Length: 22' "
Beam: 7' 9"
Draft: 3' 2"
Hull Material: fiberglass
Condition: good
Engine Make: Tohatsu
Horsepower: 5
Engine Count: 1
Drive Type: OB
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Hours: Less than 35
With Trailer: No
Location: CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas
Category: Sail

This Columbia 22 is a production sailboat built in 1968 during the heyday of fiberglass sailboats. The Columbia companys William B Crealock design is noted for its, high performance, thicker fiberglass, and heavier standing rigging. As a daysailer, the Columbia 22 has many beneficial features usually found on larger boats. 1-Roomy cockpit with over 14 linear feet of seating. 2-High freeboard makes for a dryer day. 3- The outboard motor well is forward of the spade rudder enabling more powerful maneuvering. 4- Motor well doubles as an ice chest if no motor is present. 5- Full masthead jib along with the backstay create simple, stable standing rigging- There are three shrouds on each side. 6- 1,000-pound fin keel draft 3-2 and thru-hull spade rudder mean crisp, but stable tacking. 7- With six enclosed compartments located under the cabin cushions and additional storage under the cockpit and aft of side berths, there is plenty of storage. 8- Includes 5 Hp Tohatsu 20 longshaft Outboard Motor with Less than 35 engine hours. Sails included Cruising Main with 2 Jiffy Reef points, 120 Genoa, 100 Working Jib, Storm Jib Compass, inclinometer, SS bow pulpit, Transom-mounted fold-up SS boarding ladder, Jib snubbing winch, 2 Jib sheet winches, boom vang, cushions, C.G. safety gear flares, F.E., PFDs throw-able cushions. 3 anchors, 2 Danforth-style plus one smaller Danforth lunch-hook… CONTINUE READING HERE

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