R19 owners in the Club are automatically members of the fleet; annual dues are $30 to the Rhodes Fleet with an additional $35 to the Rhodes 19 Class Association.
The Rhodes 19 Class
The R19 Class Association
Philip L. Rhodes
The Rhodes 19 Buy
Anyone looking to sell or buy a Rhodes 19 boat or equipment is welcome to post a notice on this page. Send the information to John Walter: email@example.com.
Buyers should be sure to read the information provided by the Rhodes 19 Class Association on how to buy a Rhodes 19.
Project boat: 1972, ribs rebuilt with white oak, keel refinished with white epoxy, deck refinished, $2000. New rigging, $1300 or $3000 total. Contact Jayme at firstname.lastname@example.org (Reposted July 14, 2015)
1224, "Yahoo": Refurbished-consistent winner, fair hull/keel, at class minimum weight, new rudder, new compass, new spin pole, three sets of Doyle sails, cover, roadworthy trailer with new tires. $8900 Vince Camarda at (847)397-3936 or VCamarda@aol.com
(RePosted on July 1, 2015)
1173, "Uno Mas": 1972, three sets of sails, new standing rigging, new mahogany floorboards, new ribs, faired bottom and keel, topside and interior newly painted, trailer rebuilt for traveling. $20,000. Gary Scott at 630-888-8685
(Posted on October 16, 2014)