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Dewar Aluminium sailing yacht

This aluminium long distance sailing yacht was built in 1984 by Dewar Marine in Cape Town to a Jim Dewar design. Purchased by two brothers and used as a live aboard in South Africa, she was eventually sailed back to Bristol via Madagasgar and Ibiza .

The present owner purchased her in 2003 and brought her ashore where she underwent a complete re-build and renovation which took up the next eleven years.

During this period the interior was completely stripped out and had sprayed on insulation applied throughout. All interior joinery was replaced in Marine ply veneered and edged with ash. The finished result is a bright comfortable interior of the highest quality.

The hull has been grit blasted and fresh primer and antifouling applied. Nightshift is in good order and ready to go.

The original BMW engine has been replaced with a new Vetus 42hp diesel with less than 100 hrs use to date. The engine is regularly maintained and serviced.

There has been a complete re-fit of instruments including Raymarine log/depth tri data, Chart plotter, wind speed direction, auto pilot, Furuno radar, icom VHf with DSC.

Other improvements include a bow thruster, a powered windlass, wind turbine and hydraulic steering. There is a Wind Pilot steering system fitted on the transom. The owner has also added an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB).

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(1130k)

Boat Specs:

Hull : Alumi
Year : 1984
Berths : 7
LOA : 38' 0" (11.6m)
Beam : 11' 7" (3.5m)
Draft : 5' 3" (1.6m)
Displacement : 8000kgs
Keel : Fin
Rig : Bermudan cutter
Engine Type : Inboard
Engine : Vetus 42 hp
Fuel : Diesel
Fuel Capacity : 400 litres
Engine Hours : 100
Water : 100 litres
Location : Gwynedd

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Accommodation:

The accommodation comprises a total of seven berths in three cabins. There is a double in the fore cabin, a three quarter berth in the port side aft cabin, a single in the starboard side quarter berth and two saloon berths. The saloon has a table with settee berths around it.

Headroom below is 1.86m. Headroom in the seating area is 1.7m, allowing for the wide flat foredeck above.

The separate heads compartment is fitted with a Vetus marine toilet, a wash basin and shower. A holding tank is fitted with a macerator pump.

There is an Eberspacher heater, which the owner has chosen not to connect.


Galley:

The spacious galley is equipped with a Force Ten four burner cooker with oven, a top loading fridge and a sink with pressurised hot and cold water.


Sails:

New main sail
Furling genoa
Storm jib
Various spare sails all serviceable.


Instruments:

Furuno radar
icom IC-M323 VHF radio with dsc
Raymarine log depth tri data
Raymarine wind speed direction
Raymarine Hybrid Touch Chart Plotter
autopilot
compass
Wind Pilot
EPIRB .


Electrical System:

12 volt
Shore power
solar panel
Vetus battery watch
Master volt main charger system
Vetus engine charger system
Main switch board
Immersion heater


Equipment:

Bow thruster
electric windlass
multiple bilge pumps
tender with new Yamaha 2.5 hp outboard
4 person liferaft (in date until 2020)
warps and fenders
spray hood
stack pack and lazy jacks
Eberspacher heater (available but not fitted)


Telephone

0800 6125162

07890 588206


All photos and details remain copyright of Partnership Yacht Brokers. Linking to or using them to facilitate a sale indicates acceptance of our terms of business - Please contact us if you wish to link to or use this resource for any reason.

These boats are no longer for sale and remain here solely as an information resource for those researching the boat types.

These photos should not be relied upon in the purchase of any boat of a similar type as enormous variations can occur between boats even of the same specification.