Classic Columbia 31, 1967. Old, but better than new. Constant upgrading over 29 years. Lots of good stuff. Almost everything new or rebuilt. 20 hp Beta marine engine with only 400 hours.Sails: Doyle Genoa and Mack main, in great shape. Two jiffy reefing points. Sails very well in light air with Doyle UPS drifter/spinnaker. Beam 9'10". Draws only 3'1" with CB up. All lines lead back to cockpit with over $1500 worth of Garhauer hardware, plus two Andersen 12ST halyard winches. Harken System 1 roller furler. Lewmar 30 sheet winches. 40 watt solar panel. Garmin GPS, Standard Horizon VFH. Signet Depth Sounder. 22-pound Delta anchor on Garhauer Stainless roller with 200 ft o, 1/2" nylon and 40 feet of chain. Danforth 12H anchor. Sony CD stereo. Rewired, all running and interior lights LEDs. New Blue seas electrical panels. Lifesling. Cushions only 4 years old. C-head composting toilet which has absolutely NO SMELL, can handle two adults for 10 days. Eliminates the need for holding tanks, hoses, valves, through-hulls. 26-gallon Vetus flexible water tank. Solid as a rock, no soft decks. Four West Marine auto-inflatable life jackets with harnesses. A Switlik tether and a Wichard tether. Island Nautical jacklines. Bottom painted with Trinidad, May 2018. Good for 5 years. Nikon binoculars. Charlie Morgan design, a beautiful boat, always gets admiring glances and comments. Hate to see it go. Wife says her sailing days are over, so it has to go.