Originally Posted by SFXD
I owned a Kramer 24 back in the late 70's/early 80's. It was a fine little quarter ton... very quick.
It was hand built by Norbert Kramer in Bridgeport Connecticut. He would build only a handful a year.
He sailed out of Fayerweather Yacht Club in Black Rock Harbor, I believe.
A gentleman in Milford would win all the quarter ton races in the area in his. He was a much better racer than I, needless to say.
I sailed in Long Island Sound and up through Massachusetts and down through Barneget Bay NJ... Mine was sold by the ex as a lovely parting gift.
Miss the boat, "Afternoon Delight" (named before the insipid song by the same name) and miss sailing in general (currently live over an hour and a half from decent sailing territories)
I Just purchased a 1974 KRAMER 24' and want to restore it to the original form. Can't find any other information on it besides this post and the ouside measurements. The inside needs some work, so if you or anyone can help me with where to find the info or share some photos you might have of the boat you used to own, I'd be very greatful. Sorry your wife sold yours, that was uncalled for. You can come sail her if you'd like.