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Model: Hillyard 8 tonner
Price: £17,500 (GBP)
Year: 1967
Hull: wood

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Model: Hillyard 8 tonner
Price: £17,500 (GBP)
Year: 1967
Hull: wood
LOA: 28' 0" (8.5m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 3' 6" (1.1m)
Ballast: 2700lbs
Keel: triple
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Lister petter 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: diesel
Fuel Capacity: 25gal
Water: 25gal plus 2xflexible
Location: North Wales

Presented in immaculate condition she is a classic built by Hillyards in 1967,from mahogany purchased in Brazil for her construction. She has a recently installed Lister petter diesel and her sails are in excellent condition. The gearbox was serviced in 2004. She is rigged for single handed sailing with a fully battened main. The mast was taken off and re varnished and re wired in 2007. The last survey was in 2002.
Selected s/steel keel bolts were checked and found ok in 2003/4.
The port keel bolts were checked and found ok in 2010.


Accommodation:
Four berths in two cabins Separate heads with hand basin
Galley:
Gas stove with 4 burners plus oven, sink with hot water.
Gas Water heater gas fume detector
Sails:
Rigged for single handed sailing she has a fully battened main, a furling genoa and cruising chute,plus all the original sails

Instruments:
Raymarine ST40 wind speed/direction (2007) Raymarine ST40 depth sounder, Nav pltter 100, ST 2000 autopilot, Auttohelm ST50 Garmin GPS 120xl plus GPS 75.
Electrical System:
12 volt plus shore power
Equipment:
Tender CQR and fisherman anchors sprayhood and cockpit cover windlass 2x compasses battery charger
Additional Info:
Hull number 309598 Having been around the world she has recently cruised extensively in The Irish sea and around the North Wales coast.




Emeritus seen from port side - The owner is bringing her alongside

View of cockpit from starboard side - Note excellent spray hood which can be extended with cockpit cover.

Port side view -

View from starboard quarter - Moving away from her berth with the owner at the helm

Starboard side view - Note the forehatch and open foredeck.

Foredeck view from starboard. -

Starboard side view - Note the boarding ladder and the quality of the varnished woodwork.

View from starboard of the foredeck - Note the forehatch and anchor windlass.

Foredeck view. -

Anchor stowed on bow roller. - Note the furling gear for the genoa.

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Forehatch. -

Looking aft from the forehatch along the cabin top. -

View of the cabin top looking aft. - Note the vent from the gas water heater.

View of sail cover and spray hood. - Note all lines led aft to the cockpit.

View of sail hood and spray cover. -

View into cockpit. - Note the dodgers and the unique fitted cockpit seats.

View of the tiller and the mainsheet horse. - Emeritus is a double ended vessel which enhances her sea keeping qualities.

Looking into the companionway from the stern. - Note the seats which give enhanced comfort and visibility from the cockpit.

Starboard side of the cockpit. - Note the seats are detachable when not required.

View up the port side from the cockpit. -

View of the cockpit as seen from the stern. - Note the instruments and the compass.

View from cockpit into the companionway. - Note this shot was taken with the full cockpit cover in place.

View under the spray hood. - Note the coiled control lines. An owner who takes a lot of pride in his boat!

Cockpit view under the complete cockpit cover. - This provides extra living accommodation and shelter from the elements.

Saloon view looking forward. - Note the port side settee berth. Also in view on the starboard side is the galley sink.

Saloon view looking forward. - Behind the curtains is the forecabin with two berths.

Starboard side galley sink. - Note the water heater.

Galley sink. -

Port side of the saloon. - Note the depth sounder and vhf.

Saloon view looking aft. - Access to the cockpit is through the sliding door on the port side. Centre door gives access to the wet locker.

View of the starboard side of the saloon. - Note the table in position.

View from saloon into forecabin. -

View of the cooker which is situated on the port side. -

View of cooker. - Situated between saloon and forecabin.

Heads compartment. - Located on the starboard side in between main saloon and forecabin.

View of saloon looking aft. - The saloon table is in position in this picture. It can be removed and stowed.

Looking into the forecabin. - There are two berths with stowage beneath.

Forecabin. - Note how bright cabin is with hatch above.

View from main saloon looking into the cockpit. -

View of the engine. - The engine enjoys excellent access.

Rig -

Emeritus has its own jug. -

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Model: Hillyard 8 tonner
Price: £17,500 (GBP)
Year: 1967
Hull: wood
LOA: 28' 0" (8.5m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 3' 6" (1.1m)
Ballast: 2700lbs
Keel: triple
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Lister petter 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: diesel
Fuel Capacity: 25gal
Water: 25gal plus 2xflexible
Location: North Wales

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