Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Total Power: 480
Construction Hull constructed in a composite structure using vinylester resin and a combination of e-glass, Kevlar and carbon fibre. The hull gelcoat is in dark blue with a gold cove line and single white boot top line with an off/white deck and superstructure. The side decks and forward coachroof are in GRP with a moulded pattern for improved grip. The interior is executed in oak with teak and holly soles and red leather trim. The galley and heads surfaces are in Avonite. Mechanical Data 2 x Yanmar 6LY3M-ETP 480hp diesels independently installed with water injected exhaust systems, starter batteries, electrics and plumbing 2 x Hamilton 292 Jet units are driven through ZF reduction gearboxes and lay shafts. There is a Hamilton Blue Arrow computerized control system for low speed maneuvering at the helm station operated by a `mouseboat’ controller including master control display and independent back up The engine compartment is insulated with specialist sound proofing material, service lights and an automatic fire extinguisher Trim tabs with LED display at Helm Electronic fuel gauges are fitted and displayed at Helm and 2 Racor fuel filters/water separators are fitted with alarms at the Helm. Bilge pumps – separate forward and aft automatic pumps are direct wired and there is a 3 way switch allowing on – off – automatic Electric hydraulic steering. Electrical System 4 x House batteries of 360 amps total Engine and generator battery starting bank – 300 amps Mastervolt MICC Battery Management System Charging of house and engine batteries from both engine alternators. Port engine alternator is a 180amp Belmar with smart regulator All batteries can be charged in addition by a Mastervolt 100amp charger 12v DC electrical system with circuit breaker protection supplied via heavy duty battery isolator switches AC 220V system with protected ringmain and dockside connection with 20m power cable Double outlet sockets in saloon, forward cabin, galley and engine room Mastervolt Battery charger/invertor – 100amps/2kW Distribution panel with isolator and circuit breakers Interior lighting in halogen, with additional saloon and forward cabin reading lights, chart table light and 6 x LED low level cockpit lights 12vdc socket in cockpit for dinghy inflator Mastervolt Whisper 6000, 230v diesel generator with acoustic shield, remote controls and monitoring to battery charger, ring main and electric hob Tankage Fuel Capacity 1660 litres 365 imperial gallons in 2 baffled aluminium tanks under each side deck each one is dedicated to 1 engine. A balance pipe is installed for interconnection of tanks if required Water Capacity 340 litres 75 imperial gallons in an integral tank. WC holding tank with contents gauge, sea discharge and deck pump out facility Water Systems Pressurised hot and cold water system to galley, WC and hot and cold deck shower in cockpit. Water is heated via Engine Calorifier and a 200v immersion heater Galley sinks drain through separate outlet Discharge pump for shower and heads washbasin Deck Equipment The foredeck has a flush locker for the anchor and chain and the fold out stemhead roller is housed flush within the anchor locker when not in use. PAR anchor salt water deck wash The forward coachroof has 3 glazed opening hatches over the forward cabin, heads and galley. There are 6 stainless steel clear and remote fillers for fuel, water and holding tank pump out. There are 4 stainless steel padeyes for fender attachment port and starboard. There is a bow staff on the bow pulpit forward and ensign staff aft. The toerail trim and handrails are in teak all high gloss varnished. The cockpit sole and stern platform are teak decked as with the cockpit seats which have storage beneath. There is fender and fishing rod stowage and a teak cockpit on a stainless steel frame with a drinks fridge. The table is varnished and has an overall cover. The cockpit is self draining. The stern platform incorporates fittings for a stainless steel bathing ladder. The deckhouse roof carries a teak mast and radar and electronics antennas. Bimini cover and retractable frame including fully enclosed cockpit cover incorporating zip door and acrylic windows Fore deck cushions in Sunbrella External sunscreen covers to protect the woodwork in the saloon for the front window Dinghy and 4 stroke outboard Liferaft Navigational Equipment Raymarine ST60 Sailing instrumentation with log, boat speed and depth with Wind Rotovecta transducer mounted on the mast, display mounted in front of the boatmouse and infaced with the E120 radar/plotter system Raymarine ST6001 autopilot with hydraulic drive Raymarine