Inverkip , GB

Voyager 35

£ 28,000 VAT Paid

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  • Year 1990
  • Length 34.78 ft | 10.6 m
  • Beam 3.29 meter
  • Max Draft 1.55 meter
  • Engine Beta   43

Boat Details

This Voyager 35 is well equipped for extended cruising. Deckhouse. Long-keel, wheel steering.  Sleeps six including an option for two single or one double using the saloon table making for a double.  Eberspacher heating. Beta 43 installed in 2010.

Dimensions

  • LOA - 10.66m
  • LWL - 7.92m
  • Beam - 3.29m
  • Draft - 1.55m

Hull, Deck and Keel

  • Hull - GRP
  • Keel - Long Keel with encapsulated ballast
  • Rudder - Keel hung rudder

Interior and Accommodation

Sleeps up to six offering a configuration which includes a double 'V' berth forward, quarter berth mid-ship and a Saloon with either two single berths or one which can convert to a double berth using saloon table.

Galley

  • Taylor Cooker with two burners, oven and grill
  • 12v Fridge
  • Double Sink with taps
  • Hot & Cold pressurised water
  • Microwave

Heads

  • Wash hand basin with taps
  • Hot & Cold pressurised water
  • Shower

Saloon

  • Eberspacher Heating
  • Offers an option of two single berths or using the saloon table can convert to a double
  • Blue Upholstery
  • Clock and barometer

Sleeping Cabins

  • Double 'V' Berth forward
  • Quarter berth mid-ship

Deck Equipment

  • Supernova LED Masthead Nav and Anchor lights
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Cockpit Ladder
  • Cleats

Winches

  • 2 x Genoa by Enkes
  • 2 x Spinnaker by Antal
  • 3 x Halyard by Lewmar

Navigation Equipment

  • Binnacle Compass
  • Garmin plotter with echosounder at chart table
  • Raymarine SWT60 Wind speed and direction
  • Raymarine RL 70 Chartplotter (needs GPS antenna feed rewired)
  • Raymarine X5 Wheel Autopilot interfaced to wind instrument
  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • Raytheon Pathfinder Radar
  • NASA Navtex
  • Epirb 2017
  • DAB Radio
  • Deck Mounted Windlass

Rig and Sails

  • Sloop rig 
  • Aluminium Kemp Spars
  • Selden Rod Kicker
  • Standing Rigging - 2006
  • Genoa Furling 
  • 3 Slab reefing on the main
  • Telescopic Whisker Pole

Sails

  • Main by Owen - 2015
  • Furling Genoa by Owen sails - 2014
  • Staysail by Forth Marine - 2013 (on hanks)
  • Storm Jib - 2010 (on hanks)
  • Cruisi9ng Chute - 2010 (with Snuffer)
  • Staysail
  • Spare Main & Furlilng Genoa

 

Machinery and Propulsion

  • Beta 43 inboard diesel shaft-driven engine (Professionally fitted in 2010)
  • Fresh water-cooled
  • 3 blade propeller and rope cutter

Systems and Tankage

  • 2 x Plastic Water tanks - 380 litres
  • 1 x Plastic Fuel tank - Diesel - 160 litres
  • Eberspacher Heating
  • Electric Lofrans Windlass with footswitch (remote control needs repair)

Electrical Systems

  • 5 x 12v Batteries - 1 x engine;1 x windlass;3 x 110 Amp.h domestics
  • Vetus Split charging battery watch system
  • 110 Amp/h Alternator
  • Wind Generator 
  • Solar Panel
  • Shore power and cable
  • Water heated via engine or 240v shore power

Canvaswork

  • Sprayhood
  • Bimini
  • Dodgers
  • Boom Tent 

Safety Equipment

  • Roca 16kg Anchor with chain and warp
  • Fortress anchor as kedge
  • Dinghy on Davits 
  • Boathook
  • Warps and Fenders
  • Plastimo Liferaft - serviced 2017
  • Danbuoy
  • Lifering
  • MOB Recovery
  • Gas detector Pilot Twinhead

Owners Comments

'First Affair' is a fine 1990 example of the popular Angus Primrose designed Voyager 35 built by Trident Marine in grp. She is well equipped for extended short-handed cruising. The Voyager 35 is a traditional long-keel cruiser, with a deckhouse including galley, nav station and saloon seating with panoramic view through the deckhouse windows. With long keel, a good draught and displacement, and excellent ballast ratio, they sail well and are a good modern interpretation of a traditional cruising yacht. Extensively cruised in the West coast of Scotland also with trips to Norway and Med. 

 

 

MS&P Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

Please Note:

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