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Old 11-20-2018, 10:35 AM   #1
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Sold-Trinka Sailing Dinghy for Sale with Trailer

Classic 10’ Trinka sailing dinghy with two-part mast and boom, white Dacron sail in great, daggerboard and kick-up rudder and all hardware. Extra towing eye. Protective stainless transom molding. Stainless mounding on forefoot and skeg to protect bottom from rocky or coral bottoms. Two pair bronze oarlock sockets. 6’ 6” oars. Bronze Edson “Oar-Loc”. Self-bailer. “Off-White” hull color. Canvas boat cover & spar bag from Johansen 2005. Excellent condition.

2005 Load Rite trailer (registered) with folding tongue and folding dolly wheel. Trailer is in excellent condition.

Boat is complete with everything except floorboards but they are available from Johansen Boat Works if needed.

I am second owner. Original owner purchased boat in 1999 and used it sparingly on Chesapeake Bay. I bought the boat in 2005 and used it as a rowing dinghy for about four years since that time. It is a fantastic boat to row or tow!

Boat has been well cared for and is in outstanding condition. We sold our Freedom 38 10 years ago and kept the Trinka intending to find a trawler. As plans have changed, we have decided to put it up for sale. Located in Naples, Florida. $3,950.00 OBO Please PM me if interested. Thanks!
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:09 AM   #2
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The Trinka 10 is a great little boat. I owned one in the 2000s also in the Chesapeake. Good luck with your sale.


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Old 11-20-2018, 11:26 AM   #3
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Photo of Trinka & trailer.

Trinka photo.
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Old 11-22-2018, 09:23 PM   #5
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More photos of Trinka and Two-part Mast, boom, Kick-up rudder and Daggerboard.

More photos of Trinka 10 and mast, boom, rudder and daggerboard.
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More pics of Trinka 10!

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More pictures of Trinka 10.

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Updated Price $2,950.00

Updated Price is $2,950.00.
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Updated Price is $2,950.00.
An excellent price!! If I didn't already have one, I'd be all over that.
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Old 12-02-2018, 11:02 AM   #10
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An excellent price!! If I didn't already have one, I'd be all over that.
Thanks! It’s in great condition. Someone is going to get a terrific deal. I appreciate your comment!
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Are these self bailing like the 12 footers?
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I clicked on this just too look at another Trinka.
The gunn’l isn’t a looker but may be a great bumper.
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No the 10 foot Trinka is not self-bailing like the 12 foot Trinka.
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Are these self bailing like the 12 footers?
This is a nice one. I also have a ten foot Trinka. They row like a dream and very well built. I wish I had the sail rig and trailer. Good luck with sale.
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I clicked on this just too look at another Trinka.
The gunn’l isn’t a looker but may be a great bumper.
The canvas covered urethane foam gunwale fender is attached to the gunwale to protect it. The canvas does have some points of wear where the oars rubbed. I personally wouldn’t replace it yet. The Trinka.com website has some great information.
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Another photo of my Trinka.

Another photo of my Trinka under the full custom Sunbrella cover from the builder in Vero Beach. There are three aluminum posts to hold up the cover to drain water away.
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Please PM me. I'm interested and located in Fort Myers (off and on).
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i am very interested. I wonder how I could get it to Maine without transporting it myself. I will investigate my sources for a "mini" boat mover. I will get back to you as soon as I find out. I want the boat!

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