E120 Radar/plotter with 12 channel global positioning GPS antenna mounted on mast Ray 240E VHF Horn controlled at nav station High speed Compass with lighting Remote controlled spotlight on mast Domestic Equipment Combination Microwave with oven, and grill and 220v electric hob. Front opening stainless steel electric refrigerator, ice box/freezer, portable Waeco Coolfeeze unit Counter surfaces in Avonite with double stainless steel galley sink and mixer tap delivering hot and cold water Lockers for provisions and utensils and custom stowage for cutlery, crockery and glassware. Oyster crockery and cutlery set and glassware – all for 6 people. Rubbish bin Fisher & Paykel dishwasher with timber front Cruisair 16000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning to the saloon. 7000BTU Stowaway air conditioning 240v 50Hz to the forward cabin Low level heaters in saloon and galley Push button freshwater Quiet Flush WC with valves for outboard discharge or holding tank 20” Flat screen TV and DVD player in main saloon FM radio with CD speakers in the saloon and cockpit 1 x 12v telephone charger socket Accommodation From forward The Forward Cabin has a large double berth with custom mattress on a base that hinges to give access to large under berth storage with a gas strut. There is an ample hanging locker with rail to port and to starboard there is a vanity unit with drawers beneath and hanging locker. There are overhead lockers with lighting beneath on dimmer switches. There is a night screen on the overhead hatch. A full length mirror is fitted on the inside of the forward cabin door. The Heads Compartment is accessed from the main passageway or from the Forward Cabin. There is a vanity area in grey Avonite with integral washbasin with mixer tap and a mirror above. Beneath this is storage. The GRP moulding allows for a separate shower stall and integral mixer tap and shower rose. There is a fixed oval port and opening overhead hatch for fair weather ventilation. There is also a night screen. The heads is a Quiet Flush WC which is push button. The galley is to port and is a half U with grey Avonite surfaces and a double sink and mixer tap supplying hot and cold water. There is a front opening fridge and plenty of stowage for utensils and provisions and dishwasher with timber front fitted flush with surrounding joinery. There is also custom stowage for cutlery, crockery and glassware with stainless steel fiddles together with a rubbish bin. Cooking is provided with a 220v 2 burner hob and combination microwave which also has oven and grilling functions. There is an overhead hatch with sky screen. There is additional storage under the galley soleboard. Step up to the Helm Station where there are 2 x shock dampened adjustable pilot seats with footrests for helmsman and pilot. The sole is raised port and starboard to accommodate this. There are recessed cupholders at both positions. Navigation instruments and other operational controls are all in range of the helmsman. The Hamilton Blue Arrow control is there together with throttle controls and individual single lever throttle/waterjet controls. Controls are here for the electric windscreen wipers with freshwater wash for the forward windscreens. This area incorporates a countertop for chart use, together with flat screen display and DVD system. The Saloon has sofas port and starboard in red leather and the cabin sole as elsewhere is in teak and holly. Access to the machinery is here. The sofas double as berths with additional upholstery and the whole saloon sofa areas both port and starboard are hinged to allow access to the machinery beneath. 2 joinered saloon tables on pedestals are fitted in this area with folding leaves which join together to create a large table if needed. There are port and starboard electric pop down windows either side of the substantial door into the cockpit. There are 2 hatches with sky screens, rear door curtain on tracks and side window blinds in UV protective fabric. The Aft Cockpit has lots of seating space port and starboard with a large varnished teak table with a refrigerated interior. Broker’s Remarks JOLLY GOOD is well named. She is in sparkling condition and is fun to use and beautifully made. She offers pace with her Hamilton jet drives and there is remarkable detail in every area of the yacht to ensure that she is the perfect lunch boat. Her cockpit is vast and main saloon bright and airy with its oak joinery and red leather. She has been superbly specified for Northern Waters use, yet would be equally at home in warmer waters. She has been sparingly used and professionally maintained from Day One.
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.