
Built by the late Chris Benedict as the mould for a series of fiberglass fourteens; 4th the 1983 Prince of Wales cup in England with Alan Laflin at the helm. The class number is US1000.
It has a double hull and an open transom; the water flows out the back. Three 1/8″ layers of cold-molded Honduras mahogany form the shape. Classic 14 had a photo of Chris working on some 14’s and I think it was one of them. Knee injury forces sale.
Comes with aluminum spars and most blocks.
It’s on a Holsclaw trailer, which pulls like a feather at 80. It has been stored inside except for a few months out at Treasure Island in SF. It comes with a bespoke Hogin full cover which fits the boat rigged.
Attached some pictures, have more if you want them.
Email me for more information. I am just west of Chicago.
Looking for $2500.