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Chappel Bahama Sharpshooter Pilot Cutter - 29'

Year 1950
Length 29ft.
Price US $29,500
Type: New
Hull Material PVC
Engine type Other
Fuel Other
Contact Information
  Heritage Yacht Sales, Inc.
829 Harbor Island Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
United States
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Builder:  Chappel Bahama Sharpshooter Designer:  Chappel
LOA: 29 Beam: 10 Max Draft:: 5
Displacement: 6 tons
Engine Model: Outboard Engine(s) HP: 9.9 Cruising Speed: 5.5 knots
Water: 40 gallons
This is the forerunner to the famous Bristol Channel Cutter by Lyle Hess. "SABU" was built by Squeeky Giese in Costa Mesa, Ca. She is built out of Long Leaf Pine with Oak Frames. This classic pocket cruiser is already in Mexico for the new owner. Contact listing Broker Bill Forsythe at 949 466-2206 or direct email at for further details.


Accommodations and Layout
This is a pocket cruiser with nice accomodations for 2. You enter the cabin and the galley is to port with sette forward and the sette/berth is to starboard. Forward is storage and a head.
  • 1 burner propane
  • Manuel water
  • Ice Box
  • Ample storage

Electronics & Navigation/Electrical
  • 12/110 volt systems
  • Compass
  • VHF
  • GPS Magellan

Sails and Rigging
  • Gaff rigged cutter
  • Main/2 Jibs/2 Genoas

Deck and Hull
Boat is built of "long leaf pine" with oak frames. The ballast is inside and is lead. The decks are long leaf pine and the boat is screw fastened.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Last Revised: Oct 06, 2007

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