Located on the hard in Mystic Connecticut, Stout provides a great example of this highly regarded Rod Johnstone design. The classic racer cruiser, Stout is fast and competitive and comes complete with an impressive and new sail (2017-2019) inventory. Carbon fiber spinnaker and whisker poles. Several recent upgrades. Ready to race with a favorable PHRF. Includes 5HP Evinrude two stroke outboard.
Please call Howard Taylor at 860 884 9924 to schedule a viewing. Thank you
Rudders and Moorings LLC, Varykino, Stonington Connecticut Office:
Built by Tillotson-Pearson. The white hull and grey non skid deck are both balsa cored fiberglass, deck hardware through bolted. Fin keel, tiller steering with outboard rudder. Black ablative VC offshore painted race ready bottom
The layout includes two quarter berths aft a basin to starboard and small cabinet to starboard. There are two settees in the main saloon with storage outboard. Two fixed ports. There is a porta-potti to port forward. The forepeak in Stout is currently a sail locker, but can be converted into a double berth. Over head hatch forward for ambient light and ventilation. Cushions for settees/berths. The bulkhead has a teak veneer and the sole is teak and holly. Head room 5'4"
Masthead rig, aluminium mast stepped on keel. Stainless steel standing rigging (new backstay 2017), new running rigging (2018) including new mainsheet, new windward sheeting car, new racing sails (see below), New carbon fiber spinnaker and whisker poles, new #3 and #1 towing system, Harken mainsheet traveller.
Two Harken Performa #35 primary 2 speed winches
Two Harken Performa #20 2 speed self tailing winches on cabin house
Three winch handles
Sail Number USA40159
Racing Sails. All are Fries Sail Design.
Tack-Tick racing system
Standard Horizon VHF radio
Garmin GPSmap 740
ST60 depth meter
Two Suunto compasses at bridge deck
12 v Battery
5HP 2 stroke Evinrude outboard motor (8HP 4 stroke sold separately)
Stainless steel stanchions, port and starboard gates
Stainless steel bow sprit and stern rail.
Dock lines and fenders
Fortress anchor, nylon leader.