Jarkan 10.5


Price
AU $54,000 Ono Finance
Currency
Length
34' 5" - 10.50m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Lake Macquarie NSW Insurance
Year
1980
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

This well maintained Jarken sloop is ready to go cruising again.

Owned by experienced cruisers and well set up.

Current owners installed new motor / refrigertion / windlass / autopilot / furler / LED nav lights and lots more

These boats are renowned ocean boats and comes well equipped with covers and complete set of sails.

Antifouled and engine serviced June 2016. All bronze fittings below the water line. Stainess steel fuel tanks.

Comes with a full range of navigational gear and electrics.

New engine 2008

Antifouled and engine serviced June 2016.

Mast Steps to make checking the rig easier.

Sat phone

Dinghy

4 Man life raft ( needs service)

1 x 50 and 2 x 60 w solar panels

Furler installed 2011

Auto-pilot installed 2006

AIS / EPIRB

Boom Brake

No 2 Genoa two years old / genaker as new with snuffer / heavy weather sail on inner forestay in deck bag/ hank on inner forestay sail in locker / fully battened main plus spare main (small)

Lazy Jacks

NSW and Australian Registered so she is ready to go overseas if required.

V Berth and Aft cabin accommodation.

Anchors - Manson Supreme/Danforth/CQR

4 new batteries 2014

LED Nav lights 2009

Holding tank


If you plan to go cruising let us know as the owner has extensive charts and books for the Australian East Coast and Tasmania


Don't miss out, make an appointment today. Call Peter on 1800180053 and book a viewing now!


BEAM: 3.34 metres
DRAFT: 1.76 metres
BUILDER: Jarkan Yachts in 1980 to an Alan Blackburn design.

CONStRUCTION:
Sherbro is hull No 5 from the Jarkan 10.5 mould.
The one-piece solid fibreglass hull moulding includes the fin keel and rudder skeg.
The lead ballast is internal and fibreglassed in place.
The fibreglass rudder is hung on the trailing edge of the skeg.
The foam cored deck moulding includes the raised cabin and the self-draining centre cockpit.
The aluminium mast is stepped on deck with a stainless steel compression post.
The 2008 suvey described the vessel - to be "heavily constructed with scantlings exceeding accepted standards".

LAYOUT
A bulkhead with an access hatch separates the chain locker from the forward cabin. The separate forward
- cabin has a large vee-berth with storage space below. A hatch above the berth provides
natural light and ventilation. The main bulkhead separates the forward cabin from the
saloon. A small opening hatch in the deck head above the saloon and large cabin side
windows provide natural light in the saloon. To Starboard is a table and settees which
seats four and a fill-length settee/berth to Port. Outboard on each side are storage
cupboards and shelves. At the base of the companionway to Port is the galley featuring a
Ravia two burner methylated spirit stove, large deep stainless steel sink and under bench
refrigerator space. A new Danfoss refrigeration unit has been fitted (2008). The galley sink is
provided with pressurised fresh water. Storage space is ample. To Starboard is the chart
table and navigation area. Aft of the galley is a storage area and workshop space. In the
passageway on the Starboard side is the toilet compartment fitted with a new electric
marine toilet, a hand held shower and vanity. The aft cabin has a large berth, settee,
ample storage space and access to the steering gear. The interior of the vessel has a
traditional appearance with clear finished timber bulkheads and joinery. The bench tops
are finished in laminate.

ANCHORS AND GROUND TACKLE
The anchor locker is accessed by a hatch in the foredeck.
Manson 351b anchor rigged with 96 metres of 8mm gal chain.
A new Quick Winch low voltage electric anchor winch is fitted (2008).
Spare anchors include a 271b CQR anchor rigged with 10 metres of 3/8 gal chain
and a quantity of rope and a Danforth anchor.

NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Mounted on the steering binnacle is a Plastimo Olympic 135 magnetic compass.
Mounted on the main bulkhead are a clock, barometer and thermometer/hygrometer. The
vessel has a comprehensive electronic fit out including:
o Autohelm Seatalk depth sounder
o VDO Sumlog
o Navman 3150 Wind instruments (New)
o Coursemaster CM85i autopilot (New)
o Seiwa Barramundi Plus GPS Chartplotter incorporating AIS (2008)
o GME GX558A VHF marine transceiver
o GME GX284 27MHz marine transceiver
o Oregon Scientific hand held VHF transceiver

FUEL WATER AND HOLDING TANKS
Total fresh water capacity is 224 litres in two stainless steel tanks below the Port
settee (91 litres) and Starboard side dinette (133 litres). Aft of the engine below the
cockpit is a stainless steel fuel tank with a capacity of 106 litres.
A new polyethylene holding tank and associated plumbing has been installed in
the aft cabin (2008).

MAST AND RIGGING
Painted aluminium mast and boom.
Spinnaker pole.
The double spreader rig has twin lowers and
running backstays in addition to the fixed backstay.
2007- New Standing Rig work, which included removal of the rig for inspection and replacement of all the
standing rigging ( April 2007 by Scott Hinton at Scooter Sails Yamba). The rigging is
8mm and 6.4mm lxi 9 316 stainless steel.
Two Barlow 27 two speed self-tailing winches are fitted on the cockpit coaming.
Additional winches are fitted on the coach house and at the mast. Stainless steel wire
safety lines are supported on stainless steel stanchions.

ENGINE
Set below the cockpit, the machinery space is accessed from both sides and
forward providing good access for maintenance and servicing. A new 30 horsepower
Yanmar model 3YM30 marine diesel engine serial number E12522 has been installed (2008). A
new Lasdrop PSS drip less shaft seal and flexible engine mounts and shaft coupling has
been fitted (2008). The engine belt drives a battery charging alternator with a Xantrex Smart
regulator and a Jabsco type pump for engine heat exchanger cooling.

ELECTRICAL
The vessel has a Xantrex 240 volt battery charger and a Xantrex Smart regulator
fitted to the engine driven alternator.
Additional battery charging is provided by two 60 watt solar panels mounted on
the coach house and a 55 watt solar panel which mounts on the pushpit rail when at sea.
The batteries consist of four 120 amp hour batteries securely mounted in battery boxes.
All of the batteries can be selected in various combinations for house and engine start duties.
The 240 volt AC circuits appear to be professionally installed and are circuit breaker protected (per 2008 survey description).


Price
AU $54,000 Ono    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Sherbro
Boat Reference
1071640
Year
1980
Length
34' 5" - 10.50m
Beam
3.34 metres
Vessel Location
Lake Macquarie Nsw
Region
New South Wales
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Engine Make
Yanmar
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
30
Engine Hours
950
Dinghy
Yes
Covers
Yes
Ground Tackle
Yes

CONTACT DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Australian Boat Brokers
Telephone
Fax
02 4958 8812
Address
1 Nanda Street
Marmong Point
City / Suburb
Lake Macquarie
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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