|Price||$45,000 Or nearest offer|
|A classic Tasmanian motorsailer with an excellent pedigree and built to last. Inside and outside helms, Perkins diesel, some lovely timberwork and easy walk around side decks too. Just off the slips and owners of 20 years reckon it's time to find a new custodian. Hull is sound, engine runs well, sails in good order and plenty of extras too. This is an ideal boat for cruising Tasmania - it's done it all before and can easily do it again. Some cosmetic/deck work required but a lovely boat ready to enjoy right now and sensibly priced. Strictly appointment only please as this vessel resides on a swing mooring and inspections are dependent on owners availability.|
|An hour out of Hobart. Inspections only by appointment please.|
|Hull Material||Timber Huon Pine strip planked.|
|Length||10.00 m / 32′ 10″|
|Keel / Ballast||Long|
|Engine||4236 inboard 4 cylinder fresh water cooled diesel.|
|Engine Hours||900 since a rebuild in late 1990's|
|Fuel||2 x 60 gallons. 500 litres approximately|
|Water||60 gallons in stainless steel tank|
|Accommodation||V berth forward and 2 quarterberths running aft - one under the helm and one under the saloon starboard side. Another single in the saloon. Enclosed heads forward on port side with a hanging locker opposite. Good headroom in the saloon, plenty of light through large windows and well ventilated with several hatches.|
|Shower||Hot and cold with hot water provided from gas instant hot water heater.|
|Covers||Cockpit canopy and mainsail cover. Cover over foredeck too.|
|Ground Tackle||Electric anchor winch with control on foredeck.|
|Electrics||12 volt system with an inverter and solar panels and regulator.
Clock and barometer
|Lowrance Sat Nav, depth sounder
GME VHF 27 meg and VHF radios.
|Sail Inventory||Headsail on a furler in good condition and mainsail in a cover in fair to good condition.|
|Mast / Rigging||Stainless steel rigging|
|Deck Gear||Pulpit and liferails.
4 good sized cockpit lockers.
Swim platform and swim ladder.
Disclaimer: Vessel details are believed to be correct but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries. We recommend independent surveys and mechanical inspections on all vessels we sell.