1966 - Golden Hind 31 classic wooden cruiser. Designed by Maurice Griffiths and built by Hartwells of Plymouth. Fore cabin, galley and a separate heads compartment. Powered by a Saab 10 hp diesel engine fully overhauled 2015. Well maintained. 2015 survey. Solid long range classic in very good all round condition. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Furono GPS. NASA echo sounder. Furuno radar. Log/speed/depth. Clipper wind indicator. Silva DSC VHF. Plastimo compass. Clock and barometer.
Saab 10 hp diesel engine (full overhaul 2015). Variable pitch propeller. 40 litre fuel tank. 60 litre water tank.
2 x batteries. Forgone wind generator.
4/5 berths in main saloon and forecabin. Fitted galley with galley sink and tap. Gas oven, twin burner hob and grill. 12v cool box. Separate heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet. Manual water system. Eberspacher heating system. Chart table. Hanging lockers. Upholstery and curtains.
Bilge pumps. Danbuoy. Jackstays. Lifebuoys. Flares. Foghorn. Radar reflector.
Main and Kedge anchors. Cockpit table. 3 x cockpit winches. 3 x mast winches. Boarding ladder. Cockpit lockers. Spray hood. Sail cover. Cockpit cover. Four man Quicksilver dinghy. 5hp Yamaha outboard engine.
Solid classic in very good overall condition. Well maintained with many recent upgrades. Stripped, antifouled and ready for the season. Survey and history available. www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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