|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||7.31 m/24 ft|
|Width:||2.43 m/8 ft|
|Draft:||1.06 m/3 ft|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Fresh water capacity:||90|
|No. of berths:||6|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
This LM24 motor sailer is a fine example of the classic Scandinavian design. Dunlin was built in Denmark in 1980 by L& M Glass Fibre to a Palle Mortensen design.
The cockpit can be fully enclosed when required. It has ample storage lockers and an alternative tiller for fine weather sailing. A folding table can be set up in the cockpit if required. There is excellent access to the engine through the cockpit sole. If required, two berths can be utilised in the cockpit under the fully enclosed cockpit cover. The cockpit canopy has zip out panels. The panels can be covered for privacy.
With her long keel and fully enclosed wheelhouse she offers both shelter and comfort. This fine boat has lots to offer with well designed and comfortable yet functional accommodation, excellent instrumentation and good looks.
The inside helm position in the enclosed wheelhouse has a comfortable seat, good visibility, and an ingenious hatch above to assist in manoeuvring in tight spots. The wheel house has double lockable doors so it is fully enclosed.
The compact galley is located on the portside of the wheelhouse and it is equipped with a two burner hob, oven and grill and a stainless steel sink with ample storage.
There are a total of six berths available, including two settee berths in the saloon with two extending forepeak berths above.
The salon has a stowable table which raises to the deckhead when not in use. The separate heads compartment with a sea toilet and washbasin is situated to port with a large hanging locker opposite. All the upholstery throughout the boat has recently been replaced.
Simrad Chart plotter; Furuno GPS; icom VHF with dsc; Garmin Nexus Wind (wireless); Garmin Nexus depth; auto pilot; All new 2014. Radar; Magnetic compass.
Manual windlass; anchor, chain and warp; kedge anchor and warp; hand and electric bilge pumps; boat hook; warp and fenders; fire extinguishers; fire blanket; 4 man life raft (in date); cockpit canopy; winter cover; windlass cover; mainsail cover; dodgers; radio and cd player; beaching legs
Mainsail; furling genoa; storm jib; spare sails