"How much does a SCAMP cost?"
... is the question we get most often (right after "what kind of boat is that?")
CAD $19,500 base
... meaning unrigged and unpainted. Includes all spars (mast, yard, boom, tiller) made of responsibly harvested British Columbia Douglas Fir stock, and a sail.
Yep. This offers sailors an affordable entry point from which they can finish their boat with essentially a screwdriver, a palm sander and some elbow grease.
How about a finished boat?
If you don't have the desire, the time or the space to finish up the boat, we're happy to help. Below are the costs for extras:
Fair & Paint
Your choice of 3 colours. We spend endless hours fairing and sanding and finish up with a mirror finish worthy of any marine fairy tale.
Price per hatch. All our SCAMPs come standard with two hatches on bulkhead 3, making the space forward of the cuddy into a large waterproof locker. This is the price for any subsequent hatches you might like us to add into the seats.
The two deadlights on the cuddy are made with 5" transparent screw-in hatches. This provides redundancy for the water ballast tank seal. If you'd prefer a more traditional look, go for bronze deadlights. Bronze never looks bad on a boat :).
All necessary cleats, shackles and pad-eyes in stainless; plus the required cam cleats and blocks for the boom downhaul and rudder uphaul.
A 10Ah battery housed inside a Pelican box, connected to a distribution fuse box. Useful if you've chosen options that require power, e.g. a depth sounder or a touchless phone charger.
Depth sounder mounted to the bulkhead. Very useful if you anchor near shore frequently. Requires power; juice box option recommended.
Add nav lights: red/green up front and white 135˚ on transom. Requires power; juice box option recommended.
Never suffer a dead phone battery again. A Scanstrut wireless phone charger is built into the seat top. Just place your phone over it and it will charge; no need to plug it into anything. Requires power; juice box option recommended.
Compass mounted on the bulkhead. If you've ever found yourself in a fog bank, you'll appreciate how vital this is on any ship.
Everything you'll need to rig your SCAMP: blocks, sheets, halyards, downhauls, etc.
A safety feature: locks the centreboard in its deployed position. In the case of a knockdown or turtle capsize the centreboard provides handy leverage to right the SCAMP.