Sailing BoatsCruisersBarbicanModel 33
The Barbican 33 was designed by Maurice Griffiths, with a shoal draft long keel and centreplate (for which the designer is well known) and has a reputation as a robust high quality and seaworthy cruising yacht. 'Red Dawn IV' is presented in excellent condition, with a full cruising inventory and is ready to sail away. The boat was accepted at the Brest classic boat festival in 2008 and the yacht's 'toile de mer' was presented to the festival. Viewing by prior appointment only through our Essex Office on - Click here to reveal phone number -
Five berths in 2 cabins with 6' 1" maximum headroom.Two berths forward in v-berth with removable infill panel to convert to a spacious double. Heads to starboard with Lavac marine toilet, shower and wash basin. Saloon with two settee berths and folding dining table. Galley to port with Plastimo Neptune two burner gas cooker with grill and oven, twin stainless steel sinks with pressurised water and 12 volt refrigerated cool box. Red PVC upholstery. Curtains. Taylors diesel heater on forward bulkhead in saloon.
Spars & Sails
Masthead bermudan sloop. Eurospar mast stepped in a tabernacle and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2004). Terylene running rigging. Removable inner forestay. Slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks. Profurl headsail furling system (last serviced 2014). 2 x Lewmar 40 self-tailing sheet winches. 2 x Lewmar 7 halyard winches on mast. 2 x Lewmar 7 winches for reefing on mast and furling genoa.
Mainsail - goodFurling genoa - goodStorm jib - excellentStaysail - goodCruising chute - Jeckells - 2007 - excellent
BMW D35/2 30hp, twin cylinder, inboard diesel engine with ZF gearbox to shaft drive and two bladed fixed propeller. Stainless steel 110 litre fuel tank. Cruising speed 5/6 knots and maximum speed under engine 7 knots. Engine hours approx. 2,800. The engine has been regularly serviced and well maintained the injectors were reconditioned in 2007. Spare parts are still available for the engine.
2 x 12 volt 105 amp/hour batteriesBatteries charged by alternator on the engine12 volt interior lighting240 volt shore power system240 volt battery charger
35 lb CQR anchor with 50m chain22 lb Fisherman anchor with chain and warpManual Simpson Lawrence anchor windlassStainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchionsStainless steel transom boarding ladderBlue mainsail coverBlue sprayhoodBlue cockpit tent4 x mooring warps8 x fendersBeaching legsSteel demountable 4-legged winter cradleInflatable dinghy with solid transomHonda 2.3hp outboard
Plastimo compassRaymarine Ray54E DSC VHF radioStowe echosounderStowe speed/logRaymarine C80 colour chart plotter and radarGarmin GPS IIGarmin 45 GPSAutohelm ST2000 autopilotNasa Navtex ProSony CD/radioHasler wind vane steering gear (can also be operated by autopilot)Various chartsClock and barometerMasthead tricolour lightNavigation lights
3 x fire extinguishersPlastimo gas alarmFireblanketJackstaysEchomax radar reflector on mastHarness eyesFoghornSea Sava 4-man liferaftHorseshoe lifebuoyDanbuoy2 x Henderson manual bilge pumps
'Red Dawn IV' is a Barbican 33 class of yacht designed by Maurice Griffiths. The hull was manufactured in 1986 by Barbican Yacht Construction Ltd and the fitting out was completed by her first owner and launched in October 1990. White GRP hull and superstructure with full length keel with lifting galvanised steel centreplate (replaced in 2010) and some internal ballast. Light blue painted non-slip decks. Tiller steering with skeg hung rudder. Aft self draining cockpit. The underwater hull has been epoxied from new and Coppercoat antifouling was applied in 2010.
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