|Subcategory:||Blue Water Cruisers|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||8.23 m/27 ft|
|Length:||8.23 m/27 ft|
<p>This particular yacht has long been regarded as one of the world's most successful small wheelhouse sailing cruisers with a long keel.</p>
<p>AUGUST 2011 - This vessel is now chocked ashore at Newhaven.</p>
LOA: 27'4" / 8.4 mt<br/>LWL: 23'3" / 7.1 mt<br/>Beam: 9'0" / 2.8 mt<br/>Max Draft: 3'08" / 0.9 mt<br/>Ballast: 4032 Ibs / 1800 kg<br/>Displacement: 8960 Ibs / 4000 kg
Total Power: 20 HP
Fuel: 110 Ltrs / 24 Gallons<br/>Fresh Water: 110 Ltrs / 24 Gallons
<h3>Hull & Deck Inventory</h3>
GRP hull, deck and wheelhouse, long cast iron keel, semi balanced GRP rudder on stainless steel stock, dual steering position - six spoke wheel to worm with Whitlock cables in wheel house and stainless steel stock and wooden tiller bar in cockpit. Genoa winches 2 x self-tailing Gibb 7, halyard winch - 1 Gibb 6a fitted to mast, mainsail furling - Maxwell 14 fitted to wheelhouse roof. Mooring - stainless steel Sampson post. Stainless steel 4 rung boarding ladder and Simpson Lawrence manual windlass.
<ul><li>Silva 100 Compass.</li><li>DS 200 Echo Sounder.</li><li>Raymarine ST60 Log (2009).</li><li>Navico RT6500 VHF Radio.</li><li>Garmin 128 GPS linked to auto pilot.</li><li>Firdell Radar Reflector.</li><li>Inshore Flare Pack (2007).</li></ul>
V Berth in forepeak, saloon that converts on the port side into a double berth, seperate partioned area with sea toilet and sliding wash basin, galley located on the port side, wheelhouse with opening pilot's hatch and canvas covered cockpit area.
The engine has 2 cyclinders and was serviced earlier this year. According to the vendor the fuel consumption is approximately 4 litres per hour at 5 knots. The engine is shaft driven with 2 stroke oil sealed bearings. The boat is also fitted with an Ambassador rope cutter.
<h3>Rig & Sail Inventory</h3>
Masthead Bermudan sloop rigged motor sailer with aluminium spars, stainless steel rigging, in mast furling main sail, furling jib, cruising chute and whisker pole.
3 x 12v 80 AH batteries charged via engine alternator, battery charger via 240 volt shore power and LVM wind powered generator.
<ul><li>Dinghy - ex RAF open life-raft with compressed air inflation.</li><li>Navigation lights.</li><li>2 x 1 kg manual dry powder fire extinguishers.</li><li>Original beaching legs (unused).</li><li>Clock & Barometer.</li><li>Warps & fenders.</li><li>10 kg Bruce anchor with chain.</li><li>9 kg Danforth chain & warp.</li><li>Fully fitted blue PVC cover with windows.</li><li>Cockpit cover (spare) without windows.</li><li>Fire Blanket.</li><li>1 Automatic bilge pump.</li><li>2 x Manual bilge pumps.</li><li>Radio Cassette with built in speakers.</li><li>Fridge.</li><li>Plastimo Neptune 2500 2 burner, grill & oven (new 2009).</li><li>Brydon Par sea toilet (serviced 2009).</li><li>Cutlery, crockery.</li><li>Gas cannister horn.</li><li>Handheld 12v search light.</li><li>Horseshoe with light.</li></ul>
This yacht provides good accommodation, solid build with a excellent sailing performance for its design. This boat is set up for family or single handed sailing with all control lines led back to the cockpit.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.