4 x double cabins (one of which sleeps 3)
1 foreward cabin which sleeps 4
Spacious salon and Galley
Hallway between cabins with library shelving
2 bathrooms and 2 heads plus 3rd shower on aft deck.
Hull is fibreglass. Built in 1979. 25 tons net.
Masts: anodised aluminium
Booms: anodised aluminium
Goose necks: stainless steel axle.
Rudder: white lock with pistons
Shrouds replaced in 2004
Displacement: 25 tons net.
Deck is painted Epiphanes 2901 light grey. Epiphanes paint to deck and superstructure with non-slip areas.
Bolt on iron keel sheathed in grp-ballast weight 9 tons. Long skeg mounted rudder.
Wheel steering wih Whitlock Mamba 10 system. Emergency tiller (2007).
Interior joinery. Varnished teak-faced plywood.
11 x Campa aluminium framed deck hatches
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions and bases, sternguard, protection bars at mast
6 x Vetus cowl ventilators
2 x 55 primaries
2 x 44 secondaries
1 x 40 fore mainsheet
4 x 40 foremast halyards
1 x 40 mainmasat halyard
1 x 40 mainsheet
1 x 40 reefing
Lofran Falkcon 1500W electric / anchor winch (2000)
Sparlight anodised aluminium spars
2 x keel stepped masts
2 x booms
1 x spinnaker boom
12mm wire standing rigging.
Running rigging in wire and Marlow Braid
MainsailNo.1 light genoa
Engine, Electrics & Machinery
1979 Ford Sabre 254D- 4 cylinder 80HP diesel (built in 2011)
Cruising speed 7 knots. Maximum speed we have sailed is 12.5 knots.
Flexible engine mounts
Fresh ware heat exchanger cooling
3 blade propeller
Engine hours @ 25.4.2012=
75 Amp Alternator (2012)
Sinergex 3000 Invertor (2007)
Victron Eneray battery charger 24V (2009)
8 x 6V house batteries = 24V 225AH May 2012.
2 x 12V engine start batteries = 24V = 302 Amps May 2012.
Koch water maker (not used). Needs new membrane.
2 x Henderson manual bilge pumps
1 x Electric bilge pump.
Hot water tank (we have never used it – not connected)
2 x 185W solar panels (2012)
Regulator for wind generator
Fuel: 500 imperial gallons/ 2273 litres in 2 intergral grp tanks
Fresh water: 500 imp gallons / 2273 litres in 5 x integral grp tanks
Grey water: 20 imp gallons / 90 litres
Raymarine wind, speed and depth metres
Navman 550 and Navstar GPS
Plastimo steering compass
Plastimo hand bearing compass
Sailor VHF radio telephone
Auto Pilot (2009)
12ft Caribe dingy, solid floor
8ft Walker bay roll up dingy
Yamaha 8.9HP outboard
12 x life jackets
6 x safety harnesses
Various safety flares
Deck shower/ deck wash
Steaming and masthead light
75lb CQR anchor (2007) with 150 ft galvanised chain
55lb Fortress anchor with 80m/262’ rope + 5m/16’ chain
Bimini awning (blue) (2006)
Dodger (blue) (2009)
Sail covers (blue)
Kayak for 2
2 x deck beds
Beige colour Cockpit cushions (2009) plus dark blue vinyl ‘every day’ cushions.
Bed linen towels
4 burner gas stove with spacious oven (2006) with stainless steel rear splash Protector.
3 x 10lb aluminium propane tanks in ventilated cockpit locker
Stainless steel sink
Grunert electric refrigeration for isotherm 220V fridge and freezer
Inbuilt igloo ice box
Various cooking utensils.
Dinner Service, cutlery and glassware
This ocean 60’ was designed for chartering and in this capacity is suitable for families
and groups. The present owners have used the boat successfully for chartering since
they purchased it in 2006.
However it is a strong blue water sailing yacht and will be ideal for a family or group
to use for sailing around the world for pleasure or for carrying out marine research etc.
The schooner rig is exceptionally easy to handle. The boat cuts smoothly through
The cockpit is deep and sheltered with good backrest height provided by the coamings.
It makes a great area for dining. There is also a large dining table in the salon which
Is accessible from the cockpit by only 2 steps!