Motor BoatsavailableMitchell31 MK2 SEA ANGLER
The Mitchell 31 Mk. 2 Sea Angler was designed by Alan Hill and is one of the most iconic fishing boats serving both commercial and leisure applications. Their sea kindly hull forms suit our waters particularly Channel conditions providing a reassuring management of typical sea conditions. The Sea Angler version was only built in small numbers and maximises the cockpit deck area. Built by J. S. Mouldings Ltd 1990 'Grey Leopard' initially operated as a fast charter boat but she has been laid up in current ownership since 2008 and now needs a complete refit both mechanically and electrically.
Raytheon R10 radar
Raystar 590 GPS
Lowrance 5150 C plotter
VHF - Kelvin Hughes Husun 70
Autohelm 3000 auto pilot
Raytheon V860 Sounder
Sony FM/AM player
This listed equipment whilst fitted to the vessel is possibly unusable and would need to be assessed or probably replaced.
12V DC system - will require rewire
2 x 12V batteries. (U/S)
Ford Sabre 250HP - 6-cyl in line turbo-charged diesel driving through a ZF MPM 220A gearbox (1.53:1 reduction ratio)
Conventionally shaft driven with a 4 bladed propeller.
This engine has been exposed to water ingress and is suspected to be seized.
1 x Plastimo 6 man liferaft (service required)
2 x Lifebuoys
3 x Hand fire extinguisher (expired)
2 x Manual bilge pumps (not operational)
1x Electric bilge pump (not operational)
FORWARDS - Two single berths in 'V' configuration with stowage above and below. Space for a chemical toilet is proivided under the port berth. Chain locker. Coachroof windows and a deck hatch provide natural light, ventilation and access to the foredeck area. WHEELHOUSE - Helm position to port with engine controls, instrumentation and navigation equipment . A pedestal helm seat fitted. GALLEY - (S) 'L' configuration fitted with a 2 burner S/S hob and S/S sink. Central companion way leads to the COCKPIT area via a sliding wheelhouse door. There is a sealed working deck with bold coamings and S/S hand rails surrounding the cockpit. The central engine box is at seat height. Surface water is cleared via S/S scuppers at the transom. A side mounted electric capstan is mounted on the port side deck for manchor retreival from the safety of the cockpit. Two cockpit stowage boxes are mounted either side of the wheelhouse door against the main bulkhead. Usual deck equipment - bollards, cleats, etc.
Note: This vessel has been laid up ashore for a considerable time and will require a substantial refit including all mechanical and electrical equipment.
S/S Railings throughout cockpit
Heavy-duty D Fendering
Mooring Bollards - Foredeck - midships - stern quarters
S/S liferaft cradle
Danforth 7kg anchor / chain & warp
Electric capstan (P) (will require testing)
Hatches in cockpit floor
S/S transom scuppers
S/S hoop for cockpit cover (cover not present)...Read full description