Located near Stanwood, WA
This spring a neighbor was getting rid of it and I ended up parking the project in my yard.
The boat is very rare - only a handful were built That is the reason why I prevented it from going to the landfill.
PDF manual: https://www.rvharvey.com/hilu-manual.pdf
Plenty of pictures of others out there: https://www.rvharvey.com/hilu.htm
- If a title is needed, I do not have one, neither does the neighbor.
- Has been sitting in the elements for a looong time. Both foam filled hulls are waterlogged.
- Aluminum strip on fiberglass seam has been removed
- Sail is not nice to look at (apparently Sunfish sails work as well)
- All wood is barely there. Good enough for a template but rotten!
The few good things:
All boat specific hardware should be there!
I also received a folder with logo, measurements and other info on this boat the prev. owner received.
With the arrival of my own boat now this got pushed over the horizon and I cannot see myself touching it.
All is currently disassembled.
Edited by diewurst on Oct 28, 2019 - 04:13 PM.
Just roll it up and ship it. It is an 82 hour drive round trip. Should cost me about $600 in fuel. What's funny is my wife was saying we should take a trip to Seattle for our Anniversary in 364 days...
81' NACRA 5.2 "Chris's Flyer"
Previously owned H18, Trac 14, G-Cat 5.0, H14T, H16, N5.0
BYC, Mobile, AL