A luxurious one-off version of the well known and characterful Cornish Crabber Pilot Cutter, built for their managing director, which epitomises modern traditional British boatbuilding at its very best, with great attention to detail. Beautifully fitted out with teak joinery, the layout below is comfortable and practical and whilst full use has been made of modern systems and equipment, retains a cosy traditional ambience. The cutter rig is particularly versatile and with all lines led aft to the cockpit, all sail handling can be done from the cockpit without the necessity of going forward. Carefully maintained from new, Aliesje is offered for sale ready to go for the forthcoming season. Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - - Click here to reveal phone number -
The accommodation is attractively fitted out with teak joinery with tongued and grooved cedar overhead on laminated beams. Full standing headroom in the saloon. There is good stowage throughout, ample handholds and excellent ventilation with six bronze opening portlights in saloon, main hatch, bronze forehatch and two portholes in forecabin and over the quarter berths. There are five berths in two cabins and the layout is both comfortable and practical with full standing headroom. In the forecabin, good sized V berth with stowage under. Separate heads compartment to port with marine toilet, with electric pump out, washbasin and shower. Solar powered ventilator. Traditional prism decklight. Hanging locker opposite. In the saloon, dinette to port with removable table. Galley opposite with ceramic tiled work surface. Smev four burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven. Stainless steel sink. 250 litres freshwater capacity supplying hot and cold pressurised water to galley and heads. Isostar fridge/freezer. Chart table to starboard with instrument panel and good chart stowage. Two large quarter berths port and starboard. Eberspacher diesel fired hot air central heating.
Located abaft the companionway, re-conditioned Yanmar 3JH 4E four cylinder 38hp diesel engine, fitted 2018/2019. 130 hours running time. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to fixed pitch three bladed propeller via Aquadrive coupling. Shaft fitted rope cutter. 110 litres fuel capacity in stainless steel tank giving approximately 275 miles range at 5.5 knots cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 6.5 knots. Single lever control. Vetus bowthruster fitted 2017/2018.
12 volt 110 Ah domestic battery (2017) 12 volt 95Ah engine start battery (2020) 12 volt 120 Ah fridge / windlass / bowthruster battery (2019) Alternator charging 240 volt shorepower system Battery charger Immersion heater
Sails & Spars
Cutter rigged with tan sails by Suffolk Sails. Cream epoxy coated aluminium mast and boom by Eurospars. Varnished Oregon Pine bowsprit, fully retractable. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. Fully battened slab reefing mainsail with three reefs. Lazyjacks. All lines led aft to cockpit. Strut kicker. Facnor headsail furling systems to jib and staysail. Two bronze Lewmar 8 halyard winches. Two bronze Lewmar 16 self tailing reefing and staysail winches. Two bronze Lewmar 30 self tailing sheet winches. Fully battened mainsail - 2018 - very good Furling yankee - 2017 - very good Furling & self tacking staysail - 2017 - very good Cruising chute with snuffer - 2005 - excellent Various spare sails
35lb CQR anchor with 60m chain Kedge anchor Simpson Lawrence electric anchor windlass Stainless steel stanchions, pushpit and guardwires with gates Teak coachroof grabrails Sail cover Sprayhood Teak cockpit table Cockpit spray dodgers with boat name Boom awning Stainless steel boarding ladder Summer deck awning Winter cover (2004) with windows and access panels (cost £2500) Various fenders and warps Dinghy davits Stainless steel boarding ladder Outboard stowage bracket
Whitlock Polaris binnacle mounted steering compass (2000) Raytheon ST60 depth, boatspeed & log, windspeed & direction (2000) Raytheon ST60 multi display at chart table (2000) Raytheon 630 colour chart plotter (2000) at chart table Garmin 700 chart plotter with AIS at helm Raytheon ST6000+ autopilot (2000) DSC VHF radio (2017) Clock and barometer Masthead and deck level navigation lights
Manual bilge pump 2 x electric bilge pumps 2x fire extinguishers Fire blanket Automatic engine room fire extinguisher Visiball radar reflector Gas alarm XM ORC 4 person liferaft (needs servicing) Deck floodlight
Built in 1995 by Cornish Crabbers Ltd to a design by Roger Dongray, exhibited at 1996 London Boat Show and launched shortly after. Hull number 42. Green GRP multichine hull with black sheer stripe. Twin teak rubbing bands with carved fashion pieces and carved name board. GRP coachroof with teak decks and coachroof. Varnished Iroko coachroof. Long keel (epoxy coated). Keel hung rudder. Whitlock rod wheel steering with hide covered wheel. Aft self draining cockpit. Self draining gas bottle stowage. RCD Category A-Ocean rating. LOA including bowsprit: 39'. A continual programme of maintenance and improvement has been undertaken as follows: 2009 - hull epoxied; coachroof teak re-laid 2014 - deck teak re-laid 2015 - new bowsprit 2016 - diesel tank removed and cleaned; wiring checked and refurbished 2017 - new standing rigging 2019 - cockpit teak re-laid; re-conditioned engine fitted 2021 - new saloon seating; re-antifouled
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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. Read more