This Banjer 37 has a very roomy fully enclosed wheelhouse. The wheelhouse is laid out in a traditional way with a large diameter timber wheel and helm position to port. There is a dedicated helmsman seat at the forward end and to Port of the companionway which gives excellent all-round visibility. There is a settee to starboard. There is a large amount of storage space provided in the lockers which go outboard under the side decks. Access to the cockpit is via a door to Port at the aft end of the wheelhouse.
Down the companionway steps, you enter the Saloon which has an L-shaped settee that runs along the port side with a bench settee running along the starboard side. The Port settee converts to a double berth when required with the starboard settee making a large single berth. There is a large substantial drop leaf saloon table which is centrally mounted giving easy access forward via a passageway slightly offset to starboard. The saloon has ample storage under, overhead and outboard of the berth lockers. Glomax Tv airal fitted in May 2013
The Galley is forward of the Port saloon berth. It has a compact U-Shape galley which has a gas cooker with 3 burners and oven, 12v fridge, single stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water that is heated via a 240V immersion heater and by the engine via a calorifier tank. This yacht has a 1000 litre fresh water tank, tanks cleaned and repainted 2016. The galley also ample storage space in and around the galley area and provides a secure space to work in rough weather.
Opposite the galley on the starboard side is the large Heads compartment which has easy to clean surfaces, Jabsco marine toilet with 30-litre holding tank, sink and shower with hold and cold pressurised water. It has a wash hand basin and vanity unit.
In front of the Heads is the Forward Cabin which has full standing headroom with two large single berths in a traditional V-berth shape. Storage is provided beneath each berth. There is a small hand basin with hot and cold water set in a vanity unit. There is a hanging locker opposite. A large deck hatch provides light and acts as an emergency escape route.
Outside that aft cockpit area with its high sides provides a great secure space to sit. The high guardrails make walking for and aft very easy.
Traditional long keel.
This Banjer 37 was built in 1972 with its canoe stern. It has a white grp hull and wheel house which been painted. Encapsulated long keel with keel hung rudder operated by hydraulic wheel steering with an emergency tiller. Rudder hydraulic steering rams serviced and all hoses replaced in Sept 2015. It has teak decks and cockpit sole. She was last out of the water in 2018 when she had her anodes changed and was antifouled.
She has been owned by the current owner since 2013 when she went through a major refit including having the hull epoxy coated.. Prior to that she spent 10 years ashore as the previous owners wife past away not long after she was purchased from Germany in 2000. She has been sailed to France, Holland, and up and down the East Coast. She will have been seen at a number of the classic ship rallies. The current owner is only selling as he is finding a bit heavy to handle single handed.
This Banjer 37 has a Perkins 4236M 70HP 4 cylinder diesel engine located under the wheelhouse cockpit sole that was fitted in 1972. Freshwater cooled. It was last serviced on 2 January 2020 by the owner and has 6000 approx. engine hours as at the 10th February 2020. 600 Litre GRP fuel tank. giving a range of approx. 800 nautical miles. She had a new gearbox fitted in 2000. It has a shaft drive with Profiseal gland to a fixed 3 blade bronze prop. It has both stern and bowthrusters. Full-service history available since 2013. Cruising speed of 6 knots with a max speed of 7 knots.
The boat is wired with both a 12V and 24V systems. It has 4 x 120AMP 12V batteries all new in 2018 for the domestic systems and 1 x 120AH engine battery new in 2018 and 2 x 24V batteries for the bow and stern thrusters. NASA Battery monitoring system new in 2013 Batteries are charged by the engine alternator - new in August 2013, solar panel and 240 Volt battery charger. There is a 300 watt inverter fitted. In addition that boat has a 1KVH Honda petrol generator that can be plugged into the domestic 240V shore power system to top up the batteries if required.