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New to the 505 Class? Read this First.

You may have heard that 505's are some of the most well-made dinghy's around. Many 505's can stay competitive for an indefinite period of time when well cared for. Some older 505's were not built as well, and may not be worth spending time and money on to get back on the race course. This page is organized in a way to help you determine which boat is right for your own 505 sailing goals. VISIT THIS PAGE for more information on ALL the various 505 builders throughout the years. Also, hull numbers are sequential, and are issued upon initial measurement after the boat is built. The International Site has a listing of ALL hull numbers (0-6999 Listing and 7000+ Listing) with the builder and year of manufacture. The minimum weight of a 505 (weighed with all equipment required for racing except sails) is 127.4kg or 280.9 pounds. Many boats have lead corrector weights (50% located at front of CB trunk, 50% located at rear of CB trunk) to bring the boat up to this minimum weight. Do you have a question about 505's that is not answered by this website? Email webmaster@usa505.org and we will do our best to help!

Below is a listing of used boats and equipment offered for sale in the United States. The INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE CLASSIFIEDS also lists boats and gear offered for sale to an international audience. You are welcome to post your item in both places for more exposure. Posting to this page is free for current paid members of the American Section. To post your boat or equipment on the listing below, use one of the following options:


The used boat ads on this page are organized based on the following classification scheme:


LAST UPDATED ON: Aug 20, 2018

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Boats For Sale

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Year Built - Builder - Hull Number - Location - Price - Link to Photos

  • Description with additional info.

Category 1 Boats


1967 - Butler - 3061 - Dale City, FL - $1,800 - PHOTO ALBUM


This is a restored 1967 British Butler w/ 505 Parker mast. The Butler are bit overbuilt so this makes for a super fun boat with cool paint job for sailing class or youth. The hull is restored with Interlux perfection like a black mirror. Sails are in solid shape with yellow spinnaker. Yes centerboard gasket was just replaced. Original old school rudder and centerboard. Ridding is simple for a 505 and it needs a spinnaker pole. Sadly I have not had the time to sail it and must move. Comes with oversize trailer with excellent tires and a spare. $2,500 firm cash or it take it up north with me.

Category 2 Boats


1989 - Krywood - 8244 - Annapolis, MD - $2,500 - PHOTO ALBUM



8244 is a great turn-key entry-level 505 and might be competitive at the local level in the right hands. This boat competed in the 2017 worlds and we were able to at least start every race. Mike Holt originally owned this boat in 1990. The boat is still very light (I had to add 5 kg lead to weigh in at the worlds).

Boat
  • Double (aluminum) poles
  • Two mainsails (one decent P&B ~2001, and one old bagged-out North Sails)
  • Two jibs (one marginal ~2001 North Sails, one bagged-out (and over-sized) P&B)
  • Gybing (not high-aspect) centerboard (note: the trunk is not long enough to take a high-aspect board, so without major surgery this is about as good as it gets. This is one reason this boat will not ever be competitive over the local level)
  • Nice new top cover (2016)
  • Hull has had a couple of repairs (above the waterline)
Trailer
  • Older rapid trailer with new bearings
  • Dolly rollers are worn out, but you can still muscle the dolly onto the trailer.
  • Dolly is still fully functional if a bit rusty
I'm selling this boat because I'm looking to upgrade to a more competitive (Category 4) boat. I've learned what I can from 8244, but it's time to move up. Willing to negotiate on price.

1987 - Rondar - 8240 - Detroit, MI - $3,000 - PHOTO ALBUM



INCLUDES:
  • White/Gray/Green fiberglass hull
  • Foam/glass centerboard
  • Lifting high-aspect wood/glass rudder with aluminum tiller and telescoping extension
  • Proctor-"D" Aluminum Mast, Spreaders, standing rigging, trapeze wires and spares
  • Roll-on trailer and beach dolly, 2" ball, light bar, and straps
  • "Long luff" spinnaker pole and hardware (new higher mast exit)
  • Practice Main, Jib, and 2x Spinnaker (old cut) (fair)
  • North Radial Jib (Used only once!)
  • North Dacron/Technora Main (Excellent!)
  • North "long luff" spinnaker (Good)
  • Top and Bottom Covers
  • All Running Rigging
  • Many spares!
This is an incredible opportunity to get into one of the best classes in the world! Whether moving up from 420's, tired of sailing Lasers alone, downsizing from a bigger boat, or just wanting to rip across the water in a fast skiff-style boat for fun, this is the ticket! She is designed for a racing crew of two,with competitive teams ranging from 270-415lbs! Great for family teams, couples, or daysailing with friends! Rondar makes some of the fastest 5o5's on the water, and Proctor makes the best masts! Turn-key!

