Sailing BoatsRacing BoatsMelgesModel 20Melges 20 in absolute mint condition! Fully equipped and ready to race with a number of sail sets and trailer for transportation.
EQUIPMENTHull built year 2011 (taken out 2012) white hull & white deck (Built in USA)-Hull No:218Engine-Suzuki DF 2.5S 2,5 HP (last service 2020)Racing rigg Version 3 carbon (latest version with dyform stays)-Gennaker halyard fit to retriever system-All blocks Harken-Diamond ratchet keys (extra spares)SailsNorth Sails (2 sets main, jib, gennaker (3 reachers and 3 runners)-One Black set 3DI RAW from 2018 (1st place in European Championship 2018)- Used in four competitions (excellent condition)- One set from 2016 (good condition)-One extra main from 2015 (club regatta)-Extra batten setsQuantum (2sets main, jib, gennaker (2 runners))-One set from 2017 Used in two competitions (excellent condition)-One set from 2014 (club regatta)-Extra batten setsSail and Boat Cover (good/excellent conditions)-Sail covers to all sails-Mast, boom, rudder, tiller and extension tiller covers-Two jib covers when rigged-One hull cover when rigged-Transport cover top and bottom (for trailer transport)-Keel coverTrailer Melges 20 Balbi registered in Sweden (German original documents)-Lockable transport box for accessoriesNavigation-TackTick/Raymarine Race Master (depth, log, starter, compass, temp, tactical)-Velocitek 2019 (GPS, starter and race analysing tool)-VHF: Standard Horizon HX500EAccessories-Anchor with anchor chain (optimized weight)-Floating devise (class rule)-Padel-First aid set in waterproof box-Manual bilge pump-Bucket 10 l-Fenders: 4 x Mooring lines: 4 x-Deck finish: anti-slip & Cockpit deck padded (grey) anti-slip-Deck hatch: Lewmar-Extra halyards-Retriever sock…*
Sailing BoatsClassic Sailing BoatsBorge BringsvaerdBB11Ideal with Tall Ships coming to Falmouth in 2021. Get out on your own boat in the Carrick roads and be surrounded by hundreds of other classic boats.Very reluctant sale of Betty Blue our BB11, ( Borge Bringsvaerd, Norway) A one design , 20ft Bermudian Sloop. Designed in 1956. Iron Keel,Carvel Mahogany on oak construction.
Ideal for two to day sail and race in. Ideal first boat. For most of her life she has been sailing in the Helford Estuary and Carrick roads, Falmouth. Has Mercury 3.3 long shaft outboard , Tender and spare sails. Complete history documentation. Price drop now to £5,000 for quick sale….*
Builder: Island Plastics Designer: Bill Waight / Fred Parker
ANTI-FOULED, ENGINE SERVICED, COOLING WATER INLET STRAINER TANK & WATER PUMP REPLACED 23/06/2020.
THE ENGINE HAS BEEN RUN (TO CHARGE THE BATTERIES EVEN THOUGH THERE IS AN ATTACHED SOLAR CHARGER) EVERY WEEK SINCE.
LOA: 23 ft 9″ LWL: 20 ft 9″ Beam: 9 ft 1″ Displacement: 2545 kg Draft: 3 ft 3″
3 berths in 1 cabin. 1 double, 1 single plus possible 2 berths in rear cockpit.
Settees to Port with drop down table to form double bed, Quarter berth to rear Starboard, 2 burner spirit stove, Wash basin with manually pumped water and cupboards under, Large capacity water tank in bows, Radio and cassette player with cupboards over and under, Emergency handheld radio and charger, Front access to engine bay. Full width heads compartment with marine toilet and washbasin, Seperate clothes storage wardrobe / locker. Strip lights throughout.
RIG & SAILS
Bermudan sloop, masthead rig, mast in tabernacle, stainless steel standing rigging, terylene running rigging, roller main reefing, Colnebrook headsail furling system. Main sail, furling genoa and jib.
Navico Wheelpilot WP5000 electronic autopilot is fitted, with control unit at steering console, electric motor mounted beneath wheel and belt drive (with clutch) to the wheel.
ENGINE & FUEL TANKS
Yanmar 3GM30 three-cylinder marine diesel engine with reduction gearbox (engine serial no. 16556), of 27hp / 20.1kW nominal maximum rating @3600rpm.
