An excellent example of this popular family cruiser with excellent sailing performance and spacious comfortable accommodation, which has been cruised by the one owner from new and is currently in the Mediterranean but is returning to the UK by road in the winter. CQR anchor with 30m of chain and 30m of warp 14kg Brittany kedge anchor with 30m of chain. Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and stanchions. Custom wooden cockpit table4 x Cockpit cushions. Removable sun awning. 6 x Fenders with covers. Transom shower. Stern fender. Mooring warps. Ensign pole
The Fulmar has gained a reputation over the years as one of the best all round modern cruising yachts, the combination of good performance and solid construction made them a popular choice for 32 footers of their era. ?Permata? unusually has had wheel steering and a centre mainsheet track fitted to improve handling easier. She has recent standing rigging and Genoa. Domestrically she benefits from diesel fired cabin heating, a hot and cold water system and fridge. A good sailing boat with a practical layout. Built to LLoyds HCC. Teak rubbing strake and toe rail. Light blue painted non skid areas on deck. Interior joinery of teak and teak faced marine ply with laminate work surfaces in galley area. Headlinings professionally replaced 2002. Self draining aft cockpit. Semi balanced spade rudder with Whitlock Cobra 6R Deluxe rod type wheel steering, fitted 1997. Hide covered 30? Wheel.
Easy to handle racer cruiser. Excellent performance beating boat across the water that are 12 foot larger. Excellent race record and a joy to sail. Designer and Builder John Corby Yachts. Built in Poland and completed in Wales. First sailed October 07. Sail no GBR 1433R. Handicap IRC 1.043.
The Seastream 34 is a heavy duty and extremely seaworthy wheelhouse cruiser with a well thought out layout below and a deep safe cockpit. ?Seafargo? is, unusually, a sloop version, which is actually better than the standard ketch as it is much easier to get forward from the cockpit and the performance is better with the simpler rig. Below she is very nicely fitted out in classic style with lots of varnished solid teak and she benefited from a major refurbishment in 2006 which included the chart table being re-built, new headlinings, new upholstery in the saloon, new heating and re-wiring. This is an excellent example of the class that appears to be in very good shape for her age and is well worth viewing. 12v lighting throughout with standard navigation lights. Mains system ? connection point, four outlets below and 750 watt immersion heater in calorifier tank. 2x 240v spotlights in deck saloon.