1990, Etap 22i with breakback road trailer, Mercury 6hp outboard in well, 2011 survey, keel removed and keel housing strenghthened in 2013, great trailer sailer!
Built in 1990. GRP double skin construction (unsinkable) with off white topsides and superstructure and red stripe, lifting keel, self draining aft cockpit with transom hung rudder, bermudan sloop rig and 4 berth internal layout with sitting headroom.
Etap, Belgium. Hull number 1888131 22 3 233
LOA 22' 2" (6.8m)
Beam 8' 1" (2.5m)
LWL 18’ (5.5m)
Draft 1' 4" (0.4m)
Max Draft 4’2” (1.3m)
Displacement 975 kgs
Slab reefing mainsail by Crusader (2007) with mainsail cover. Genoa roller reefing system with furling No 1 Genoa by Crusader (2007). Storm jib. Original Etap sails available as emergency spares. Alloy mast and boom,. Stainless steel standing rigging (standing rigging renewed 2013).
Mercury 6HP 4 stroke outboard motor (2002) in cockpit well. 2.5 gallon fuel tank. 1 x 12v Leisure battery. 3 blade propeller.
Alloy pushpit & pulpit, sprayhood, boarding ladder, tiller, 2 sheet winches and 2 halyard winches, 2 man Compass dinghy, 16.5lb Bruce anchor with 105ft of chain and warp, 17.6lb folding kedge anchor with 105ft of chain and warp, “A” frame for mast lowering /raising, “Handy Duck”, boathook & warp, 4 mooring warps and 6 fenders.
Plastimo Contest compass, NASA Target 2 echo sounder, NASA Target 2 log, NASA SX35 DSC VHF, windvane at masthead, Simrad TP10 tillerpilot, Garmin GPS 152, radar reflector, barometer, navigation lights, tri colour masthead light and anchor light.
2 secure U bolts have been fitted to the rear of the cockpit (one on either side) to which safety lines can be attached, horseshoe lifebuoy, man overboard rescue sling, manual fire extinguisher, manual bilge pump.
Her galley has a spirit cooker, water supply to sink from 4.5 gallon flexible container. Jabsco marine toilet in forepeak. Grey/Blue upholstery, curtains.
There are 4 berths including 2 “V” berths in the forepeak and 2 single quarter berths. berths.
Breakback galvanized road trailer by RM Trailers.
Purchased by her present owners in 2001 and sailed mainly around the Suffolk and Essex coasts, either from Woolverstone or from Tollesbury. When not is use the boat has been stored alongside the owners home where normal maintenance has been carried out. In 2013 the keel was removed and the housing strengthened (by Nigel Waller at Woolverstone Marina). RM Trailers fitted a new axle (with “sealed for life” wheel hubs) to the trailer in 2005. However despite the trailer only being used twice a year another overhaul is probably due.