The Barbican 33 comes from the drawing board of the legendary Maurice Griffiths. The long keel incorporates a centreboard, giving her the versatility of a shallow draft for creek-crawling, and deep draft for upwind performance. Anister is presented in good condition and has had a lot of recent updates and upgrades following a lengthy period of lying ashore. She is now ready for the season with a fully serviced engine and ideal for sailing away long distance especially as she comes with Aries self steering
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Built between 1989 and commissioned in 1992 by Barbican Yachts of Plymouth to designs by the renowned Maurice Griffiths
GRP Hull, deck and superstructure
Long keel with a drop keel centre plate
Keel-hung rudder with wheel steering
Hull checked thoroughly in April 2015 and all through the hull fittings were serviced or replaced
The dropkeel was removed in March 2016, checked for straightness and condition and all fittings and bushes checked, renewed, and re-seated where necessary.
YANMAR 3GM30 28HP DIESEL
All diesel filters, taps and pipe-work to the fuel tank, the reserve tank, the engine and the Taylor heater have been checked and replaced where necessary in March 2015.
Fully serviced March 2016
All electrical systems were overhauled in 2015 with instrument wiring rationalised and up rated where required.
Shore power was checked and tested with upgrading carried out where necessary.
All charging and mains power fusing and battery and charging indicators, solar regulator and bus bars were rationalised for easy access into the cupboard behind the access steps.
New batteries and a Sterling four stage mains charger were fitted in 2014
New solar power regulator, controller and battery management system fitted in 2015.
An additional starter battery was added in March 2016 giving her a three battery system
Six berths laid out in forward cabin, saloon and quarter berth
The interior is finished in teak with a teak and holly sole
Taylors diesel fired cabin heating
'V' Berth with infill. (option for two singles or one double)
Under 'V' storage with ample storage to the sides
Manual pump sea toilet (new 2014 with all pipework replaced as well)
Under sink storage
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold running water
Adjacent large hanging locker
Two settee berths port and starboard
Large centre folding table
Storage cupboards above seating
Storage below seating
Chart table to starboard with stowage for charts
Taylors diesel cabin heating
Galley to port
Flavel Vanessa gas oven with twin gas hob, grill and oven
Storage for crockery, cutlery and food supplies
Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water.
Foot pump that can pump hot or cold water.
Hanging wet locker next to galley portside of the companionway
Good sized single/small double sea berth to starboard
Genoa furling system
All halyards and reefing lines led back to the cockpit
Autohelm autopilot (new 2015)
Aries self steering system
Standard Horizon GPS chartplotter
VHF - at chart table
DSC VHF (new 2015) - located just inside companionway hatch and accessible from cockpit
Autohelm tridata )speed, log and depth)
Nasa Wind speed and direction
Central wheel steering unit with throttle
Aries self steering system
Electric anchor windlass with foot controls on the bow and cockpit switch
Anchor and chain
Raised cockpit bench seat
Sprayhood with stainless steel grab rail recently replaced
Full cockpit canopy
Teak cockpit seats
Teak handrails on coachroof
Bursledon Bridge, Bursledon
Southampton, Hampshire SO31 8AZ