It is reported that surge waters from Hurricane Nate lifted the stern of the sailboat onto the dock after one of the posts, to which she had been tied, disappeared. The rudder
was wedged between the planks and the post of the dock. Her hull was bent and the bow was submerged and she took on some water. The next morning, the high tide lifted her off the dock and she sank.
The day after that, a crew pumped the water out to raise her.
• Port front portal was missing the glass, and the complete inside of the cabin was wet.
• Ceiling in the main cabin had discolored from the brown water.
• All upholstery was wet and discolored.
door was swollen, and had to be pried open for the photo.
• All cabinetry had been submerged, along with the electrical panels.
• Engine had been completely submerged.
• Rudder was heavily damaged, and there appears to be a large depression in the hull, around the aft of the cabin, on the port side.
• Signs of gelcoat damage to the port side, and the rub rail showed signs of damage, as well.
* Please inspect carefully before making an offer.