41 foot Aero Marine Plastics Bounty II
Port Angeles, WA
1959 Phil Rhodes Bounty II Sloop 40 10 Aero Marine Plastics in Sausalito, California Hull# 22Bounty II Sloop Rigging 7 8 Sloop Hull: full keel Length - LOA: 40 9 LWL: 28â² 0â³Beam: 10 3 Draft: 5 9 Material: fiberglass Displacement: 18800 Year: 1959 Cabins: 1 Berths: 4 Engine: 2QM 20 Yanmar Diesel engine; fresh-water cooled with low time Hull #22LOA 40 ft. 10 in. LWL 28 ft. Beam 10 ft. 3 in. Draft 5 ft. 9 in. Sail Area 737 sq. ft. 7 8 rig Stranger II built in 1959 is the ultimate ocean-going, sailing vessel from Aero Marine Plastics in Sausalito, California. The first production fiberglass sailboat of this size, 40 feet 10 inches long, hull #22, has a bullet-proof hull designed for ocean racing with classic lines by the famous naval architect, Phillip Rhodes. Stranger II raced off southern California in it s early days and has had only (3) owners. In the 80 s _ 90 s Stranger II cruised the waters off Catalina Island while berthed in San Pedro, California. In the Pacific Northwest since 1995, Stranger II sailed the San Juans and local destinations while berthed in Port Angeles, Washington.
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