Sea Ventures are delighted to offer to the market "Freedom of Hamble" Designed by Gary Mull and built in a Semi-Custom Production facility in the US, the Freedom brand is renowned for its stay less carbon fibre rig, which lends itself perfectly to maximizing performance and ease of sailing. Proven the world over in both an Ocean Cruising and racing capacity, owner loyalty is testament to her success. Internally, the yacht has a beautiful, timeless finish and a 2 cabin, 2 heads layout perfect for couples cruising. The positioning of the mast keeps a completely uncluttered saloon area, with an extending table that can house 6/8 in comfort. If you are in the market for high quality, easy short-handed capabilities and performance pedigree, "Freedom of Hamble" simply must be considered. Please refer to Owners Comments within the specification for a further overview of the yacht. Based afloat Hamble River - please call to arrange a viewing.
Boat Name: Freedom of Hamble Builder: Freedom Yachts Year 1990 Designer: Gary Mull Engine: Yanmar 62hp diesel Maxprop feathering prop Location: Bursledon
LOA: 45 ft 0 in / 13.72m Beam: 13 ft 5 in / 4.11m Draft: Fin keel - draft TBC Displ: 10,429 kg
Yanmar 62hp diesel 2 x alternators driving a Maxprop feathering propeller Engine room exhaust blower Extensive inventory of spares, tools, lubricants Tankage: 2 x 300 litres fresh water tanks vented to sinks with filtered supply to additional galley tap 1 x 250 litres fuel tank complete with manual drain pump from sludge trap, feeding through dual switchable Racor filters 2 x waste tanks with electric discharge pumps and contents gauges
Eberspacher warm air diesel fired central heating Honda 3000 air cooled petrol generator housed on deck 2 x domestic batterie200 a/h and 180 a/h 1 x engine battery 200 a/h Shore supply with smart controller Inverter Galvanic isolator fitted electrics control panel with ring mains throughout the accommodation HW Calorifier with AC element Pressurised hot and cold water throughout
Carbon fibre un-stayed mast, keel stepped Fractional free standing rig Pulpit re-inforced to allow fitting of Gunmount spinnaker system as required Aluminium main boom with strut type kicker Double ended mainsheet to six part purchase on traveller aft of helm station and to electric winch in cockpit Double ended jib sheet with 4 part purchase to helm station and to cockpit Single line mainsail reefing for reefs 1/3 and 2 from cockpit through blocks and 'S' hooks with keepers on leech and clew Main and jib topping lifts Spare jib halyard (alternatively spinnaker halyard when fitted) 1 x manual self tailing winch 1 x electric self tailing winch Large cockpit with generous, leafed, drop down teak cockpit table SL Seawolf electric windlass with remote control option from cockpit Delta bower anchor with 50m chain + 50m warp Grapnel kedge anchor with 10m chain + 50m warp Mooring lines including breast ropes, springs, warps and general purpose cordage 9 x fenders including fender step Covers: Sprayhood Removable cockpit tent Full winter cover
Fully battened main in batcar system with sto-pak Fully battened self tacking jib on Hoyt Camber Spar
Accommodation: Forward double cabin with V-berth, large storage drawers underneath Hanging locker to port and drawers to port and starboard 3 x opening port lights 1 x large ventilation / escape hatch 2 x single settee berths in saloon with stowage under plus a pull-out upper berth to starboard Aft double cabin with king sized double berth, interior sprung mattress, large stowage drawer under Hanging locker to starboard and drawer stowage to port & starboard Vanity unit port side 4 x opening port lights, 1 x large ventilation / escape hatch Full set of all bedding, towels, dish cloths etc. Saloon: Large saloon table with folding leaf extension + bottle stowage under in pull out drawer, seats 8 or even 10 at a pinch Illuminated glass + bottle stowage to port amidships alongside book rack and entertainment centre with radio / TV / CD facilities and associated ancillary stowages including generous library space Opening port lights + 1 x large ventilation / escape hatch and 2 x small ventilation hatches Extensive stowage beneath bunks and behind settee backs Wet weather locker in passageway to starboard incorporating warm air blower from engine space Galley: