|$1,000 Price Drop - Now $11,495 tow away !!!
Are you looking for a lakeside sailing toy for the holiday home? We have just landed this Haines Hunter Tramp fiberglass sailing tri hull also known as Trailer Tri. Built for fun, stability and a little speed thrown into the mix, these sensational boats were made through the eighties by Haines Hunter. They were designed by Ian Farrier as a day sailor that can carry up to 6 adults and offer tremendous stability with a beam of 14'9" when the outriggers are spread and were also known as an Eagle when sold in America.
The boat has a small Mariner 4Hp 2 stroke fitted within the rear of the centre hull and fuelled via a portable 12l fuel tank. She's an oldie, but in reality, the motors are used simply to get in and out of the harbour / boat ramp area or if the wind drops out.
The cockpit is generous in size, with padded seating and all ropes and the tiller all within arm's reach. With a beam of approx. 4.5m with the side sponsons outreached, stability is assured and you could even enjoy a coffee without spillage! There are two mains and two jibs one of each original and the other two are in very good workable condition. A screecher is also on board for those seeking some thrills on the downwind run!
With the view of preserving a lot of information on the Haines Hunter Tramp, JCM has archived on our Trailer Sailor library found on our webpage. Also depending on what site you are looking at this boat through, we have attached a PDF of some of the original marketing material for your reference.
Trailered on a Qld registered and original Tinka trailer with an ATM recorded of 700Kg's technically a road worthy certificate isn't required however the trailer does have fitted mechanical over ride disc brakes and the this trailer was made by Tinka to cradle this hull like a glove! The trailer was manufactured circa early to mid-Eighties like the hull.
Accessories and features include:
2 x main sail
2 x jib
1 x main & jib original
1 x screecher
A main, jib & screecher are in very good working order
Homemade furler for screecher
Mast raising pulley system for single handed use
Centre board (swings up)
Stern & bow storage compartments
S/S bow rails
Mechanical override disc brakes (ATM 700Kg)
S/S 3 step boarding ladder
Compass, 2 paddles, 2 fenders
Reef/sand anchor with rope
Padded cockpit cushions (removable)
Multitude of ropes & rigging
Portable fuel tank approx. 12L capacity
14"9 beam with floats out
Draft (centreboard up) is 14"
Spare wheel & carrier
Tie down strap
If you are in the market for a boat to leave down at the marina or waterside to enjoy some fun with the family, at under $12K this offers exceptional value and loads of fun!
You can have confidence in buying a boat from John Crawford Marine, Queensland's Used Boat Specialists. Since 1964 we have been buying, consigning and selling only the best range of quality used trailer boats.
We guarantee title as JCM supplies PPSR certificate on the trailer (known as REVS) providing our buyers confidence and security.
If you are an interstate buyer, we can still assist with ensuring your trailer is sold to you in road worthy condition, as it's an Australian Standard. Although the trailer is sold unregistered, for a small fee, our staff can provide you with an Unregistered Vehicle Permit to allow you to tow home safely and legally.
Don't live nearby? JCM can assist with arranging transport to mainland Australia via reputable and insured boat transport companies.
Upon delivery your rig will undergo a workshop pre-delivery, boat wash and the sales consultant will complete a handover.
Do you have a trade in? John Crawford Marine is always looking for stock, so why not ask the sales team if they can assist with your trade.
Lastly, but just as important to consider when owning a boat is comprehensive insurance. JCM is privileged to offer you two of Australia's leading Boat Insurers, Club Marine and Nautilus Insurance.
Our webpage www. Johncrawfordmarine. Com. Au includes even more detailed information on our services, location and plenty of general boating information for you to peruse. Remember to join our conversation on JCM's Facebook page and subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter.
On behalf of the team, we look forward to seeing you.