Colvic UFO 34


£13,250 GBP

AVAILABLE

Tax/VAT: Paid/Included

Condition Used Length 33’4″
Location North Wales, UK Beam 10’11”
Fuel Diesel Draft 5’6″
Year 1979 Displacement 4,633kg
Cabins 1 Berths 5
Engine Thorneycroft 35hp Keel type Fin Keel

Summary

Colvic UFO 34 (1979- commissioned 2012) Fin Keel Yacht. Thorneycroft 35hp diesel engine. Slab reefed mainsail (new 2012), furling genoa (2012). Spinnaker. Rigging new in 2012. Manual anchor windlass. Five berths. Garmin GPSMap 180. Nasa Clipper speed/ depth and wind speed/ direction instruments. Nasa weatherman and BM-1 battery monitor. Navman VHF7100 DSC VHF radio. The hull was constructed in 1979 but it was only in 2012 that the boat was finally completed and launched. Consequently the hull has only had around 7yrs sailing and the vessel benefits from young rigging/ sails and electrical wiring. Lying North Wales, UK.

Engine

Thorneycroft 35hp diesel engine with shaft drive to a two blade propeller. 2x Batteries charged by engine alternator. Shorepower connected with breaker circuit. Boat re-wired on commissioning in 2012.

Sails and Spars

Aluminium mast and boom. Slab reefed mainsail (new 2012) with new boom stackpack with lazy jacks, furling genoa (2012). Spinnaker. Rigging new in 2012. Self tailing genoa sheet winches (2012).

Cabin Details

The interior is finished in quality joinery and the headlining was new in 2012.
The private forward cabin has a double berth accommodation. There is a hanging wardrobe in the passage on the starboard side. The heads compartment is to port with a marine WC and a wash basin. On both sides of the saloon there are single settee berths, there are lockers either side too. The galley is aft and to starboard. It is equipped with:- a gimballed three burner gas cooker with oven, a stainless steel sink with cold fresh water and work surface/ locker storage.
Opposite the galley is the chart table with Nasa weatherman and BM-1 battery monitor, Navman VHF7100 DSC VHF radio and the electrical switch panels. There is a large quarter berth aft of the chart table. The engine start panel is in the cockpit along with stowage lockers.

Deck Equipment

Anchor with chain and warp. Manual anchor windlass. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires. Sprayhood (new). Wheel steering. Fenders and warps.

Navigation Equipment

Steering compass at helm. Garmin GPSMap 180. Nasa Clipper speed/ depth and wind speed/ direction instruments. Nasa weatherman and BM-1 battery monitor. Navman VHF7100 DSC VHF radio. Engine instrumentation in the cockpit.

Safety Equipment

Electric and manual bilge pumps. Fire extinguishers. Danbuoy. 2x Horseshoe lifebuoys.

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