VINDO 30 - 1964 - £18,950
A well presented and traditional classic yacht constructed of mahogany on oak with attractive varnished interior offering comfortable accommodation for four.
Masthead sloop with deck stepped mast and single spreader
Oregon pine mast and boom, stripped and varnished.
Rutgerson mainsail luff cars on a T mast track
Stainless steel standing rigging
Fully battened slab reefing mainsail with stackpack and lazy jacks
Headsail on Furlex furling system
Lombardini 602M 17hp two cylinder diesel engine, fresh water cooled, fitted in 1998.
Shaft drive to three bladed propeller with rope cutter
3 x 12 volt batteries charged by alternator and Sterling battery charger
Shore power connection with cable.
Stainless steel fuel tank
Stainless steel water tank
Four berths in two cabins, finished with blue upholstery.
Forward cabin with two berths and infill
Saloon with settee berths to port and starboard, chart table to starboard
Galley to port with Origo two burner stainless steel hob, stainless steel sink with pressurised water system, Coolmatic BC 12 volt fridge.
Heads compartment with SL400 marine toilet, wash basin opposite, and wet locker
Eberspacher cabin heating
Raymarine E7 Hybred Touch GPS/Plotter (New 2015) on swing out bracket viewable from the cockpit
Autohelm ST4000+ Autopilot
Simrad echo sounder
Simrad wind speed & direction
Raymarine ST60 tri data log/depth (New 2014)
Plastimo steering compass
Shipmate VHF Radio
Tiller steering with varnished tiller and extension
2 x Lewmar 16 self-tailing genoa winches
Lewmar 30 Halyard winch
Cockpit lockers aft and to port and starboard
S/S Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire
Simpson Lawrence Anchorman electric anchor windlass
CQR anchor with chain in chain locker
Canvas cover to forehatch
Fitted cockpit cushions and back rests
Fenders and warps
Automatic fire extinguisher to engine bay
Manual and auto bilge pumps
Four man liferaft in valise, needs servicing
An attractive design by Carl Anderson, built at Notesunds, Hevan, Sweden in 1965.
Carvel mahogany on oak with counter stern, varnished topsides and brass capped rubbing strake.
Long keel with cast iron ballast
Teak laid deck on marine ply.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.