|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Macwester Pelagian 33 ft, twin engined, ketch rigged motor sailor with central cockpit. Well maintained and well equipped, and a proven safe passage maker. Good live aboard for 2/3 people and a dog. Ideally located to explore the Mediterranean and beyond.
|Vessel type:||Ketch Rigged Motor Sailor|
|Designer:||S J Roy|
|Registration:||Small Ships Register|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||33'|
|Length at waterline:||10m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Fuel capacity:||410 Litres|
|Water capacity:||180 Litres|
3 cabins sleeping 6 crew
Fully operational galley and day head.
Self-draining cockpit with GRP doghouse.
Fore Cabin - 2 singles or large double with infill deployed
Saloon - drop-down double berth
Aft Cabin - 2 berth singles or double with infill deplyed
Cockpit - can sleep 2 in warm weather with enclosed canvas cockpit.
S/s sink with pressurised hot and cold water, plus Seagull purifier tap.
S/s gimballed twin burner, grill and oven calor/campinggaz stove.
12v/240v top loading cool box
2 ring 240v electric cooker for harbour use
All pots, pans & cutlery for 6 persons
Sink with hot and cold perssurised water and retractable shower head/hose over shower sump housing electric float pump covered by teak grating.
Manual Lavac Toilet with sea valves to pump out to sea or to small, (unused) holding tank with deck pump fitting and 12v macerator pump.
Large, safe-draining cockpit
Wheel pedestal with teak folding cockpit table
Port & Starboard seating, locker storage under. These dismantle for full engine access.
Canvas cockpit cover with windows to enclose cockpit or use as bimini.
Designed by SJ Roy, she is hull number 5 of only 12 in this class. Built by Macwester Marine of Littlehampton in 1972. Strong, sturdy, safe and fast, and renowned for sea-going qualities under sail or power. First registered in 1973 with 2 previous UK owners. This owner (from 1992) undertook a 3 year extensive refit (almost rebuild) from bare hull up, to RYA training standards.
4 stainless steel fuel tanks, custom-made (one wing, one sadlle tank per engine). Total fuel capacity of approx 410 litres.
2 custom-made stainless steel watertanks, total capacity approx 180 Litres.
Wheel steering with Autohelm via bullet proof rod linkage to steering quadrant.
Includes ground tackle and inflatable slatted floor dinghy (new in 2015 with approx 4 hours use) with Yamaha 2.4hp Four Stroke Outboard motor (new 2014 with approx 4 hours use).
Rocna 15Kg anchor to calibrated chain
Electric anchor winch/windlass
Large Danforth ketch/secondary anchor & anchor warp
Fully adjustable Yacht legs
Navico, Wind, speed/log, depth instruments.
Raymarine C70 Plotter and radar
DSC Radio wiuth inbuilt GPS
VHF Portable Radio
Recent Imray Pilot books for France, Spain & Italy, plus full range of charts.
Course plotter, dividers, etc., for manual navigation
Good and reliable motoring with Twin 32hp Thornycroft (Mitsubishi-based) 4 cylinder diesels, with indirect cooling and 670 hours on both.
Shaft drive via hydraulic gearboxes to 3 bladed fixed propellers.
New exhaust non-return valves fitted to both motors in 2018.
Starbooard engine ntotally rebuilt in 2018 and has 5 hours running since rebuild.
Port engine fitted with new heat exchanger in 2019, and has Calorifier connected to supply domestic hot water.
Each engine has one main and one domestic battery charged by the engine alternator, plus each has solar panel charging. Isolator switches allow individual battery use or interconnection of all 4 batteries.
Both engines regularly maintained and serviced.
Aluminium anodised spars.
Stainless steel standing rigging, Stanchions and guardrail (new 2010).
Mainsail - fully battened, 3 point slab reefing (new 2010) with lazy jacks.
Mizzen - fully battened, 2 point slab reefing (new 2010)
Genoa - roller reefing (new 2010)
All sails crisp, clean and stowed in their sail bags.
Sectional aluminium mast supports to carry masts on deck when lowered (used once to transit the Canal du Midi)
Seago 4 man Valise Liferaft (in service)
McMurdo Fastfind EPIRB
2 x man overboard heaving lines
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.