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This restored 1974 classic Typhoon is pristine and won't last long. The Cape Dory Typhoon Weekender's generous exterior teak coamings and trim radiate a warmth and beauty typical to all Cape Dory yachts.
The Cape Dory Typhoon, "America's littlest Yacht", is one of the most popular sailboats ever built. There are more than 2,000 sailing from mountain lakes in the Rockies to the blue waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Caribbean.
The Typhoon is a joy to sail for beginner and expert alike. Carl Alberg designed her that way. The Typhoon's "full keel", with 900 Ibs. of molded-in ballast gives the Typhoon the feel of a larger boat, with the steadiness and stability not found in many larger designs.
This classic features a deep, roomy cockpit with teak seats. You sit in her, not on her. There's ample dry storage space in a forepeak locker. The Typhoon is the perfect boat tor learning the fundamentals ... she does what you want, smoothly and predictably.
The Cape Dory Typhoon Daysaile, an honest uncomplicated craft to provide you with countless hours of sailing pleasure.
The Weekender has the same "full keel" as the Daysailer. Carl Alberg designed her with moderate displacement and ample ballast for exceptional stability under sail. Her huge, comfortable 6 foot cockpit is self-bailing. Roller reefing and internal halyards leading to the cockpit combine for easy handling whether sailing with a crew or single-handed.
Below decks, the cuddy cabin has a surprising amount of storage space.
NOTE...There are actually three models of Typhoons: the Weekender and TWO types of daysailers. One daysailer is completely open, the other (in profile) looks like a weekender without the portlight (it has an open cuddy). In the identification number, the Weekender has a "D" after the "CPD"
Racers The PHRF cruising rating of a Typhoon Weekender is about 295, and racing rating is 307
Comes with trailer. Ask about one of our new 6 hp Tohatsus if you want an outboard on delivery.