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Model: Barbican 33
Price: £21,950 (GBP)
Year: 1996
Hull: GRP

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Model: Barbican 33
Price: £21,950 (GBP)
Year: 1996
Hull: GRP
LOA: 32' 7" (10m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 3' 10" (1.2m)
Displacement: 13440lbs
Keel: Long keel with Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan cutter
Engine Type: Lister Alpha LPWS 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 25gals
Water: 70gals
Location: North Wales

A round bilge long keel cutter rigged yacht with bilge plates, a keel hung rudder and tiller steering. With only one owner and full documentation detailing her build history, and specification available for inspection by seriously interested enquirers. The owner and his family cruised in her along the South coast, the Irish Sea and Welsh coastline. Her equipment includes a bow thruster,a full suit of tan sails, Dinghy and outboard, radar and liferaft.
The mast is fitted with mast steps She comes with full documentation and receipts including a letter from HM Customs confirming her VAT paid status.


Accommodation:
A total of six berths including a double in the fore cabin, a double and a single in the main saloon with lee clothes, and Two quarter berth aft. A separate heads compartment with wash basin and shower.A Wallas Gas heater is fitted
Galley:
A twin burner cooker with oven, a twin sink, ample storage space.
Sails:
All by Arun sails in Tan. Main 1996 as new, No 1 jib 1996 as new, no 2 jib 1996 as new, Storm jib day glo 1996 as new, Cruising chute as new Spinnaker pole

Instruments:
Compass, Apelco VHF and handheld VHF, Apelco AR16 Radar, Echo sounder Seafarer, Stowe log, Auto pilot,
Electrical System:
240v shore power, 3x12v batteries solar panels.
Equipment:
Tender and outboard, liferaft, warps and fenders, 2 anchors, sprayhood and dodgers, boathook, anchor windlass.
gas bottles. 3 life buoys, 1x manual and 1x electric bilge pump.
4 life jackets.
Additional Info:
Currently stored ashore in North Wales




View from port side - Corrie is currently stored ashore in North Wales

Port side view - Note the bow thruster, her keel design allows her to sit securely without a cradle

Starboard side view - Her hull design is effectively triple keel which gives the best of both worlds.

The view from starboard quarter - The large rudder and propellor are also in view

The view below the waterline - Looking forwards along the starboard side.

The view below the waterline - Looking along the port side, note the three bladed propellor

The port side bilge keel - She can be stored ashore without a cradle

The view below the waterline - On the port side, note the bow thruster

The view below the waterline - Seen from the starboard bow, note the bow thruster

The view below the waterline - Seen from the starboard bow

Looking down onto the foredeck - Note the anchor windlass, and inner forestay

The fore hatch - Note the treadmaster on the deck surfaces

The base of the mast - Note the security provided by the safety rails around the base of the mast

Another view of the mast foot - The plastic bag is simply to protect the running rigging while in storeage

The view looking aft - From beside the mast. note the solar panel on the hatch garage, and the sturdy safety bars

Looking aft along the boom - Note the lazy jacks which assist in taming the sail prior to stowing

Looking aft towards the cockpit - Note the solar panel

The main hatch - Note the lines that are led aft to the cockpit

The view from the helm - Looking forwards, the sprayhood has been stowed below for the winter

The view of the rear of the cockpit - The thwarts have weathered however this is purely cosmetic, the dodgers are also removed and are stored aboard

Another view of the cockpit - Note the cockpit grating, the thwarts have now been re-varnished

A close up view of the solar panel - Note the supports for the spray hood, this is currently removed and in storage

A general view of the large cockpit - The tiller is currently removed and is stored in the boat, The thwarts have now been re-varnished

The quarter berth - This is located on the port side aft, and as can be seen is a handy store

The navigation table - Also located on the port side, all the instruments have been taken home for security

The port side settee berth - This converts to adouble berth, note the curved tiller

The galley sink -

The cooker - With ample storage above it.

The galley - Located on the starboard side

Looking down into the main saloon - This shot has been taken from the main hatch

A view of the starboard settee berth - As seen from the companionway

The starboard settee berth - As seen from forward with the galley beyond

Looking into the heads compartment - This is located on the port side, with a wet locker opposite on the starboard side

There is a wash basin in the heads -

The fore cabin - There is ample storage available

A general view of the saloon - As seen from forward

Access to the engine compartment - Is behind the main companionway

Looking into the engine compartment - With the companionway steps removed

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Model: Barbican 33
Price: £21,950 (GBP)
Year: 1996
Hull: GRP
LOA: 32' 7" (10m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 3' 10" (1.2m)
Displacement: 13440lbs
Keel: Long keel with Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan cutter
Engine Type: Lister Alpha LPWS 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 25gals
Water: 70gals
Location: North Wales

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