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Fox's Yacht Sales Ltd

Fox's Marina
Ipswich
IP2 8SA
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1473 684300

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1993 44' SPRAY CUTTER

£84,950 (Listed price: US$136,736)

Unknown,Netherlands

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Description/Condition

This appears to be a heavily built cruising yacht with large fuel and water capacities giving the opportunity for extended cruising.

In her present ownership since 2007, she had previously cruised to the Canaries, Azores and onto the Mediterranean before returning to UK waters.

A good layout below decks with two double cabins forward, a large galley and main heads compartment, complimented with a comfortable deck saloon and the two additional single cabins aft.

As well as helming from the cockpit, she can also be steered by joystick pilot control from the deck saloon, great for cold or wet days at sea.




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Beam 14 ftDraft Board/Drive Up 4 ft 6 in 
Engine Make FordEngine Model 6 cylinder 
Fuel Capacity 237 galLength at Waterline 44 ft 
Length Overall 47 ftHolding Tank Size 58.12 gal 
Water Capacity 700 galStock Number FYS REF 2100 
Number of Engines 1    
For Sale by

Fox's Marina
Ipswich
IP2 8SA
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1473 684300

Build

GRP “One-Off” aft cockpit long keeled cruising yacht. Cutter rigged, with raised deck saloon and accommodation for 6.

Moulded by Cambrian Plastics of Bridgend, Wales to owners design based on the Robets Spray class. Launched 1993.

Construction

White heavy duty GRP multi chine hull, hand laid over a retained wooden plug. 3ft bowsprit. Long keel with encapsulated steel shot ballast. Keel hung rudder with Whitlock Mamba wheel steering. Beam supported GRP deck overlaid with Treadmaster non-slip surfaces and raised deck saloon. Self-draining aft cockpit.

Engines

Ford 125hp 6 cylinder diesel engine, flexibly mounted beneath the deck saloon. Closed circuit cooling with heat exchanger and wet exhaust. Hurth 2:1 reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven 3 bladed propeller. Single lever engine controls to cockpit and deck saloon.

Vetus bow thrusters.

Tankage

1,200 litres fuel in two GRP tanks – possible range of over 2,000 miles.

1,400 litres fresh water in 2 x GRP tanks.

100 litre calorifier hot water tank with immersion heater.

220 litre grey/black holding tank

Fuel tanks in engine compartment. Water tanks under forward berths. Holding tank under galley floor.

Electrics

12 volt system – 800ah domestic battery power. 100ah engine start battery. 2 x Engine alternators (1 x 125ah, 1 x 45ah). 1,500w inverter.  Air Marine wind generator. 4 x windscreen wipers. Interior and navigation lights. Battery monitor.

220 volt system – Shorepower system. 15ah domestic battery charger. 1.5kw petrol generator and 20ah battery charger. Immersion heater in hot water tank. Microwave 3 in 1, grill/oven.

Spars & Rigging

Deck stepped cutter rig. Silver alloy double spreader mast with slab reefing boom and self tacking staysail boom. Profurl roller furling headsail system. Original 1x19 s/steel standing rigging. Prestretched Terylene running rigging. Lazyjacks.

 

Sails

  • Full battened mainsail – (new 2005)
  • Furling Genoa – (new 2009)
  • Staysail – hank-on (serviced 2005)
  • Cruising Chute with snuffer (new 2005)
  • Spare original Genoa (serviced 2009)

Winches

  • 4 x Gibb Sheetmaster winches on mast.
  • 2 x Maxwell 29 Genoa winches
  • 2 x Maxwell 25 secondary winches

Navigation Equipment

  • Plastimo binnacle compass
  • Raytheon RX10 radar
  • Standard Horizon 1000C 10” colour GPS plotter
  • Clipper Navtex receiver
  • ICOM M421 DSC VHF radio
  • Raymarine ST7000 autopilot with dual controls
  • ST60 windspeed/direction
  • ST50 speed, depth and nav’ data displays
  • GPS

Accommodations

6 Berths – from forward:-

Chain locker. Forepeak with heads compartment to starboard – marine toilet. Storage area to port. Double cabins – to port and starboard both with wash basin and hanging lockers. Galley – to starboard with twin s/s sinks, Gimballed gas cooker with 2 hobs, grill and oven. Microwave oven and storage. Main heads – midships to port with electric toilet, wash basin and shower. Steps up to Deck saloon – U shaped seating to stbd with chart/nav’ area to port. Navigators seat. Assorted storage. Access to port and starboard aft cabins, each with a single berth. Steps up from saloon to companionway.

Equipment includes: Blue Draylon upholstery to saloon. Patterned curtains. 17” LCD TV/DVD. Multimedia system including surround sound. Electric heating. Gas water heater.

Deck Equipment

S/steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires with gates to port and starboard. Electric anchor windlass with rope & chain gypsy. 35lb Manson Supreme anchor and chain, Brittany anchor.  Bow, stern and spring cleats. Blue canvas mainsail cover, folding sprayhood plus cockpit enclosure canopy and cockpit dodgers with name on. Stern boarding ladder. Cockpit table. Two swivelling seats at aft end of cockpit. Assorted mooring warps and fenders.

Safety Equipment

6 man liferaft (last serviced 2005). Warning horn. McMurdo 406 EPIRB. 2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys. Emergency tiller. 3 x bilge pumps.

FYS Comments

This appears to be a heavily built cruising yacht with large fuel and water capacities giving the opportunity for extended cruising.
In her present ownership since 2007, she had previously cruised to the Canaries, Azores and onto the Mediterranean before returning to UK waters.
A good layout below decks with two double cabins forward, a large galley and main heads compartment, complimented with a comfortable deck saloon and the two additional single cabins aft.
As well as helming from the cockpit, she can also be steered by joystick pilot control from the deck saloon, great for cold or wet days at sea.

Disclaimer

In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor.  The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.  Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.