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HOBIE 21 SE
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1 451 4/15/19
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Description: 1992 Hobie 21 SE


2 Sets of sails and a spinnaker (mint condition)


CATRAX with brand new tires and tubes


Some extra parts (trap bungies, lines etc)


Boat is solid and fully functional.
Brand: HOBIE
Model: 21 SE
HIN#: na
City: Darien
State: CT
Phone Number: 646 7842565



mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/19/19
The wing supports have been modified to sit on the top/edge of the hull. That seems to handle the stress far better than the original style. They are held down with a bolt and still fold. Just remove the bolt. I do not have a frighting pole but the standard righting line system is there. I I start getting charged for my summer space soon and open to offers. I just don’t use it. The spinnaker pole was made from an old windsurfer mast.
charlescarlis

Registered: June 2018
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Comment Date: 4/19/19
Curious - (good price, BTW) - the wings don't look standard to the 21SE, however it certainly looks like a 21SE, with collapsible hull iwdth and everything. Were the wings an add-on, like from an 18SX? Seems like a simple solution to my cracked wing socket problem on mine, though I'll likely re-fiberglass my own. Nice boat - I didn't get a spinnaker and spent the same amount, PLUS have been dumping money into it...seems like a deal to me. BTW- only right-able by one person if you have a righting pole (see youtube video), in my opinion. Otherwise, they appear to be fine, if not a little heavy/stable boats.
mikell

Registered: October 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
Thanks for taking the time to reply. After reconsidering, I think the H21 is a bit large for me.
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
those links should give you something to start with
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
https://www.boat-specs.com/hobie-cat/hobie-cat-21-se
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
https://www.hobie.com/support/hobie-21/
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
At this price, it's worth shipping in my opinion. This is well below market, at least as far as I can tell, again, experts feel free to correct me.
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
At this price, it's worth shipping in my opinion. This is well below market, at least as far as I can tell, again, experts feel free to correct me.
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/17/19
The trailer is fine for around town. It's not suitable for a trip that long, at least in my view. Nothing wrong with it, it's just not made for that. As to the manageability of the boat, it's big and powerful. I am 220 Pounds and in a decent breeze, I need more crew weight. I think that the suggested crew weight is north of 400 pounds but maybe the experts on this site could chime in if I am wrong. I am sure that all of the specs/stats are available on line from Hobie. It has all of the standard equipment as outlined in the original documentation.
mikell

Registered: October 2018
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Comment Date: 4/16/19
yes. I live in northeast Texas, near Dallas. Here's a few more questions. Do I have to disassemble the boat to trailer it? What condition is the trailer in? It's quite a haul from Dallas to CT and back. Does the boat have a righting system in case of a capsize? Is it possible for one 160 lb man (me) to right the boat? Is the boat stable or easily flipped? Weighing over 600 lb and being 10' wide would SEEM to make it fairly stable, but then it has loads of sail area. I've owned Prindle 16, Nacra 5.2 and Nacra 5.7. I was confident sailing these solo and could right all of them by myself. Your answers will be much appreciated. Thanks.
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/16/19
Are you interested in the boat ?
mdltuck02

Registered: August 2018
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Comment Date: 4/15/19
Yes. It has a trailer.
mikell

Registered: October 2018
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Comment Date: 4/15/19
Trailer?


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