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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- United Kingdom
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- Current Price:
- £ 20,500 Tax Not Paid (US$ 25,490)
A full polish up ready for the 2016 season has made this popular boat look its best!, very tidy exterior. happy in a maria or drying out with her beaching legs. Most recent engine service was December 2015
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We can arrange to collect you from Jersey Airport, arrange hotels, marine finance and marine insurance
Please contact Paul Caunce at 00 44 1534 737537
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Aquastar Ltd
Designer: Aquastar Ltd
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
LOA: 7.50 m
Beam: 2.89 m
Minimum Draft: 0.90 m
Maximum Draft: 0.90 m
Total Power: 210 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 1992
Engine Model: TAMD 41B
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 210 HP
Cruising Speed: 13 knots
Maximum Speed: 15 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (150 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (454 Liters)
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Aquastar Pacesetter 27 built 1992 by Aquastar Ltd, Ocean Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands Tel 0481-26053. Jersey Boat Register No JY134. SSR No 54050. LOA 27 ft (8.08 m), LWL 24.6 ft ( 7.5 m) Beam 9 ft 6 ins ( 2.89 m) Draught 2 ft
10 ins ( 0.87 m).
Hull strengthened with additional stringers and iron keel band to take daily groundings on tidal moorings and Jersey's offshore reefs. Sturdy beaching legs.
Owned and regularly maintained by same owners since new. At present lying Gorey Harbour Jersey. VAT not paid.
Volvo Penta 210 h.p six-cylinder diesel TAMD 41B. No 2204134791 installed Spring 1992 with turbocharger replaced 200!,straight through shaft drive with rope cutter.
Engine hours 525. Top speed 15 knots cruising speed 13 knots with fish trolling facility. Fuel consumption approx. 32 litres per hour at 13 knots. Stainless steel tank capacity 450 litres. Automatic fire extinguisher
SUUNTO C55 Compass ( not swung)
1992 B & G FOCUS Log ( speed, total mileage, trip mileage, average speed, depth, depth alarm) 3712 miles since new.
2003 GARMIN GPS 128.
1992 Autohelm Seatalk ST3000 with accessories.
1992 Aquamarine 5600 marine Radio with microphone.
Morse chrome control lever with combined throttle and forward/back clutches. Ignition switch with key (pre-heating, starting, running, switch off). Rev. counter. Hours run (525 hours).Oil pressure gauge with audible alarm. Engine cooling water temperature with red light and audible alarm. Voltmeter. Fuel gauge. rim fin switches and angle indicators (not working).Switches for two windscreen wipers and fresh water washer. Pressured cold water switch. Bilge pump
switch. Foghorn button and sounder. Cabin light switches. Navigation and anchor light switches. Backlighting switch.
Two 135amp batteries in waterproof box with on/off/emergency starting switches in cockpit. Fuse board behind instrument panel. Bilge pump. Two overhead lights with dual lighting levels and internal switches in fore cabin; one similar light in toilet, four similar lights in main cabin; master switch on engine control panel. Cassette player with two loudspeakers in main cabin. Backlighting to compass and engine control panel.
Two windscreen wipers and fresh water washers. Twin chrome foghorn. Whippy radio mast. Anchor, steaming, and navigational lights ( some replaced 2005). Socket in cockpit.
Stainless steel water tank capacity 150 litres. Electric pressurised system (cold water only) to taps in toilet and sink.
2004 new four man Ocean Safety liferaft in valise. Five adult unused manually operated gas inflated lifejackets, plus three others. Two adult and two children’s harnesses. Quantity of up-to-date rockets and flares in waterproof container.
Emergency tiller. Automatic fire extinguisher over engine. Two fire extinguishers, one in each cabin.
One 25 lbs galvanized Danforth anchor with 8 m chain and 24 m anchor rope. One 25 lbs galvanized plough anchor with adequate length of anchor rope. One small folding anchor with length of line for use with dinghy.
