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Colvic Watson 35 (1989)

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Colvic Watson 35 motor sailor (1989) - Sold


On this boat you can cheerfully wave in your t-shirt  to sailors deeply ensconced in their rain suits trying to shelter from rain and wind. This Colvic Watson polyester motor sailor was yard built and has a lot of space below decks due to its generous beam. Weighing in at 15 tons and with a moderate sail area this vessel is a real motorsailer. The sails only need reefing in stormy weather. The closed wheelhouse means you can sail all year round. The owner, a former sailor has always maintained the boat very well. She is well equipped, including a radar, a permanently installed aggregate and bow thruster. It's ketch rigged; mainsail and genoa are recent, only the mizzen is older, but because of limited use it’s still in good condition.

The accommodation is roomy, with from fore to aft a cabin with two large bunks one above the other and storage, cupboard space and sink. In the main cabin there is a U-shaped seat with a long seat opposite. The long seating can be converted into two bunks one above the other. Beyond that is the shower / head and to port the spacious galley. There are steps leading into the cockpit which has all equipment necessary including the (professional Rheinstrom) thruster and aggregate. Then aft is a spacious cabin with a comfortable double berth and plenty of storage space.

Under the cockpit floor is a 62pk Thorneycroft Diesel (3425 engine hours) and the diesel generator (995 engine hours). The Shaft drive has been renovated and equipped with a powerful thrust bearing and a grease-lubricated propeller shaft. Here is also one of two heaters that are built on the ship. There is a pressurized water tank and a geyser. Electricity is supplied by three solar panels, 2 x 260Ah gel batteries and 1 x 105Ah battery.

The total capacity is of the tanks is: diesel 600L and water 600L.

There is an electric anchor winch and an electric head and TV with satellite dish.

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Length: LOA 11,75m, LOD 10,67m

Width: 3,95m

Draught: approx 1,65m

Displacement: 15 Tons

Ballast: 2.7 Ton

Clearance: 13 meters


Engine: 4 cyl. Thornycroft 230 62 hp

Sails: mainsail, mizzen, furling genoa, jib, storm jib, trysail, spinnaker

Headroom 1.90 m. Sleeps 6 + 2 people.

Navigation Equipment log / wind / depth, GPS, Navtex, radar and (hydraulic) autopilot. Twice VHF (sea and inland).

Installations: diesel 3,5Kw (installed), new batteries, battery chargers, Water pressure system, LED lighting, diesel and water tanks, gas bottle storage.

Equipment: Two heavy anchors fore, RIB with Selva 4-stroke outboard motor, davids.

Safety: fire extinguisher, swim ladder and rescue equipment.

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