We sold this super seaboat to her current careful owners. The Commander 32 has a deep long keel, which will allow her to take the ground if required and adds a good amount of protection to the stern gear, fine in the forefoot, with plenty of flair and free-board forward she is a comfortable riding seaboat with good ability from her Yanmars. with 20+ knots available... she sits beautifully at a lazy cruise at 16 knots, and with the newly fitted sound proofing she is a pleasure to "set of in" Super extras with recent synthetic Teak to all deck areas, and big new garmin plotter radar with digital scanner, must be seen. priced realistically in comparison to others out there!
Please contact James Dickens at +44 (0)2380 841100
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Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
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Category B. Twin shaft semi-displacement sedan style cruiser with self draining cockpit aft and sliding vertical doors aft.
By Hardy marine in Norfolk with Heavy GRP hull and superstructure with Teak based interior fit out, to a design by Andrew Wolstenholme. Fine deep entry forward with hard chine and and medium deep vee section to run flatter aft. Semi-tunneled sections aft over props and substantial 3/4 length keel, which is deeper than her stern gear.
Fuel in alloy tank of 192 gallons and water of 75 gallons plus hot water caloriifer. she has a waste hilding tank of approx 30 gallons.
Loa 33'9" (10.29m) Beam 11'8" (3.55m) Draught 3'1" (0.93m) Air draught (without radar!) 8'11" (2.72m) Displacement approx 6.5 Tons.
Twin Yanmar 6lp-DTE 6 cylinder turbo diesels driving through reduction gearboxes (ZF Hurth HSW 630-A1 2.04:1) and straight shafts to four bladed bronze propellers. last service March 2012. Approx 330 hours run from new. these units give her 25+ knots max and should cruiser her easily at late teens. (the owners find that 16-18 is where they tend to sit her).
Twin big singles forward, double dinette conversion to port and double conversion to saloon/wheelhouse.
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio, Raytheon ST60 Tridata unit, (log echo sounder) raytheon ST600+ autopilot, Garmin 3kw Digital radar scanner with SUPERB new Garmin plotter/radar screen (2011).
larger Yanmar engine choice, Synthetic Teak to all deck areas, 2011, screen demister to helm screen, freshwater screen wash, Holding tank with deck and underwater discharge, fender baskets, life belts with brackets, auxillary bracket aft, snap davits to aft platform, trim tabs, 4 man life raft, service due. 12v outlet to cockpit, (INFLATABLE DINGHY AND OUTBOARD MAY BE AVAILABLE SEPARATELY)
We sold this boat to her current owners a couple of years ago, (survey copy available) we have as a result good paperwork history. First owner had her for a very short period, due to ill health she was sold on to her second owners. They had her for around 9 years, then the current owners have had her for two. Well maintained and she has had a recent dealer service, and again she has just hada dealer oil change etc.. even though her hours probably dont support it need.
Smart, solid built boats with excellent ability at sea. see the VIDEOWALK on our own website.