|LOA||6.86m (22' 6")|
|LWL||6.00m (19' 8")|
|Beam||2.59m (8' 6")|
|Draft||0.76m (2' 6")|
|Engine size||84 HP|
|Drive type||Shaft Drive|
|Engine hours||Not recorded|
1977 Channel Islands 22. A versatile and robust day / weekend motor cruiser, renowned for its strong sea-keeping capabilities. Silva Yates of Guernsey built several hundred of these boats designed by Alan Buchanan over a number of years. It is a testament to their construction and sea-keeping abilities that each one was delivered to the mainland by sea and under its own power. Powered by a 90hp Perkins diesel engine. Black rubber D-fender rubbing strake around gunwale. Wheel steered with auxiliary tiller arrangement. 2-berths, galley with sink, hob and grill, heads compartment with sea toilet. In good overall condition. Viewing at www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Portable Magellan GPS. Echosounder. Fishfinder. VHF. Compass. Clock and barometer.
Perkins 4.236 84hp diesel engine. Stainless steel shaft. 2 x 30 gallon fuel tanks.
2 x batteries. Solar panel.
Two berths. Saloon table. Galley area with gas twin burner hob and grill. Stainless steel sink with tap. Separate heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet. Water system. Curtains and carpet.
2 x bilge pumps. Foghorn.
Deck & General
Anchor. Anchor locker. Electric windlass. Davits. Boarding ladder. Cockpit table. Cockpit cover. Cockpit cushions. Tonneau cover. Sea legs.
A popular and robust sea boat. Must be viewed. www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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