This yacht has been ashore for about four years by now, the owner has repainted the hull and made good efforts at tidying up the yacht. It needs new sails but the reliable and quiet 72 hp engine from Mercedes, installed in August 2004 and a new Italian-made gearbox in 2007, has had routine servicing.
She has a beautiful hull form, encapsulated keel, and no blisters whatsoever.
The quality interior fit-out includes lots of attractive Walnut wood and a comfortable saloon table, which can be easily converted to a large double bed for any overnight guests. That is surrounded by a large 'U" shape settee that can easily seat six people.
The excellent galley features a gas stove and oven with a double stainless sink and generous counter top space and lots of storage.
The owner's cabin is forward and moving aft there is a double available in the saloon when the table is lowered. The slightly raised galley and nav station gives excellent all round visibility. The head is located behind the nav station and the two aft singles are roomy with good locker space. The yacht as a whole has made logical use of locker and drawer space.
Spacious galley with double stainless steel sinks, two burner gas stove and oven and a 100 litre 12v fridge.
1 x Lavac manual. Holding tank.
One Jabsco pressurised. no hot water.
AC system is 240VAC c/w shore power inlet, 40amp Protech battery charger. DC system is 12v and two new batteries serve the house and one 75amp battery is reserved for the engine. DC charging is from the engine alternator and a 400 watt Air X Marine wind generator.
Black anodised aluminium, mast and boom made by Reckmann (Germany) and Spinnaker pole. The mast is keel stepped. Mast head sloop rig, 10mm standing rigging. Rigid boom vang. Mast steps.