Anubis

Vessel Name

Anubis

Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price

£0.00

Short Description

SOLD

Contessa 32, 1973

Jeremy Rogers' classic, the Contessa 32. Designed by David Sadler, this sought after classy beauty is a popular crusing yacht with superb racing credentials.

Many upgrades in sails and equipment over the years.

 

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Accommodation

6 berths in 2 cabins.  Forward cabin with a double "V"  berth, opening deck hatch.

Midships heads compartment with a BlakeLavac sea toilet, wash hand basin with cold water supply, wet locker.

Saloon with a "U" shaped sette to port, converts to double berth. Starboard side single settee berth, saloon table.

Starboard side chart table with storage, there is a large quarter berth aft of this.

Port side "L" shaped galley with a Taylor’s 030LKerosene Stove with oven and limited grill. Top opening cool box, stainless steel sink with cold water supply.

Construction & Build

GRP hull, decks and superstructure. Tiller steering. Moulded encapsulated fin keel & skeg-hung rudder. Self draining cockpit. Hull epoxied in 1995 and professional respray of topsides 2012

Sails and spars

Masthead Bermudan sloop; Silver anodized aluminum mast; Rotostay twin groove headsail furling system; Spinnaker and jockey poles; Slab reefing mainsail; Blue Mainsail cover with lazyjack system. Sails: all very little used. Fully battened easi-stow mainsail by Hood; Furling Lightweight No 1 Genoa by Hood; Star cruiser Furling Headsail with Seafoam Luff by Hood; Tri-radial spinnaker; Storm Jib by Banks

Gear and safety

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires; CQR anchor with chain and warp; Large fisherman’s kedge with chain and warp; Various warps and fenders; Cockpit dodgers ; Blue sprayhood. Navigation lights: Port, starboard, stern navigation lights; Steaming and deck light; Masthead tricolour light. Winches: 2 x Lewmar 40 primary winches; 1 x Lewmar 25 halyard winch; 1 x Lewmar 8 Halyard winch; 2 x Lewmar 8 spinnaker winches. Steel layup winter cradle

Engine

Yanmar GM2F Diesel; 2 blade propeller. 2 x batteries replaced 2010 / 2011 (engine start and leisure battery) Boat rewired in 2000 inc new 12 volt switch panel. Rutland 913 wind generator and Rutland HRDX charge controller. Battery charger indicator.

Navigation

Navico bulkhead mounted instruments: Compass; speed; windspeed& direction; tiller pilot; depth; boat speed; NavikWind Self Steering System; NavicoVHF radio; Garmin 120 GPS XL; Hand bearing compass

Dimensions

LOA: 9.76m (32') LWL: 7.31m (24') BEAM: 2.90m (9'6") DRAFT: 1.68m (5'6") DISPLACEMENT: 4,300kg (9,500lb) BALLAST: 2,045kg (4500lb) BALLAST RATIO: 47% GROSS TONNAGE: 6.76

Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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