First class workmanship in selected mahogany, handrubbed and treated to a silk smooth finish. Mechanical Systems
The accommodation consists from forward of: Water and gas tight stowage for liquid gas bottles, anchor chain below. The space is accessible from deck and drained overboard.
Fore cabin with two comfortable berths. Length of berths 2,0 m (6’7’). Filler between berths. Below the berths stowage, shelves at sides. A folding door separates the fore cabin from the toilet compartment.
The toilet cabin is fitted with a reliable marine pump head and a wash basin with fresh water from a foot pump. On portside a good sized hanging locker. Teak floor over drained bilge.
Folding door to main cabin. The main cabin is built with fair sized sofa-berths to port and starboard side. The portside sofa is made as an L -sofa. Behind the swing-up backrests is stowage. The sofas are 2 m (6’7”) long. Book shelves and lockers behind the sofas. Large table with fold down wings and a bar in mid section. Inside of hull, above berths, is panelled with mahogany. The ceiling is lined with vinyl panels.
Strong solid mahogany hand holds to deck head port and starboard. Headroom in main cabin 1.80 m (5’11”).
L-shaped galley equipped with a Eno 2 burner stove with oven in gimbals. Gas shut off valve. Drained ice box 50 litres with 12v compressor and cold compartment. New Compressor June 2015. Double stainless steel sink with manual fresh water pump. Surface of counter top in easy cleaned teak look plastic laminate. Drawers, lockers for china etc.
On starboard side is a navigation table and the electric switch panel. The upholstery in high quality furniture fabric with 10 cm polyetherfoam cushions.
Floor boards made of 20 mm striped teak covered by wall to wall carpeting.
Curtains in all windows.
Volvo Penta Diesel 2002 S120 B 13 kW (18 HP) at 3.200 rpm.Deck Equipment
1604 Main engine hours
New water pump in May 2017
Single lever control of gear and rpm.
Saildrive diaphragm: replaced 2013
The engine compartment is sound insulated for lowest possible noise level.
Shore power lead, connection, three sockets
ChargePro 15Amp battery charger
Domestic battery bank
Separate engine starter battery bank
Teak decks and cockpit sole Navigation Equipment
Hull sanded back to Gel-coat and re-epoxied in 2019 for preventative purposes
Sheet winches: two Lewmar 40 C two speed.
Halyard winches: two Lewmar 8 single speed
Danforth anchor with 30m anchor chain
Mooring cleats fwd, aft and amidships
Open fairleads fwd.
Pulpit, open type for easy embankment.
Built in rubbing strake with brass profile.
Double life lines with four conical stanchions, height 26”.
Six portlights, two opening
Navigation lights, all lights on mast upgraded to LED.
Bathing ladder on transom.
Sprayhood, with secure hand hold and large see-through panels. New 2019
Cockpit table with storage brackets in cockpit locker
Winch handle pockets
Three cockpit lockers.
Raymarine e7 chartplotter, hybrid-touchSpars & Sails
Autohelm wind, speed and depth instruments in cockpit
Autohelm Multi instrument above chart table
Autohelm 2000 autopilot
Clock and Barometer on main bulkhead
Spars and rigging from Seldén Mast AB, Sweden.Safety Equipment
Mast and boom made from silver anodized aluminium alloy.
Main mast 155/104 with one set of spreaders.
Main and jib halyards to cockpit. Boom 11 1/75 with reefs (2 reef lines) and outhaul. S , boomvang.
Standing rigging replaced 2014
Upgraded Harken furling forestay
Spinnaker pole available
Fully battened, foot-loose, mainsail by Sanders sails with OWS cars. New 2017
Roller reefing Genoa with UV protection by Sanders sails, New 2017
Cruising chute with snuffer, barely used. New 2010
Transworld Yachts Sailing Ltd nor the seller offers any guarantee or warranty with the safety equipment supplied with the vessel. The equipment is sold as seen.It is recommended that all safety equipment is serviced or inspected by suitably qualified technicians for its suitability for intended use.Default Disclaimer
Manual Bilge pump
Small Avon dinghy
Horse-Shoe Life Buoy
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