Cornish Crabbers – 22 for sale

£ 26,495

 
£ 26,495

Sailing BoatsBlue Water CruisersCornish CrabbersModel 22CORNISH CRABBER 22 Gaff Built 2000 by Cornish Crabbers Sail No. 22, Dark Blue GRP, off-white deck, lifting keel (up 2’4″/down 5′), LOA 27′ with bow sprit which can be raised with dedicated halyard. Yanmar 2GM20 twin cylinder 18HP (upgraded to larger than standard engine) diesel, shaft driven inboard engine. This is rarely available 2 + 2 berth version of the Crabber which has sensibly designed accommodation for 2 adults; giving a larger saloon and living space than the standard 4 berth version with a Sea Toilet in the Focsle and space for a further 2 berths for children if required. Varnished timber offset by matching interior and cockpit beige cushions. A neat galley area comprises 2 burner hob with grill, stainless steel sink with cold water. The extending leaf saloon table can double as a chart table.  Overall the feeling sitting below is of space, comfort and quality. Tan mainsail, slab reefing, tan furling jib (new 2014), bowsprit can be stowed vertically via a dedicated halyard. Equipment includes: pulpit, guardrails, stern rail, boarding ladder, 2 x batteries, anchor with chain and warp, warps, fenders, winter cover (on request), depth sounder, compass, navigation lights, windex at masthead, Icom ICM323G DSC VHF with masthead aerial, 12v cigar socket, shore power. The Cornish Crabber 22 is a natural progression for the Shrimper owner, who wants to continue all the enjoyment and charm of the classic Shrimper world with the added potential for sailing further in greater comfort and with less effort. “POPPY” has spent most of her life being sailed from Chichester harbour and is now lying in Poole. She is safe and easy to move around with her wide decks. She can be sailed single handed and the self-draining cockpit helps keep your feet dry. Having been very well maintained and lightly used, this is a great opportunity for someone to buy with confidence a boat with good provenance and in excellent condition at a very competitive price compared to when new. Dimensions
LOA (excluding bowsprit): 7m / 22ft LOA (included bowspirit): 8.23m / 27ft Beam: 2.50m / 8.2ft LWL: 6.3m / 20.8ft Draft min: 0.7m / 2.4ft Draft max: 1.5m / 5ft Headroom: 1.47m / 4.8ft  
Tankage
Fuel tank: 40 L x1 Water tank: 50 L x1
Cockpit
“U” shaped cockpit seating Storage area in each section of the cockpit  Stainless steel twin ladder Cleats Tiller steering Engine throttle Fenders & warps Anchor Navigation lights  
Galley
A neat galley area comprises 2 burner hob with grill, stainless steel sink with cold water. The extending leaf saloon table can double as a chart table.  Overall the feeling sitting below is of space, comfort and quality.
Engines
Yanmar 2GM 18hp Cruising speed: 4 knots (approx.) Max speed: 5 knots (approx.) Fuel type is diesel Tiller steering from the cockpit  Engine throttle located on port side of cockpit below seats    
Accommodations
This is rarely available 2 + 2 berth version of the Crabber which has sensibly designed accommodation for 2 adults; giving a larger saloon and living space than the standard 4 berth version with a Sea Toilet in the Focsle and space for a further 2 berths for children if required. Varnished timber offset by matching interior and cockpit beige cushions.    
Additional Information
Equipment includes: pulpit, guardrails, stern rail, boarding ladder, 2 x batteries, anchor with chain and warp, warps, fenders, depth sounder, compass, navigation lights, windex at masthead, Icom ICM323G DSC VHF with masthead aerial, 12v cigar socket, shore power.   
Eletronics and navigation
Navigation lights VHF radio Tack tick wind speed, log Raymarine depth
Sails
Stainless steel standard rigging Type of rig: Gaff – Sitka spruce spars, stainless steel rigging  Furling staysail Tan Mainsail furling/reefing system: Slab Tan furling jib new in 2014 Bowspit stows vertical via dedicated halyard
Disclaimer
Parkstone Bay Yachts provides the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information set out in these particulars, and do we warrant the condition of the vessel. The particulars are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is advised to check the particulars and specifications and where appropriate instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to fully inspect the vessel and/or to have a sea trial of the vessel. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice….*