1982, stripped and re-built / re-equipped in early 2000's at a cost of near £65,000 "Barbaresco" must be the best Barbary on the market. Engine professionally re-built in 2015/6 with under 200 hours since. Bowthruster, hot water, heating, plotter, recent autopilot and lots of cruising extras!
Built in 1982. GRP construction with white topsides and cream superstructure, long keel, bermudan ketch rig, wheelhouse, wheel steering, 4 berth internal layout.
Designed by Walter Raynor, moulded by Robert Ives and completed by Frederick Mitchell & Sons.
Ballast 5500 lbs
Mercedes OM636 4 cylinder 42hp inboard diesel engine (re-built 2015/16). Fresh water heat exchanger. 150 Litre fuel tank with a consumption per hour of around 2.5 litres at a cruising speed of 4.5 to 5 knots. Shaft drive to fixed 3 blade propeller. Engine hours since rebuilt under 200.
Bowthruster with control at helm.
Charging via engine alternator, 240v shore power & Rutland 914i wind generator (2016) via HRDi regulator to a total of 6 x 12v batteries (1 engine, 3 domestic, 1 windlass and 1 bowthruster).
Slab reefing mainsail (Southern) with mainsail cover (Dolphin, 2017). Mizzen sail (Southern) with sail cover (Dolphin 2017). Genoa roller reefing system with furling No 1 Genoa (Seateach 2015), No 2 Genoa, No 1 Jib (Butler Verner). Aluminium masts and booms with stainlesss steel standing rigging. Standing rigging renewed in 2005.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires with gates, fixed screen, spray dodgers with name, cockpit canopy (Dolphin 2017), cockpit cushions, boarding ladder, hydraulic wheel steering, folding helm seat, 2 x self tailing sheet winches, 2 x halyard winches, mizzen halyard winch, Suzumar 4 person inflatable dinghy with Mercury 2.5hp 2 stroke outboard, outboard bracket on pushpit, stainless steel tube davits, Bruce 33lb anchor with 45m of 8mm chain, Vetus electric anchor windlass, Bruce 22lb kedge anchor with 5m of 8mm chain, winch handles, mooring warps and 6 fenders.
Silva compass, Koden CVS-118 sounder/fish finder, Raymarine log, Raymarine windspeed and direction, Raymarine DSC VHF radio, JVC FM/AM radio, windvane at masthead, Seiwa Barramundi Plus chart plotter, Raymarine autopilot (2015), Raymarine SL72 Radar, ICS Nav 6 Navtex, GPS, Firdell radar reflector, navigation lights, steaming light, tri-colour masthead light, anchor light.
Lifeguard Forties 4 person liferaft (service date 29.3.16), jackstay lifelines on side decks, danbuoy, 2 horseshoe lifebuoys with lights, 2 fire extinguishers, full set of distress flare (exp Dec 19), 2 KRU life-jackets, fire blanket, LPG gas detector, rope cutter on propeller, emergency ladder, electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump.
Diesel hot air heating system. 240v shore power. Galley with Plastimo Neptune 2000 gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill, front opening refrigerator, pots, pans, cutlery and crockery, 190 Litre freshwater capacity with pressurized hot and cold water supply to sink. Separate heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet (2016) and shower. Blue velour upholstery. Yellow curtains and blue tile carpets.
4 berths in 2 cabins including 2 single berths in the separate aft cabin. 2 single settee berths in the saloon. Chart table. Forward heads.
"Barbaresco" was stripped out and rebuilt in the early 2000's to an exceptionally high standard and equipped accordingly, invoices are available. She was purchased by her present owners in 2013 and a professional survey was carried out at the time (copy available). Her present owners have added and renewed equipment, sails and most recently the cockpit enclosure & stackpack. Her engine was lifted out and re-built professionally in 2015/6. Her owners have sailed locally and cruised as far down as Cornwall in comfort and safety but are now looking for a bigger boat to accommodate more than 4 persons.