SIMILAR BOAT. The Shrimper 21 is the most modern boat in the range, designed to enhance all the magic that the Shrimper series offers with a continued focus on the classic finish and build quality yet offering more space and some new features. The lifting keel gives a shallow 1’10” draught making her ideal for both cruising and inshore exploring. Drying moorings are easily accessible keeping running costs to a minimum. The rig is optimised to make the boat easy to prepare for launching using a clever pivoting bowsprit making mast lifting safe and easy. The very simple track & strap mainsail attachments streamline the rigging process.
This particularly example is effectively presented "as new", well spec'd and only for sale due to a change in personal circumstances.
Currently lying afloat Chichester Marina, West Sussex, viewings available 7 days a week via prior appointment through the Chichester office.Inventory
Raymarine ST1000 autopilot
Raymarine echo-sounder / log
Raymarine wind speed / direction (wireless)
VHF aerial with wind indicator
CQR anchor to 30m x 12mm chain and warp
Classic style anchor chocks
Manual bilge pump
Boathook / whisker pole
Stern boarding ladder
Table for cockpit or cabin
Two manual fire extinguisgersBridge
CORNISH CRABBERS SHRIMPER BUILT IN 2016
Hull Construction: Hand laid solid GRP hull with no foam core. Integral centerplate case laminated as part of the complete hull structure. Internal bunk and forepeak moulding bonded into hull with internal structural bulkheads bonded to both hull and deck mouldings. The hull and deck joint is by way of an overlap or ‘Biscuit Tin Lid’ with GRP bonding.
Deck Construction: Hand laid GRP with Balsa core in way of horizontal load areas. Hard wood pads under deck fittings and stress points.
Length overall: 24’10” (7.57m) including hinged bowsprit
Length over deck: 20’11” (6.40m)
Length of waterline: 20’0" (6.09m)
Beam: 7’10” (2.40m)
Draught: 1’10” – 4’5” (0.57m – 1.35m)
Displacement: 3086lbs (1400kgs)
Sail area: 252ft2 (23.6m2)
Approx towing weight 4410lbs (2000kgs)
RCD category C
All the above figures are approximate.
Coppercoated June 2016
Launched June 2016Machinery
YANMAR 1GM10 (9HP) MARINE DIESEL ENGINE
Shaft drive to 2-bladed propeller
Engine commissioned June 2016
Engine hours run to September 2016: 3 hours approximately
Anode at end of prop shaft
Two 12v batteries for domestic and engine starting
Shorepower connection and cable
Fuse panel upgrade
40amp socket (for dinghy inflation)
Single 30 litre fuel tank
Two water tanks totalling 20 litres
All above figures are approximate
Manual water systemRig
Mainmast: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a stainless steel mast band to take Cap shrouds, jib and mainsail halyards.
All deck mounted on a substantial stainless steel tabernacle.
Main Boom: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a Stainless steel gooseneck fitting, kicker and mainsheet bands and all
associated reefing line leads / terminals.
Bowsprit: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a stainless steel pivot fitting, end plate and bobstay take off points.
Gaff: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a Stainless steel gaff collar with rubber protection on bearing surface. Wire hoist
span and block.
Standing Rigging: Cap shrouds, lower shrouds & forestay in 4mm 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with swagged ends. Chromed rigging screws. Jib mounted on
reefing spar and controls led aft to cockpit.
Running Rigging: Main throat / peak halyards – 6mm braid. Jib &staysail halyards – 6mm braid. Main topping lift – 6mm braid. Mainsail reefing lines –
6mm braid. Mainsail outhaul – 6mm braid. Mainsheet & Jib sheets – 10mm sheet rope. All associated blocks for purchase tackles.
Mainsail: Dacron - 2 reef points with tie in lacing.
Jib: Dacron with wire luff and tell tails & UV protection.
Boom Cover: Fixings to allow for topping lift and mainsheet take off. All sails supplied with, sail numbers, logo and ties.Accommodation
SLEEPS UP TO 4
Full size double berth forward V-berth accessible from saloon
Two full length settees berths aft extending under the cockpit
Galley with double gas burner and fully plumbed sink
Sea toilet under forward cabin berth
Electric cabin lights