KETCH RIGGED STEEL MOTOR SAILER WITH TWO DOUBLE CABINS, TWO HEADS, DECK AND DINING SALOONS AND A LARGE ENGINE ROOM. This vessel is a classic example of the Dutch Kotter with a heavy displacement, broad beam and low profile with a single low reving engine and spacious accommodation. Below there is a large engine room with two access points, excellent traditional style teak joinery and a very light and airy feel to her. On deck she is very safe with substantial hand rails all round, high bulwarks, wide side decks and good visibility from the external helm. She had a major refit in 2003, including a superb paint job, and really is a very good example of the type. WELL WORTH VIEWING. Please note that the euro price shown for this database may be misleading due to changes in the exchange rate.
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The J35C is a fast and comfortable cruiser/racer and this example is in very good condition with a lot of new gear onboard. She is well suited to short handed sailing especially with the deeper and heavier keel for more stability, the deeper rudder for more control and the dual furling systems for ease of handling. The yacht has been cruised by her present owners to Southern Ireland and back in 1998 and is equally at home on the race course, winning EAORA (the offshore series on the East Coast) overall in 2004 and numerous other races. 35lb CQR anchor with 33m chain, Fortress and Fisherman's anchors, Simpson Lawrence Sprint 1000 electric windlass (new 1999). Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and lifelines, Gate in lifelines to starboard. S/S transom boarding ladder. J- bow roller (new 1997). Boom cover with lazyjacks (new 2000 but needs repairing or replacing). S/S rails for sprayhood (canvas needs replacing)Canvas tent (new 1999. Topside skirt (new 2006). Fenders and warps.
131% furling genoa - Kevlar - Parker and Kay - 2000
Blade No.3 genoa - Kevlar - Parker and Kay - 1997
No.4 Genoa - Dacron - Relling - 1995
Also 3 x mylar genoas and 2 x spinnakers by Relling in 1994
0.5oz Floater spinnaker - Parker and Kay - 1997
1.5oz Asymmetric spinnaker - Parker and Kay - 1997
Galvanised 6 leg cradle, made to measure, with adjustable legs
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"CRISPIN" AFT COCKPIT CUTTER RIGGED BLUE WATER CRUISER WITH 5/6 BERTHS IN TWO CABINS. The Vancouver 32 has an excellent reputation as a superb blue water cruiser equally at home in local waters. The accommodation is well thought out with many separate stowage lockers, good sea berths and a pleasant traditional style. On deck they are again well though out and very easily handled by a small crew, particularly in Crispins case as all control lines are led back to the cockpit. Crispin has a good inventory and has been well used with many pleasant miles under her keel including a round Britain under her present ownership. She has proved to be a safe and seaworthy vessel but is now for sale as her owner is looking to purchase a larger vessel. This is an excellent vessel and worth viewing.