|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||9.75 m/32 ft|
|Length:||9.75 m/32 ft|
|Width:||2.9 m/10 ft|
|Fuel Capacity:||50 liter|
|Fresh water capacity:||50 liter|
|No. of cabins:||2|
|No. of berths:||4|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
1979 launched 1985 Contessa 32 £23,500
The Contessa 32 is a well proven and enduring design and these elegant cruising yachts are easy to handle and fun to sail. Their sea keeping qualities are legendary and they are just as happy being used as coastal cruisers as they are crossing oceans. This excellent example has been well looked after and continually upgraded and we highly recommend viewing. Vessel has had only two previous owners and was last surveyed in 2005. April 2019 - she has just been antifouled and hull polished and anodes replaced. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Click here to reveal phone number -
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The Contessa 32 offers 4 Berths in 2 cabins with 1.75m maximum headroom. The Forepeak has two single vee berths accessed via a solid door. The Heads compartment, with marine toilet and hand basin with manually pumped cold water supply, is to port with a hanging locker opposite to starboard. The Saloon consists of a dinette to port with a table with drop leaves. There is a single settee berth to Port and a settee berth opposite. The saloon upholstery is gold velvet. The Galley is aft and to port comprising of a Flavel B700C gas cooker with 2-burners, grill and oven, stainless steel sink with manually pumped cold water supply (50 litres), 12V fridge and ample storage including space for crockery and wine glasses. The Gas system was last tested in 2005. Chart table to starboard with navigation instrumentation, FM Radio and further stowage and quarter berth are aft. The saloon benefits from a Mikuni MY30 diesel cabin heating system.
Sails and Spars
Masthead Bermudan rigged sloop. Silver anodized aluminum Z Spars keel stepped mast and boom. Adjustable backstay. Stainless steel standing rigging 2009. Spectra running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail with Lazyjacks and Stackpack. Rotostay headsail furling system. 2 x Spinnaker poles. Winches 4 x Sheet winches - 2 x Lewmar 42 twin speed and 2 Lewmar 30 twin speed 4 x Halyard winches - 2 x Lewmar 30 twin speed and 2 x Lewmar 8 twin speed on the mast Sails Mainsail, Dacron. 2001, condition good Furling Genoa, Dacron, 1988, condition good Tri-radial spinnaker 1991, condition good No 1 Genoa, 1993 condition good No 2 Genoa, 1984 condition good No 3 Jib, 1984 condition good No 4 Jib, 1984 condition good Storm Jib,1984 condition good
Located under the companionway, Yanmar 2GM20 18HP 2 cylinder diesel engine last serviced by the owner March 2017, indirectly cooled. Morse type single lever controls with electric start. Shaft drive to a fixed 3-bladed fixed propeller. Stainless steel 50 litre fuel tank. Crusing speed under engne of 5 knots and maximum speed of 6 knots. Cutlass bearing and anodes were last changed in 2017 and the seal replaced with a PSS packless seal.
1 x 12-volt 75AH domestic battery 2013, 1 x 12-volt 75AH engine battery 2013, charging from the engine alternator.
1 x Anchor 10KG Bruce with 40m chain kedge anchor 7.5 KG bruce Chain 10m/Warp 40m Mainsail cover Sprayhood (2018) Full cockpit enclosure Boarding ladder 7 x Fenders 10 x Warps Winter cradle available by separate negotiation Avon inflatable dinghy - soft-tail Outboard - Yamaha 2 HP 2 Stroke
Compasses - 2 x Plastimo B&G Electronic Compass Depth - B&G Network Speed/Log - B&G Network GPS - B&G Network Standard Horizon CP300i Chartplotter 2 VHF Standard Horizon GX1700 AIS receiver Electronic charts Navigation lights - LED Clock & Barometer
2 x Jackstays 3 x Cockpit harness points 2 x Bilge pumps (manual) 1 x Bilge pump (electric) Radar Reflector
Full long keel.
The following documents have been seen when listing this yacht: SSR Proof of Age Bill of sale in owner’s name Previous bills of sale
History and Construction
Built in 1979 by Jeremy Rogers to a design by David Sadler.She was finished internally by the first owner to ahigh standard. White GRP hull with cove line. Teak toe rail. Blue GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to deck. Fin keel with encapsulated ballast. Skeg hung rudder. Tiller steering. Aft self-draining cockpit. April 2019 - she has just been antifouled and hull polished and anodes replaced.
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