Great sailing. Beautifully proportioned, fiberglass boat. The Salle Rover 300 is a Sam Crocker design that combines a number of traditional elements into a successful, stylish daysailer. Beautiful teak decks, aluminum spars. Bulkhead mounted compass. 5 HP outboard on a bracket. Electric bilge pump. Sail covers, cabin cushions. Built in 1994 by a shipwright from Cape Cod Shipbuilding.
Paraphrasing an earlier Crocker write up; With its shallow draft and broad beam, the Sallee Rover has been described as a cross between a catboat and a Muscongus Bay sloop. She has a very strong sheer, extended at the ends by her steeved bowsprit and boomkin, big outboard rudder, a clipper bow and a round-fronted cabin trunk which combines with a high coaming carried well aft. But for all the traditional detailing, the sail plan is a modern marconi rig of manageable size. Her down-low weight and wide body, plus some inside ballast and the sensible sail plan, make this a stiff boat in strong winds.
Two side berths below deck, limited headroom but good storage and adequate shelter for sailing camp-cruising. Her cockpit is self-bailing and the footwell is jogged, thus adding space and making good use of the coaming, cabin, and afterdeck for assorted seating under sail or at anchor.
This is a sweetheart-of-a-boat.
Please call for details. Currently priced as a steal.