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    Accommodation<br /><br />The accommodation is simple, spartan and completely practical. There is a double berth forward under the foredeck. In the centre of the boat there is a rudimentary galley to port with single burner gas hob, small sink and freshwater supplied from a jerrycan. There are two comfortable seating positions port and starboard allowing a watchkeeper to sleep safely on either tack whilst staying close to the cockpit and ready for action. There is a chemical toilet.<br /><br />Mechanical Systems<br /><br />Located on bracket at the transom, Tohatsu M3.5B2 short shaft 3.5 hp four stroke outboard engine. Hand start. Forward-Neutral shifting with 360 steering. Integral fuel tank giving approximately 4 mile range at 4 knots cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 5 knots. Last serviced Autumn 2015.<br /><br />Electrical Systems<br /><br /> 12 volt battery<br /> Solar panels<br /><br /><br />Spars & Sails<br /><br />Fractional rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (2015). Backstay adjuster. Terylene and Dyneema running rigging. Asymmetric boom. Salb reefing mainsail. Hank-on headsails. All lines led aft to cockpit. Two Lewmar 16 self tailing sheet winches. Two Lewmar 7 control line winches. <br /><br /> Mainsail - Incidence - good<br /> Solent jib - Incidence - good<br /> Storm jib - very good<br /> Trysail - unused<br /> Masthead asymmetric - Hood - good<br /> Fractional asymmetric - Doyle - good<br /> Masthead asymmetric - Incidence - good<br /> Code 0 - usuable<br /><br /><br />Deck Equipment<br /><br /> 7kg anchor with chain and warp<br /> Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires<br /> Sail cover<br /> Various warps and fenders<br /><br /><br />Navigation Equipment<br /><br /> Suunto steering compass<br /> Tacktick depth<br /> Tacktick boatspeed and log<br /> Tacktick windspeed and direction<br /> VHF radio with GPS<br /> Autohelm ST2000+ autopilot<br /> Masthead tricolour navigation light<br /><br /><br />Safety Equipment<br /><br /> Radar reflector<br /> Two fire extinguishers<br /> Fire blanket<br /> Jackstays<br /> Cockpit harness eyes<br /> First aid kit<br /> Manual bilge pump<br /><br /><br />Additional Equipment<br /><br /> Four wheel galvanised road trailer<br /><br /><br />Construction<br /><br />Built in 1993 by Pierre Rolland to his own design. White painted GRP hull. White painted GRP superstructure with painted non-slip to deck. Fin keel with bulb ballast. Aft self draining cockpit. Twin rudders with tiller steering. <br /><br />Additional Comments<br /><br />Built for the 1993 miniTransat, sailed in the 1995 miniTransat and other Mini 6.50 races including the mini Fastnet. The owner bought her to find out what a Mini 650 was like to sail and was totally surprised. He reports that the boat fells like a 40 footer, beautifully balanced, stable and very quick. She has been on a swinging mooring and wintered ashore. Since buying the boat, he has given her a complete refit (he is an experienced boatbuilder), renewing the standing rigging, removing and correctly refitting all the deck fittings, improvng the mainsheet system, rebuilding the companionway, adding a new autopilot, battery and VHF, and generally optimising the deck layout to make the boat easy and efficient to sail. She was antifouled in the Spring this year, so the boat is ready to sail away. <br /><br />Easy to sail, loads of fun and very quick. The absolute antithesis of the average modern family cruiser, this tough little boat is for those who hate modern inconveniences but love to sail...fast
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    Manufacturer:TRANSAT MINI
    Model:TRANSAT MINI 6.5
    Year built:1993
    Length (m):6.50
    Beam (m):3.7
    Draft (m):2
    No. of engines:1
    Material hull:kunststoff
    Hull nameeinrumpfbootModelm3.5b2
    Rig namesloopEngine maketohatsu
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