|Locatie||Ipswich, Suffolk, Groot-Britannië (Near Ipswich, ashore)|
|BTW-status||BTW niet van toepassing|
|Lengte over alles||8.84 m|
|Lengte bij waterlijn||7.75 m|
|Max diepgang||1.73 m|
|Min. diepgang||1.73 m|
|Aandrijving typ||directe aandrijving|
|Zoetwater reservoirs||159 Liters|
Attractive 30ft Cruiser/Racer design from the 1970’s. Designed by Raymond Wall, moulded by Robert Ives and fitted by Camper & Nicholsons of Gosport in 1973/4.
Fin keel sailboat with berths for 4/5, galley, chart table and separate heads. Powered by a Bukh 20hp diesel engine. Part 1 Registered. Great first time cruiser or even for a spot of club racing.
White painted GRP hull with cast Iron/lead fin keel.
Transom hung rudder with tiller steering
Apple white GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit.
Moulded non-slip surfaces
GRP internal moulding, teak joinery.
Bukh DV20, 20hp twin cylinder diesel engine, located beneath companionway steps
Engine believe fitted in 1979.
Reversing reduction gearbox, R & D flexible coupling to shaft driven 3 bladed fixed propeller
Single lever control
Raw sea water cooled. Annual oil/ oil filter and impellor changed.
4 / 5 berths
Blue patterned upholstery, curtains
Manual cold water supply
From Forward –
Forward cabin – V berth with infill and storage under
Moulded heads compartment to starboard with Lavac sea toilet (vacuum pump replaced 2019), hand basin to port
Saloon - settee converting to double berth to starboard, table with folding leaves. Bench seat to port with pipecot outboard. Assorted lockers.
Chart table - aft facing to starboard with instruments and switch panel
Galley – aft to port, L shaped GRP moulded base – Origo 3000 gimballed 2 burner alcohol hob, washbasin with manual cold water supply. Cool box and storage.
** Starboard saloon window had cracked some 5 yrs ago, owner fixed with sealant, not leaked or moved since.
Spars and Rigging
Deck stepped, masthead sloop rig.
Gold anodised Sailspar alloy mast (new 2000) and slab reefing Proctor boom
In line single spreaders with fore and aft lower shrouds
Roller furling headsail system
Stainless steel wire standing rigging – replaced 2000 plus new forestay 2018.
Polyester rope running rigging – some led aft to Spinlock clutches
2 speed mainsheet on adjustable track in cockpit
Genoa tracks and cars plus reaching tracks
2 x Halyard, 2 x Genoa & 2 x secondary winches
Slab reefed mainsail – Dolphin Sails
Furling genoa with blue UV strip - Golding Sails
Other older sails unused by current owners, inc’ spinnaker and hank-on jib.
12 volt system – 2 x 12v (85 and 71ah) batteries with changeover switch.
12v electrics running domestic & sailing systems.
Bow, stern, steaming, deck & masthead tri-white navigation lights
240v extension cables with 13amp socket and USB. Separate battery charger.
2 x seat mounted steering compasses with s/s protectors
NASA Clipper instruments - steering compass sensor (2020), EML2 speed (2019), depth, wireless wind unit (2018)
Navico RT6500S VHF radio (non DSC)
Icom IC-M91D handheld DSC VHF radio
Furuno GPS chart plotter (old unit OK for GPS position and SOG)
Navico Tiller autopilot
Nasa instruments interfaced via Quark QKA301 multi reader (2019)
GPS via Quark QKA026 wireless with AIS + wifi receiver (2019)
Masthead Hawk Windex
Fuel - 45 litres stainless steel tank
Freshwater – 159 litres GRP tank
Blue stackpack type mainsail cover with lazyjacks
Blue sliding hatch and instrument cover
Blue cockpit dodgers
Blue tiller cover
Pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires
Stainless grabhandles on coachroof
4 x Tannoy vents
Large aft cockpit
4 x cockpit lockers
Harness attachment points in cockpit
11kg CQR anchor and chain. Danforth kedge anchor.
Mooring warps and fenders. Boathook.
Seago 270 3 man inflatable dinghy and oars
Honda 2.3hp 4 stroke outboard engine (2007)
Echomax radar reflector
2 x manual bilge pumps
Horseshoe lifebuoy and light
2 x safety harnesses
Portable gas detector. Cannister fog horn
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.