Colvic UFO 27 - £9,000
Colvic UFOs are known as good racing yachts with the advantage of comfortable cruising accommodation. Karenda is a good example, having been regularly maintained.
The original engine was replaced in 2011 with a new Beta and total engine hours are under 300 hours.
She is on a swinging mooring at Holyhead Sailing Club, Anglesey. Out of season she is stored on the hard on her own cradle. This is a useful feature, being a cradle that can be dismantled and easily transported.
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|LOA||: 27' 0" (8.2m)|
|Beam||: 10' 0" (3.1m)|
|Draft||: 5' 0" (1.5m)|
|Rig||: Bermudan sloop|
|Engine Type||: Inboard|
|Engine||: Beta 14hp (2011)|
|Fuel Capacity||: 68 litres|
|Engine Hours||: 300|
|Water||: 45 litres|
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Below is the saloon with a settee berth to port. This creates a berth. Opposite is the galley with sink and oven. Aft of the galley is a pilot berth. A table pulls down here.
Going forward the heads is to port with a Lavac toilet. There is a hanging locker opposite.
The forecabin offers two single berths.
The galley has sink and cooker with 2 burner hob, oven and grill.
Furling genoa (Bruce Banks)
Mainsail (Bruce Banks)
3 x Spinnakers
Raymarine chart plotter
Raymarine Autohelm ST50 wind speed/direction, depth
Raymarine Autohelm 2000
Boat cradle (dismantles for easy transport/storage)
Warps and fenders
2 x anchors
2 x anchors
1 x sea anchor