I have a T-bird in good condition that was a competitive sailer in the Port Townsend fleet for many years. Her hull is plywood, covered in fiberglass, and her deck-cabin-cockpit is a one-piece Booth-made fiberglass unit. In my opinion, this is really the best combination for watertightness and affixing amenities below. I have been sailing her for the past year-and-a-half as a family cruiser. We've covered over 160 nm sailing the mid and upper Puget Sound. She is a swift and fun sailer, but we have found her too spartan for a growing family of four. She still has all the strings and equipment needed for racing, though some of her sails are pretty old (still okay for cruising). She is equipped with a good 6hp 2-stroke Yamaha, comes with cruising equipment including an inflatable dinghy, and she has a Garmin chartplotter/depthsounder. She's in Tacoma. If interested, send me a reply.