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|Class||Racer / cruisers sailing boats|
|Offered By||Suffolk - Clarke & Carter|
Was £37,500 now only £29,995
Originally conceived as an offshore racing vessel, Roc was strongly built to cope with any weather conditions and keep going, no matter what. She has completed three OSTARs, three Round Britain & Ireland races, three AZABs, a Solo 1000 mile offshore race, Bermuda One Two, Three Peaks Race, Petit Bateau singlehanded races, RORC two handed races, Triangle two handed races and the Universal 500 with a number of wins and good placings. Well laid out for shorthanded sailing and with a practical seagoing layout below, she has proved to be a fast and easily handled cruising yacht.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - 01473 659 681.
|Length at Waterline||10.24m|
|Fresh Water Tank||300 l ()|
|Fuel Tank||80 l ()|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
The accommodation is simply fitted out and offers up to five berths. 1.88m maximum headroom. There is an emphasis on useful practicality and comfort at sea over aesthetics and livability in port. There is massive stowage, sensible handholds and a practical, painted, wipe clean finish everywhere, together with full standing headroom. The forepeak is open-plan and given over mainly to stowage but with a pipecot to port. In the saloon, the dinette to port converts to a double, with a settee berth opposite. Upholstery is finished in tough Sunbrella fabric. Navigation station to starboard with proper sized chart table, good chart stowage and plenty of space for electronics. The galley is opposite, with a two burner gimballed gas hob incorporated into a large gimballed tray; pots and pans, crockery and cutlery (and your cooking) will all remain safe at hand in the very worst weather. Stainless steel sink with manually pumped freshwater supply. Seawater faucet. 300 litre freshwater capacity in 2 x stainless steel tanks (2010). Refrigerator. Separate heads compartment with marine WC and washbasin to port. Aft cabin with large single berth to starboard. There are opening hatches to the deck in the forepeak, saloon and galley, plus two Dorade ventilators for extra ventilation in bad weather. Dickinson Newport charcoal cabin heater.
Located behind the companionway, Yanmar three cylinder 28hp diesel engine. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to two bladed folding propeller. Single lever control. 80 litre fuel capacity in stainless steel tank. Cruising speed 4 knots. Maximum speed under power 6 knots.
Cutter rigged. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging, new 2019/20. Backstay adjuster. Terylene and Spectra running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail with stackpack. Harken headsail furling systems to both headsails. Two Barbarossa 46-2 self tailing primary sheet winches. Two Barbarossa 41-2 self tailing secondary halyard winches. Two Barbarossa 41-2 self tailing control line winches. Three Barbarossa 41-2 halyard winches. Two spinnaker poles. Whisker pole.
All working sails were valeted 2021.
Built by Kesteloo BV in 1986 to a design by Konijnendijk. White painted aluminium hull with style striping and marine plywood deck and superstructure. Painted non-slip to deck. Round bilge construction. Welded fin keel with wing and lead ballast. Aft self draining cockpit. Spade rudder with wheel steering. Aft twin daggerboards. 1000kg water ballast to port and starboard.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.