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Model: Hurley 24/70
Price: £6,000 (GBP)
Year: 1974
Hull: GRP

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Model: Hurley 24/70
Price: £6,000 (GBP)
Year: 1974
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 1" (7.4m)
LWL: 17' 6" (5.3m)
Beam: 7' 6" (2.3m)
Draft: 4' 1" (1.3m)
Displacement: 4200lbs
Keel: Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Ruggerini rm 9v
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Water: 20ltr
Location: North Wales

The Hurley 24/70 was designed by Ian Anderson for Hurley Marine as a larger version of the long running and very successful Hurley 22, but with More standing headroom and a fin instead of the long keel of the 22. Built to a high standard and the subject of continuous improvement this vessel is ready for sea. With a solar panel and new batteries, she is a tidy little cruiser.


Accommodation:
A total of four berths in two cabins comprising a double in the forecabin and two quarter berths in the main saloon A separate heads compartment to port and a wet locker to starboard.
Galley:
Two burner meths stove and sink
Sails:
Genoa, main and cruising chute.


Instruments:
Nasa target depth, log and wind speed and direction.Sea talk VHF radio
Electrical System:
12v
Equipment:
Solar panel, automatic bilge pump,




Starboard side view - She is currently ashore in a yard in North Wales

View from the starboard bow -

Looking bows on -

Another view from ahead -

View from the port bow - Showing the pulpit and furling gear

Another view from port side -

Seen from port quarter - Note the stern boarding ladder and bracket for and outboard for emergency propulsion.

View of the foredeck - Note the inner forestay

View of the counter - seen from the starboard quarter, note the boarding ladder

The rudder - Including the skeg and propellor

Looking along the hull - seen from aft and including the propellor

The same view on the port side -

Anothet view of the hull -

The hullbelow the water line - This looks to be in good condition

The furling gear - The anchor locker is in shot

Looking into the anchor locker -

The solar panel - Adds a useful trickle charge tothe batteries

The cockpit - Seen from the port side deck, note the cockpit grating

The cockpit - seen from the starboard side deck

Another view of the sail cover - Note the sail is stowed in a stackpack with lazy jacks

The forehatch - And general view of the cabin and deck

Looking aft along the boom - Note the sail cover, the solar panel and sprayhood

The cockpit - Note the engine control within easy reach of the helm

The companionway hatch - In the closed position, note the solar vent

The view along the port side deck -

The main sail in the stowage - Note the lazy jacks and stackpack

Looking into the saloon - this shot is taken from the companionway

The starboard quarter berth - The navigation station slides out above this berth

The port quarter berth -

The navigation station - Located on the starboard side of the saloon

The galley - Showing the cooker and sink with storage

The saloon - Again as seen from the companionway hatch

The saloon - With the table in place

The heads compartment -

The heads compartment -

The forecabin - There is an infill if required

The fore cabin - With the infill in place

The view from the fore cabin - Showing the wet locker which is opposite the heads compartment

The engine - This shows the access from the cockpit

The engine - This can also be accessed from the saloon

The port cockpit locker -

The fuel tank - This is located in the stern locker

The gas locker - The present owner does not use gas

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Model: Hurley 24/70
Price: £6,000 (GBP)
Year: 1974
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 1" (7.4m)
LWL: 17' 6" (5.3m)
Beam: 7' 6" (2.3m)
Draft: 4' 1" (1.3m)
Displacement: 4200lbs
Keel: Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Ruggerini rm 9v
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Water: 20ltr
Location: North Wales

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