£19,995 (US$24,398) tax included
|Offered By||Maiden Marine|1979 SHE 33
Shiva is a well maintained example of a SHE 33, a classic Sparkman & Stevens design well built by South Hants Engineering. Last out of the water in July of 2021 when she was cleaned and re-antifouled, no hull deficiencies were noted at this time. This vessel is well equipped for offshore sailing carrying both wind and solar power generators, a comprehensive range of navigational aids including a class B AIS transceiver. Safety equipment is also comprehensive and includes a new Ocean Safety four person liferaft. Also included in the sale is a new Talamex inflatable tender complete with a Honda 2hp outboard (not new). Shiva is currently in commission and ready to go exploring as far as the owner would wish to take her, from blue water sailing to pottering around the Scottish Islands. She is currently set up for single handed sailing.
Keith Morgans, Maiden Marine Whitehaven
Whitehaven Marina, Bulwark Quay, Whitehaven, Cumbria CA28 7HS
Tel: 07825 815430 Email: email@example.com
Constructed of GRP with cast iron fin keel and skeg mounted rudder, mast and spars are of aluminium alloy. The decks and coach roof were factory fitted with SHE Deck, a proprietary form of synthetic decking developed by South Hants Engineering. This form of decking is resilient and long lived but tends to suffer cosmetically to long time exposure to theelements. Shiva's decks have been painted to mach the vessel's canvas work.
Shiva is fitted with a Beta 20 marine diesel engine developing 18hp. This is not the original engine and was installed new in 2002 along with a new shaft and propeller.
Sails and Rigging
Sails are said to be in a used but serviceable condition, the wardrobe comprises of main sail, furling genoa, hank on foresail, storm jib (Unused) and a conventional spinnaker. The age of the standing rigging is uncertain, running rigging is mostly recent.
compass; echo sounder; log, wind; DSC VHF; GPS; Chart plotter; auto pilot; two anchors; electric windlass; clock; barometer; bilge pumps; boathook; nav lights; gas alarm; boarding ladder; spray hood; cockpit tent; lazy jack bag.
Accommodation and layout
The accommodation is warm and comfortable and predominantly finished in teak hard wood and veneers. Traditional layout with vee berths in the forward cabin, heads and hanging lockers between fore cabin and saloon. The saloon is spacious, comfortable and provides a wealth of storage plus a pilot berth to port and further berths if required. The galley is located aft of the saloon on the starboard side and is supplied with a manual water supply and a gas powered Flavell Vanessa stove, a microwave oven is built in forward of the galley. The navigation space is aft of the saloon on the portside with a quarter berth further aft. The vessel benefits from having diesel powered warm air heating system by Webasto, the heater was installed a mere two years ago.
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.
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