Iroquois sailing catamaran with very good accommodation. Engine
It has a Yamaha 9.9hp high thrust with full remote control, including electric start and charging coil.
Main sail and genoa, and spinaker and all the standing rigging were replaced in 2009, and it has a full lazy jack stack pack, with all sheets coming back to the spacious cockpit.
It has two doubles and two singles with their own cabins, and the dining room table can be lowered to convert into a double if required.
It has a stainless steel cooker with 2 hobs, a grill and an oven, and a fully fitted galley with hot and cold pressurised water.
The hot water tank works via shore power which works through an immerser heater. The water tanks are two 25 gallon, which are filled from deck fillers. Heating
She is also fitted with an Eberspacer heater which runs from diesel, and supplies hot air. There are also two small oil filled radiators which run from shore power.
There is also shore power which has a built in battery charger and a 225 amp hour battery which was new 1 year ago, and there is a 100watt solar charger.There is also ample 240v and 12v sockets.
There is a fold down chart table with a reading light, a black and white chart plotter, a vhf radio with mast head antenna, a tiller auto pilot, a radar reflector, and a built in radio with speakers.
There is a fire extinguisher, a fire blanket, a 401 Mcmurdoch distress beacon, a horse shoe buoy, a plough anchor with plenty of chain and warp, an inflatable dingy with an inflatable floor, which is fitted to the rear davits when cruising, and a 2.5hp Yamaha outboard.
This boat is a very capable inshore cruising boat which is in very good condition. She used to belong to the famous Chef Dave Myers of The Hairy Bikers, and appeared on the 2006 BBC program Hairy Bikers Cook Book in 2006.