This isn't a CAT 3 or CAT 4 boat because it has a single pole and the sails and foils are a bit dated. If you went to double poles and called North or Glaser I'm sure it would be a good locally/regionally competitive boat, but both my crew and I have other priorities and just never used the boat as much as we had planned.

Hull is solid, no crazing or soft spots, rig is straight and bends nicely. I'm sure someone more savvy with the class would want to do some upgrades, but it's a good entry-level boat and I had a lot of fun with it, and I want her to go to someone who will sail her.

I will deliver anywhere in MI, OH, or IN. 

1989 - Rondar - 8261 - Acton, MA - $3,750 - PHOTO ALBUM


  • Boat:
    - Launcher, fiberglass, cored
    - Original Milanes/White gybing centerboard.
    - Proctor Cumulus mast rigged for long-luff spinnaker.
    - Proctor aluminum boom.
    - Double aluminum poles.
    - Two mainsails (one Glaser, one North), both still have decent shape. The North is starting to delam.
    - Two jibs (Glasers, one decent, one very tired).
    - One spinnaker (Glaser, good).
    - Sailor's Tailor top cover, good condition

  • Trailer:
    - Rapide-style trailer w/ launching dolly and light-board.
    - Converted to US-size wheels and road-tires
    - Suspension still good

  • Overall:
    - Race-ready, road-ready condition. Hull is in good condition. Has had light use for most of its life. Paint is slightly oxidized in places and could use some wet-sanding to improve cosmetics. No delams that I know of. Gelcoat still good. Great boat for a new team.
    - Willing to help w/ delivery and/or facilitate a test-sail

1988 - Lindsey - 8194 - Hayes, VA - $4,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


  • Late 80's composite Lindsey hull with side launcher tube and forward tack headstay.  
  • Fully re-rigged in 2017 and sailed Annapolis Worlds.  
  • Brand new main & Jib and multiple mid grade spinnakers.  
  • HA Waterat Rudder with carbon tiller and extension.  
  • HA 480 Waterat CB.  
  • Carbon boom with double carbon poles.  
  • 2 M2 Masts . 
  • Excellent condition top and bottom covers, rapid trailer and dolly.  
  • Boat is fully rigged and ready for racing.

Category 3 Boats


1978 - Lindsay/Tuttle - 6821 - San Diego, CA - $3,200 obo - PHOTO ALBUM


  • Nomex, Kevlar and carbon hull. Mahogany decks. 
  • Completely refurbished in 2016 with the latest set-up including shroud tracks and under deck launcher
  • Single aluminum Spinnaker pole, rigged for twin poles
  • Ullman dacron mainsail
  • Ullman jib, good condition
  • Older jib, average condition
  • Glaser AP spinnaker, little use
  • Rapide trailer and dolly

1986 - Waterat - 7877 - San Francisco Bay South, CA - $4,100 - PHOTO ALBUM


  • Waterat foam core 505
  • Forward tack offset launcher custom, constantly updated rigging (if it broken fix it, if it not broken make it better), has twin Carbon poles, boat is within a Kilo or two of minimum weight.  
  • One D, plus another D that needs to be assembled
  • Sails: North jibs one jib is zipper luff with low mileage, Mains multiple, At least 3 spinnakers
  • HA 420 Centerboard, standard rudder.
  • Rigging is good, lines are in good condition overall with mix of new hardware.
  • Aluminum boom.
  • Combi trailer dolly that has new suspension units and new dolly.
  • Top cover

1981 - Waterat - 7347 - Toledo, OH - $5,900 - PHOTO ALBUM


  • Nomex/kevlar epoxy construction with oak & mahogany veneer, very stiff, one of four made by Larry Tuttle 
  • Standard Lindsay foils
  • Proctor D mast with spare E section mast
  • 4 mains, 4 jibs, 3 spinnakers (one kevlar main, rest are Dacron, all are in good to serviceable condition.
  • Trailer & beach dolly

1992 - Rondar - 8438 - Tacoma, WA - $6,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


