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- Brixham, Devon, United Kingdom
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- £ 25,000 Tax Paid (US$ 31,195)
Vancouver 27 well accomplished and travelled example with many updates over the years including major refit in 2007. Includes, Engine Overhauled 2007, standing rigging replaced (2007), Hull stripped and re-epoxied, Hull and topsides re-painted, interior re varnished, Taylors Paraffin Cabin heating, Windlass, and much more. Fully coded for charter work. Year 2014 MCA Charter survey available by request.
For more details contact Jamie on 01803 408637 and 07870 368266
Please contact Steve Jackson at +44 (0)1803 865321
Mob +44 (0)7970 446189
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 8 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Built by Stuart Yachts designed by Robert Harris. Cutter with Long keel, aft cockpit, Transom hung rudder, tiller steering, GRP hull deck and superstructure. White hull with white deck, cockpit and coachroof, S/S push and pulpit, Teak grab rails, Wind-vane self steering available (but needs new Wind-vane sail).
Bukh 20HP 2 cylinderdiesel engine 1978. (Serviced May 2014)
Overhauled 2007 with 300 engine hours since
Three bladed propeller on shaft.
Cruise speed 5.5 Knots
Max speed 6.5 Knots
2 x 12 volt batteries (100A/Hr) charged by engine alternators.
1x70Amp and 1x35Amp alternators
240V ac shore power connections with extension lead
Fuel: – Steel tank
Water: – GRP tank
Cutter rig, Black anodised single spreader mast and boom
Stainless steel standing rigging (2007), with Rig report 2012 , Terylene running rigging.
Mainsail with slab reefing, 1st reef at mast 2nd & 3rd lines back to the cockpit
2x Gibb single speed winches + 2x 4 jammers – Coachroof
2x single speed winches – mast + 1 winch on boom.
2x 2 speed Meisner winches – Cockpit Coaming
Mainsail – 2007 – Jeckells
Yankee - 2007 – Jeckells
Staysail - 2007 – Jeckells
Storm Jib - Old but good – Arun
Spinnaker – in good condition
Traditional feel below varnished Teak wood joinery/off white panels, with Navy blue upholstery furnishings.
Sleeps 4 in 1 cabin. 3 single berths in saloon one of which converts to 4 foot wide double, Starboard aft Quarter berth.
Saloon with seating around the table for 4.
Galley to port with ENO full gas 2 burner cooker with oven and stainless steel sink, with hand operated Fresh water pump and foot operated sea water pump, coolbox.
Chart table to starboard with Nav station area.
Separate heads compartment forepeak with sea toilet and stainless steel wash basin.
Cabin heating by Taylors Paraffin heating system.
Standing headroom throughout.
Compass - Sestral
VHF radio – Silva DSC with GPS readout + Handheld
GPS System – On VHF radio + Handheld Magellan
New (unopened) Admiralty chartplotter software Area 1 South Coast of UK works with Windows XP, 7, and 8 for use with laptop (not included). Navcore Holux GPS Receiver with USB cable for connection to laptop/computer. Self steering – Wind-Vane (currently not fitted and needs a new sail)
Anchors – Bruce 20Kg + CQR 7Kg
Chain/Warp – 42m x 8mm chain, 11m x 10mm chain + 25m x 10mm nylon warp
Windlass – Hi speed
Man Overboard recovery Sling
Offshore grab bag with contents to charter spec
Life Jackets x6 (all serviced with lights in date)
Flares – Offshore pack + 4 others (all in date)
Fire Extinguishers x 4
Bilge pump Manual
Bilge pump Electric
Dinghy – 2006 Wetline 2 ½ man round tail with inflatable floor and stainless steel O/B bracket, Oars repair kit and carry case.
Engine spares – filters, belts, Water pump etc
I have owned "Cacique" pronounced “Ka-seek” for 11 years now and she has had 4 owners before me.
I’ve found her an absolute delight to sail, easily sails in a straight line with a bit of sail trimming. She is currently coded for skippered charter work Cat1 (up to 60 miles offshore), so all safety equipment is up to date, except for the life-raft (not included).
She has a remarkable history of successful passage making living up to the proud Vancouver reputation, with 3 Atlantic crossings and 1 circumnavigation under her belt.
Following this she has undergone a major refit in 2007 updates include, hull peeled and Gelsheild re applied, everything removed or re-furbished.
Now wanting to up size to a bigger Vancouver.
Year 2014 MCA for Charter survey available by request.
All previous Bills Of Sale, the Builders Certificates and VAT receipt are available.
