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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,990 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP

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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,990 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP
LOA: 26' 10" (8.2m)
LWL: 21' 8" (6.6m)
Beam: 9' 3" (2.8m)
Draft: 3' 10" (1.2m)
Displacement: 4387lbs
Keel: Bilge
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Volvo Penta 2000 9hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20ltr
Water: 100ltr
Location: North Wales

A well maintained version of this type, this Gib Sea 76 has six berths and a 9 hp Volvo Penta engine. Her owners have been active in a continuous programme of refurbishment and she is a well presented vessel. In June 2013, the entire headlining was replaced. The replacement was done by professionals who have done their work to the highest quality. In August 2013,a full service was carried out on the engine by Marine Engineering Services Ltd. The engine sea cock, raw water filter and ancillary pipework have been replaced as a result of the engineers report.All recommendations in the report have been carried out and the engine winterised.(this report is available) Mainly cruised in local North Wales waters, she has been sailed to Ireland and the Isle of Man. The last survey was carried out in 2011, and all recommendations were carried out. The standing and running rigging was all replaced in 2012.


Accommodation:
With a total of six berths in two cabins, two in the forepeak, two in the Saloon, and two in the aft cabin located on the starboard side aft. The separate heads compartment is located on the port side aft.
Galley:
Gimballed Cookmate alcohol stove,(new 2012) Sink, ice box etc.
Sails:
2xFurling Genoas (1 new 2012) Slab reefed Main.


Instruments:
Kelvin Hughes Huson VHF, Garmin GPS (new 2012) Dual function echo pilot/Windex. Contest Compass.
Electrical System:
One 12v heavy duty battery battery with a NASA battery monitor installed
Equipment:
Clock, barometer, electric and manual bilge pumps, fire extinguishers, fire blanket
Additional Info:
SSR 114834




Seen from Starboard Bow - Sitting on her bilge keels, note that her anchor chain is laid out on the pallet.

Seen from her starboard bow - Currentlty stored ashore awaiting work on her headlining

Port side view - Note the sprayhood

Starboard side view - She is well maintained by her owners

Viewed from astern - Note the cabin window and the spade rudder

Seen from the port quarter -

The hull - Looking forward along the port side below the water line

The hull below the waterline - Looking aft along the port side

The hull below the waterline - Looking aft along the starboard side

The hull - Below the water line, looking forward along the starboard side and showing the propeller and p bracket

The fore deck - Note the furling gear, and the anchor well

The transom - Close up, showing the stern windows

The rudder - The rudder is large and transom hung

The foredeck - With a close up of the furling gear

The view along the starboard side deck - Note that all the control lines have been taken aft to the cockpit

The view along the port side deck - Again note that all the control lines have been led aft to the cockpit

The deck - Looking aft from the mast.

The fore hatch -

The main companionway hatch - The hatch in the open position with the wash board in place

The combined speed and depth recorder - This is mounted on the cockpit bulkhead

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

The cockpit - Seen from the starboard side deck, note the engine throttle

The anchor locker - Holds warp and chain

Cockpit Storage locker - A large locker situated on the port side of the cockpit

Another view of the large cockpit locker - In this view the engine control panel can be seen on the aft bulkhead

The new interior view of the saloon - Seen from the companionway

The saloon - This has just been refurbished with completely new headlining

The aft cabin - This is situated on the starboard side, aft of the galley.

The aft cabin - The access to the engine is via the compartment in the bottom right of this shot.

The galley - Equipped with a cooker and stainless steel sink

The saloon table - With both leaves extended

The saloon table - One leaf folded away, note the ample stowage space available behind the port side settee berth.

The forward berths - Situated behind a long settee

The starboard settee berth -

The galley - Located on the starboard side of the saloon, note the cold box behind the sink

The chart table - Situated on the port side opposite the galley

The chart table - Has a seat, the door to the heads compartment is located behind the seat.

The saloon - Seen from the starboard side settee berth

The saloon looking aft - Looking over the galley, the door to the aft cabin is on the left and the door to the heads is on the right.

The heads compartment - Well appointed with a wash basin and mirror

The engine compartment - Access is from the aft cabin

The engine - can also be accessed through the companionway ladder

The cockpit - The view from the companionway steps

The cockpit - Note the gate in the transom

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Model: Gibsea 76
Price: £12,990 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP
LOA: 26' 10" (8.2m)
LWL: 21' 8" (6.6m)
Beam: 9' 3" (2.8m)
Draft: 3' 10" (1.2m)
Displacement: 4387lbs
Keel: Bilge
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Volvo Penta 2000 9hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20ltr
Water: 100ltr
Location: North Wales

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