2012 Precision Boatworks P-185 Cb

Listing ID1868941
Sale Price$12,995 CAD [ Convert To USD ]
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ModelP-185 CB
Located Port Dover, Ontario, CA
Length18ft / 5.49 m

18' Precision P-185

Boat Name: New Stock
Year: 2012
Current Price: Can$ 13,995
Located in Port Dover, ON
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single Other
YW# 75589-2461217 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
New Stock

Builder: Precision
Designer: Jim Taylor
Keel: Centerboard

LOA: 18 ft 5 in
Beam: 7 ft 3 in
LWL: 16 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 0 ft 6 in

Displacement: 590

Total Power: 2-6hp

Designer Comments
The first offerings from PRECISION BOATWORKS nearly 20 years ago were open daysailors with a focus on good all around performance, and they have come full circle with their new PRECISION 185. In the interim, all but one of our eight previous PRECISION designs have featured enclosed interiors as part of their appeal. Only the PRECISION 15 (and PRECISION 15K) have been open boats, offering the joy of small boat sailing in its purest, simplest form. The P-15 design focused on stability, safety, lively performance and reliable handling, and she has been a huge success. The new PRECISION 185 expands on the broad appeal of her smaller sister by adding an extra dose of acceleration and speed to her performance profile. The *big daysailor* type is still probably best defined by the Lightning, Rhodes 19 and Flying Scott, all old favorites introduced nearly forty years ago. There has not been a great deal of innovation and development in this market for some time, and various new offerings have come and gone without making much of an impact. The PRECISION 185 will make her mark by using true state-of-the-art design and construction technology to combine vastly improved ergonomics and higher performance with low weight, low maintenance, and low cost. Comfortable seating, computer-shaped hull and fins, and precise tooling will all contribute to the appeal of this *new century* competitor. Like her smaller sister, the PRECISION 185 features a large, self-draining cockpit, a secure spot for a portable ice chest, practical under-deck storage, straightforward rigging, and high quality hardware. Her swim platform at the transom is an unusual feature usually reserved for large offshore cruisers. In addition to contributing to the fun by getting swimmers back aboard more easily and allowing youngsters to trail their toes in water, this *back porch* can contribute to safety by facilitating boarding from a dinghy, and recovering from an accidental *man overboard* incident more easily and quickly.

Deck and Hull
Hand laminated fiberglass construction Vinylester resin hull skin coat Positive Foam flotation 9 ft. 9 in. Self bailing cockpit 8 ft. 2 in. Long Ergonomically correct cockpit seats Stern swim platform/boarding area Large forepeak locker w/watertight door Ballasted fiberglass NACA foil centerboard Sealed centerboard trunk w/mainsheet block 4 Mooring cleats (Fixed keel version has 4 Stainless Steel Lifting eyes/mooring eyes) Kick-up rudder (Fixed keel version has fixed rudder blade) Tiller extension Harken ball bearing blocks Harken Jib track with cars and Harken cam cleats Harken 4 to 1 boom vang Anodized mast and boom Hinged Stainless Steel mast step Stainless steel standing rigging Dacron running rigging Stainless steel bow eye

Sails & Rigging
Harken Jib Furling Gear High Performance Mainsail and Furling Jib