CONSTRUCTION Built in 1983. GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, long keel with encapsulated ballast, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, masthead Bermudan sloop rig and 5 berth interior in 2 cabins with around 6ft + standing headroom.
BUILDER: Designed by Van de Stadt and built by Tyler Boats.
LOA 32' 10" (10.0m) Beam 9' 2" (2.8m)
LWL (7.23m) Draft 4' 8" (1.4m)
Headroom approx 6ft +
SAILS & RIG: Slab fully battened reefing mainsail (Parker & Kay) with Stackpack mainsail cover (Dolphin 2009). Genoa roller reefing system with furling No 1 Genoa (Parker & Kay). Both sails serviced April 2012. Storm Jib (Copp sails). Spinnaker (Crusader Sails). Alloy mast and boom and stainless steel standing rigging. Back stay tension and boom strut.
ENGINE: Bukh DV24ME 24hp twin cylinder inboard diesel engine, installed new in September 2002. Raw water cooled with freshwater flush and drain. 15 gallon fuel tank. Shaft drive (2003) with fixed propeller. Alternator charging to 3 x 12 volt batteries (One 60 amp/hr engine and 2 x 110 amp/hr domestic. Cruising speed under engine is around 5 knots and her maximum speed around 6 knots.
FUEL & WATER: Fuel capacity 15 gallons
Freshwater 26 gallons approx
DECK GEAR: Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, red sprayhood and dodgers (2002), loose cockpit cushions, boarding ladder on transom, tiller, spinnaker pole, whisker pole, 4 sheet winches, 3 halyard winches, outboard bracket on pushpit, 25lb CQR main anchor with 36m of 8mm chain, Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass, Danforth 18lb kedge anchor, inflatable dinghy with Evinrude 2HP outboard.
SAFETY GEAR: Jackstay lifelines on side decks, Danbuoy, lifebuoy, coastal pack of distress flares (December 2012), EPIRB (battery exp Oct 12), gas detector, professional gas safety check January 2012, smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector, 2 electric bilge pumps, 2 manual bilge pumps, canister fog horn, wooden bungs and emergency tiller.
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: Autohelm compass, Sestrel compass, Autohelm ST50 instruments including echo sounder and log and wind direction, autohelm ST2000 tiller pilot, windvane at masthead, FM/AM radio, Standard Horizon CP180 chart plotter (2007) with chart updates from March 2012, Yeoman chart plotter, JRC radar (2000), NASA Target pro Navtex, MLR FX 412D GPS, NASA AIS, Firdell Blipper radar reflector, clock, navigation light, steaming light, tri colour masthead light and anchor light.
DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT: She has Webasto air top 2000S 2-outlet hot air heating system installed in 2008. 240 volt ringmain with double socket outlet and mains charger plus Stirling smart charger. Her galley has a Plastimo Neptune 2500 gas cooker (installed new in 2010), various pots, pans, cutlery and crockery, sink with freshwater supply from fixed tank. Holding tank. Her separate heads has a marine toilet with wash basin. Green fabric upholstery (renewed in 2007). Green/yellow curtains (2007).
ACCOMMODATION: She has 5 berths including 2 “V” berths in the forward cabin, 2 single settee berths either side of the saloon table and a quarter berth aft of the chart table.
FEATURES: Cradle may be available by separate negotiation.
REMARKS: “Freydis II” was purchased by her current owner in March 2006. She has cruised the East Coast, Holland, Belgium and France. Her owner has just purchased another boat. “Freydis II” has been regularly updated, her engine was replaced in September 2002, a new Stackpack mainsail cover was fitted in 2009, a new heating system in 2008, new cooker in 2010 and new upholstery in 2007. There are 3 jobs outstanding however, a new fuel tank has been purchased through Tek Tanks (102 litres), but this has not been fitted, her wooden toe rail needs improvement and the standing rigging is possibly due for replacement. These jobs account for her very reasonable asking price. A May 2013 survey report is available 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.