1985 Avon Redstart dinghy with inflating pump and oars.
Wooden 3 ft 4 ins by 1 ft 6 ins portable table top and four separate legs for use in main cabin either as a table or as a support for a double bed, or in the cockpit as a table. Wooden infilling ( three pieces) to turn the twin bunks in the fore cabin into a double bunk. Wooden boathook. Flag and flagstaff. Quantity of mooring ropes. Three 50cm by 50cm sausage fenders. Four 35cm by 25cm ball fenders. One bow fender
HULL AND DECK FITTINGS
G.R.P in off-white with blue cabin tops. A 2.5 inch all-round black rubber fender. Wooden beaching legs with chocks. Two large anodes on lower hull aft. Twin hydraulically operated aluminum levelling fins ( not working) with three small anodes on fins and steel rudder. Rear boarding ladder 6 ft by 2 ft teak on s/s frame with fold down swimming ladder in s/s. S/s bow anchor protection plate. S/s spray rails from bow to midships , and all around cockpit. S/s hand rails over fore cabin, main cabin and for cockpit steps. Alloy bow roller with retaining pin, two chromed mooring posts in bow, alloy anchor winch in bow ( manual with lever) for chain and rope, two chromed midships mooring cleats, two chromed aft mooring posts. Fuel and water deck filler caps. S/s mast tripod on hinge, capable of being lowered to go under bridges on the French canals.
Fixed side windows with grey curtaining, cream lined ceiling, grey carpeted walls and wood fittings. Opening Perspex hatch. All round shelving with deep wood fiddles.
Covered anchor stowage forward. Twin bunks with grey upholstery mattresses and additional wood infilling and mattress to convert into a double bunk. Under bunks spacious lockers with top access. Two ceiling lights with dual lighting levels and inbuilt switches. Blue carpet.
Toilet area to port-
Approx. 3 ft square. White walls and ceiling. Solid wooden door with lock. Ceiling light with dual lighting levels and inbuilt switch. Manual toilet with seat. Plastic washbasin with storage locker under door. Three wooden holders for toiletries and paper. 3ft square wall mirror.
Clothes storage to starboard-
Large 3ft by 2ft hanging cupboard with twin folding doors with catch, interior shelf and deep fiddled area above, giving access to the fuse board above via an opening panel.In between, three steps up to main cabin with two storage lockers underneath, with twin folding wooden doors and sliding hatch above to shut off forward area when required .
Cream ceiling, grey carpet walls blue carpet and solid wooden fittings throughout. All round, large windows with strengthened glass with grey curtains. At sides., port and starboard windows have opening panels with locks. At rear, fixed "patio" doors half glazed with an opening sliding door with locks to keep open and closed. A Perspex opening hatch above the helmsman's seat. Cassette player. Four ceiling lights with dual level lighting and inbuilt switches.
Forward, large wooden area for chartwork with engine instrument panel and compass to starboard. S/s steering wheel with automatic steering mechanism to starboard.
Small wooden locker underneath . Upholstered folding helmsman’s seat with wooden locker (designed for a fridge (never fitted)) below-locker has an interior shelf and door with catch. Aft starboard is a wooden locker with a shelf, and behind that is a s/s sink with cold water tap and a Calor gas two ring cooker with opening shelf above and wooden lockers with shelves and opening doors with catches , below. On the port side is a settee with grey upholstered cushions and backrests. Under the forepart of the settee is folded a crews seat which can be unfolded if required, to enable a person to sit high up and look forward alongside the helmsman.
Under the main cabin sole-
Sis fuel and water tanks ( 450 litres and 150 litres). Full access to the engine by means of removing up to four 2ft square pieces of foamed ply and a supporting beam ( to check engine oil and water, the removal of one piece is sufficient). 300 degrees of easy access is then achieved. Access to the rear of the gearbox is obtained by removing a panel under the cockpit.
Large, self draining with steps up to side decks and a full length seat at rear with upholstered removable cushion, and lockable wet locker underneath. Forward, to port and starboard, wooden wet lockers for access to the beaching leg bolts, a gas cylinder and valve is in the starboard locker. A large lockable hatch with a gas cylinder restraint opens up a storage area below ( about 8 ft by 6 ft), giving access to the batteries, switches, engine water cocks, propeller shaft, and steering mechanism.
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.