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Core Sound 15

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CS-15 Specs:

LOA………15′-214” [4.64] m

BEAM………5′-5” [1.65] m

DRAFT………7″ – 2′-8″ [0.18 – 0.81]m @ DWL

SAIL Area………100 sq. ft. [9.3 sqm]

WEIGHT………300-350 lbs [136-159]kg
*DISPLACEMENT………750 lbs (340 kg) @ DWL

ENGINE………2 – 10 HP; 2 HP for trolling
*@DWL With people water ballast and gear

Capacity….5 Adults Max

 

Seen above demonstrating stability and control, the Core Sound 15 has been a sleeper when compared to the notoriety of her bigger sisters but she is one of our most fun boats to sail. Ease of rigging and launching combined with ample sail area and turn on a dime maneuverability make this boat a blast to take out for a quick sail without hours of setup. We have recently developed a complete kit for the Core Sound-15, see details below.

 

Ted Setting up his CS-15

The Core Sound 15 is rigged just like the 17 and 20. Our preferred setup uses sail tracks on the masts for simple slab reefing.

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KIT PRICING COMING SOON

 

Click below to go to the picture gallery of the CS-15

Here is the first in a 21 Video series on building the CS-15. Click here for the whole series.

CS-15 sailing at the 2014 B&B Messabout.

Another video of “Redneck”

Lake Mac in August Core Sound 15

Another video of “Redneck”

Sailing by Monsastery Point Lake Mac in August Core Sound 15

 

Core Sound 15 “Redneck” built by Dave Clodd sailing in Moreton Bay Queensland Australia. Camera Boat Rick Sutton’s “BIG” 15ft Navigator “Chelsea”

 

 

  • Core Sound 15 Plans

    Core Sound 15 Plans

    Comprehensive plans for the Core Sound 17 include details about all aspects of construction. Dimensioned parts and offsets are given for all developed plywood parts so that an accurate hull can be produced.