Sailing BoatsCruisersVivacityModel 24
1971 Vivacity 24 £3,500
The Vivacity 24 is a very solidly built family cruiser, ideal for coastal cruising. It has a remarkably spacious layout and will accommodate 4-5 people. The Vivacity 24 will handle well in coastal conditions and with the shallow draft of just 2'6'', is ideal for exploring coastal rivers, estuaries and creeks.Gemini was fully restored and re-rigged in2017. A new rudder was fitted in 2018. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Click here to reveal phone number -
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The Vivacity 24 offers 4-5 berths in one cabin with 5’ 9” headroom. One V berth cabin forward, with a separate Heads compartment to starboard with hanging locker to port. The saloon has a dinette/double berth to starboard, galley area and a seat/berth to port. Two moulded GRP sinks with cold pumped water supply and storage space, coolbox. Gas hob with two burners and grill. Domestic freshwater tank 56 lts. Mustard vinyl upholstery.
Sails and Spars
Bermudian masthead sloop, aluminium deck-stepped mast and boom, Stainless steel standing rigging (2017) Pelican hooks on forward rigging allows the mast to be laid flat Terylene running rigging (2017) slab or roller mainsail reefing, hank on headsails. Winches 2 x sheet winches 1 x Halyard winch Sails 1 x Main Jib (Fair condition year unknown) 1 x Genoa (Fair condition year unknown) 1 x Storm Jib (Fair condition year unknown) 1 x Spinnaker (Fair condition year unknown) 1 x Mainsail (Fair condition year unknown)
The Vivacity is powered by a Tohatsu 9.8 hp outboard engine (2013) with a 30-litre removeable fuel tank and remote controls driving a fixed 4-blade propeller. 1 x 12-volt 105Ah battery (2017).
1 x Anchor CQR 7kgs Mainsail cover Boarding ladder 6 x Fenders 5 x Mooring warps
Depth (NASA – 2018) Speed/Log (NASA) Windspeed (Windex) VHF Radio (Navico RT6500) Navigation lights (LED) Masthead light (LED) Paper charts
3 x Fire extinguishers Fire blanket Gas alarm C0 detector Horseshoe lifebuoy Bilge pump (manual) Radar reflector
History and Construction
Designed by Alan Hill with a white GRP hull, deck and superstructure and teak rubbing strakes. Encapsulated bilge keels with tiller steering and a skeg-hung rudder.
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