This is a beautiful 1970 Columbia 43. The Columbia 43 ranks among several early fiberglass classics spawned from the drawing board of the late naval architect William H. Tripp, Jr. While not as popular as his Columbia 50, this light-displacement sloop quickly became paradoxically known for its speed on the race course and its interior cruising comforts. This boat is docked in the fresh water of Lake Michigan in Ludington for the summer and stored in the winter in Pentwater. The engine was newly installed in 2006 and has had very low hours put on her since. The 37.5 hp diesel eng...