Designed by Ron Lunney in 1972 for Newbridge Boats, the Virgo Voyager is a strongly constructed small cruiser, with good accommodation for its size, providing up to five berths if required, with six foot headroom in the saloon. The high freeboard and cabin top needed to achieve this is disguised considerably by the styling, with wide contrast stripes along the boot-top, under the gunwales, and around the coachroof, where the painted stripe continues the line of the tinted windows. Clever use of the space inside allows a chart table, heads compartment and galley. Re-engined in a previous ownership, Friendly Majick is a well maintained example.
Sails and deck equipment
Aluminium Mast Mainsail - slab reefing with sail cover Furling genoa - new UV and overhaul 2020 Spare furling headsail Sprayhood - overhaul 2020 Cockpit Tent Spray dodgers Cockpit with tiller steering locker and seating Cockpit cushions Bathing ladder Anchor and chain (new chain 2019)
5 Berth accommodation 1.8m headroom in saloon 2 burner gas cooker - gimballed Sink and manual cold water tap Saloon table stowed against deck head Picnic table for cockpit Fold down chart table Forward cabin with V berth Heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet - new 2012 Clock and barometer Engine access
Bukh 10hp diesel engine, shaft drive Stainless steel fuel tank - new 2019 2 x 12 volt batteries charged by engine alternator Bilge pump Icom VHF - not DSC Furuno GPS Nasa Clipper Depth Sounder Hand bearing compass Steering compass Raymarine Auto pilot - not used by current owner Eberspacher diesel heating - not used by current owner
Owned since October 2011 Regular engine maintenance including water pump rebuild 2015 and new stainless steel exhaust elbow 2019 Bilge pump overhauled 2019 Sails overhauled as above Annual lift ashore for replacement of anode, fresh anti-foul paint, hull clean and polish and teak parts oiled. This has not happened yet for 2020 due to missing the booked slot during coronavirus restrictions.
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