Sailing BoatsCruisersGib'SeaModel 282
This is a lifting keel example of the GibSea 282. She has had one owner from new and has been very lightly used throughout her life. The mast is mounted in a tabernacle with a lowering system. Sails, upholstery, woodwork, navigation equipment are original but in excellent condition. Well worth inspection. Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - - Click here to reveal phone number -
See plan. Up to 6 berths - two in forward cabin, one in saloon and two in aft cabin. Forward cabin has a V berth with infill, shelving, stowage under berth and hatch to deck. Sliding door to saloon. Saloon has a dinette to port with galley and chart table opposite. Dinette can be a single or convert to a double berth. Keel box under large saloon table. Plenty of stowage under dinette seats. The galley has a stainless steel sink with pressurised cold fresh water supply. Ice box. Eno cooker with two burners and oven. Lots of storage. The chart table is aft of the galley with lifting lid to table, switch panel, chart plotter and VHF. The heads compartment is to port and aft of the dinette. This has a water supply to the basin and telephone type shower. Hanging locker aft of the RM69 marine toilet (with holding tank). Plenty of other lockers. The aft cabin is to starboard and opposite the heads. This has a large double berth, transom window and cockpit opening port plus lockers and shelving. Fabric upholstery throughout. Curtains. Teak and holly effect laminate noon scratch saloon flooring. Varnished teak fit out.
Spars & Sails
Masthead Bermudan sloop rig. 1991 Z Spars anodised aluminium mast and boom. Mounted in a stainless steel tabernacle with mast lowering system. Stainless steel stainding rigging (probably original) with backstay tensioner. Running rigging is all led aft to the cockpit. Lewmar 6 mast winch. Harken 16 self tailing primary winches. Barient self tailing coachroof control line winches. Hain sheet track. Two spinnaker poles with deck stowages. Plastimo 608S headsail furling system. Slab reefing to mainsail with control lies aft. Mainsail - BM Sails - slab reefing - Good condition Furling Genoa - BM Sails - Good condition Working jib with hanks - Unused Spinnaker - Good condition with sheets and blocks Age of sails unknown.
Located under companionway steps. Yanmar 2GM20 marine diesel. 1991. Fresh water cooled. Twin cylinders. 19hp. Shaft drive with rope cutter. The engine was last serviced. in 2017 and little used since. Hours are unrecorded but will be exceptionally low for her age. Two 12V batteries charging via engine alternator.
CQR anchor with chain in self draining locker Cockpit dodgers in blue with boat name Sprayhood in blue Mainsail cover in blue Various warps and fenders Spinlock tiller extension Stainless steel boarding ladder on sugar scoop Hawk masthead wind direction indicator Three life jackets Manual bilge pump Ball and cone set. Boat hook. Bosuns chair.
Plastimo bulkhead mounted compass Autohelm Tridata instrument - speed and depth Autohelm wind instrument - speed and direction Raymarine RH300 GPS chart plotter Seafarer 650 VHF radio Autohelm 100 tiller pilot Navigation lights Deck flood and steaming lights
Built by Gibert Marine in 1991. white grp hull with style stripes and alloy toe rails. White grp coachroof with moulded non skid decks. LIFT KEEL version with cast iron hull plate and aluminium lowering centreboard. Tiller steering to lifting rudder. Self draining cockpit and anchor well. Teak to cockpit seats. Teak and rails. Sugar scoop type transom. Stainless steel rails and guard wires. New saloon windows fitted in 2017.
Inflatable dinghy with oars and pump
This boat has had one owner from new and is on the market due to the owners advancing age. Unfortunately there is almost no ownership paperwork available but she has been berthed in Ipswich since new. This is an opportunity to purchase a very lightly used boat (the owner also has a motor boat) with excellent interior, good sails and a modern layout.
Steel purpose made winter cradle available for an additional £400
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