Very charming twin-engined wooden motorsailer, which would be ideal as a liveaboard or floating holiday home in the sun. Currently moored on the Spain/Portugal border, she has been sailed from Scotland down as far as Sardinia during the last ten years, and has been well maintained by her Owners.
Traditional Motor Sailer built by Hamble Marine of Southampton to designs by David Simmonds in 1968
Hull in Iroko strip planking with long lead keel
Wheel steering with emergency tiller
2 x Perkins 4.108 four cylinder 38hp marine diesels
Last serviced in May 2012
Shaft drive to three bladed propellors
Cruising speed 5.5 knots
Max speed 8+ knots
Two 12v 110a/h batteries (2010/2011)
Charged by engine alternators and 240v battery charger
Three steel fuel tanks with total capacity of 150 gallons
Three water tanks, two steel and one plastic totalling 100 gallons
Pressurised water system, heated by engine calorifier and 240v immersion
Bermudan rig with wooden spars
Upper shrouds in stainless steel, lowers in galvanised
Mainsail roller reefing around boom
Genoa roller reefing
Two bronze genoa winches
Two bronze halyard winches
Mainsail by Hyde - age unknown but in good condition
Genoa by Hyde - as above
Sleeps six in one double and four singles in two cabins plus saloon
Forward cabin with two single berths (could be converted to double)
Heads compartment with Baby Blake sea toilet, wash hand basin, shower grating and ample storage
Spacious saloon with large dining area to starboard, galley and chart table to port. DInette converts to large double berth
Blue velour upholstery
Teak joinery throughout
Well equipped galley with two burner Plastimo Neptune gas cooker with oven and grill
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold water supply
Space for fridge (none fitted) but there is a domestic fridge in the aft cabin
Semi enclosed wheelhouse with 2010 fabric cover.
Aft cabin with two single berths, dressing table and plenty of drawers and lockers
Eberspacher cabin heating - not used
Portable electric cabin heater
Sestral main steering compass
Sestral hand bearing compass
Autopilot - not working but fixable
NASA Clipper Navtex - 2005
Garmin hand-held GPS - 2009
25lb CQR anchor
Simpson Lawrence manual oilbath windlass
Hand held fog horn
One manual and one electric bilge pump
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardwires
Sun awning - 2012
Fenders and warps
Cutlery, crockery and utensils
Clock and barometer
Lifebuoy with light
Two buoyancy aids
Three fire extinguishers - date unknown
Since purchasing Charlotte 2 in 2002, we have lived aboard and cruised the west coast of Scotland, Brittany, Portugal, Spain, The Balearics and Sardinia. We returned to Ayamonte and settled there in 2007, and frequently cruise the Algarve and the beautiful Guadiana RIver. During this time Charlotte was always a safe and comfortable home. Regretfully work committments have restricted our useage, hence our reluctant sale.
The engines and all maintainance onboard are carried out by ourselves. I service the engines frequently, usually twice a year. We have never had any problems with the engines in 10 years of ownership.
|LOA:||10.82 m/35 ft|
|Length:||10.97 m/36 ft|
|Width:||3.43 m/11 ft|
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