Electric starting (or with the aid of three separate decompression levers if necessary in the event of low battery power – a hand cranking facility is also provided). Engine panel at steering console, incorporating power key and starter button, oil pressure alarm, tachometer and warning lights. Morse single-lever control on console operating gear and throttle via flexible Morse type cables, with cable-operated stop mechanism adjacent. Belt-driven alternator and separate belt for impeller-type water pump. There is a solar charger on the cockpit roof.
The engine is raw water-cooled with reinforced flexible hose led from the seawater intake seacock to an in-line, clear-topped strainer, then to the water pump, and the raw water circuit incorporates a siphon-breaking vent on the bulkhead above with overflow led to the bilge.
Flexible water-cooled exhaust hose with in-line Vetus muffler, high loop aft and discharge at an above-waterline skin fitting.
Twin Vetus rigid plastic fuel tanks each of 61 litres capacity are securely strapped on either side beneath the cockpit, and were fitted new in 20017. Reinforced flexible hoses from separate deckfillers, tank vents led to skin fittings with flame-arrester gauzes in hull topsides. A reinforced flexible balance pipe is fitted between tanks, with isolating valves at either end.
Top-exit copper fuel delivery tubing from valves at either tank is led to an in-line pre-filter / watertrap (of metal bowl type, with metal drain plug), then fuel-resistant reinforced flexible hose makes final connection to the engine-mounted fuel lift pump. Armoured flexible hose leads to the engine-mounted filter, and mild steel fuel pipes to the injection pump and injectors. A short length of fuel-resistant flexible hose connects the engine to the main run of copper fuel return tubing led back to the top of tanks.
Flexible coupling to a stainless steel propeller shaft of approx. 28.6mm (1.25in) diameter, fitted with a three-bladed yellow metal right hand propeller embossed to indicate that it was constructed at 17in diameter, 10in pitch. The propeller has good blade profile, and gave a satisfactory return when sounded, and was found to be free from significant dezincification or other corrosion. The stainless steel retaining nut and cotter are also in satisfactory condition.
Yellow metal sterntube showing no excessive play at its cutlass rubber bearing, and cooling waterways found to be clear. A Manecraft Deep Sea Seal is fitted to the inboard end of the sterntube and is in good structural condition
Masthead bermudan sloop rig. Two head sailes (1 roller reefing) and Main all in good condition. Anodised aluminium mast (deck stepped) and boom, Two halyard winches attached outside of deckhouse.
On bow, Danforth with 30m chain plus warp into locker. Spare anchor in stern port locker.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires with Teak capping, Teak coach roof and salon roof grab rails.
Garmin GPSmap 450 chartplotter Icom IC-411 VHF DSC radio
Clipper wind speed / direction indicator Sowester Incastec 3000 depthsounder
VDO Sumlog Navico WP5000 Wheel Pilot autopilot
Sowester Bosun compass Blaupunkt London SQM 7 radio / cassette player with speakers
Various warps Boathook 7 fenders + step-fender Blue ensign + wooden ensign staff Boarding ladder
Spare fuel cans Hurricane lantern Various cutlery, crockery, etc Various spares, tools, etc Cockpit cover
Standing room in the cockpit and heads, just under six feet in the main cabin.
Last out of the water in June 2020 when she was cleaned and antifouled and engine serviced….Read full description
CategorySailing BoatsSubcategoryClassic Sailing BoatsManufacturerIsland PlasticsModelIP25Mooring CountryUnited KingdomCurrencyGBPConditionvery goodSalePrivateSales statusavailableLength4 m/13 ftWidth2 m/7 ftDraft1 m/3 ftCategoryBilge keelPropulsionInboardPropeller3-bladeSteeringWheel controlEngine manufacturerYanmarNo. of engines1FuelDieselMaterial hullGRPMaterial deckGRPNo. of berths3
Beneteau First 21.7 2005. Designed by Group Finot France and built by Beneteau yachts. A true sailing yacht with a sparkling performance, well designed and spacious interior all in a compact package. Swing keel. Four berths. Powered by a Tohatsu 6hp Longshaft outboard. She is equiped with tiller pilots and solar panel. Sails include 2019 Saturn Sails Mainsail and stack pack bag and A-sail. Great day sailor with option for overnight if you so please.
