Registered Gibraltar, British flag with a long keel, hydraulic rudder, emergency rudder bar under aft bed. She was last surveyed 2018, engine last surveyed 2018.
Hull hand laid Fibreglass, no osmosis treated in 1992, two resin layers in 2002
Last antifouled in 2018.
All information supplied by the vendor and believed to be true and correct.
Capo d'Orlando Marina, Sicily
Sparkman & Stephens
Tayarol Pordenone, Italy
42' 0" - 12.81m
Keel / Ballast
Full keel, lead ballast 4,500kg
Fiat AIFO 8061M M. 785548
Diesel 6 cylinder, 549cc
Borg Warner gearbox 2:1 ratio, N. 7196
4Lt/hr at 1.000rpm
Depending on wind, have sailed at 12kn+
6 knot at 1,000rpm
Max Prop 2-blade feathering
Portable Yamaha 1Kw 4-stroke, new 2011
Main 300 Lt, 150 Lt aux. Both cleaned in 2017
700Lt main and 100Lt spare
Forward cabin with double bed and two berths above. Main cabin aft with ample double bed.
Ample galley seating 7, navigation table
Isotherm with small freezer
Gimbled stove in separate kitchen space in galley
2 x fore and aft
Mercury 3.3 HP
Original Bruce anchor, 100m chain 10mm. Winch Orvea 1500W, spare Antal anchor
Life jackets, flares MOB strobe-light and lifebuoy
Two automatic in separate fore and engine compartments. One hand operated
Fire extinguishers placed through the boat
4 x 100Amp batteries (2017), 2 Bosch 80Amp alternators, Magneto-thermic bi-polar switches, high amperage cabling, 300W inverter
Radar/plotter Lowrance HDS7 and new antenna (24nm, 2007), CMap cartography of Mediterranean and Black Sea, Raymarine ST160 wind station (2003), autopilot Navicontrol Gold (2002), satphone AST Inmarsat Iridium worldwide cover.
New (2011) Membrane sails by Bank Sails fully battened, 3-reef hands in main and 2-reef in mizzen. Fore triangle in Membrane on Bamar self-furling (2011), SStorm jib in heavy duty dacron. MPS Hood. Spectra sheets
Mast / Rigging
Canclini heavy duty with Ronstan rails and cars (2011), lazybags for main and mizzen. Standing rigging surveyrd 2011.
2 x Lewmar 3 speed winches for genoa, 3 Antal winches for hoisting & reefing