'Chelika' is a twin keel Fulmar built in 1980 and sail No.33. The design is well known for being seaworthy, responsive and easy to sail, with a surprizing turn of speed. She was given a thorough refurbishment under the supervision of an ex- Westerly yacht surveyor in 2004. She successfully completed the 2000 ARC with 3 on board. NAVIGATION
Introduction Chelika is a twin keel Fulmar built in 1980 and sail No. 33. The design is well known for being seaworthy, responsive and easy to sail, with a surprising turn of speed. She was given a thorough refurbishment under the supervision of an ex-Westerly yacht surveyor in 2004. She successfully completed the 2000 ARC with 3 on board. Length overall 32ft 10”, beam 10ft 11”, LWL 26Ft, Draft 4Ft, Displacement 9900lb Diesel tank stores 90 litres and water tank 200 litres She was given a full osmosis treatment in 2017 Accommodation Twin V berths in the fore cabin with fill-in. Shelves on hull sides and capacious storage under the bunks. Wet and dry lockers on the starboard side opposite the heads. Upgraded WC with new hoses and twistlock seal on pump. Cold water tap to basin with foot pump supply, (cannot be left running). Saloon with twin leaf folding table and drinks compartment. Three seater settees either side of cabin which convert to comfortable berths with removal of the backrests, which can be stored in low level holders or slotted in to form leeboards. Three small lockers and a shelf above each settee Quarter berth to port quarter which is a spacious single or cosy double. Storage shelving above. Batteries, shore power and engine/spares storage beneath. There is a Webasto diesel heater, (3.5/4kw) fitted in the stern locker which provides ample heat to outlets in the saloon, the forecabin and the quarter berth as well as fresh air for warm summer nights. Galley and navigation station The galley has been rebuilt with better quality working surfaces, a sink with an SS drainer and pumped hot & cold water. The cool box has been converted to a fridge. (Compressor mounted on forward bulkhead of cockpit locker). A new gimballed Plastimo cooker was fitted in 2004 with two burners, grill and oven. There is a twin 13 amp outlet on the galley bulkhead for use with a toaster, kettle or fan heater. Crockery is stored in a keyhole cupboard above the sink. Gas is stored in a 2-bottle locker in the cockpit. A navigator’s seat and chart table is opposite the galley, with ample chart and instrument storage beneath. A stack of three storage drawers supports the chart table and an Icom VHF radio, Navtex display and Standard Horizon 5” chart plotter are mounted on the surrounding bulkheads. Engine The original Bukh engine has been replaced with a fresh-water cooled Volvo Penta MD2030, delivering 28 shaft horse power, in 2016 along with a new PRM80 gear box, shaft gland seal and matching propeller. There is a “Stripper” rope cutter fitted. An instrument panel is mounted in the cockpit displaying revs, temperature and oil pressure. The diesel and fresh water tanks behind the engine have been replaced with new stainless-steel versions. There is a calorifier vessel which provides hot water both from engine heating and a 240v immersion heater. Electrics 240v power is connected to a distribution box with overcurrent trips and RCD protection then out to the calorifier, the Waeco unit and the 13amp outlet. 12v power is provided either from the 60 amp engine alternator or a Waeco 30 amp shore power/charging unit. There are 2x 100AH domestic batteries and 1 engine start battery, with the usual rotary selection switch. Domestic 12v power can be isolated separately by its own rotary switch. There are two gauges mounted below the bridge deck, one allows domestic or engine battery voltage to be checked, the other displays current flow in or out. All internal lights are LED or fluorescent. Bow, stern and masthead navigation lights fitted. Instruments Raymarine i60 tridata Raymarine i50 wind, fluxgate compass Plastimo bulkhead compass Icom vhf radio with cockpit speaker Navtex 2-channel display Standard Horizon 5” chart plotter TP32 Tillerpilot Blipper radar reflector Sails Chelika comes with: Mainsail, having top full baton, 3-off ¾ tapered batons, 3 spectacle reefing points, outhaul and Cunningham. In good condition. Drops to lazy jacks/sail bag, faded but serviceable. Genoa 135% with no wasting strip. Plastimo furling system. Good quality zipped sock provided, new 2020 Cruising chute new 2016 and used ~ 10 times. Whisker pole to suit. Storm sail small old & tough piston hanked sail which can be used on inner forestay (see following) Chelika has been fitted with a detachable inner forestay, which fixes to a U bolt on a reinforced section of the foredeck. There is a second set of sail tracks on the coach roof to be used with this. It is also possible to use this system to rig Chelika as a cutter. Safety Tape jackstays New horseshoe lifebelt and light Powder fire extinguisher Fire blanket 35lb CQR anchor Other New spray hood 2020 Covers to Heads and forecabin hatches 7 fenders and all necessary mooring lines Adjustable tiller extension.
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