    The hull is stiff and has been stored in a garage the three years. The boat has been mostly re-rigged and is ready to race.
      Inventory includes...
      • Seldon Mast (Dyform stays, adjustable spreaders & upper/lower trap lines)
      • Older Proctor Mast (not rigged)
      • 480 High Aspect Centerboard (Phil's Foils)
      • High Aspect WaterRat Rudder
      • Dual Carbon Spin Poles/Boom Launcher system
      • Carbon Boom
      • 2 Mains (very good Galser Technora Main and good Dacron North Main)
      • 2 Jibs (good and very good both North Dacron)
      • 2 Spinnakers (Practice and Very Good both North)
      • Top and Bottom Cover (both OK condition)
      • Rapide steel frame dolly
      Also includes a two-boat Rapide trailer which was recently rewelded/reinforced and has new tires.
        Besides re-rigging most of the boat, I also rebuilt the centerboard thwart and gave the cockpit interior a fresh coat of grey non-skid paint. There are still a few minor projects to do on the boat/mast, but that's part of owning a 5o5. There are always projects!


        1981 - Lindsay - 7197 - Annapolis, MD - $5,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Traditional Lindsay in great condition 
        • Brightwork on tanks and deck in excellent condition 
        • Boat was professionally re-rigged and hull painted 2 years ago 
        • Twin carbon poles 
        • HA foil and CB 
        • Running and standing rigging in excellent shape 
        • Dolly and road trailer included 
        • Complete with deck and road covers

        1987 - Waterat - 8013 - Mystic, CT - $7,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Older bag boat rerigged by Waterat to add a bow launcher, updated to a double aluminum pole system, mostly new running rigging, standard Waterat foils, Proctor D mast rigged, spare new Proctor D mast unrigged, several aluminum booms, top cover, new bottom cover 2014, rapide trailer/dolly, and many sails. Most of the sails are practice quality with the exception of a few jibs and a Glaser kite which are in good racing condition.

        • The boat was ~1kg overweight when last measured in 2014, including a fair bit of extra hardware from prior rigging setups that hadn't been removed since weight wasn't an issue. Could easily be brought back to corrector weight status.

        • Kevlar and honeycomb construction, the paint/gelcoat has chipped off in places on the deck (cosmetic), and the hull is in great shape. Very stiff without deflection issues. Photos attached prior to rerigging with double poles, will take more when I'm able.

        1989 - Lindsay - 8190 - Philadelphia, PA - $7,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Hull is kevlar honeycomb, foredeck is Waterat honeycomb. Deck is mahogany veneer, tanks recently refinished
        • Racing sails: North kevlar main, dacron jib, .75oz spi all in very good shape
        • Practice sails: North dacron main, 2 Jibs, 1 spi, good enough for club racing, a few older sails
        • D section mast, one unrigged D mast (has dent but could be used)
        • Waterat standard style blades
        • Single pole system. Spare unrigged tapered aluminum pole
        • Rapide trailer/dolly with new road tires.
        • Top, bottom and mast covers in very good condition
        • This is a nice, stiff boat with very low hours for its age. It's normally stored indoors. Hull and blades are generally in good shape, could use some normal attention. Rigging is good, though it's time for standing rigging to be replaced. The boat is race ready.Hull is kevlar honeycomb

