Trapper 501 - £8,995
This fine example of the highly regarded fin keel Trapper 501 was built by Trapper yachts at Burseldon in 1988 . She was the last of the class to be built hence the name "Finale". She has been with the present owner since 1993.
Yachting Monthly described the Trapper 501 as " A popular all rounder, well balanced, and easy to handle , ideal for family use but capable of offshore cruising or racing."
Finale benefits from a new Yanmar engine, installed 2007 with only 35hrs use.
A storage cradle is included in the sale. Some interior woodwork requires sanding and varnishing where condensation has caused stains.
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|LOA||: 27' 3" (8.3m)|
|Beam||: 9' 2" (2.8m)|
|Draft||: 4' 3" (1.3m)|
|Rig||: Bermudan Sloop|
|Engine Type||: Inboard|
|Engine||: Yanmar 2YM15 (2007)|
|Fuel Capacity||: 22 litres|
|Engine Hours||: 35|
|Water||: 72 litres|
|Location||: Isle of Anglesey|
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The accommodation is bright and attractive, with 6 ft headroom. Upholstery is cream vinyl in perfect condition. A total of six berths are available in two cabins.
There is a single settee berth on the starboard side of the saloon and on the port side the settee and saloon table can convert to a double berth if required. A single quarter berth is located aft on the port side of the saloon.
The fore cabin offers two berths made into a spacious double with the use of an infill.
Forward on the port side is a separate heads compartment equipped with a sea toilet and wash basin.
The galley feature a twin burner cooker with oven and grill, a cool box and twin stainless steel sinks with cold water supply.
Jib (little use)
All sails by Kemp
New VHF radio with DSC
2 x 12v batteries
Warps and fenders
Tender and oars
5 life jackets
A copy of the 2014 survey is available.