1981 Carter 30 £9,750
"Avalon of Langstone" is a Carter 30 which has well proven reputation for impressive and sea kindly performance having a fin keel, with a practical layout which offers safety and comfort at sea. “Avalon of Langstone” has been in her current ownership for the last 9 years. She offers 6 berths in two cabins. Being sold as owner does not have the time to use the boat.
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This Carter 30 offers 6 berths in 2 cabins with approx. 6' standing headroom. Forward cabin has a V-berth forward with infill converting to double and hatch to deck.
There is a separate heads compartment to port with stainless steel washbasin and shower.
The saloon has an L-shaped settee to port which converts to a double berth and a single settee berth to starboard, both approx. 6'3" long, and a central saloon table with folding leaves.
The Chart table is to starboard with quarter berth aft.The Galley is to port consisting of a 2-burner gas hob and grill, cool box and stainless steel sink. It has a 114 litre freshwater tank. Upholstered in light brown check fabric throughout.
The companionway steps lead up to a reasonable sized cockpit which has good locker space.
This Carter 30 has a 13hp Volvo Penta 2 cylinder MD 7A located under the cockpit sole with direct cooling. The engine is linked to a Saildrive 110s unit. Control is by a Volvo Penta single lever morse control. It has a folding 2 blade propeller.
There is an alloy fuel tank with a capacity of 57 litres. She has a cruising speed of 5-6 knots with a maximum speed of 7 knots.
2 x 12 volt batteries (1 x engine + 1 x domestic) both 70ah, charging from alternator and 240 Volt Battery charger by shorepower system.
A Masthead Bermudan Sloop rig . Proctor Alloy Mast and boom with alloy Spinnaker pole. Stainless Steel standing rigging (new 2008) The running rigging material is Terylene. The Furling system is by Rotostay.
Built in 1980 at the Teliga yard in Poland to a design by Dick Carter. White GRP hull and superstructure with moulded non-slip deck surfaces. Lead fin keel. Tiller steering to skeg hung rudder. Self-draining aft cockpit. Teak toe rail. This vessel has had approx 6 previous owners. This vessel is on the British Ships Part 1 Register
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