Fine looking ship! Launched in 1975, Designed and finished by Curtis & Pape, Cornwall, GRP hull mouldings to Lloyds by John Sears Ltd, substantial quality motor cruiser with 8 berths in 3 cabins, twin Caterpillar 210hp diesels, teak laid decks.
CONSTRUCTION Hull moulded between 1970 and 1971 and finally commissioned in 1975. She is constructed of GRP foam sandwich with outer and inner glass laminations over 19mm ridged foam (Air-Ex) laid over closely spaced encapsulated wood stringers on a substantial wood main frame all to Lloyd’s scantling requirements. Lloyds moulding certificate available. White topsides and superstructure, teak laid decks and teak trim, 6/8 berth interior in 3 cabins, twin inboard diesel engines.
BUILDER: Hull moulded by John Sears Ltd, Falmouth and finished by Frank Curtis & Pape Ltd, Looe, Cornwall between 1972 and 1975. Designed by Frank Curtis & Pape Ltd.
LOA 50' 0" (15.2m) Beam 15' 0" (4.6m)
LWL 43’ (13.1m) Draft 4' 0" (1.2m)
Headroom 6’1” - 6’4” Displacement 23000 kgs
ENGINE: Twin Caterpillar 3208NA marinised diesel engines (210 HP each). Twin disc hydraulic gear boxes. Cooling system is freshwater with heat exchangers. 750 gallon fuel capacity with a consumption per hour of around 4 or 5 gallons when cruising at around 9 to 10 knots. Her maximum speed under engine is around 13 knots. Shaft drive to 2 x 22” Equapoise fixed propellers. Current engine hours approx 1085.
FUEL & WATER: Fuel capacity 750 gallons
Freshwater 450 gallons in 2 tanks
ELECTRICS: Marine generator, 12 MDP-53R-12kw 240volt/120 volt Perkins marine generator. GM “Constavolt” power plant fixed battery charger. Charging to 4 x 12 volt heavy duty batteries.
DECK GEAR: Stern boarding platform with access to aft cockpit, teak laid decks, Simpson Lawrence davits, Neco electric anchor windlass forward and Neco 24 volt Capstan aft, 45lb Danforth main anchor with 150ft chain, 45ft Danforth kedge anchor, mooring warps and at least 8 fenders. Wheel steering in wheelhouse and on flybridge.
SAFETY GEAR: One horseshoe lifebuoy, 3 manual fire extinguishers, 2 auto fire extinguishers, 2 smoke detectors, 24 volt foghorn, engine driven bilge pump, 2 electric bilge pumps and one manual bilge pump.
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: Neco twin headed repeater compass system, Sestrel magnetic compass, Ferrograph G240 chart tide echo sounder, Seafarer echo sounder, EMI electrical depth sounder on flybridge, EMI magnetic log repeater, Decca 250 autopilot, Decca Super 101 Mk III radar, MLR GPS, portable radar reflector, Dimplex clock and barometer, Neco twin headed rudder indicator, navigation light, steaming light and anchor light.
DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT: She has Dimplex oil filled radiators and towel rails providing heating to the whole interior, she has a 240 volt shore supply with 24 volt ringmain. Fixed “Constavolt” battery charger. Modern all electric galley has a cooker with 4 burners, oven and grill, refrigerator, stainless steel sink unit with pressurised hot and cold water supply from 450 gallon water capacity in 2 galvanised water tanks, deep freeze, hot water is via engine calorifier. She has 2 separate heads compartments both with Blakes marine toilets, wash basins and showers with hot and cold water, she has a 50 gallon epoxied holding tank fitted. Brown leatherette upholstery with curtains and carpets.
ACCOMMODATION: She has up to 8 berths including a master double cabin with ensuite heads, having Blakes Victory marine toilet, wash basin and shower. The second cabin has 2 bunk berths with wash basin and her third cabin forward has 2 bunk berths. Further heads compartment also has wash basin, Blakes Victory marine toilet and shower. A large deck saloon has settee berth and convertible dinette, built in writing desk, book case and cocktail cabinet. Fully fitted modern galley, large separate wheelhouse with seating area and pilot berth, built in chart table and radar locker, hydraulic steering and a good array of navigation equipment. The flybridge has duplicated engine controls/instruments at steering.
FEATURES: Beaching legs.
REMARKS: “Iskur” was purchased by her current owner through ourselves in July 1992 as the 3rd owner from new. Her previous owner also maintained her here at Tollesbury Marina for the preceding 15 years. She was originally built for a Mr R E H Longman of Yeovil, to the highest standards at the time. A professional survey report was carried out for insurance purposes on the 31st August 2010 and a copy of this report is available on request. Her teak decks have been re-laid over 18mm marine ply and she has had very regular maintenance over the years. She has been used for East Coast cruising and at times as a live aboard for which she is well suited. Her interior is completely insulated above the headlining with 2” cotton/hemp mix and she is a very comfortable boat indeed. Her owner is now looking to downsize. “Iskur” is currently available afloat at Tollesbury Marina and can be viewed by appointment.
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.