Nantucket Clipper 32. Well built heavy safe yacht. Designed by Alan Buchanan and built by Offshore Yachts. Five berths in two cabins. Fitted galley. Separate heads compartment. Powered by a Yanmar 2QM 20hp diesel engine. Well equipped go anywhere boat. In good all round condition. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Garmin GPS 120. Seafarer 600 echosounder. Nasa navtex. VHF with DSC. Sestrel compass. Plastimo barometer.
Yanmar 2QM 20hp diesel engine. Fixed 3 blade propeller. 33 litre fuel tank. 20 gallon water tank.
2 x batteries.
Five berths in two cabins. Twin V berths in forward cabin. Convertible saloon with table and seating. Fitted galley with galley sink. Origo twin burner gas hob. Separate heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet and pull out sink. Water system. Hanging locker. Upholstery. Curtains. New carpet.
2 x manual, 1 x automatic bilge pump. Danbuoy. Search light (rechargeable). Jackstays. Lifebuoys. Foghorn. Radar reflector. Flares. Harnesses. Fire extinguishers.
Lorfans anchor windlass. 25lb Plough anchor. 15lb Kedge anchor. 2 x Gibb 2 sheet winches. 2 x Halyard winches. Cockpit lockers. Main and Mizzen sail covers. Dodgers.
Go anywhere heavy duty yacht in good overall condition. Viewings: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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