        1981 - Lindsay - 7318 - Denver, CO - $8,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Kevlar/epoxy resin fully cored, wood deck and interior, weight 282 pounds, Bag boat.  
        • Hull has no soft areas anywhere, strong and stiff as when built.  
        • Rebuilt 1996 and 1999, past NA and I believe worlds champions.
        • Two masts, Proctor D and Ballenger, Spiro system, single pole/spare.  
        • Unless your have other preferences, rigging is complete and ready to  
        • race, fittings are strong, reliable and easy to use.  
        • Unique mast rake and shroud tension system independently adjusts on 
        • the water.  North 3DL main only used at one regatta, nearly new North jib, North spinnaker, rev 6, good condition, numerous practice sails.  
        • Two centerboards, original Lindsay and Waterat, two rudders/covers.  
        • Rapide trailer and dolly with transom light board in very good condition.  
        • Bottom and top boat covers, Suunto compass.  
        • Pump type spinnaker hoist and fast twing changer. 
        • DETAILED INFORMATION  
          • I have owned six 505's since 1966 and this Lindsay boat is by far the best.  I purchased it, famously known as ""Dump Truck"" in 1999, and since then it has been stored indoors.  Over time, the tops of the seat tanks have bee scarred by trapeze hooks but repaired.  Various interior materials show holes caused by rigging changes over time.  
          • Upon receipt of the boat several repairs  were made.  The bottom gel coat was removed but no Kevlar was touched.  The hull was faired as necessary and spray painted with ""Petit"" brand 2-part epoxy paint.  The hull was wet sanded 1000 grit.  
          • Over time prior to my ownership, shroud tension caused stress cracking of the wood deck aft of the bow tank bulkhead.  The underside of this deck area was repaired.  No additional cracking due to shroud tension has occurred since.  The net effects of these two repairs was to bring the all-up weight (ex sails) to 282 pounds with no correction weights, to increase the strength and stiffness of the hull, and to protect the hull from shroud tension damage.  
          • The rig tension and mast rake can be independently adjusted while on the water. Only two control lines are used to make these adjustments.  
          • One line  adjusts the shroud tension, and the other line adjusts the mast rake adjustment without changing the value of the other adjustment.  This is a very effective and easy system to use.  
          • The side tanks and the bow tank are completely dry.  The main sheeting is of the transom type.  The main sail has a leech reefing control, and all the control lines are inside the boom.  The mast strut system has both up and down control to fix the car.   All control lines near the floor are tailed with shock cord so lines are not underfoot.  The spinnaker storage bags are fully functional but tattered and purely for appearance reasons could be replaced."

        1986 - Waterat - 7879 - St. Petersburg, FL - $6,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Includes double stack trailer. 
        • 1 dacron north main, 3 Jibs, 2 kites: 1 racing north, 1 ok north, 1 ullman pretty worn. 1 good race north kite, 1 practice kite.
        • 2 D section masts, one unrigged
        • Older waterat style blades
        • Double pole system but all aluminum for maximum skipper punishment.
        • Needs installation of some small rigging systems but most of the major rigging systems are present. 
        • This boat is still stiff. I've put over 450lbs of rig tension on and had zero hull deflection. We won a few events in this boat against good teams in fast boats. It probably needs new blades to really take it to the next level. I left it out over the summer and it filled with water so it has some water damage to the paint. Honestly it needed to be repainted anyway. The bigger damage is that the area inside the launcher by the bow is soft. I would recommend just installing a side launcher. I love this boat and have had so many great memories on her. But no one ever wants to go sailing or help me put in the time to do boat work so I’m going to hand her off. Feel free to contact me with more questions.

        Category 4 Boats


        1995 - Kyrwood - 8559 - San Francisco, CA - $5,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Equipped to modern standards including twin carbon poles
        • Waterat rudder and 420 centerboard
        • Hull has some carbon reinforcements
        • One decent set of sails and some spares
        • Nice top and bottom covers
        • Trailer and dolly for convenient travel
        • Comes with TackTick micro compass

        1996 - Kulmar - 8627 - Annapolis, MD - $4,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • This is your opportunity to own a world's quality boat for a fraction of the cost. It has everything you need to compete, even great sails! 
        • Hull and deck are foam cored ALL CARBON 
        • Spars:2 Proctor D Masts w/ Pole launchers(one double spreader, one single) 
        • 1 Proctor Boom 
        • 2 spin poles 
        • Great set of Glaser carbon sails(only 5 races on them), and an additional set of Dacron sails with extra spinn. 
        • Blades:Waterat Standard gybing Centerboard Guck HA Rudder, Top (Kinder) & bottom covers 
        • Rapide trailer w/ Large American wheelsCustom hull supported stainless dolly w/ beach wheels 
        • This boat has won races at world's! 

