Anonymous: Anderson 4/5 berth sea going fin keeler From Andy Seedhouse Boats



Anderson 4/5 berth sea going fin keeler

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A Lot of Boat For Only...
LOA: 32' 0" Beam: 9' 6" Draft: Max: 4' 9" Min: 0' 0" Berths: 5 Built: 1977By: Anderson YachtsConstruction: GRP & wood trimRig: Bermudan masthead sloopKeel: Fin Keel Engine: Volvo Penta dieselTrailer: no
One of the well known sturdily built Anderson 32s with a diesel, ful galley, 5 berths,separate toilet & loads of gear.
Details as supplied by our client.

LOA: 9.14m LWL: 7.30m Beam: 2.97m Draft Min: 1.44m

Displacement: c.4,572kg (10,081.3lbs)

Headroom: 1.83m Construction: GRP Underwater profile: Fin
Finish: Gelcoat finish
Engine make and model: Volvo Penta & the engine was recently fully serviced.
Engine Cooled: Direct
Steering: Wheel (earlier models on a tiller)
Fuel capacity: 50.0 ltr (11.0 G) Total - 1 Tank (recently flushed out)
Water capacity: 120.0 ltr (26.4 G) Total - 1 Tank (located in forecabin)
She comes with a unused vhf radio & depth finder, electronic bilge and new marine battery. (first two still in their packaging).
Accommodation is fine with a decent sized galley, and the saloon is spacious and has room to sit the whole crew round the table.
The 30/90 is the largest boat in the Hurley family, and only a limited number were built. The Anderson 30 is a development of the Hurley 30 design. Produced in Dartmouth by Ian Anderson's own company Western Approaches Ltd in the late 70's early 80's this version, incorporated modifications to the hull between the fin and the skeg. This allowed for an in-line propeller arrangement with consequently better handling under engine power than the previous offset propeller. The price at the time was high and naturally affected demand and so only somewhere around 23 of these yachts were built.
Like the earlier Hurley versions the Anderson 30 is a stiff dry boat sailing well in moderate to heavy air and a moderate sea. The Whitlock wheel steering, which was fitted as standard, served to reduce the heavy weather helm experienced on the earlier tiller steered Hurley's.
Sloop rigged Aluminium spars with stainless steel standing rigging.
A very spacious family yacht needing some cosmetic work inside hence the VERY cheap price.
She is lying ashore locally - viewing by appointment please.