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    £ 9,950

    Classic - Robert Clark 32 for sale

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    Robert Clark 32 launched in 1966, built to Lloyds 100A1 teak on oak. Opus achieved a creditable 6th place in the 1968 OSTAR race, and has been in the same ownership since. She appears to be in sound condition, and the exterior varnishwork has been redone together with a fresh coat of antifouling. The interior is full of period charm, with plenty of natural light from a lovely skylight, with sleeping accommodation for up to six crew. She would benefit from some refit work, but such a lovely old lady would look great with some TLC spent on her. VIEW THIS BOAT AND OVER 40+ OTHERS, 7 DAYS A WEEK AT DEACONS MARINA, J8 M27 - WHYBOATS

    Robert Clark design built by RF Austin in 1966 to Lloyds 100A1 of teak on oak
    Long keel and round bilge
    The deck is constructed from longitudinal swept teak planks laid on plywood over substantial oak beams and beam shelves. The deck is fastened with screws which have been dowelled. Coach roof is constructed in teak and is varnished.
    Internally the hull is panelled or lined throughout and the deck head is lined.
    The single wooden fully trailing rudder blade is supported on a steel rudder stock. Steering is by a laminated timber tiller
    As a result of corrosion of the keel bolts in June 2007, there was an ingress of water well over the cabin sole. As a result a major refit took place over the next 23 months which included:
    1. Removal of keel, cleaned up and refitted with new purpose made Maxi Mag bolts.
    2. Cockpit sole removed, cleaned up re-sealed, new drains fitted.
    3. Engine removed and overhauled.
    4. Starter and alternator overhauled
    5. Steel engine beds removed, cleaned and refastened.
    6. Stern tube, shaft and propeller removed, serviced and re-fitted.
    7. Skeg removed, cleaned new bearing fitted refastened and tested.
    8. All skin fittings and seacocks removed, Blakes type serviced and re-fitted, ball type valves renewed.
    This refit was carried out under the supervision of Mr R G Heasell of RH Marine Surveys Ltd. He concludes his report:
    “Following my final inspection of “Opus”, I formed the opinion that this vessel is of a robust construction built to a good standard. The refit completed in May 2009 has maintained the structure of the vessel.
    “Opus” is, in my opinion, an attractive and well built vessel and, with considerate on-going maintenance will give good service for many years to come”.
    The whole survey (and an earlier survey carried out in 2000) are available for inspection.
    In June 2016, the exterior varnishwork was recoated as neccessary, and the hull was faired and antifouled.
    Mechanical and Electricals
    Sabb 20 hp inboard naturally aspirated twin cylinder diesel engine
    Completely rebuilt in 2009, including new pistons
    Variable pitch propeller offering fore and aft propulsion.
    Alternator and starter motor - overhauled 2009

    12 volt DC throughout
    240 volt shore power system
    Two heavy duty batteries, battery switch and modern switch panel
    Small wind generator fitted to the pushpit.

    Two stainless fuel tanks in lazarette
    GRP fresh water tank under cabin sole
    Masthead rigged bermudan sloop
    Keel stepped aluminium mast and spars
    Spinnaker pole
    Stainless steel standing rigging with twin forestay - all new in 2008

    No2 Jib
    No3 Jib
    Storm Jib
    Two berths in forepeak
    Heads compartment with Blakes marine WC and handbasin

    Saloon with four berths
    Saloon floor newly laid in teak and holly
    Folding saloon table stored against bilkhead

    Galley with Plastimo Neptune cooker with two burners and grill
    Stainless sink
    Chart table
    Quarter berth - currently used for storage
    Navigational Equipment
    Garmin GPS
    VHF radio
    Clock & barometer
    Wind speed & direction
    Depth and log
    Deck Equipment
    Manual anchor windlass
    35lb Plough type anchor with 25 fathoms of 8mm galvanised chain
    35LB plough anchor as a spare.
    Fenders and warps
    Inflatable dinghy with oars
    Two automatic electric bilge pumps
    Munster Simms heavy duty manual pump
    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.
    £ 9,950
    Category:Sailing Boats
    Subcategory:Classic Sailing Boats
    Model:Robert Clark 32
    Mooring Country:United Kingdom
    Year built:1966
    Sales status:available
    LOA:9.75 m/32 ft
    Length:9.75 m/32 ft
    Width:2.83 m/9 ft
    KW:20.0 hp
    ModelRobert Clark 32Max Draft4.7 feet
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