Hartly South Seas Motor Sailer - £30,000
Lying : Essex - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail
Designer : Hartly and Brooks
LOA : 11.89m (39ft 0in)
Beam : 3.58m (11ft 9in)
Draft : 1.45m (4ft 9in)
Keel : Long
- Ferro-cement hull and deck
- GRP sheathed, marine ply cabin tops
- Built over a 15 year period
- Long keel plus bilge keels
- Yellow with black boot line and dark green underwater sections
Rigging & Sails
- Bermudan Ketch rig
- Aluminium mast/spars by Sailspar
- In-mast furling
- Plastimo headsail furling
- No sails
Mechanical & Electrical
- Thorneycroft 402 diesel
- The vessel has a very good sized, enclosed, wheelhouse from which companionways lead forward to the main saloon and aft to the owner's stateroom. The wheelhouse itself has the steering position to starboard, seating for 3/4 and a sliding sunroof, through which the engine could be removed if necessary. Access to the outside is by sliding doors to either side. Going forward, there is a toilet compartment to port, with a Portapotti toilet, whilst to starboard is a fitted dinette which converts into a double berth. Forward of this, to port, is the galley area with a gimballed cooker (2 burners, grill and oven), sink unit with pressurised cold water, work-top, cupboards and drawers. Forward again, the forepeak provides a cabin with single berth (but with space for a double), shelf and locker plus access to the chain locker. Going aft from the wheelhouse, to starboard of the companionway is a hanging locker, opposite which is the heads compartment with sea-toilet, shower and handbasin. Aft of this there is a fitted seat to either side with a large double berth built across the vessel's transom. The vessel is fitted out to a good professional standard, the quality of the woodwork (teak, iroko and pine) in particular needing to be seen to be properly appreciated. Headroom throughout is about 6ft, and the boat benefits from Eberspacher warm air central heating and shore power. The vessel is very substantially built, and finished to high standard. She has a large foredeck with stainless pulpit, pushpit and stanchions, and is fitted with a secondary steering position on her aft deck.
This vessel has been constructed by her owner over an extended period. In doing so, he has built her to a very high standard and has meticulously followed best Ferro building procedures as laid down by the designers. She is considerably over engineered in terms of strength of her hull and also of her interior and deck fittings (for example, rubbing strakes are 3in by 2in keruin and cabin sides are 1.5" iroko). It is estimated that she is now about eighty percent complete, and that allowing for electronics, sails and deck equipment, the cost of completion would be a further £8,000-£10,000. The vessel has huge amounts of storage space and there is space capacity for calorifier, etc. if wished.
A very substantially built, good looking vessel with the capacity to go almost anywhere. She is spacious, comfortable and must be seen to be fully appreciated.
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