A fine example if this sought after yacht, with the wing keel option. In her current ownership for the past 5 years, she has been properly maintained and sympathetically sailed in the North Irish and West Scottish waters. With a comprehensive list of equipment and having the benefit of a full underwater hull treatment in 2007. Antifoul removed, re-primed and antifouled with International VC Offshore antifoul 2015.Stored indoors for six months each year by current owner. Rigging replaced 2010, new sails by Peter Saunders 2010, engine and sail drive refurbished 2013, rudder bearings replaced 2012 and through hull seal replaced 2013. This is a very nice yacht and is certainly worth serious consideration by anyone looking for a quality yacht of this size.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Sweden Yacht
LOA: 36 ft 7 in
Beam: 12 ft 1 in
LWL: 29 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Displacement: 6800 kgs
Ballast: 2900 kgs
End grain balsa sandwich with moulded fibreglass on both sides. Stress areas where winches, sheet tracks etc are fixed are reinforced by replacing balsa core with marine plywood or by using backing plates.
Deck, coachroof, cockpit seating, cockpit sole and bathing platform are all teak laid using hand picked 12mm teak planking, glued with polyurethane and screwed in place.
Aluminium slotted toerail
Teak grabrails on coachroof
KEEL AND RUDDER:
Fitted with the wing-keel option which features a bulbed keel with small wings towards the aft end. A majority of Sweden Yachts have this option as the draft is reduced by more than a foot.
The keel ballast is lead casting with antimony.
Cast-in keel acid-resistant stainless steel keel bolts.
A lifting lug is fastened to the keel bolts and can be accessed through removal of the soleboard aft of the saloon table and an access hatch in the deckhead. Revovable bespoke lifting strop stored onboard.
The balanced spade rudder is moulded in fibreglass using uni-directional rovings and mat for maximum strength.
The rudder stock is of stainless steel with 3 bearings; 2 ball bearings(replaced 2012) and 1 bronze bearing in the heel (refurbished 2012)
Spars and Rig
Selden aluminium alloy anodised spars
Keel-stepped 11/12th mast with 2x sets of spreaders
Completely rerigged in 2010, David Carne, Cornwall
Mast steps at base of mast
Alloy rigging protectors
Checkstays for use with inner forestay and retainers to pull them towards shrouds
Mechanical adjusting single backstay (refurbished 2012)
All principle control lines led aft to cockpit
Furlex genoa furler
Removable 'cutter rig' inner forestay for working jib or storm jib
Selden spinnaker pole (deck mounted) with Selden spinnaker track and equipment on mast
Lewmar genoa tracks with Lewmar cars (sheaves replaced 2014)
Lewmar mainsheet system with adjustable track led back to cockpit
Selden ball-bearing battencars for fully battened mainsail
Rutgerson genoa and jib jammers, Spinlock mainsail jammers and Lewmar halyard jammers
Saunders Sails fully battened mailsail with 3 reefs (2010)
Saunders Sails 135% furling genoa (2012)
Saunders Sails 110% furling genoa (2014)
North Sails Spectra furling genoa with UV strip (2003)
Large navigation table with stowage for charts beneath and in dedicated chart locker beneath deckhead.
Moulded detachable instrument panel on hinges for easy service access.
Accessed to port. Large aft cabin with double berth stretching across complete starboard side to hull side.
Upholstered seat to port with storage shelves behind and outboard.
Stowage beneath seat.
Shelves along hull sides.
Access to saildrive unit and back of engine.
1x 12v 75 Ah Deta engine start battery
Two 12V 125Ah Rolls service batteries
Volvo 50A engine-mounted alternator with charging distributor and regulator
New 70A alternator (carried as spare)
LEAB LCD battery charge monitor
220v shorepower connection with 220v ring main
Solar panel on coachroof with Phocos CA05 solar charge controller and regulator at chart table
12v switch panel at chart table with voltmeter and 12v socket
AC-RCD behind panel
240v Battery charger
12v - 350watt Inverter by Sterling
33 gallons (150 litres) in 1x stainless steel tank located beneath aft cabin berth
Fuel tank filled from transom and vented outboard
Fuel gauge at chart table
88 gallons (400 litres) in 2x stainless steel tank located under saloon settees (standard is for one tank)
Inspection hatches for each tank
Level gauges at chart table
Water tanks filled from side deck and vented outboard
Evacuation by gravity outboard
Plumbing and Gas
Pressurised hot and cold water system (pump reeplaced 2007)
Water heated by engine driven Isotemp 20 litre calorifier or via 220v immersion heater from shorepower
Fresh water pressurised thermostatic mixer tap at galley
Manual fresh water and salt water supplies at galley via footpumps
ITT Jabsco marine toilet (2011)with pump out to holding tank or directly outboard
Pressurised hot and cold water supply to heads with shower-head attachment
12v electric shower sump pump draining outboard with manual switch
Kempax manual bilge pump in cockpit
All wastes and seawater pipes are reinforced PVC
Freshwater pipes are non-toxic polythene. (replaced 2009)
2x Butane bottles stored in locker at aft end of cockpit
Copper piping, reduction valve for low pressure and isolation valve at cooker
Flexible gas pipe (replaced 2009)
ENO LT20D gimballed gas stove with 2-burners and oven (2003) serviced 2009
Panasonic Radio/Cassette with CD changer and speakers in saloon and cockpit (cockpit replaced 2009)
Glomex powered radio/TV antenna with TV aerial socket in starboard saloon locker (repl 2007)
Wallas Nautic 30D diesel hot-air cabin heating with vents throughout yacht and digital control panel with
thermostat and timer (2000) Refurbished 2009
6 man canister liferaft mounted on coachroof in s/s frame (2010) service due
Danbuoy and hourse shoe float
Harness tie-points at companionway and at helm
Fire extinguishers throughout yacht
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.