Salar 40 Pilot house sloop


Price
AU $100,000 Negotiable Finance
Currency
Length
39' 4" - 12.00m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Langkawi Insurance
Launch Year
1985
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP Fibreglass

Clementine 1 is a great example of this renowned design.
She is set up for cruising with water maker, radar two plotters, hot and cold water auto pilot, solar panels ect
Has dinghy with new 15 hp Yamaha outboard.
Solid build out of hand laid fibreglass with solid centre cockpit.


Price
AU $100,000 Negotiable    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Clementine1
Launch Year
1985
Length
39' 4" - 12.00m
Beam
3.6
Draft
1.8
Vessel Location
Langkawi
Region
Asia
Designer
Laurent Giles
Builder
Clem masters
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP Fibreglass
Engine
Very good condition Raycor primary fuel filter
Engine Make
Yanmar
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
56
Fuel Type
Diesel
Fuel Consumption
4 lph @ 1200 rpm
Max Speed
9knts
Cruise Speed
6-7
Propulsion
Shaft
Genset
Portable
Fuel
400
Water
800 ltrs
Outboard
New Yamaha 15
Covers
Boom cover - new
Fwd cover as new
Accommodation
V berth
Saloon berths
Double aft cabin
Cabins
2
Berths
6
Shower
Yes
Toilet
New jabsco electric
Entertainment
Tv
Stereo
DVD player
Air-Con
Yes portable
Refrigeration
Inbuilt and portable 40 ltr Engle - new
Water-Maker
Yes. 20 lph
Hot Water
Yes
Ground Tackle
Maxwell hrc 10 with 89 mtrs 10 mm chain
Life Raft
Reverve 6 man serviced July 18
Epirb
X 2 both registered
Life Jackets
X 6 plus two child jackets
Flares
Yes
Fire Protection
Fixed fire installation for engine room. Fire blanket and extinguisher in gally
Sail Inventory
Mainsail- fair condition
Headsail - good condition
Genoa- good condition
Spinika good condition
Mast / Rigging
Standing rigging replaced 2018
Remarks
For full inventory an 2018 out of water inspection details pls e mail
Rednut74@hotmail. Com

CONTACT DETAILS
Name
Glen brumley
Telephone
City / Suburb
Margaret River
State
SA
Country
Australia


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