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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,500 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP

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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,500 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP
LOA: 26' 10" (8.2m)
LWL: 21' 9" (6.6m)
Beam: 9' 2" (2.8m)
Draft: 5' 9" (1.8m)
Displacement: 4500lbs
Keel: Lifting
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Volvo 2001 9hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 8gal
Water: 20gal
Location: North Wales

A very tidy yacht, built by Gib Sea in France, she has been in her present ownership since new and has been lightly used. She has been sailed in and around the Anglesey coastal waters and the North Wales coast.. She comes with a very comprehensive inventory and her deep water mooring in the Menai Straights may be available by negotiation The hull has been protected with 5 coats of Gelshield 200 The standing rigging was replaced in 2007,the running rigging was replaced in 2007 also. The engine was re built in 2006 by ABC Power Marine.The engine mounts and injectors were also replaced. The engine has been serviced annually. Lazy jacks and stackpack fitted in 2008.


Accommodation:
A total of six berths are available, a large double berth, forward in the open plan cabin, two settee berths located port and starboard in the saloon, and a large double in the aft cabin, located on the starboard side aft.
There is a separate heads compartment located aft on the starboard side complete with hand basin. The Toilet was replaced in May 08.
Galley:
Two burner cooker with grill, sink and coolbox.
Sails:
Mainsail by Banks, B1 Radial by Jeckells, 140% reefing Genoa, no2 110% furling genoa, 100% Mylar genoa, Spinnaker.Lazy jacks and Stackpack fitted 2008.


Instruments:
Contest 101 compass New 2008, Depth sounder, Navico Log, Silva DSC VHF, Autohelm.
Electrical System:
12v x2 batteries
Equipment:
6 man dinghy with oars, 2xsafety harnesses, Lifebuoy.One electric and one manual bilge pump. Anchor and chain.
Additional Info:
She is currently stored ashore on Anglesey. A deep water mooring in the Menai Straights and a rigid fibreglass dinghy with 3hp outboard may be available by separate negotiation.




Starboard side view - Note the use of beaching legs

The starboard quarter - There is a step in the stern which makes for safer boarding from a dinghy

The stern and rudder - Note the vision panel which lights the aft cabin

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The hull on the port side - Looking forward, note the folding propeller

The hull below the water line - Looking forward from astern

As seen from the starboard side - The sails have been taken home by the owner

The hull below the waterline - Seen from the port bow

The port side beaching leg - These permit the vessel to take the ground safely and make the need for a storage cradle unnecessary

Looking forward at the port leg -

View along the starboard side deck - Note that the control lines are led aft

The bows and furling gear - The genoa was removed and is in storage

The cockpit - Showing the mainsheet traveller

Looking down into the saloon - From the cockpit

The companionway - With the hatch closed and the washboard in place

Another cockpit view - Showing the winches, also note the engine control lever

Looking into the cockpit - Note the gate in the stern

A general view of the deck - Taken from the foredeck looking aft, note all the lines are led aft to the cockpit

The forehatch -

The anchor locker - With both warp and chain

The view of the starboard side deck - As seen from forward

Looking out from the companionway -

A view of the saloon - The galley is on the starboard side, and the navigation table is on the port side.

The port side settee berth - With ample storage behind and below

The forward berth - This is a double, with ample storage below

The starboard settee berth - The table has one leaf lowered

The separate heads compartment - The is located to starboard, note the hand basin.

The chart table - Note the instruments on the bulkhead

The navigators seat -

Looking aft - With the galley on the starboard side, access to the aft cabin is on the left of the companionway.

The aft cabin - Looking from the saloon,

The aft cabin - Lots of room and well lit. There is access to the top of the engine below the shelf just visible in the right hand corner of this shot

The cooker -

The galley - With sink and cool box

The engine compartment - Excellent access

The engine compartment - Access also from the front

Owners Photo - Showing the stackpack and lazy jacks

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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,500 (GBP)
Year: 1985
Hull: GRP
LOA: 26' 10" (8.2m)
LWL: 21' 9" (6.6m)
Beam: 9' 2" (2.8m)
Draft: 5' 9" (1.8m)
Displacement: 4500lbs
Keel: Lifting
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Volvo 2001 9hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 8gal
Water: 20gal
Location: North Wales

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