Wasabi is a well known club racer in the Annapolis and Westport areas. I got her in 2015/2016 and made repairs including retabbing the seats and replacing the keelson on both sides with Mahogany. She still has many years left in her and is ready to go as-is. She is set up perfectly and I have suggested others copy her running rigging because it is simple and effective. I have a kitchen full of 2nd and 3rd place trophies won with Wasabi. I haven’t been able to get in front of the wood boats in the Annapolis chop, but she can hold a lane with our top sailors. Carbon fiber spin pole. The mast-up cover could use some TLC. Trailer is a beautiful 2003 GWM/ Marine cradle shop. The trailer has never been titled, so getting one will take some perseverance, but I understand that it is possible. I considered fairing Wasabi’s bottom but decided that I liked her trademark color too much. Rails are teak and I keep oil on them.
Very good sails. North spin with 10 days on it, Proctor jib with 2 days on it, Proctor jib with 20 days on it, Fisher main with 30 days on it. The spin and jibs are all less than 4 yrs old but the main is from 2006 (aka, no tack slug) – I got it “unused” in 2016 after it had been sitting for 10 years. Plus two sets of practice/ heavy air sails.
This boat is ready to race! I hate getting rid of her, but I am starting a family and just don’t see myself having much time for racing over the next few years.
Contact: Eileen Gladd (formerly Fahrmeier) at EFahrmeier@yahoo.com