Bermudan rigged with a Perkins Perama 20HP diesel engine driving two propellers by hydraulic transmission. All in very good condition and ready to sail. HT’s were designed by Pat Patterson for safe passage anywhere in the world and at least 4 have circumnavigated. This catamaran (constructed by Armada/Cornish yachts) has had three owners: 1991-1998, 1998-2006, 2006-present. Launched 1991. Many improvements have been made by the present owner. Interior head- and side-linings and carpets all (except small aft cabin) replaced 2012. Engine completely rebuilt by J. Armstrong Engineers Ltd. 2015. New prop shaft seals and cutlass bearings fitted 2017. Raymarine wheel autopilot fitted 2011, NASA depth sounder/speed log and wind sensor all fitted 2010. VHF radio and Navtex-pro fitted. Erbenspacher diesel powered blown air heating. Engine calorifier for hot water. One very large double cabin aft and one single cabin aft, large saloon with horseshoe seating around table which converts to a large double or two single berths. A very large galley area with gas cooker/grill/oven, a sink and cold box, has ample storage space. The spacious heads area has a sea toilet and a holding tank (currently disconnected). There is a sink with shower both supplied by a whale water pump and hot water from the calorifier. There are two large water tanks, one in either hull. There is a separate navigation area. Being the later model the HT27 had increased headspace and two stoop throughs connecting the main saloon with the two aft cabins. Fully battened mainsail (35 m2) with canvas cover and a roller furling 150-170% Genoa. Kyocera 45W solar panel, twin batteries, electric control panel for all lighting and 12V power. Mast deck light. A 22lb Danforth anchor with chain in forelocker and a 25lb Delta anchor with warp on roller aft. Various warps and safety equipment included.
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Reducedfor sale £30,000
Lying RFYC, Granton
(25 January 2017)