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The Vancouver 32 was a development from the highly successful Vancouver 27 design. The hull has the lines of the traditional ocean cruising yacht but also provides speed. The wide beam at the water line combined with 3 tonnes of encapsulated ballast provides tremendous stability, with the long keel giving excellent directional stability.
She is a blue water yacht and able to cope with demanding sea conditions, but she is also built with luxury and comfort in mind. The interior features teak cabinetry and comfortable seating.
Tombie of Mauritius has been well maintained and is ready to sail away.
|LOA||: 31' 10" (9.7m)|
|Beam||: 10' 6" (3.2m)|
|Draft||: 6' 1" (1.9m)|
|Engine Type||: Inboard|
|Engine||: Bukh DV24 (reconditioned 2017)|
|Fuel Capacity||: 157 litres|
|Water||: 300 litres|
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The accommodation is attractively laid out with wood work in good condition. The saloon is a good size with table. This table drops down to create a double berth to starboard. The settee to port creates a single berth. A further single is the pilot berth aft of the chart table. A further double berth is in the forecabin, with good head room and a shelf.
Storage is good. There is storage under berths, attractive wooden cabinets in the saloon, and a large storage cupboard opposite the heads.
The heads has a Lavac sea toilet and a washbasin.
The galley has a cooker with two burner hob, oven and grill, and a twin bowl sink. A large top opening fridge is below the seat cushion by the chart table.
Furling headsail (good)
Furling staysail (new 2016)
Slab reefed main (good)
Spinnaker (little used)
Storm jib (little used)
Wind self steering
6 man liferaft
3 x anchors
Warps and fenders
Stainless steel cradle