|INSPECTION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
"Lewy Lady" is classic Dick Thompson design. A superb sea boat offering shelter of a pilot house, wide uncluttered decks and outstanding accommodation. She is in fact the ideal Tasmanian cruiser. She would be a very comfortable home if you want to live on board.
She is a professionally de Groot built Ferro-cement hull. The de Groot brothers also did the fitout. The hull is very fair and protected by epoxy. It could pass for fibreglass. Everything about the boat is functional and of outstanding quality. Lewy Lady is a young boat being launched in 2005.
A letter/report on Lewy Lady by the builder can be forwarded on request. It should be noted that Lewy Lady is the owner's second ferro boat.
MOTIVATED VENDOR - OFFERS CONSIDERED.
AU $95,000 Huge price reduction
||40' - 12.19m|
||13 T approx.|
|Keel / Ballast
||Long keel with lead infill.|
||Taranna, Little Norfolk Bay, TAS|
||The de Groot Brothers|
||75 HP Lees Ford diesel engine
4 Cylinder with Heat Exchanger. Engine room: Under the saloon floor and can be accessed on all sides.
||Approx 600 litres|
||2 x Freshwater Tanks approx 600 litres combined plus shower tank of 200 litres.|
||Sail Covers and Lazy Jacks|
||The comprehensively equipped helm station is to starboard of the pilot house. Aft is a comfortable settee for the crew. The aft double cabin is accessed via a companionway under the settee. Moving forward, step down into a spacious saloon with comfortable settees (the upholstery fabric is all hard wearing Microfiber) and a substantial dining table. Forward of the bulkhead and to starboard is the galley with the bathroom opposite. An efficient wood-fired stove adds to the crew comfort and ambiance. The forward cabin offers two extra large single berths plus two upper berths. The forepeak is used for storage.
Aft of the Pilot House (to saloon) steps is a large storage compartment. There is also storage under the salon seats.
The layout is very practical. Headroom is around 6'4" throughout.
||Gas Water Heater provides ample water for a shower.|
||Marine toilet in a large bathroom.|
||The galley is huge with plenty of storage and bench top space. The equipment includes a 4 burner gas stove with oven. There is a saltwater pump at the sink for rinsing.|
||12 volt top loading (large ) fridge.|
||SARCA Main Anchor with 50 Meters 10mm Galvanized Anchor Chain
A 20KG Plough Spare Anchor with 100 Meter Anchor Rope
Muir Anchor Winch with Rope Windlass
2 Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blanket
Compass Mariner with back light
Automatic Bilge Pump
Manual Bilge Pump
||65 Watt Solar Panel with Regulator,
120 Watt Solar Panel with Regulator,
2 x 244 Amp Hour 6 Volt Batteries Cabin supply etc.
1 x 12 Volt Engine Start Battery,
1 x 12 Volt Spare House Battery,
150 Watt 240 volt Inverter
Romac TV antenna
|Simrad auto helm (direct drive to the wheel).
Navman VHF Radio Model V7200 (Mizzen Mast Aerial with spare mounted on the cabin top. )
Garman GPS 72 complete with Power and PC interface.
HP Laptop Computer interfaced with the Garman GPS and running CMap navigation
Navman 3100 Wind Instrument (not working)
ICOM HF Radio
Navman 4200 Depth Sounder / Fish Finder
JVC AM/FM Radio / CD with 4 speakers.
||Sails are all in good condition and include a Main, mizzen and headsail on an Allmast furler|
|Mast / Rigging
||Ketch Rig is Aluminium with 3 sails|
||1 x Saltwater Deck Wash Pump and Galley Rinsing facility
Simrad Wheel Steering.
Stainless Steel 5 Step Ladder
2 Speed Lewmar Sheet Winch
2 Halyard Winches