Motor BoatsavailableLittonLitton 12m Trawler Yacht
Arabella is a 12 metre Trawler yacht built by the Litton Boat Building Yard in 1980. She is very well set up for live aboard cruising with two self contained double cabins each with en-suite heads and shower/bath rooms and is well equipped with modern appliances that you would expect from a yacht of this size. A large dining and living area in the deck saloon is very comfortable while at sea giving excellent viewing. She is currently lying in Fuerteventura at a very quaint new marina which is a real bargain at a reported mooring fee of only 8 euros per day!!! With a comfortable and spacious layout Arabella is the perfect live aboard cruiser vessel well capable of longer distance hops. Her owner has cruised her between the Canary Islands and Gibraltar a few times and this passage has only used half of her fuel capacity !
Arabella is very well set up for live aboard cruisers. She has a very large double aft cabin with a en suite heads which even has a bath!! Forward she has another self contained double cabin again with it's own heads and shower room - perfect for guests. The large Deck saloon has a nice dining and living area. The helm and navigation area is also in the deck saloon. There is a large galley with 2 ring hob and Gas oven. There are 2 deep stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water, and a large front opening fridge. She has a washing machine, large fridge, and television on board to make extended cruising as comfy as possible.
Airguide magnetic steering compass.
2 x GPS Navigators
Raymarine depth sounder and fish finder.
JRC 3000 Radar ICOM Single Side Band Radio
Radio ocean VHF radio telephone
Cetrek 701 Automatic Pilot
Inside and outside steering positions
12 man liferaft
3 x solar pannels
1 KW Diesel generator
Electric anchor windless 1/2" chain.
GRP hull, deck and superstructure The interior is finished in teak and teak faced plywood. Lead bonded into keel for extra sea keeping ability.
2 x Volvo TMD 115 HP, 6 cylinder diesel engines driving 3 blade fixed 24" propellers through a conventional shaft drive system. Borg Warner Velvet Drive gearboxes. Steering via a Vetus hydraulic system. 2 x stainless steel fuel tanks holding 1500 litres. 2 x stainless steel water tanks holding 400 litres. Fuel consumption approx. one litre per mile at 6 kts economical cruising speed.
Electrical : Domestic 12v batteries giving 300 amp hours capacity plus engine start batteries. Charging via engine driven alternators. Charging and 220 volt power via a 6 kw diesel powered generator.
Arabella is ketch rigged with small but effective steadying sails.
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