1985 Saltram 31 - £34,000
Lying : Devon - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail
LOA : 9.3m (30ft 6in)
Beam : 2.84m (9ft 4in)
Draft : 1.5m (4ft 11in)
Keel : Long
- GRP construction
- Glass-sheathed wooden decks covered in Trakmark
Rigging & Sails
- Masthead Bermudan Sloop rig
- Roller reefed radial cut genoa
- Roller reefed jib
- Storm jib
Mechanical & Electrical
- Bukh 20 2 cylinder diesel
- Tankage : 25 gallons diesel, 50 gallons freshwater
- 6 berths in 2 cabins, plus galley and heads
- The boat has a large cockpit with seating and lockers to either side. The companionway steps lead down into the main saloon where the heads is located immediately to starboard. The navigation station is immediately forward of this and, opposite, is the galley. This provides a gimballed Plastimo stainless steel cooker (2 burners, grill and oven), worktop, cupboards and two stainless steel sinks (fresh and salt water). There is also a semi-enclosed quarter-berth here. Forward of this, there is a settee berth to each side of the cabin, with a pilot berth behind the port one, and a fixed, drop-leaf table between them. Forward again, there is a hanging locker to each side and a Taylors stainless steel paraffin space heater to starboard. In the bow there is a second cabin, with a full-length V-berth (can convert to a double), cupboards and other storage, plus access to the chain locker. This area has standing headroom under the hatch. Internal woodwork is varnished mahogany, and upholstery is in blue/grey.
- Navigation equipment: Seafarer echosounder, Stowe log, Navico 2500 autopilot, Sestral compass, Navtex, navigation lights
- Deck equipment: 35lb plough anchor with 30m chain and 30m warp, stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions, blue sprayhood, dodgers
It is understood the boat's running rigging has recently been replaced, and that her engine had a top-end overhaul and new mounting/stern bearing seals in 1998. The upholstery in the main cabin was replaced in 1999. It is believed beaching legs are also included in the sale. The owner, who has owned the boat since new, states that better use of space is made in this particular boat than other Saltrams, as the mainsheet horse has been mounted on the coach roof to give a less cluttered cockpit. Though not personally inspected, this looks to be a lot of boat for the money.
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