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Tylercraft 24 Information Request

Does anyone have information on a Tylercraft 24 twin keel sailboat. Would like to have specs, pictures or any information concerning these boats. I have a 1964 Tylercraft 24 recently purchased.

Thank you for any and all information you are able to provide.

Bill Corder

Sanford, NC 27330
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I have a tylercraft 24 in Mexico.


TYLERCRAFT 24

Hull Type: Twin Keel Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 24.00 LWL: 20.00 Beam: 7.42
Draft (max.) 2.00 Draft (min.) SA: 243
Displacement: 4000 Ballast: 1450
Designer: Ted Tyler
Builder: Tylercraft Inc. (USA)
Hull: FG Bal. type: Iron
First Built: 1965 Last Built: Number Built:

TANKS:
Water: 20

Fuel:


BUILDERSpast & present)
More about & boats built by: Tylercraft (USA)

NOTES:
In 1965, Tylercraft announced that it was offering a 'jet engine', as an option for auxiliary power on this model and that it "used regular gasoline". The claim attracted enough attention that is was actually mentioned in 'Time' magazine.
How these worked or if any were ever installed is unknown.
rb 7/08
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Tylercraft Information

Hi All

I just started a Tylercraft Yahoo Group. Stop by for a visit. I have photos and information concerning Tylercraft sailboats that I have collected the last couple of years. I have a 1964 Tylercraft 24 that I am working on. Here is the link to get you to the site.

Enjoy!!!

Tylercraft_Sailboats : TYLERCRAFT SAILBOATS

Bill Corder
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Hi Juan

Do you have any other pictures of your Tylercraft 24? I've seen the videos, but would like some pictures to place on our Tylercraft Sailboats Group on Yahoo. You have a very nice looking boat. Do you have a lazetette, or is your outboard mounted on the transom?

Bill Corder
2399 Pickard Road
Sanford, North Carolina 27330
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