U-shaped galley to port with stainless steel 4-burner gas stove with oven Twin gas bottles in port aft lazarette locker vented overboard with solenoid operated shut off valve Microwave Fridge in galley and separate freezer adjacent to wet weather locker to starboard operating off common sea water cold circuit with recirculating flushing facility Electric toaster and kettle Large sink with draining board + hand sea water pump and filtered fresh water tap in addition to normal H&C facilities Comprehensive pots / pans, cutlery, crockery and glassware included Heads: Forward heads compartment with shower accessible either from fore cabin or main saloon + opening port light and small overhead ventilation hatch En suite heads to aft cabin with shower compartment + hanging locker 1 x opening port light + 1 x small ventilation hatch
Chart table area has extensive stowage and deep filing drawer for equipment manuals etc. alongside Electronic self steering direct to quadrant VHF DSC radio with command mic at helm station AIS radar receiver Garmin chart plotter with repeater display in cockpit Navtex receiver Hand bearing compass Extensive chart set + pilots and cruising guides for English South Coast and French Brittany coast. Steering compass
6-man canister Plastimo liferaft stowed on transom / sugar scoop 6 x lifejackets 1 x Danbuoy with light, 2 x horseshoe liferings with lights and whistles Buoyant heaving line Spare emergency navigation lights Grab bag with flare set, emergency blankets et. 12v spotlight Set standard day shapes Foghorn
Baffle tank fitted in fuel tank breather line to eliminate froth overflow whilst filling Fridge / Freezer sea water cooling system fitted with flushing connections to allow circulation of biocides etc to obviate marine fouling 3/4 man inflatable dinghy stowed on sugar scoop / transom 2.2hp air cooled Honda outboard
FREEDOM OF HAMBLE has been continuously updated and upgraded to ensure ease of operation and comfort when sailed short handed. All sail adjustment, including setting, reefing and dropping of sails, can be safely conducted from the cockpit with no requirement for crew to be on deck in inclement weather. Sailing is easily a single handed pleasure with all sail controls, engine controls, communications and navigational information at the helmsman's hand, even to the extent of enjoying goose-winged downwind sailing with the camber spar ensuring a self vanging jib deployment. She has shown herself to be no slouch as a passage maker or round the cans club racer as her First in Class in the 2012 Round the Island Race has demonstrated. At anchor or in harbour the cockpit tent is extremely easily rigged by one person. This tent has shown itself to be robust enough to withstand even gale force winds and driving rain. It rolls into a compact sausage that stows unobtrusively above the bunk in the fore cabin when not required. The overall impression is one of silent progress when sailing where the absence of noise from thrumming, highly stressed rigging, lack of slamming in head seas and water noises, hushed by the balsa core construction, are quite noticeable. FREEDOM is a very weatherly boat with an easy motion in a seaway and very dry on deck. At rest the same absence of wind noise in rigging brings a quite uncanny peace and tranquillity life below decks.
Directions to Sea Ventures Swanwick
By Car from M27 coming from the West: Leave M27 at junction 8, and turn right at the roundabout at the bottom of the slip road, signposted Hamble A3024 At the next (Tesco) roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A27/Providence Hill Continue for about 1.0 mile then turn right into Swanwick Marina at traffic lights. By Car from M27 coming from the East: Leave M27 at junction 9, and turn left at the roundabout at end of slip road Turn right at next roundabout, signposted Hamble A27 Continue along A27 for about 3 miles, turn left into Swanwick Marina at traffic lights. Sea Ventures are in an office overlooking the marina By Rail: Nearest station is Bursledon on the Southampton – Portsmouth line Nearest mainline is Southampton Airport on the main London – Southampton line
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. It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer's safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is. Read more