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Price €46,350.00
Posted by William Partington on 11-04-2017

Description

LOA: 9.93MTRS/BEAM: 3.53MTRS/DRAFT: 1.88MTRS /DISP: 10.55

Bermudan Sloop Rig, lifting keel, epoxy coated below waterline, GRP white hull & deck with green trim

Built in 1981 by Northshore. Build number 81. British Registered No. 398904. The design features raised wheelhouse with secondary internal steering position. The skeg and rudder were modified by Northshore in 1996 to improve steering stability.

Bought in 2001 and used on West Coast UK until 2008. From 2008 to 2015 taken extended cruise with time in Lanzarote and Mediterranean. Just used for holidays.

ENGINE: Bukh 36 Diesel (1981) is original equipment. Annual servicing, self serviced. Last serviced Spring 2015. Cooling system is Sea Water. Recent repairs and replacements include new alternator, overhauled starter motor. Overhauled fuel injector pump, new oil cooler pipes, new engine mountings. Conventional stuffing box. 60 gallon Fuel Tankage. Consumption 0.5 gallon per hr approx. 3 blade propeller (2006) Bow thruster (2014) - Sleipner

ACCOMMADATION: 6 x Berths, 3 x Cabins, Fore cabin has 2 single overlapping berths with Lewmar hatch (2007) saloon light and airy. Single berth on starboard side. Also to starboard is a chart Table and all instrumentation. Heads compartment with washbasin and Jabasco sea toilet (2006) Holding tank below floor with pump out facility. Shower pump (but no shower fitted in heads compartment!) Aft cabin with double and single berths, accessed via a ‘walkthrough’ past the engine compartment. Hatch by Lewmar (2008) Cushions throughout are finished in light green fabric, reupholstered in (2007) The floor is finished in tekdek.

SPARS, RIGGING & SAILS: Aluminium mast and boom. Boom new in (2001) Fitted with single line slab reefing with lines led back to the cockpit. Gas Kicker (2010) rigging replaced (2008) Position of shrouds has been moved aft as suggested by Northshore when a radar dome is fitted. Roller reefing jib mechanism by Furlex new in (2008) Main with full length battens and Genoa with foam backed luff are by Arun Sails in 2007. Cruising chute with whisker pole. Masthead mounted VHF/AIS aerial. Tricolour plus anchor light with LED bulbs, Glomex TV antenna (2008) Radar reflector. Radar dome (2013) Mast originally fitted with TAB in mast roller reefing of the main sail. This was removed by a previous owner. There is a storm jib plus a spare (older) main and genoa.

DECK EQUIPMENT: CQR main anchor with 40m of 8mm chain. Lewmar electric anchor winch (2008) Green Canvas cockpit dodgers, sprayhood and cockpit tent (2007) EV 4 man Liftaft mounted pushpit rail (service overdue) Bathing platform (2007) Transom Hung Lifting Rudder. Edson Wheel steering via cable. Steering Compass. Instrument repeaters for speed, log, depth, wind and helm. Bow and Stern Navigation lights. Aerials for Nactex and GPS. Danforth kedge anchor with rope and chain. Single large cockpit locker containing 60 gallon diesel tank, assorted fenders and warps. Gas locker with 2 x Camping Gaz cylinders and regulator. 2 x Cockpit cushions. Teak helmsman’s seat (1996)

SAFETY EQUIPMENT: 3 x dry power fire extinguishers plus fire blanket. EPIRB. Flares

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT : Galley is to Port with sink and drainer, gimballed cooker with 2 burners, grill and oven. Fridge operating on gas, 12v and mains.

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT : Autohelm (2002) Cobra VHF (2007) Standard Horizon Chartplotter with Cmap Charts (2007) Radar and AIS. Nactex. Simrad wind, speed and log, depth and helm with below and cockpit display.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 2 x 110 AH AGM Domestic Batteries (2008) 100 AH Sealed Lead Acid Engine start battery (2012) 120 AH Bow Thruster Battery (2013) Vetus Charge Controller. Solar Panel (2008) Fuel Gauge. Electrical pressure hot and cold water system to Heads and Galley with Calorifier (2012) connected to both engine and mains electricity. Shorepower with Ctec battery charger (2013) Flat screen TV by Grundig with DVD player (2010) Eberspacher Cabin Heater. 2 x Windscreen wipers. Clock and Barometer.

CURRENT LOCATION: W Partington Marine - Pwllheli

Year of Manufacture

1981

Engine Make & Model

Bukh 36

Fuel Type

Diesel

Topside Colour

White with Green band

Deck Colour

White

Phone Number

+44 1758 612808

Email

[email protected]

Boat Location

Outer Harbour, Pwllheli LL53 5AY, United Kingdom

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About Boats For Sale

Simple and easy to use this dedicated Irish and UK boats for sales site offers you an uncluttered and comprehensive selection of yachts, motorboats, dinghies, sportsboats, canoes and tenders for sale.

Select the category of boat you wish to browse and click away to find your next boat. If you're selling a boat, register and place your ad for as little as €10, adding your boat is easy and we welcome your feedback.

Disclaimer

This website offers the details of vessels and services on this site in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessels. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires to be validated. Vessels advertised here are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.