This is an extraordinary example of the fantastic Parker 335. She was custom fitted out for her first owner with the brief that she should be as simple and easy to be sailed single-handed, could be lived on for extended periods in all weathers comfortably and, as a consequence, is probably the best thought-out modern boat you could come across for single-handed or short-handed distance passage making. She is only being sold by the current, second-owner, due to the health reasons.
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The Parker 335 HS offers five berths in three cabins including the saloon.
The Forward cabin has a V berth that converts to a double, large hanging locker and shelving with door to saloon and door to en-suite heads compartment to starboard.
The en-suite head has a marine toilet with holding tank and pump-out system, basin and shower with pump out.
The saloon has an outboard facing chart table aft of the Forward cabin and to port with button seat and 12V panel (inc 3 x 12V sockets for charging phones, etc). Two settee berths with folding saloon table between. Custom cabinet to starboard for TV with masthead omnidirectional antenna. Aft to single berth aft cabin with lockers.
There is a U shaped galley to the aft end of the saloon with Coolmatic fridge, cool box, full cooker with grill and oven, deep stainless steel sink and plenty of galley storage. Brass spotlights. Brass oil lamp above the saloon table. Sliding tool shelf above the engine. Kenwood radio player with multi-CD changer and saloon speakers. Window and hatch blanking plates in lieu of curtains. The interior is heated by Mikuni 3.5KW blown air diesel fired central heating system with four outlets, 240V heater and Taylors paraffin cabin heater.
There is additional hull insulation moulded in at the time of manufacture to maximum winter cold prevention. Also, additional ventilation to minimize condensation. Full 240V shore power system with 14 sockets, immersion heater to larger than normal 12-gallon calorifier and 240V battery charger. Cabin cooling fan. A hot and cold pressurised freshwater system and uprated Cleghorn Waring pump. Extractor fan over the galley. Roller blinds to forehatch and aft cabin escape hatch.
Fractional sloop rig. Silver anodised aluminium mast and boom by Z Spars. Twin spreader rig. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging led aft to cockpit. Backstay tensioner. In-mast furling to mainsail. Harken headsail furling system to self-tacking jib track. Anderson self-tailing primary and secondary winches. Spinnaker pole with deck stowage and running rigging. Rod kicker. Mainsheet track on coachroof for additional safety.
Located under the companionway. Yanmar 2 GM 20 FW diesel engine. Twin cylinders. 18 hp. Fresh water-cooled. Reduction gearbox with Aquadrive 2000 coupling to shaft drive with three-bladed propeller. HMI shaft seal. Engine has been well maintained and last serviced by the owner in June 2020. Stainless steel fuel tank/
Three 12V batteries in two banks. Charging via engine alternator, 240V shore power charger and RWS 200 battery charge regulator (with remote display).
Built by Parker Yachts Ltd in the year 2000. White grp hull with additional hull ports and alloy toe rails. Hull Copper Coated from new. White grp coachroof with light grp moulded non-skid side decks. Self-draining cockpit and anchor well. Lifting wing keel - the keel is a stainless steel frame with a grp fairing supporting a stainless steel wing. This is electrically raised and lowered via buttons in the cockpit and has both a mechanical and electronic gauge. Tiller steering to swinging rudder. Stainless steel rails and guard wires. Six mooring cleats. Synthetic teak to cockpit seats and floor. This yacht has been stored ashore each winter and was only launched in June 2020. She has been owned by the current owner since 2010, one previous owner and has sailed her on the East Coast and across to Holland. This is a very reluctant sale due to health reasons.
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