        2003 - Freemantle - 8821 - New York, NY - $10,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • 2003 Fremantle 5o5 Nomex All Carbon Pre-preg
        • Sails:
          • 2013 North Jib
          • 2014 Glaser Radial Main
          • 2012 Glaser Main
          • 2012 Glaser Spin AP
          • 2010 Glaser Spin AP
        • 2014 Superspars M2 Carbon Double Spreader (4 regattas old)
        • Waterat Carbon Boom & Double Poles
        • 2012 Waterat HA 480 Centerboard with Waterat Gybestop installed
        • Waterat HA Rudder with 10mm German Fittings
        • Top and Bottom Covers
        • Rapide Dolly & Trailer
        • Boat is 48lbs light and very stiff. Has almost all new lines and rigging. Double poles and all the standard goodies. 
        • Recent Results:
          • 4th 2013 ECCs
          • 2nd 2013 Wickford Regatta
          • 4th 2014 Newport Regatta
          • 3rd 2014 Hyannis Regatta
          • 11th 2014 ECCs
          • 11th 2016 Heineken Dingy Regatta Rye, NY 
        • Willing to deliver to most places in the Northeast (Newport, Annapolis, etc) 
        • Check www.usa8821.com for more information.  Website is included in the sale of the boat.

        1986 - Waterat - 7875 - Redwood City, CA - $13,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Complete factory update and re-rig by Larry Tuttle in 2008 – effectively a new build with an older sail number
        • Excellent condition!  Ready to race a Worlds!
        • Epoxy/Kevlar/Honeycomb construction; minimum weight
        • 2 masts; Superspar M2, Proctor/Selden D, aluminum boom with twin carbon poles
        • One spare aluminum boom
        • Rigged with all of the latest systems
        • High-aspect Waterat centerboard and rudder
        • Top and bottom covers; Rapide beach trolley 
        • Comes with road trailer that fits the dolly and California plate
        • Lots of go-fast gizmos; many expensive fittings
        • Lots of quality sails, plus practice sails
        • Brand new (unused) spinnaker!
        • Includes tactic compass
        • Excellent condition, rigged and ready to race!
        • Located in SF Bay Area, home of the 2018 North Americans!

        1990 - Waterat - 8265 - Cohasset, MA - $13,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • 1990 Waterat launcher which went unused for almost two decades. 
        • The hull was recently rejuvenated by Guck Inc. - closing all holes for the old twing hardware and checking over the bottom for any soft spots. 
        • The boat was upgraded with HA centerboard & rudder, Superspars M2 masts (2), carbon boom and spinnaker poles and all of the related equipment to make it an up-to-date racer. 
        • Recently raced at NAs and Worlds she is available immediately. 
        • Comes with top and bottom covers, rudder cover and Rapide dolly/trailer.

        Category 5 Boats


        2007 - Rondar - 8929 - Kiel, Germany - $TBD - PHOTO ALBUM


        !!Charter our TOP 505er for events in Europe: Worlds (Poland), Kiel (Germany), Euro Cups in France and Italy among others!!
        __________________________________________

        As we will start our training not until preparation for the World Championships in Australia at the end of 2018, the boat can be chartered from now until September 2018 for regattas at home (Germany) and abroad.
        Sailing number GER8929: 100% competitive (8th place at the WM2017 in Annapolis, many 1st-3rd places on national regattas and German championships in 2015,2016,2017)
        We will polish the hull up, so that nothing stands in the way of your victory;)
        Options for chartering:
        Option 1: boat without sails
        Option 2: Boat with racing sails from 2016 (1 complete set, similar to the one illustrated)

        Included in both options are: trailer, road trailer, top and bottom cover, profiles and insurance.

        Please get in touch with further questions. first-come first-served
        Charter from Kiel!

        jan.reifferscheidtAToutlook.de
        015150197378


        2003 - Van Munster - 8824 - Seattle, WA - $11,500 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • She's stiff, she's fast, she's ready to race. She has some scratches in her paint from use. The mast rakes from 25'10" back to 24'4", weighed in at the NAs at 127.4 with plenty of lead to give. This boat won a race at the NAs last summer and is plenty quick when you have her dialed in. Originally a So Cal Team Tuesday boat. 
        • Carbon prepreg Nomex core hull 
        • Water Rat 480 centerboard 
        • Water Rat Rudder (2010) 
        • Selden Alto mast (2009) 
        • Selden Cumulus (partially rigged) 
        • Jess Boom reinforced vang 
        • Water Rat double poles 
        • Glaser Hybrid Main 2014 
        • Glaser Jib 2016 
        • Glaser Jib 2014 
        • Glaser .5 flat kite 2013 
        • Glaser .6 kite 2009 
        • Glaser Cross cut Main 2009 
        • Steel A frame dolly 
        • Trailer (unregistered) 
        • Top cover trailer/rigged 
        • Felt lined bottom cover 
        • Rudder bag Mast covers (2)

