This bilge keel Colvic Sailer 9m built in 1977, but not launched until 1984 is being offered for sale in immaculate condition. This Colvic Sailer has had one owner from new and is only being sold due to the owner retiring from sailing. It offers 5 berths in the saloon and forward cabin. This yacht has only 2500 engine hours and is being offered for sale in very good condition, with a good inventory and at a price to sell quickly.
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This Colvic Sailer 9m is a very practical yacht with a good sized cockpit and accommodation offering 5 berths in two cabins.
The forward cabin has a V berth within infill to make into a double berth with storage shelves above and storage below. Aft of the forward cabin is the Heads with currently a chemical toilet which can be easily changed for a sea toilet, sink with foot pumped cold water. Opposite is a locker with hanging rail and shelves.
Aft of the heads is the saloon with two settee which make into berths and a pilot berth to port, with a central large saloon table. There is storage below, behind and above the berths. Port and Aft of the saloon is the galley with double sink, cold water via foot pump, 2 burner cooker with oven and grill (armarite pipes changed 2003) coolbox and lots of storage space.
Opposite the galley is the navigation station with a range of instruments, and large chart table. The chart table folds away to give access to a good sized quarter berth.
The engine is located under the companion way steps that lead up to a large cockpit with lots of storage space.
Bermudan sloop with deck stepped masthead rig. Aluminium Sailspar Mast and Boom (1984) with stainless steel standing rigging and terelyne running rigging. Spinnaker Pole. Roller boom mainsail with furling genoa.
This Colvic Sailer 9m has a Sabb 2HG two cylinder, 18hp diesel engine located under companionway steps with 2500 hours. It has a shaft drive to a three blade bronze fixed propeller. Stern gland repacked 2012 Salt water cooled. Single lever Morse controls. 150 litre stainless steel fuel tank. Engine was last serviced in March 2014. The injectors were replaced in 2015.
2 x 12 volt 90AH batteries (1x engine + 1 x domestic) charging from alternator and solar panels. 240V ring main fitted with double socket, oven battery box and lighting in both cabins.
Encapsulated bilge keels with tiller steering
Built by Colvic in 1977, but not launched to 1984 White GRP hull and decks with non-slip surfaces. Encapsulated bilge keels. Tiller steering to skeg hung rudder.. Stainless steel stanchions, pulpit and pushpit quarters. Teak cockpit seats and Self-draining cockpit. This Colvic Sailer 9m has been stored ashore since 2013.
This is am immaculately presented bilge keel Colvic Sailer 9m. You would not think that this yacht was built in 1977. It has had one owner from new which has really looked after and cared for this yacht. It has been priced for a quick sale. It is currently ashore and available for viewing.
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