|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Leigh-on-sea Essex UK|
The Iroquois Mk1 is probably the Ideal medium-sized cruiser/racer catamaran. Felix the Cat has a fully fitted six berth interior, modern laminate mainsail and racing headsail, Dacron cruising headsail, masthead and fractional spinnakers. Facnor FD headsail roller furling/reefing gear with low-profile webbing drum. Full sailing and navigation instrumentation, VHF radio. Carbon-fibre rudder blades in custom-built stainless steel stocks with connecting tubes to swan-neck carbon-fibre tiller. Full beam curved mainsheet track. Single and two-speed sheet winches on custom carbon-fibre plinths. Yamaha 9.9hp four stroke, high thrust outboard motor on articulated bracket. Twin tank and filter fuel system. Solar panel, 80W, for electrical charging. Lewmar 16ST halyard and reefing winch on coachroof to starboard, electric utility winch to port. Alloy centreplates. Single berth after cabins with stowage, water tanks under. Carbon-fibre honeycomb cabin table and settees convert to large double berth. Galley to port with two burner, grill and oven cooker, sink, three drawers and cupboards under work surface. Electric pump for cold water supply. Ice box built into work surface. Cave lockers for cups, cutlery etc. Single berth forward. Heads to starboard with ITT sea toilet, folding sink with electric water supply. Single berth forward. All LED lights throughout boat, Stereo CD and radio. Extensively rebuilt, with reinforced hull, and equipped to a very high standard by the current owner, Felix the Cat is perhaps the best Mk1 Iroquois in the UK..
|Designer:||Rod McAlpine Downie|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Yamaha 9.9 high thrust four stroke|
|Fuel type:||Petrol (Gas)|
|Length over all:||30'|
|Length at waterline:||27'|
|Maximum draft:||1' 6"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Fuel capacity:||37 Litres|
|Water capacity:||200 Litres|
Single berths in twin after cabins. Cave lockers alongside berths. Vanity unit and additional storage in port side cabin. Storage beneath berths. Central table and settees convert into a large double berth with storage under. Single berths in bows. Galley to port with two burner, grill and oven cooker (2019). Pan stowage beneath. Ice box in wooden worktop with stainless steel sink, cupboard and three drawers beneath worktop. Electric water pump to sink. Cave lockers inboard for cutlery, cups etc. Heads with ITT sea toilet to starboard with folding sink supplied with water through electric pump. Stereo radio with CD player and iPod compatibility in saloon. LED lights throughout.
Solid GRP hull, balsa cored decks. Recently stiffened with epoxy/glassfibre frames and stringers. Interior trim is a mix of varnished mahogany with cream, vinyl covered bulkheads. Headlining cream vinyl on ply panels with varnished oak battens. Navy and cream striped upholstery on all cushions and mattresses. Teak and holly laminate flooring in hulls, grey carpet in saloon. Full width mainsheet traveller across after part of cockpit. Hatches in after deck leading to fender and warp stowage to port, fuel tanks to starboard. Opening ports into after cabins, foredeck hatches into accommodation, also twin hatches into anchor locker on foredeck. Large hatch over galley, small ventilator hatch over heads, Dorade vents into saloon.
Nexus and Raymarine sailing and navigation instruments in two custom pods flanking the companionway. Wind speed, direction and all the computed functions. Raymarine graphic display which shows all nmea functions and historic graphs of speed, wind etc. Nexus multi-function for all Nexus network data, depth speed etc. Nexus navigator for all GPS functions. Battery monitor, comprehensive switch and breaker panel.
Nexus GPS integrated with instrument package. VHF radio with DSC. Chart table with space for chart stowage. Plastimo compass in cockpit.
New mast and standing rigging 2013. Elvstrom laminate, three reef mainsail (2013), roller lug slides. White Sails laminate racing headsail and Neil Pryde Dacron cruising headsail on Facnor FD, webbing roller furling gear, sleeve cover for headsail. Masthead and fractional asymmetric spinnakers. Two to one Dyneema main halyard, Dyneema headsail halyard, Dyneema sheets and spinnaker tack lines. All sail controls and reef lines through coachroof-mounted clutch banks. Double bank halyard organisers. Full beam mainsheet traveller. Two-speed and single speed sheet winches on custom carbon-fibre plinths outside coamings. Lewmar 16ST on coachroof to port for spinnaker halyards and some reef lines. Electric utility winch on coachroof to port for main and headsail halyards and reef lines.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.