        2002 - Van Munster - 8813 - Santa Cruz, CA - $12,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Prepreg carbon-honeycomb Hull
        • New Bottom 2010
        • Complete re-rig 2011
        • M2 Superspar new in 2009
        • Spare Gold Spar
        • Waterat HA 480
        • Waterat build in Jibe Stopper
        • Spare Van Munster Board
        • Waterat Rudder
        • Waterat Carbon Boom
        • Carbon Double Pole system
        • 2 Glaser Mains
        • 2 Glaser Jibs
        • 2 Glaser Spinnakers
        • Comes with trailer and aluminum slip dolly
        • Top & Bottom Covers
        • Weight in at 127.8kg at SF worlds

        2004 - Rondar - 8851 - Newport, RI - $14,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Holger rigged Rondar, 2005 World Champ.
        • Race winner in breeze at 2017 NAs and top 5 in the light stuff at 2017 worlds.
        • Holger CB ~510 with ears taken off
        • Holger HA rudder
        • Carbon Boom/Poles & Waterat Launcher fitting w/ the upgrade
        • Stainless CB trunk liners
        • Lifting Pin
        • Crew launch/douse
        • 3D Jib leads
        • Top/Bottom covers
        • New gasket for worlds
        • Bottom & foils professionally touched up winter 16/17 for worlds
        Sails:
        • 2017 Glaser 505 Technora Radial Mainsail (Worlds use only)
        • 2017 505 Technora jib with zipper luff: Std luff length (Worlds use only)
        • 2017 Glaser SK70 AP (2 events - ECCs and Worlds with a couple patches)
        • 2016 Glaser SK70 Small (I've never used, maybe 5 days on it per Glaser loft)
        • 2015 505 Technora Radial Mainsail
        • 2015 505 Radial/Crosscut Dacron jib with zipper luff: long
        • luff
        • 2014 North AP kite
        • Other misc Glaser Sails and kites
        • West MerSea Trailer/Dolly like Rapide.

        2008 - Rondar - 8951 - Annapolis, MD - $17,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


            Ready to race and win - boat just finished 11th at the 2017 Worlds! 

            Don't let the 89XX boat number fool you, this boat has been lightly used during its lifetime and has been in storage for the past 2 years. 

            Includes: 

        •  2008 Carbon Rondar 
          •  Under weight with full measurement certificate 
          •  White on white with upgraded P&B carbon bow fitting for easier launching. 
          •  Hull is completely fair with new Glaser slot gasket. 
        • New Selden Alto mast (P&B spec) with titanium starlock and waterat pole launcher 
        • New Selden carbon boom 
        • Dual carbon polls with Holt-style deck-mounted launcher cleats 
        • Waterat 480 CB and new HA rudder (heavy duty Spenger fittings) 
        • Rigging (lines from Liros, Alpha, Gleistein, FSE Robline, Gottifredi Maffioli) 
          • Holt-style main bridle 
          • Jess-style vang, forestay (upgraded to full rake range), adjustable shrouds, ram up/down (continuous systems with integrated line take-ups) 
          • Adjustable shroud tracks 
          • Howard-style Auto Earwigs 
          • Skipper or Holt-style Crew Hoist 
          • Full inboard and outboard jib leads 
        • Rapide Dolly and Single Trailer 
        • Covers - Top (New Kinder) and Bottom (ST) 
        • TackTick Race master 
        • Full set of race sails - main, jib, spinnaker (1 or few regattas on them) 
            Boat is fully calibrated and ready to go!


        2010 - Rondar - 9042 - San Francisco, CA - $18,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • 2010 Carbon/epoxy Rondar custom rigged by Thompson Boatworks and first sailed in 2011. Maintained in excellent condition, very clean layout. Selden mast, Waterat carbon boom and double-poles. Waterat 480 HA CB, Waterat HA rudder and carbon tiller. Sailors Tailor top and bottom covers. Harken Canvas boom, rudder and tiller bags. Dolly. Tac-Tic Micro compass. Many refinements and all running rigging has been continuously updated and maintained.


