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Model: Colvic Atlanta
Price: £22,000 (GBP)
Year: 1981
Hull: GRP

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Model: Colvic Atlanta
Price: £22,000 (GBP)
Year: 1981
Hull: GRP
LOA: 31' 0" (9.4m)
LWL: 28' 0" (8.5m)
Beam: 10' 0" (3m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Displacement: 15680lbs
Ballast: 4480lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan Ketch
Engine Type: Vetus 42hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 100ltr
Water: 100ltr
Location: Cumbria

This version of the popular Colvic Atlanta is well constructed having two prime mouldings bonded together with extremely thick lay up, which combined with internal transverse modules combines to give great strength and durability. She has a easily handled Ketch rig which offers the skipper flexibility of a variety of sail combinations.
This feature combined with the strength and seaworthiness of the Atlanta will let her take on the elements in safety. The wheelhouse offers comfort and shelter, with excellent visibility. The engine is new.
The Mitsubishi Vetus 42 horsepower engine has less than 30 hrs since installation. The present owner has had the vessel since 2007 and has spent both time and money to bring her to the present excellent condition. There is a new Lavac sea toilet on board and this will be fitted at the next lift out. The gas system was recently renewed with a Pilot gas monitoring system installed in the gas locker. The vessel was surveyed in 2009 by Capt K Morgans assocs and the survey will be available for serious enquirers.


Accommodation:
A total of four berths in two cabins. A separate heads compartment presently contains a Portaloo. The owner has a new Lavac sea toilet and shower ready to fit.
Galley:
A new gas cooker with two burner hob, oven and grill S/Steel sink.
Sails:
Genoa with new UV strip, Main,Mizzen all good condition.
Storm jib (new)

Instruments:
Garmin GPS map chart plotter, Navico DC 200 log, Seafarer 701 depth sounder, Navico Rt 6500 VHF, Autohelm 3000 autopilot Vetus wind speed / direction.
Electrical System:
2x 12v batteries, (one new 110amp hr) Shore power.




Starboard side - She is alongside her pontoon berth

Port side view - Alongside her pontoon berth

Starboard side view -

Seen from the port bow -

Looking aft from starboard bow -

Port bow view - Note the anchor winch on the foredeck

Looking forwards on the port side - Note the non slip treatment

Looking aft - Down the port side deck

The mizzen mast - Note the lazy jacks

The wheelhouse - Note the hatch in the wheelhouse roof

The fore hatch -

The wheelhouse - Has grab rails on both sides

Looking aft - Along the starboard side deck, note the good visibility offered by the wheelhouse windows

Another fore deck view - Note the furling gear

The fore deck - Note the anchor winch and broad toe rail

The wheelhouse - Seen from the cockpit, note the mizzen sheet position.

The chart table - Note the chart plotter, and all around good visibility

Interior of the wheelhouse - The chart table is to port

Interior of the wheelhouse - Showing the chart table etc

The cockpit - Seen from the door of the wheelhouse

The davits - They will make for easy launching and recovery of the tender

Another cockpit view -

Cockpit view - The cockpit is deep and spacious

The wheelhouse - As seen from the rear of the cockpit

The helm - Note the instruments and the seat

Looking aft - Accross the wheelhouse

The saloon table - This can convert to a double berth

The galley - This is well equipped and offers plenty of storage

The hanging locker - Situated on the starboard side of the saloon

The gas cooker - Equipped with two burners plus an oven and grill

The saloon - Seen from forward

The door to the fore cabin - There is a separate heads comprtment on the port side, and a hanging locker to starboard

Another view of the galley -

Looking aft in the saloon - The table converts to a double berth

The galley sink -

The heads compartment - The porta potti is being replaced by a new Lavac sea toilet and shower this winter

The hanging locker - and the fore cabin

The forecabin - With the filler in place allowing it to become a double berth

The fore cabin -

The engine compartment - Easy access from the wheelhouse

The new Vetus diesel engine - This engine is new with very few hours

The rear of the engine - Note that the bilge is bone dry

The depth sounder - Seen from the helm

The VHF -

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Model: Colvic Atlanta
Price: £22,000 (GBP)
Year: 1981
Hull: GRP
LOA: 31' 0" (9.4m)
LWL: 28' 0" (8.5m)
Beam: 10' 0" (3m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Displacement: 15680lbs
Ballast: 4480lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan Ketch
Engine Type: Vetus 42hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 100ltr
Water: 100ltr
Location: Cumbria

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