BENETEAU FIRST 21.7S BUILT IN 2005 Designed by Finot-Conq & Associates and built by Beneteau, France SSR registered.
L.O.A. 6.40m – 20’9″ L.W.L. 6.00m – 19’6″ BEAM 2.48m – 8’2″ DRAFT 0.70/1.80m – 2’3″/5’9″ DIPLACEMENT 1,245kg – 2,744lb
CONSTRUCTION White GRP Hull with structural hull liner White GRP sandwich deck with integral liner Iron lifting centreboard Twin lifting rudders & tiller steering with tiller extension Teak toe-rail MECHANICALS Tohatsu 6 hp, outboard petrol engine, new 2015 3 blade Alloy prop ELECTRICS: 12volt with Two battery at 140amp replace 2019 100 w Solar panel Shore power with cable. TANKAGE 1 x APPR. 30 L water tank Petrol 12 litres and extra cans RIG Single spreader fractional rig alloy mast and boom. Standing rigging replace 2015 Roller furling genoa and slab reefing main with two reefs Bow sprit SAILS:
Saturn Sails Mainsail new 2019 Furling genoa, 2005 A- Sail Cruising chute Stack pack bag and lazy jacks new 2019 WINCHES 2 Harken mainsheet winches ACCOMMODATION Sleeps four in one double and two singles
Double in fore peak with the singles running under cockpit Single burner Gas stove Additional cabin shelving & s/s bars Moulded sink and manual whale pump Light Oak Alpi interior wood Beige vinyl upholstery Striped blue and white fore peak berth and matching curtains INVENTORY NAVIGATION Plastimo steering Compass Raymarine ST40 echosounder and speed Android Tablet for chart plotter 2x tiller pilots Fixed Navico VHF GROUND TACKLE AND MOORING Bruce anchor 7 Kg with chain and 50 m warp Danforth Second anchor 6 fenders and 4 warps GENERAL EQUIPMENT Guardwire / Pulpit / Pushpit Sprayhood new 2020 Boarding ladder Yacht Club pack (teak slatted cockpit bench, saloon table, additional cabin shelving, netting and S/S bars) Masthead Tri-colour 2 x Bilge pumps Inflatable Dinghy new 2019 100 w Solar Panel Diesel Heater with fuel tank. Fire Extinguisher FIre Blanket
Battened mainsailManual bilge pump – x2 Teak cockpitLazyjacksSolar panelHeatingCompassOutboard engine bracketsDepthsounderLazy bagTenderTillerPlotterAsymmetric spinnakerVhfLog speedometerSwimming ladderShore power inletFurling genoaSpray hoodIn this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar….Read full description
CategorySailing BoatsManufacturerBeneteauModelFirst 21.7Mooring CountryUnited KingdomCurrencyGBPYear built2005ConditionusedSaleTradeSales statusavailableLOA6.4 m/21 ftLength6.4 m/21 ftWidth2.48 m/8 ftDraft1.8 m/6 ftCategorylifting keelEngine manufacturer1 x tohatsu longshaftNo. of engines1HP6Fuelpetrol/gasolineNo. of cabins1No. of berths4
Cornwall, South West
This charming 24ft yacht is in an old but serviceable state. Hope would benefit from a little tlc to her two cabins, equipment includes heads forward within a double berth, two single berths in the main cockpit, along with a sink and very old stove, which will need replacing. Hope has a Yanmar 1GM10 inboard diesel engine, along with VHF Radio, Wind Instruments, cabin lights, nav lights, twin battery setup and sails. Hope is an ideal day sailor with the possibility of overnighting. Manufacturer/Year unknown…Read full description
CategorySailing BoatsSubcategoryDaysailersManufacturerUnknownModel24ft Sailing BoatMooring CountryUnited KingdomCurrencyGBPYear built1980ConditiongoodLength7.4 m/24 ftWidth2 m/7 ftDraft1.5 m/5 ftCategoryfinPropulsionInboardPropeller3-bladeSteeringTiller steeringEngine manufacturerYanmarNo. of engines1HP10Fuel Capacity40Material hullGRPMaterial deckGRPNo. of cabins2No. of berths4Headroom1.83 mWC & bathrooms1