|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
|Tax Information:||UK VAT paid.|
Imperia Imperia Italy
If you're looking for a capable but affordable blue water cruiser, look no further. Fairway Girl is a Dutch-built, extremely seaworthy round bilged steel cruising yacht with a superb specification and extensive equipment inventory. She has many thousands of miles under her keel and has served her two previous owners faithfully on both sides of the Atlantic, in the Caribbean, North Sea and the Mediterranean. Currently laid in the Gulf of Genoa, she is ideally located for easy Mediterranean cruising, in particular the Corsica and Sardinia area. Fairway Girl is ready to take you wherever you want to go in comfort, style and safety - just hoist her sails and the world's your oyster!
She is being sold on an 'as is, where is' basis from her Mediterranean berth.
|Vessel type:||Steel Ketch|
|Designer:||De Vries Lentsch|
|Builder:||Tak Jachtbouw - Holland|
|Make:||De Vries Lentsch|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Volvo Penta D2-55|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||11.5m|
|Length at waterline:||11m|
|Hull type:||Round bilge displacement|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||204 Litres|
|Water capacity:||363 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||30 Litres|
Large engine compartment allowing easy access to all machinery for maintenance. No need to take the boat to bits to access the engine.
Very reliable Volvo Penta D2, 55 hp diesel engine professionally installed by Ropewalk Marine, Lymington in September 2012. Currently only around 750 hours. Engine matched to vessel by Volvo Penta, ideal amount of power for economic steaming and easy manoeuvring in harbour.
New 3-bladed bronze propeller and shaft installed 2012.
Westerbeke 4KvA 240v AC diesel generator in acoustic enclosure in engine room, quiet and reliable.
240V lighting and plug sockets, powered either by generator or shore supply.
25A, 240V Xantrex smart battery charger.
Split diode voltage regulator from high-output engine alternator - prioritises engine start battery charging then isolates battery before charging house batteries.
Link 10 battery monitor for house batteries.
2 x 6v, 225 AH Trojan Marine house batteries (ample capacity), separate cranking batteries for engine, generator and anchor windlass.
Round bilged, long keel with cutaway forefoot.
Hull, deck, coach roof and cockpit are steel painted with Awlgrip. Very strong construction.
Fairleads, stanchion holders, pulpit / pushpit rails, stern boarding ladder and attachment channel of the coach roof to the deck are stainless steel.
Stainless steel stem protection plate - looks good and adds even more strength where it is needed.
The interior of the boat is insulated down to the waterline - she is very dry and condensation in the mornings is absolutely minimal.
Upper deck paintwork good overall, but a few small areas for chipping, priming and repainting.
Double berth aft cabin with upholstered dressing seat and ample storage.
Saloon with sociable round table, fully upholstered U-shaped seating area and ample storage.
Heads with full sized Jabsco toilet, shower and basin with hot and cold water supply.
Full sized chart table and navigation station with upholstered seat.
Two large single berths in forward cabin, with infill if required for a large double berth.
Galley with Force 10 stove (3 burners, oven and grill, runs from Propane or Butane), 2 stainless steel sinks with hot and cold water taps and sea/fresh water supplies on foot pedals, Grunert fridge with freezing capability, lifting flap providing extra worktop space, 240v sockets for toaster / kettle etc.
Saloon fitted with Somy diesel heater linked to radiator in aft cabin. Excellent piece of kit, effortlessly heats the whole boat using no electric power and only a tiny quantity of diesel. Detachable stainless steel chimney on deck.
HRO watermaker installed below cabin sole - requires recommissioning.
Varnished teak interior, white headlinings. Accommodation needs refreshing but still completely serviceable.
Whitlock Mamba rod geared steering system - totally reliable, no problem with wires or chain jumping off sheaves.
Lofrans Project X2 1000 watt anchor windlass, with remote control handset.
Hydrovane wind vane self steering - brilliant, steers boat using no power once balanced and provides immediately available emergency rudder.
AB Lamina 9L RIB - aluminium hull, hypalon tubes. Stainless steel chain and padlock for securing whilst ashore. No engine available, will require 6-10hp.
Sunbrella covers for winches, sails and cockpit instruments.
Full length Sunbrella cockpit cushions and 4 x individual cushions for deck use.
Aft deck box and deck bag for storage.
Various warps and fenders.
Mosquito nets for companionway and hatches.
Force 10 rail mounted gas barbecue and gas cylinder.
Foldaway cockpit table.
2 x boat hooks.
Many spare parts for machinery, deck equipment, rigging etc.
Bedding / towels etc
Furlex headsail furling gear with twin tuff-luff.
Hood dacron triple-stitched Mainsail, Mizzen and Genoa. Slab reefing on Main and Mizzen.
Ratsey and Lapthorne twin headsails for downwind sailing - triple stitched.
Spare Genoa, Main and Mizzen sails.
Cruising chute (well used but still sails fine).
Mizzen riding sail.
6 x Lewmar winches - primary cockpit winches Lewmar 46 self-tailing.
Very strong rig, 2 x lowers and cap shrouds on each mast, sta-lok fittings throughout. Masthead rigged, single spreaders. Twin backstays and triatic stay on Mainmast (doubles as MF antenna), swept back spreaders on Mizzen Mast with running backstays.
Main and Mizzen masts in tabernacles to allow easy lowering if required.
Spinnaker / Genoa pole
All rigging checked and overhauled by professional rigger in Summer 2016.
Ritchie magnetic compass
Raymarine fluxgate compass and Sailcomp fluxgate compass.
Raymarine C Series multifunction touch-screen display (2015), currently interfaced with:
Raymarine Raystar active GPS antenna,
Vesper Marine XB-8000 Class B AIS transponder (with own GPS and VHF antennas)
Navionics NW Europe superwide chart software
Provides powerful and versatile chartplotter with AIS overlay.
Raymarine SL72 radar.
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot with chain drive to Whitlock Mamba steering system.
Raymarine ST40 speed log.
Simrad windspeed / direction instrument.
NASA depth sounder.
ICOM IC-M422 VHF DSC with external speakers to saloon and cockpit.
ICOM M700-UK MF SSB radio transceiver (with antenna integrated into standing rigging). Rarely used.
Full range of navigation instruments (dividers etc) for use on full admiralty sized chart table.
Navigation lights commensurate with a power driven vessel and sailing vessel <20m LOA.
Sound signalling equipment - compressed air and manual trumpet.
ACR 406Mhz GPS EPIRB.
SOLAS flare pack.
Avon Modula liferaft (requires replacement)
Horseshoe buoy fitted with drogue and light.
Inflatable rapid-deployment danbuoy.
Helicopter rescue strop on block and tackle for MOB recovery.
Emergency VHF antenna.
Fixed VHF DSC.
Grab bag for abandonment.
Parachute anchor, stainless steel swivel and shackles, nylon superline rode and recovery span.
Fire blanket in galley.
Dry powder fire extinguishers in every compartment, 2 in saloon.
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms in saloon and engine room.
Emergency navigation lights.
3 x manual bilge pumps (one of which is portable emergency pump), allowing pumping from inside and outside of vessel.
1 x electric bilge pump for emptying grey water sump.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.