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|New / used:||Used|
|Motorization:||1x Volvo Penta MD2040 (52 PS Diesel)|
|Length:||12,80 m (42,0 ft.)|
|Width:||3,80 m (12,5 ft.)|
|Water tank:||1.000 l|
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Bruce Roberts 380 Steel Offshore Ketch Cutter, 1998 Fin keel, ketch rigged cutter, Volvo 52hp, 30 hours, 5 berths including saloon, wheelhouse steering, and equipped with autopilot and GPS
Volvo Penta MD2040 52hp30 hours900 litre fuel tankShaft drive3 bladed propFisher Panda 4.9KVA single cylinder generator (acoustic housing & raw water cooled)
2 x lead acid 500aH batteries1 x 75aH battery12v generator battery240v shore power systemConstavolt battery charger.
ST series fluxgate compass in wheelhouse,Autohelm Seatalk log/speed & windspeed/direction with repeaters in cockpit.Autohelm depth sounderFuruno GPS NavigatorSailor C4901 VHFRaytheon ST6000 autopilot (dual control in wheelhouse & cockpit)Full navigation lights.Pedestal mounted Whitlock Polaris 115 helmsmans compass in cockpit,
Ketch cutter rigHollow deck stepped, varnished spruce masts and spars by F.Collar of Oxford.Main mast has double spreaders & the mizzen single spreaders.Standing rigging of 8/10mm stainless steelRunning rigging by English Braids2 x Harken 32 two speed halyard winches,Harken 16 single speed halyard winch,2 x Harken 40 two speed wincheslines led aft to cockpitSpinlock clutches.All sails in cream Dacron by Gowen.Harken furling on genoaHarken furling & self tacking staysailDual line reefing mainSlab reefing mizzen
5 berths in 1 cabin plus saloon and wheelhouse1 x heads and showerCherry and teak interiorCabin soles are of teak and hollySoft furnishings in a rich shade of redAll electrical fittings have 12v and 240v capabilityWebasto heating system with thermostat.Hot and cold pressurised water system75 gallon calorifier & immersion water heater.Electric/manual sea toilet,CD/radio/cassette player & speakers,Forecabin, with large double V berthThe saloon has a walnut dining table and U shaped seating that converts to a double berth.The starboard side galley has ample locker and drawer stowageDe Longhi 800w combination oven,Isotherm 12v/240v refrigerator with ice box,Isotherm 12v/240v chest freezerThe wheelhouse with helmsmans position to port with spoked wheel,Navigation area behind with chart table and instrumentationTo starboard are twin pilot seats and walnut table that converts to a single berth.Wet locker aftHolding tank with deck and side discharge facilities
Teak decksTwin 35lb CQR anchors and chain stowed in chain locker.Electric or manual Lofrans windlass with foot controls.Whitlock hydraulic wheel steering in wheelhouseWhitlock wire controlled steering for sensitivity under sail from Constellation pedestal and wheelStainless steel stanchions with teak handrails (two gates)Teak grab rails on coach roofs.Stainless steel bowsprit with anchor stowage,Fairleads to varnished samson postAmidships cleatForecabin hatch and circular latticed saloon hatch,3 Dorade and 4 mushroom vents.Teak seating and washboards
Automatic fire extinguishers,Spreader deck lights
Full winter covers for cockpit, helm, cockpit windows, saloon hatch & forecabin hatchTan sail and hatch coversDodgers with the yachts name on.
Long fin keel with skeg hung rudder
Commissioned by her current owner, and built in 1998 to the highest standards of workmanship using quality materials by Harbour Marine Services of Southwold, Suffolk.Owing to the owners work schedule the craft was hardly used, and family circumstances now require her to be sold. During sea trials her sailing performance was described as brisk and very satisfactory. She is a fine, eyecatching yacht suitable for serious sailing. The asking price reflects that she needs some attention, but to put it in context, to build her today would cost well over £200,000.Hard chine hull constructed in Corten steel - 6mm plate keel encapsulating lead ballast, 4mm plate below the waterline, 3mm above the waterline and 2mm superstructure. Epoxy coated from new and finished in Targa red. Teak decks, coach roofs, cockpit seating and cockpit washboards. Wheelhouse windows and saloon circular latticed hatch are fitted with armoured glass. Integral bow thruster tunnel included in original build, providing an opportunity for machinery installation.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina. For a full, detailed specification and additional photographs visit our website at www.watersideboatsales.com