Designed by Bill Dixon Built 1984
Length 10.21 metres
Beam 3.56 metres
Draft 1.52 fin keel
Built August 1984 Fibreglass
Centre cockpit Sloop, wheel steering, fin keel.
Built by Marine Projects.
This yacht has had one owner
only from new and after completing a circumnavigation has been
completely refurbished hence its immaculate condition.
Forecabin; a comfortable,
roomy cabin with two single berths which are convertible to a double.
To the starboard side is a hanging locker with a small vanity
unit. The saloon has a u shaped settee to starboard with a
single settee berth opposite. The centrally mounted table folds
out to the complete width of the saloon. The navigation area is
aft of the saloon on the portside; chart table.
The toilet compartment with marine toilet and shower is aft of
the navigation area on the port side immediately adjacent to the
The galley, which is immediately opposite is L shaped; hot and cold
pressurised water system, stainless steel sink with chopping board
inset, full cooker, and top opening icebox. The aft cabin is
reached through a passageway from the saloon and galley. In this
passageway are two hanging lockers: one for wet gear. Aft cabin;
double berth, a settee, a dressing table and hanging locker.
Fuel 159 litres.
Full epoxy treatment from new.
New cutlass bearing, new prop
Newly fitted deep-sea seal stern
Anti siphon pipe fitted to
Rigging All new with the addition
of running backstays
Roller furling profurl.
Kemp mast fitted with mast steps.
Engine Thornycroft T90 35 hp
Extra water and fuel filter
installed immediately before lift pump.
Sails New mainsail 8oz. U.S.,
Genoa, heavy weight small Genoa, trysail. New sail cover for main sail.
Also matching spray hood and dodgers.
Hydrovane wind pilot
New foam in cushions when
Taylor’s diesel/paraffin cabin
Water - capacity 300 litres
(extra tank, flexible installed).
Besides pressure system extra hand pump in galley plus salt-water
Electronics – GPS, Radio, Depth
sounder, new wind instruments, log, 700-watt inverter,
autohelm autopilot and masthead anchor light.
Shore power 240 volts with lights
to galley and saloon. Also several 15amp sockets.
Batteries – 2 – 105 ampair
2 BP solar panels fixed on deck.
Manual bilge pump plus automatic
electric with float switch.
3-way valve fitted to water
intake on engine for use if serious water intake occurs.
Complete set of scuba diving
Extras – hatch in main cabin,
fly screens, wooden cabin sole, fidell radar reflector mast mounted,
3anchors (2 CQR lead weighted for extra holding power, 1 high tensile
danforth fitted with 10 mil chain and anchor warp), 50 metres 8 mil
chain, dinghy anchor, 15hp outboard, fixed stainless steel lifting arm
for outboard, self tailing winches, boarding ladder, rigid bottom
inflatable, stainless steel BBQ, warps, fenders, extra gas bottles,
fire blanket, cockpit cushions, harnesses, barometer and clock,
cassette player, etc, etc.
This cruising yacht is deceptively spacious.
aft cabin and plenty of room for entertaining on board.
Some interior shots
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Since new the yacht has
been lifted every year for drying and antifoul purposes. It is
fitted out for long distance live aboard cruising and is ready to sail
away. The yacht is now lying in Larnaca Marina, Cyprus where
it is duty and vat paid.