DETAILS of Works carried out on Sailing Yacht Cacique:
All deck fittings, Mast foot, Grab handles, Stantions and bases, pushpit and pulpit, bow roller, deck mounted winches, rudder and pintles, windvane, ports (Windows), staysail track, and seacocks were removed, along with the hatch and hatch garage and washboard retaining timber in the cockpit the teak antislip strips were removed along with the engine controls hatch covers and bilge pump.
The bottom was peeled by Gelstrip up to 6” above the waterline.
The headlining was removed.
The forward bulkhead and the bulkhead at the foot of the quarter berth were renewed, when doing the forward bulkhead an additional bulkhead was added fore-aft direction to divide the anchor locker into two to prevent the two anchor chains entangling and to add extra collision damage strength, these bulkheads have been entirely encapsulated in fibreglass, in addition the kingplank under the windlass was replaced with new 18mm marine ply and epoxy resin used to secure, also the bow roller has a new ply backing plate also epoxied into the very forpeak.
It the sail locker all the bins were encapsulated with fibreglass and the limber holes were fitted with drain plugs. Also the bulkheads were laminated with GRP along with the under bunk lockers.
The port window-cill was removed and repaired with new epoxy and ply,
The head was overhauled with new pipe work anti siphon valves etc.
A new 12v bulkhead light was fitted.
In the head compartment a foot operated seawater pump was fitted along with a new hand operated fresh water pump, a holding tank with electric discharge was fitted for the shower.
The original drain from the shower to the bilge was removed, the bilge was cleaned and painted.
In the saloon 2 sections of the deckhead were showing water ingress from the port side staysail track and the port side coachroof clutches, the inner layer of glass was cut out, the balsa core removed and new epoxied in place, the area was then made good with chopped strand matt and polyester resin.
All the stantion bases backing pads were renewed, as were the backing pads for all the through hulls and deck mountings. The staysail deck mounting was replaced with an angle bracket that attaches to the cross brace under the deck.
The mast step at the keel was rebuilt using marine ply and epoxy resin, as was the section at the deckhead.
A new water tank (Built by Chris Humphries boat builders) was fitted.
All the hoses and pipe work throughout were renewed, the ones in the engine room being fireproof rated, All the underwater seacocks and skin fittings were replaced with bronze ones (the toilet outlet is CR rated).
The fuel tank was removed cleaned and refurbished. The engine had been previously removed. New engine mounts were fabricated using epoxy resin and stainless steel ‘rails’. The cutlass bearing was stripped and new ‘String’ installed along with a remote stern-tube greaser, the thread on the propshaft was recut and a new nut made, the shaft was checked for straightness at the same time. A net was installed under the engine to catch any items dropped into the bilge.
A Bukh 20 engine was installed this had been overhauled with both the head and sump removed, the main and big ends clearance measured and piston clearance checked, the bores honed etc.. New fuel lines with twin filters one with water trap fitted, new flexible exhaust hose with new water trap and new Morse control cables were fitted. A new water-strainer was fitted along with a new anti-syphon valve.
The hull was coated below the waterline (and 6” above) with 5 coats of Gelshield epoxy resin then filled and faired, 1 coat primer, 1 coat of non eroding antifoul followed by 2 coats of Cruiser Uno. With a fresh coat of Cruiser Uno every season since. The rudder was also peeled with a base layer of woven glass epoxied on then 5 coats of Gelsheild.
The topsides and coachroof was painted with 2 coats epoxy primer followed by 3 coats of Epifanes 2 pack polyester gloss. All the deck fittings were fitted with Sikaflex sealant and new backing plates.
The ports were replaced with new 6mm Perspex appropriately primed and installed with Sikaflex widow adhesive.
All new standing rigging, a new Profurl roller reefing system for the foresail, and new Yankee, Staysail and Main were fitted.
All the winches were stripped and overhauled, all 5 of the Gibb single speed winches were modified with the new stainless retaining ring fitted.
The rudder pintles and gudgeons were inspected as was the bearing at the base of the rudder prior to refitting, all found to be OK.
The bilge pump (Henderson Mk5) was overhauled with new hoses and strum box.
All the interior was re-trimmed painted and varnished, new covers and curtains, new foam and cushions etc.
A new dsc VHF radio was installed with GPS receiver and aerial.
All the electrical wiring was replaced with the exception of the engine harness which was overhauled with all new terminals.
Additional works carried out March 2013
After a rig survey the following works were done:-
A new masthead Tricolour and Anchor light were fitted.
A new deflector, new Windex, & new Port side running backstay were fitted.
New upper guardwires both sides were fitted.
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.