One of the most recent Cape Cutters in immaculate condition having only been sailed about 8 times and winter stored in a dry industrial unit. Launched in April 2014. Sails exceptionally well, draws admiring glances and has an extensive Inventory. Unfortunately my time to sail has been heavily curtailed and she deserves more.
Blue Hull – coppercoated
Cream sails – Main, Staysail and Yankee
Custom Honnor Marine CC19 Trailer – sealed bearings with flush hoses, but never immersed in water as I have the boat lifted out and in at the local yard.
Over wintered in dry industrial unit
4 fenders and socks
Two mooring lines
Spare wheel with mount
Swim Ladder on transom
6HP Yamaha – serviced by Yamaha agent each winter – probably less than 15 hours use- external and internal (never used) fuel tanks
Cockpit table mounting,
Full Spinlock autocleat upgrades
Tiller varnished with sun cover to match spray hood.
Teak grating in cockpit
Spars and toe rails all ‘wood skinned’.
Full TekSew Sprayhood and cockpit tent
Karver continuous line curlers for both headsails ( over £1,000 – but cannot jam unlike standard system). Wire fuller luffs in headsails.
Stainless rub protectors from bow cleats
Bottlescrews on Bowsprit stays
Anchor fitting and anchor, warp, chain, anchor bag
Swing out instrument board in companionway with VHF microphone and mounting for Garmin montanna ( the Garmin unit is NOT included as I use it elsewhere) Powered transducer means instrument gives depth as well as usual gps speed etc. NO through hull fittings
Standard horizon VHF
Hawk windex on mast
Tricolour LED Mast Navigation Lights
High Power Leisure Battery
Electrical Switch Board
5 cabin lights with individual switches
Double thickness bunk cushions with proper Mattress foam and rolled edges.
Usual CC19 interior.
Cabin side storage bags are complete, but need refixing as they fell off two weeks after I collected the boat!
Flexteak on floor of cabin
Interior table mount
Teak table and multi adjustable leg for cockpit and Cabin
Many of the improvements such as the swing out instrument board were copied from Mike Brookes CC19 that he sailed around Britain for charity.
Lying – Lymington, Hampshire.