        2004 - Waterat - 8853 - Australia - $20,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Topnotch V2 Carbon Waterat
        • Identically rigged to California layout (Hamlin)
        • Tuttle centerboard case woodwork in clear epoxy.
        • Selden mast, carbon boom and carbon twin-pole system

        2016 - Ovington - 9165 - East or West Coast - $25,000 - PHOTO ALBUM


        World ClassProgram

        • 2016 - Brand new Ovington carbon hull fitted out by Holger Jess - minimum weight with correctors & certificate
        • Jess HA carbon CB and rudder
        • 2X SuperSpars M2 masts with padded mast cover
        • Jess carbon boom and with dual carbon poles 
        • Jess top cover and trailer cover
        • Tacktick Micro compass
        • Rapide dolly and single trailer
        • Full set of sails

        2017 - Rondar - 9187 - Gdynia, Poland - $28,700 - PHOTO ALBUM


        • Brand new Rondar 505 for sale. Fully rigged, ready to win races. Available now!
        • The boat was fitted by Jan Saugmann and Luke Skrzycki for the 2018 Words Championships. Regardless costs, boat was professionally rigged and fitted with the best equipment available for 505. Prepared with extreme attention to details. For sale due to project cancelation and team split.
        • New design of the deck layout – allow full rig adjustments but is optimized for more ergonomic crew and helm working area.
        • The boat is rigged only with the best Harken equipment (tracks, blocks, fittings). 
        • Ropes on the boat are carefully chosen to fit the purpose (Liros, FSE, Maffioli). 
        • Class measurement certificate included.
          • Hull: brand new, 2017 Rondar carbon/epoxy
          • Mast: brand new Selden Alto, designed and rigged by Jan Saugmann
          • Boom: brand new, Selden, carbon, (much stiffer than any other 505 boom)
          • Spinpoles: brand new, Selden carbon, 
          • Centreboard: brand new, 2017 latest design P&B, gybeing, high-aspect
          • Rudder: carbon, eXploder, very high-aspect
          • Blocks and fittings: HARKEN only!
          • Shrouds: special Marlow 98 dyneema, adjustable shroud tracks
          • Forestay: special Marlow 98 dyneema
          • Troley: brand new, fits 505 trailer
          • Deck cover: high quality, breathable
        • Price: 25000 Euro
        • Optionally: sails and set of covers from Narwal Sails
        • We can deliver the boat to Germany.
        • You are highly welcome to come and check the boat. Test rides possible for experienced 505 sailors.

        Donations Sought


        Westlawn is seeking a 505 donation for their program. Email webaster@usa505.org for contact information.

        Hello, 5o5 webmaster!

        Perhaps one of the 5o5s listed for sale can be donated to Westlawn, a 501(c)3 public charity. We will use it “in program” for 3+ years, so the tax deduction is for the full appraised value (and trailers and sails can be separated). Most boat donation programs simply liquidate, which means the deduction is limited to the cash obtained at auction by the donee. We will use the boat, which is good for the fleet of course.

        I am in Los Angeles, so a California boat would be good, but we can pick up a boat anywhere.


        Donation of Sails sought - One or two sets of sails (Main/Jib/Spin) for a Proctor D sought for donation to the Park City Sailing Association. We're a 501C-3 and recently received Waterat #7772 through a generous donation. Sails will be used to give kids the chance to try a high performance boat and the boat will hopefully travel to the occasional West coast event.

         

        SOLD BOATS ARCHIVE



        Equipment For Sale
        To inquire about any of the listings on this page, email webmaster@usa505.org, and you will be put in touch with the seller.

          Rudder Cover - Bristol, RI


          • We at Kinder Industries have a padded 505 rudder bag for sale. It is a seagull grey color using top gun material...very nice! If interested, please let us know. $75 Call: 401-253-7076

          505 Sails - Annapolis, MD


          • Great set of Ullman Sails carbon main and jib with long luff Spinnaker.  PHOTO. Asking $1000

          Sailing Gear - Toronto, CA


          • Brand New, unused, Bigfoot harness with sliding hook available in north america (Toronto). Order was too large for me, but already out of Aus which means savings for you. Will fit someone on the heavier side, make an offer. Contact for details.  Asking < $350

          Foils - Hampton, VA


          • Two Waterat Standard Centerboards.  One brand new used only once.  Second in good shape.  Both have up down rigging and lifting pin.  Best Offer

          Mast - San Jose, CA


          • Mast for Sale - $500 - Album

          Equipment Wanted

          The bottom of a roller furling unit in usable condition.  gowansg@suddenlink.net.  252-636-6115