|Marksply 13m Flybridge cruiser. Built to survey and in survey until recently. - (25 + 2 ) Same owner for 20 years who has kept her in top condition throughout. Reluctant sale to downsize.
Triple diagonal 6-mm Kauri planking sheathed in glass
reinforced plastic, supported by 100 x 25-mm frames @ 950-
mm centres over 25 x 25-mm side & bottom stringers @ 200-
mm centres, with 50-mm & 30-mm deep floors @ 475-mm
centres. 18 & 25-mm plywood water tight bulkheads are in
accordance with survey requirements. The transom stern is
50-mm thick and supported by 25 x 75-mm stiffeners.
KEEL & FIXINGS:
200-mm wide hog, length dead wood with a docking strip
below the hull.
DECK & COACH-HOUSE:
Painted GRP balsa cored sandwich construction on weather
decks and cabin sides. The bridge and cockpit structures are
timber and sheathed in GRP
Oiled teak fit-out. The fore and aft decks
are lacquered laid teak and the saloon deck is carpeted. The
head/shower compartment is moulded in GRP and the deck
heads are panelled laminate.
V-berth, marine head to port, pilot berth to starboard and
galley forward, saloon with the engine compartment below
and the bridge deck above midships, and a semi-enclosed
MARINE TOILET: 12-volt TMC-999 head with a polypropylene sullage tank.
SHOWER: Hot and cold pressure fresh water is plumbed to the head
HOT WATER SERVICE: Stainless steel encased HWS heat exchanged by the engine and 240v.
SINK/BASIN: Stainless steel galley and GRP vanity.
ENGINE & EQUIPMENT:
H. P. 270
HOURS: 6650 approx. (at time of publishing)
GEARBOX: Twin Disc gearbox and Volvo Penta 750 stern drive.
CONTROLS: Volvo single lever throttle/gear shift.
STEERING: Hydraulic wheel steering.
CATHODIC PROTECTION: Zinc anodes on the transom housing, cavitation plate and a
ring anode adjacent to the propeller.
SEACOCKS: Bronze ball cocks
EXHAUST: Sea water cooled through a fresh water heat exchanger.
FUEL TANK: 2 x stainless steel tanks - 400-ltrs each. Port & starboard side deck fillers, and vented to the topsides.
INSTRUMENTION: Volvo Penta panels with a tacho, water temperature, oil
pressure & volt gauges, engine hour meter (6600-hours) +
house volt and ammeter gauges. The bridge panel has a
tacho with warning lamps and alarm.
ELECTRICAL WIRING: 12 & 24-volt DC + 240 volt AC.
BATTERIES: 2 x N110MF 12-volt for house use + 2 x 12-volt N70T for the
engine all in battery boxes and connected through rotary and
key isolation switches.
VHF TRANSCEIVER: Beloom + GME Electrophone GX548.
A. M. TRANSCEIVER: Uniden Sea-Wasp MC-4300.
RADIO CASSETTE: GME Electrophone AM/FM/Cassette with Electrophone speakers.
INTERCOMMUNICATIONS: GME Electrophone TH-1 O.
TRANSFORMER/CHARGER: Honeywell 24-volt DC to 240-volt AC inverter.
COMPASS: Saturn with an inclinometer at the lower helm station.
CLOCK/BAROMETER: Barigo barometer & Stockburger barometer/thermometer & quartz clock.
OTHER: Mitsuba trumpet horn. 24-volt windshield wiper.
COOKING FACILITIES: Roden Ranger gas appliance with 2 x burners and oven/grill.
GAS BOTTLE: 4.5-kg Cook-on bottle with regulator and stop solenoid. Cockpit locker vented to the atmosphere.
GAS DETECTOR: BEP Marine Detector + D. V. K. Monitor Systems GA286SV.
REFRIGERATION / ICE BOX: Eutectic fridge and top loading freezer. The compressor
system has been disconnected and the fridge and freezer
are now used as ice boxes.
FRESH WATER TANKS: Polypropylene tank - approx 300-ltrs capacity.
BILGE: 24-volt Rule 2000 submersible pump with a float switch + a
FRESH WATER: Johnson electromagnetic clutch mechanical pump on the
engine + Henderson manual pump and bilge alarm.
24-volt Par Jabsco Par-Max4 with an auto pressure switch.
DECKWASH: 12-volt Shurflo Blaster diaphragm pump.
ANCHOR WINCH: Muir V-900 reversing winch with deck switches and remote
control at both helm stations.
ANCHOR & WARP: Two plough anchors with new 10-mm chain.
SAFETY RAILINGS: 25-mm stainless steel bow rail and 21-mm diameter stainless
steel safety rails on the bridge deck.
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: Port, starboard, stern, steaming and anchor lights.
FENDERS: 4 x large pneumatic.
LIFE RAFT: 2 x 10 person Carley rafts.
LIFE BUOY: 4 x GRP polypropylene rings with mounting racks on the
bridge and transom.
FLARES: 2 x red and 1 x orange flares as per survey requirements
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: 3 x Exelgard 4.5 kg, 1 x 1.5 kg dry chemical extinguishers.
LIFE JACKETS: 27 x Taft Coastal Mk III jackets.
MEDICAL KIT: Trafalgar kit to NSW Maritime requirements.
SPOT LIGHT: Lucas hand held.
OTHER: Wormald fire blanket. Dolphin torch & tool kit with various tools including an axe. All safety equipment as per survey requirements including
CANOPY/COVERS/AWNING S: Bimini and fully enclosed curtains, storm cover and wind dodgers on the bridge, cockpit awning and storm cover, plus breezeway on the windscreen.
Inspections by appointment only.