Colvic Watson 34ft 6in motor ketch, circa 1985

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Seven berths in four cabins with a 4-seater wheelhouse.

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Overall Length: 34ft 6in 10.51m Waterline: 30ft 9in 9.37m

Beam: 13ft 0in 3.96m Draught: 4ft 6in 1.37m

Displacement: 15000kg Designer: G.L. Watson & Co.

Built: Circa 1985 in Essex, hull by Colvic Craft Ltd, Witham, Essex.

Engine: Perkins 6-cylinder 6.354 120 hp [90Kw] diesel, cruises at 8.5 knots. Two 12v starting batteries, one domestic 12v battery. Rev counter, engine oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges, battery indicator, engine hours counter, ammeter, Eagle Super LD depth sounder, garmin global positioning by satellit, NASA Sting Ray depth sounder, compass

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Hull: This dark green grp Ardleigh Laminated Plastics moulding is the largest of the well-known Watsons pioneered by Colin Burns and Vic Pascoe in Essex to designs from the Glasgow bureau of the rescue lifeboat designers GL Watson & Co.

The keel is fitted with a steel shoe for protection during prolonged tidal mooring. The 'lantern-style' fully-enclosed wheelhouse with folding chart table, seats four people or sleeps two, with helm and navigation positions.

Sails and rigging: Tan main, mizzen, genoa and furling foresail with green sail covers. Aluminium main and mizzen spars. Two Gibb 6A halyard winches, two stainless-steel sheet winches, Facnor furling on forestay. Stainless steel rigging renewed Douglas Boatyard 9 years ago.

Deck gear: Hydraulic steering. Two Bruce anchors with 12v Lofrans MOD Tigress electric windlass on designated battery and 30 metres of half-inch galvanised chain, folding fisherman's anchor, massive wooden bowsprit, stainless steel fittings, pulpit, stanchions and tensioned guard wires with green vinyl covers. Stern davits, boarding ladder, dinghy-handling and bathing platform, radar reflector, heavy-duty warps, fenders, navigation and steaming lights. Stainless steel beaching legs. Petrol electrical generator 6.5Kw.

Accommodation: Seven berths; double berth in the aft cabin, entered from the wheelhouse, two berths in wheelhouse, three berths available in the saloon, including a double berth converting from a U-shaped settee around the saloon table and double V-berth berth in the forepeak. The saloon is furnished in crimson material, heated by a paraffin stove with stanless steel flue and offers nearly seven feet of headroom. A separate heads includes a shower, wash basin and a Blakes Lavac vacuum sea lavatory.

Galley:Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water supply, electrically-ignited gas boiler, microwave oven, cupboards, refrigerator, two-burner gas hobe and cooker.

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EMERALD STAR is offered for sale at short notice due to her owner's pressure of work. She has not been prepared for sale and is awaiting a major refit but is well-equipped for serious Irish Sea cruising and cradled on the hard at the boatyard of Preston Marina, Lockside Road, Preston PR2 2YS, with craning and road transport easily available.

GBP 20,000.00

brokerage sale

Coburg Yacht Brokers,
Douglas Boatyard, Becconsall Lane, Hesketh Bank, Preston, Lancashire. PR4 6RR
Tel: 01254 705225
International: +44 1254 705225

Internet address: http//www.coburgbrokers.com

e-mail address: ros@poptel.org

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Please note: in this case we are acting as brokers only. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. Particulars do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to undertake a survey and, if necessary, to undertake an engine test. Offered for sale subject to being unsold.