Draft 1'7" to 4'5" (centerboard)
2'4" (bilge keels)
Displacement 3,195 lbs.
Ballast 1,146 lbs.;
Sail area 306 sq. ft
From WoodenBoat Magazine: "The Cape Henry 21 is a larger sister to the Cape Cutter 19. The lapstrake plywood hull is traditional English workboat in image, with long waterline and gaff rig. It is a surprisingly fast little boat and very seaworthy. It has a raised sheer with flush deck to give excellent interior volume for weekending. With 4 berths, a small galley and stowage for a portable heads, the Cape Henry 21 suits a small family for coastal cruising and gunkholing. Powering is with a small outboard that stays permanently in a well just forward of the rudder. It has lead internal ballast and a steel centreplate for windward ability."
More info on Cape Henry 21:
1959 Cruisers, Inc. runabout model, made from lapstrake mahogany plywood.
This little beauty has classic 1950's flare with all the details, including built in cup holders and bottle opener. Her Bimini top is in perfect condition and she also comes with a long-term and easy to use cover. She is currently out of the water on a single axle trailer in good condition with spare tire (included).
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