Fresh Water Tanks: (135 Litres)
Fuel Tanks: (67 Litres)
Perkins Perama M20 - 199
Last Service - November 2015
Fin keel - iron
Transom hung rudder
3 blade fixed prop ( spare 2 bladed folding prop)
67 ltr fuel
Fuel consumption (approx) 2 ltr (0.3 G)/hour
2 x 110 amp batteries - 2011
Nasa clipper battery monitor
Battery charging via engine and shorepower
Autopilot - Tiller pilot
Log / Depth - Nasa Clipper Duet - 2011
Wind - Nasa Clipper
VHF DSC radio - Cobra - 2014
GPS - Garmin 128
Sails, Spars and Rigging
Mast head sloop rig
Deck stepped mast
Slab reefed mainsail with stackpack
Furlex furling headsail
Stainless steel standing rigging - 2005
Lines led aft
Main - Kemp - 2006 (8 out of 10)
Genoa - North 140% with mast head zipped sock - 2000 (7 out of 10)
Cruising jib - North ( 7 out of 10 )
Storm jib - North (Serviced but used)
Spinnaker - Kemp - 2006 (9 out of 10)
2 x 40 Lewmar winches
3 x 30 Lewmar winches
1 x 16 Lewmar winch
Interior & Domestic
5 berths in 1 cabin plus saloon
1 x Heads
Wallas 1800 cabin heating
Cloth covered upholstery
Favel 2 burner gas cooker with grill and oven
Manual water system
135 ltr water
Bruce Anchor and chain & spare 25il CQR
CQR spare anchor
Electric anchor windlass
All lines led aft
Harken main track Genoa tracks
Warps & Fenders
2 x gas bottles
Sprayhood with back drop window panel - 2011
Cockpit enclosure - 2011
Stackpack main bag
1 x manual bilge pumps
Bills of Sale
The GK29 was manufactured by Westerly Marine Construction Ltd from 1978 to 1982, with a total of 182 boats being produced.
Probably more GK29s are cruised than raced nowadays but when it was first produced in 1978 the Half Ton version gained success at half ton level. It is still a good boat for club racing and a comfortable one for cruising. A benefit of the high freeboard is that the GK29 is a dry boat. In all but the roughest weather the GK29 crew will remain dry when others boats have waves breaking over them.
With fin keel and a transom-hung rudder the helm is nicely balanced and providing the sails are set properly you can safely leave the helm to itself whilst you nip below to fetch a beer or other essential.
Distinguishing features of GK29s are the large freeboard, low coach roof and wide side decks.
Down below there is 6ft headroom and ample accommodation .
The galley is on the starboard side of the companionway and the chart table on the port side. The heads are located between the forecabin and the main saloon with a hanging locker opposite.
Access to all parts of the engine is good with large removable panels at the front, port side and top.
The cockpit is large but not so large that you can't brace yourself in a sea. There is a massive locker on the starboard side which will accommodate most things.
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