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|Location||Port Bannatyne, Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom|
|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|Max Draft||1.35 m|
|Min. Draft||1.35 m|
7 berths in total with 2 double berths and 3 single berths, single heads and powered by a Thornycroft BMC 38hp engine. Wild goose is a bright, airy boat and has been kept in good order, the engine has been serviced annually. In the thirteen years she has been in our possession she has been kept ashore every winter. She has been put on the water no more than 7 of those years (because of commitments to young children).
She has been ashore the last three years at Port Bannatyne on Bute. She has a high performance under sail and power. She still has the original gel coat and has never shown sign of osmosis.
A survey in 2004 was done and all recommendations were carried out.
Dimensions / General Info
Designed by Angus Primrose and built by Marine Projects in 1976.
- Commissioned 2 Feb 76.
- Hull no. - 368.
- LOA - 10.05m.
- Beam - 3.51m
- Draft - 1.35m.
- Crusing speed - 5 knots.
- 1 fuel tank
- 1 water tank.
Wild Goose is fully equipped for cruising. She is bright, airy and has been well looked after by the current owners.
Hull and Construction
The hull and superstructure are in white GRP whilst the deck material is grey/white GRP.
She has a fin keel with a skeg hung rudder and wheel steering in a centre style cockpit.
Wild Goose is entered via a central cockpit with a large locker on the starboard side and a gas locker on the port side. The saloon is entered via steps.
Looking forward, on the port side there is a charts table with a seat and linear galley. The galley is equipped with a new two-burner Eastham Maxol gas cooker complete with oven and grill. It has a sink with hot and cold, pressurised fresh water system (*see note below).
On the starboard side there is a good size table with seating on three sides which converts into a double berth.
The heads are further forward with a hot and cold, pressurised fresh water sink and locker on the port side and a Laval toilet and locker on the starboard side. There is also a shower, however it is currently disconnected (*see note below).
Foreward cabin has two single berths, or one double when useing an infill with lockers either side. There is also an aft cabin with two single berths and a third pilot berth under the chart table on the port side. (seven berths in total).
There is 6ft+ headroom throughout.
(*Please note that the hot water system is heated by an Vaillant gas heater that has not been used by the present owner and would need renovating or replaced).
The interior is honey coloured ply with golden upholstery making Wild Goose very bright and airy.
The saloon has gas heating and has 12v electrical lighting throughout.
- Clock & barometer.
Powered by an inboard Thornycroft BMC 38HP 4 cylinder marine diesel engine with a direct drive to a fixed two blade bronze prop.
- Engine model serial no. 2527.
- Fresh & sea water cooled via heat exchanger.
The 12v ships electrical system is powered by 2 batteries
- 1 x 12v domestic battery.
- 1 x 12v engine start battery.
- Shore power with cable.
- Engine alternator charges batteries.
Mast / Rigging / Sails
- Sloop rigged.
- Round boom reefing (does not reef from cockpit).
- Mainsail cover.
- Roller Furling - C&J sails - 2006 - Good.
- Genoa - International Sails.
- Main Sail - Good.
- Spinnaker - Good.
Deck / Deck Equipment
- Various warps for general cruising.
- 6 fenders.
- 3 Halyard, one speed, manual winches (x1 self tailing).
- 2 primary, two spped winches.
- 2 secondary, one speed winches.
- 1 winch handle.
- 1 Bruce anchor, approx 20kg.
- Approx 20m chain.
- Manual windlass with lever ratchet.
- VHF radio - Bulkhead.
- Autopilot - Autohelm 3000 - Cockpit.
- Binnacle compass.
- Wind speed & direction.
- Exhaust temperature alarm.
- Manual bilge pump.
- Electric bilge pump.
- Jack stays.
- Nav lights.
- Plug-in search light.
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.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
Whilst we make best effort to obtain documentation from Vendors it is advisable to check what is available before travelling to view or making an offer.