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Model: Colvic Watson 26
Price: £18,950 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP

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Model: Colvic Watson 26
Price: £18,950 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP
LOA: 30' 0" (9.1m)
LOD: 25' 6" (7.8m)
LWL: 22' 1" (6.7m)
Beam: 9' 0" (2.7m)
Draft: 3' 4" (1m)
Displacement: 9000lbs
Ballast: 4460lbs
Keel: Long with bilge plates
Rig: Bermudan cutter
Engine Type: BMC 1500 35hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 35gal
Water: 37gal
Location: Lancashire

A sturdy yet comfortable Motor Sailer with full standing headroom throughout. She is in excellent condition thanks to a dedicated owner who has constantly carried out improvements. She has cruised extensively in The Irish Sea, North Wales coastal and Scottish waters. The BMC engine has undergone a complete re build, with only 746 hrs running since then. The rig has been converted to cutter rig with a new furling yankee, and staysail.giving enhanced sailing performance. Other recent improvements carried out include a new DSC radio (2007), new water tank, and new 3 bladed propeller (2008). In 2009 a new Lavac toilet and holding tank were fitted. The cutlass bearing was also replaced. The windlass on the foredeck is electric powered.


Accommodation:
A total of four berths, with two single berths in the forward cabin and two hanging lockers, A double berth in the saloon. A Separate heads compartment fitted with a new Lavac toilet connected to a holding tank. Eberspacher heating.
Galley:
Eastham Maxol cooker, with two burners grill and oven. Gas water heater.
Sink with hot and cold water.
Sails:
Yankee 2005 (furling) Staysail 2005 (furling) Main sail all good condition.


Instruments:
Nasa target log, Nasa target depth, MLR GPS, Icom M421 DSC radio, Auto helm ST3000
Electrical System:
2x12v 100 amp hour batteries with shore power.
Equipment:
Anchor and chain, 2x bilge pumps.
Sail cover, 2x gas bottles, emergency steering.
Additional Info:
Hull number 7302




Starboard side - She is stored ashore at present

The view from the starboard bow -

The view from the port bow - Note the twin head sails and the plank bow sprit

Seen from port side - Sorry about the congestion in the yard

The view from astern - Note the stern boarding ladder

Another stern view - Note the stern boarding ladder

Aview of the rudder - And the new three bladed propeller

Looking aft - The starboard side below the waterline

The view from the bow - Looking aft below the waterline very clean

Looking forwards - Along the starboard side deck

Lookin forwards - From the cockpit

The fore hatch -

The twin headsails - The furling gear for the headsails, and the plank bow sprit

Pulpit view - With the furling gear for the yankee

The fore deck - Note the electric windlass, and twin jackstays

Looking aft - To the ample wheelhouse

The main sail cover -

The view looking down the port side deck - Note the wipers on the wheel house windows

The cockpit - Before the cockpit cushions are fitted

The cockpit - With the cockpit cushions in place

Another cockpit view - The small hatch gives access to the steering gear

General view of the wheelhouse - Note the internal helm position

The saloon - Port side view

The port side of the saloon - Note the fitting for the saloon table leg

The wheelhouse - Seating for skipper and crew with good shelter

The helm - With instruments

The helm - With a good seating position

The galley - Equipped with gas cooker, sink and gas heater

Another view of the galley - Note the cooker etc

The gas heater - Situated above the sink in the galley

The heads compartment - The loo is a new lavac, there is a holding tank

The fore cabin - Offers two single berths

A hanging locker -

Looking aft - Into the saloon from the forecabin

The engine room - Access is good

Instruments - The log and depth sounder

The autohelm -

The twin gas bottles - In the starboard cockpit locker

The gps - Invaluable

The engine - As seen from aft

Another engine view - The engine has undergone a professional rebuild recently

Owners Photo - Under sail

Owners Photo -

Owners Photo -

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Model: Colvic Watson 26
Price: £18,950 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP
LOA: 30' 0" (9.1m)
LOD: 25' 6" (7.8m)
LWL: 22' 1" (6.7m)
Beam: 9' 0" (2.7m)
Draft: 3' 4" (1m)
Displacement: 9000lbs
Ballast: 4460lbs
Keel: Long with bilge plates
Rig: Bermudan cutter
Engine Type: BMC 1500 35hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 35gal
Water: 37gal
Location: Lancashire

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