1985 Newbridge Virgo Voyager. Well constructed compact cruiser. Designed by Roy Lunney and built by Newbridge Boats. Four berths. Fitted galley and a separate heads compartment. Powered by a Bukh 10hp diesel engine. Good condition throughout. Viewings by appointment at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Furuno GPS. NASA Clipper echo sounder. Windex wind indicator. Autohelm autopilot. Icom VHF. Compass. Clock and barometer.
Bukh DV10L 10hp diesel engine. Shaft drive with three bladed propeller. New stainless steel fuel tank (2019).
2 x batteries (2012 & 2021).
Four berths in two cabins. Double berth in forecabin. Convertible berths in saloon. Drop down saloon table. Fitted galley with Mariner twin burner gas hob. Stainless steel sink and tap. Heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet. Water system. Cabin heating (not working). Carpets and upholstery.
Bilge pump. Radar reflector.
Anchor. Anchor locker. Winches. Boarding ladder. Cockpit lockers. Cockpit table. Spray hood. Sail cover. Cockpit cover. Cockpit cushions. Dodgers.
Masthead sloop. Slab mainsail reefing. Main sail. Jib. Genoa overhauled 2020). Headsail furling.
Lovely little yacht, ideal for the first time boat owner, families or experienced yachtsmen. Must be seen to be appreciated. Viewings by appointment at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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