Number of single berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Hull is of 6 x 1/8” laminations of Agba mahogany veneers glued, compressed and baked together
Outer hull lamination removed and replaced in major 6 year rebuild 1994-99 together with inner lamination
Additional stiffening to hull plus new keel
Marine ply sub-deck replaced and new teak deck laid
Superstructure replaced completely, new cabin windows and windscreen.
New laminated Teak & Holly cockpit floor panels fitted.
New teak rubbing strake and toe rails fitted.
New spray rails to Alan Burnard’s re-design providing dry cockpit, windscreen and raised cabin roof.
1 x M225TI Sabre Perkins 5.95litre turbo diesel fitted new 1999 – full service 2011.
Engine Hours: Approx 400 hours.
Borg Warner 72c hydraulic gearbox
Maximum Speed: 26 knot
Morse single lever gear/throttle controls
Hydraflex hydraulic steering
2 x hand held fire extinguishers
Bennett electro-hydraulic trim tabs
Fuel: 50 gal capacity in 2 s/s tanks
Fresh water tank
Manual bilge pump
1 x electric bilge pump
12v electric system
2 x 12v batteries (new 2011)
Vetus electric stern thruster with 12v battery
Sterling Marine Power battery charger
Floscan fuel meter
Hot water calorifier
Simrad CP33 colour chart plotter
Autohelm ST5000 autopilot
Autohelm digital speed/trip recorder
Autohelm digital depth recorder
Icom IC-M421 DSC-VHF radio
Wynn Clearview screen
Silva 70 steering compass
Clock and barometer
The forward cabin is entered through a two part door offset to starboard and down a step.
Two single berths in a V-configuration are fitted with stowage underneath and full length shelves outboard under the side deck.
The bilges are well painted and dry.
The cabin floor is carpeted.
The electrics panel is fitted on the after port side bulkhead.
The galley area is located against the after bulkhead and comprises of a stainless steel sink with fresh water supply, mixer tap and a microwave oven.
Cabin night lights are fitted and the roof has been lined with beige foam backed vinyl panels.
An escape/ventilation hatch has been placed in the centre of the roof.
Set in the forward bulkhead is a hatch in to the anchor locker up in the bows.
A Portapotti type WC is located between the berths forward.
Up in the cockpit the helm position is to port and comprises of a comprehensive array of engine instruments with the navigation aids grouped neatly alongside.
There is a double helm/navigators seat placed centrally on the forward end of the engine box and a further double aft facing seat.
The cockpit floor has been covered in Teak and Holly laminated panels and all can be removed easily to access the clean bilges.
Set in the cockpit coamings are storage lockers with the shorepower/battery charger to starboard.
Underneath the centrally placed engine box is the powerful Sabre Perkins turbo diesel which is easily accessed by lifting the hinged top of the engine box for daily level checks or completely removing it for servicing. This engine gives the vessel a fine performance and is surprisingly economical.
In the after corners of the cockpit are large seat lockers with a fine teak dining table in between.
A stainless steel radar arch crosses the centre of the cockpit and acts as a landing for the sprayhood and backdrop.
The teak laid side decks are extremely wide and the foredeck is enclosed by a strong stainless steel pulpit rail.
Teak handrails are placed on each side of the cabin roof.
Substantial mooring cleats and fairleads are fitted.
The stainless steel anchor and chain is connected to the Lofrans electric anchor winch and can be operated from the helm position.
Carver warm air heating
12v microwave oven
Portapotti type WC
Stainless steel pulpit rail
Stainless steel cockpit handrails
Stainless steel radar arch
Transom boarding ladder
Helm and navigators seat on engine box
Aft facing passenger seat on engine box
Port and starboard cockpit seat lockers
Teak dining table to aft cockpit
Cockpit lockers under side decks
Lockable floor panels
Sprayhood with camperback
5kg stainless steel Bruce anchor and chain
Warps and fenders
2 x hand held fire extinguishers
Arguably the finest HUNTRESS 23 in existence, she has been rebuilt to a breathtaking standard from the keel up and beautifully finished in Awlgrip paint. The work carried out on her over a 6 year period is far too comprehensive to be detailed here but ensures she will last for many more years to come. She is a joy to inspect. She really does have to be seen to be believed. A 2011 varnish refresh has ensured she gleams this season.
“Fairey Nuff has been restored and up rated to an excellent standard, without losing the style of the original.”
“She is in effectively as-new condition, but with a better specification than original.
“The hull has been significantly strengthened, the decks up rated with teak, the engine replaced with a lighter, quieter and cleaner type, and finally an excellent brand of high gloss finish applied over epoxy protection”
2011 Survey available to serious enquires on request.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.