One owner from new! INDIGO is a honest example of this well regarded pocket cruiser. With the addition of a bow-thruster she is ideal for single-handed cruising.
Transworld Yachts are the Hallberg-Rassy dealer for the UK and Ireland specialising in new and used boat sales. We also manage refit and repair projects and carry a range of spare parts and yacht accessories. You can visit us at Hamble Point Marina which is situated at the mouth of the Hamble River, you can phone us on +44 (0) 2380 454000 or visit our website at: http://www.transworldyachts.co.uk/boats-for-sale/
Interior finish is mahogany with 2 component matt silk varnish. Full headroom throughout the boat. Skylights, opening portholes and ventilators for ample ventilation. Wooden inner frames for the skylights. Lighting throughout. The hull, where visible, is covered with mahogany slats to avoid condensation. De-luxe blue upholstery on 12cm foam cushions. Beige side curtains, skylight curtains and blue carpets throughout the boat except in front of galley. Detachable carpets with press studs to avoid movement. Floors in teak with inlaid holly stripes and varnished. Inspection openings in floorboards for access to valves, log transducers, bilge etc. Headlining accentuated with mahogany inlays.
Two sofas, starboard side 2.16m and on port side a 1.84m long L-shaped sofa with lockers above and stowage space underneath. Lee cloths fitted to both berths. Bookshelfs on port and starboard side. There is a dropleaf saloon table with bottle stowage in centre section. TV with digital receiver. Kenwood KDC 4090R stereo radio (AM/FM) and CD player. Plastimo quartz clock. Headroom 1.86m.
On port side is the ENO gas cooker with 2 burners and oven and deep double sink. Pressurised hot and cold fresh water with mixer tap. Fresh water foot pump as reserve. Working surface in white laminate finish. Ample stowage room, chopping board, drawers and waste bin. Fridge: well insulated box with ISOTHERM cooling unit with an electrical water cooling DANFOSS compressor. Opening window above the galley.
Chart table on starboard side with space for instruments. Stowage under seat. Instrument shelf. Electric switch panel with 12v outlet, fuel and water gauge and voltmeter.
Double berth 2.03m long and 2.04m wide at the widest part. On both sides there are lockers above and generous stowage below. Doors under bunks and hatch under floor. Hanging locker on port side and various lockers on starboard side. Altitude clock. Door leading to saloon.
2.13m long berth, 1.66m wide at widest part. Spacious hanging locker. Lockers above berth and stowage below. Door leading to saloon. Two opening portholes ensure good ventilation.
Interior lining and cupboard in white matt Resopal. Pressurised hot and cold fresh water. Watertight shower stall with teak grating. Electric shower waste pump. Manual pump action sea toilet. China wash basin with stowage above and below. Mirror. Two opening portholes for ventilation.
3-Cylinder Volvo Penta MD 2030 engine with sail drive and a three bladed folding bronze propeller. The engine is fresh water cooled. Engine hours counter. Three 12v batteries, one 62Ah for engine start, two further batteries 62Ah 12v for general use. Charging of batteries is by 60A alternator from engine. Switch panel with fuel and water gauges, voltmeter and automatic circuit breakers. 12v outlets in forward cabin, aft cabin and at inner chart table. International navigation lights. Capacity of Diesel tank 155 litres. 12v QL bow thruster with joystick control.
230v shore power system with circuit breaker, ring main with 4 outlets and immersion heater.
Sterling Prosport 20 battery charger.
HEATING AND WATER:
Webasto Air Top 3500 diesel heater with outlets in front cabin, saloon, aft cabin and heads. Pressurised fresh water system with accumulator pressure tank. Additional foot pump in the galley as reserve. Freshwater tank 255 litres. Manual bilge pump and emergency bilge pump.
Fractional rig by Seldén with backstay tensioner. Headsail furling and reefing system Seldén Furlex 200S. Forward and after lower shrouds. Double spreaders. Halyards and lines lead into cockpit through 8 jammers to two Lewmar 16CST self-tailing winches under the windscreen. Single line reefing system to the cockpit. Seldén rodkicker. Aluminium protective tubes for rigging screws. Main boom supplied with clew outhaul and two reefing lines. Spinnaker track. International navigation lights. Combined tricolour and anchor light at masthead. Deck light. Windex.
Fully battened mainsail in Dacron with lazyjacks and Selden MDS cars by Elvstrom
Furling genoa in Dacron with E-foam luff and UV protection by Elvstrom
Side decks, toerail, handrails, cockpit seats, integral bathing platform with folding ladder, cockpit floor and side trims in top quality teak.
All outside teak is unvarnished.
Strong cleats forward, aft and amidships.
Fittings for spinnaker blocks.
Protective brass strips to all mooring and spring cleats.
Quick electric anchor windlass with footswitch controls on foredeck.
25lb CQR anchor, 40 metres of 8mm chain.
Bruce anchor as spare.
Fixed anchor winch remote control in cockpit.
Two Lewmar 44 CST self-tailing sheet winches.
Spinlock clutch for furling line.
Lewmar 16 2-speed winch for furling line.
Steering compass above companionway.
Genoa tracks with floating blocks and return pulleys to sheet winches.
Tiller steering with Spinlock tiller extension.
Two Dorade ventilators in coach roof.
Twin bow rollers.
Raymarine 54E DSC VHF with antenna at masthead
Raymarine ST60 tridata (log, speed and depth)
Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction
Raymarine ST4000T+ tiller pilot
Seatalk NMEA interface
Simrad CX44 10" radar/chart plotter with GPS antenna
Standard Horizon CP180i chart plotter mounted in cockpit
Simrad 17" 2kW radome mounted on mast
Furuno NX300 Navtex
Glomex TV antenna
Lifelines in webbing on deck
2 x harness points in cockpit
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light in holder
IOR flare kit in container
Transworld Yachts 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.