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    Contessa - 38

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    <h2>Contessa 38 built in 1973 - A rare opportunity to purchase this classic racing yacht from the 1970s, built by Jeremy Rogers based upon a design by Sparkman and Stephens. One of only six built, she was designed to IOR rules, competing in the 1973 One-Ton cup series. Subsequently converted for cruising, she raced and cruised in Baltic waters and then the Mediterranean for nearly 20 years before being purchased by her current Owner in 1997. Please contact Ancasta Plymouth for further information and viewing arrangements.<br />

    </h2>Inventory<br />
    NAVIGATION AIDS<br />
    Raymarine Pathfinder Radar Scanner mounted on mast and interfaced to chartplotters<br />
    Tricolour masthead navigation light<br />
    Deck level navigation light set (bow + stern)<br />
    Steaming light on mast<br />
    Deck floodlight on mast<br />
    <br />
    COCKPIT: B&amp;G Triton multi-function display (wind speed, boat speed &amp; depth), NASA depth display, Raystar 125 GPS Receiver (network connection to chart plotters)<br />
    <br />
    NAVPOD AT WHEEL: Raymarine RL72C chartplotter, Navman G-Pilot 3100 display (Navman G-Pilot Display is not working although the autopilot still functions correctly)<br />
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    CHART TABLE: Shipmate VHF radio telephone, Raymarine RL72C chartplotter (networked with cockpit plotter), Trimble Transpak2, 8 channel GPS receiver (backup), Navman autopilot processor, original (redundant) B&amp;G instruments in-situ<br />
    <br />
    GROUND TACKLE<br />
    Simpson Lawrence Anchorman 1000 electric windlass<br />
    35lb CQR anchor with 35m of 8mm chain plus 35m warp<br />
    10kg Bruce anchor<br />
    Kedge anchor<br />
    <br />
    GENERAL EQUIPMENT<br />
    Mainsail cover (blue)<br />
    Sprayhood (blue)<br />
    Dodgers (blue with boat name in white)<br />
    Excel 290 inflatable dinghy (NEW 2010)<br />
    Tohatsu 3.5HP outboard motor (NEW 2010)<br />
    Teak cockpit table<br />
    Various warps and fenders<br />
    Teak washboard<br />
    Polycarbonate washboard (10mm thick)<br />
    2 x Dorade ventilators<br />
    2 x mushroom ventilators<br />
    Chronometer &amp; barometer on saloon bulkhead<br />
    <br />
    SAFETY EQUIPMENT<br />
    Aluminium pulpit, stainless steel pushpit, stanchions and double guardwires<br />
    Jackstays<br />
    2 x horseshoe lifebuoys<br />
    Danbuoy (telescopic)<br />
    Distress flares (expiry Dec 2020)<br />
    Radar reflector<br />
    Drogue (Delta 72&quot;)<br />
    Plastimo Cruiser ORC 6-man valise liferaft (NEW 1996, next service due 2019)<br />
    Bridge<br />
    Contessa 38<br />
    Built by Jeremy Rogers, Lymington, 1973<br />
    Based on a design by Sparkman &amp; Stephens<br />
    <br />
    GRP hull, deck and superstructure<br />
    6cm deep stringers running fore and aft over the full length of the vessel<br />
    Steel sub-frame under the mast and above keel<br />
    Lead keel bolted to stub with keel bolts also passing through sub-frame<br />
    Interior trim of teak and teak faced plywood<br />
    <br />
    DIMENSIONS<br />
    LOA: 11.7m<br />
    LWL: 9.6m<br />
    BEAM: 3.5m<br />
    DRAFT: 2.0m<br />
    DISPLACEMENT: 9.0t<br />
    BALLAST: 4.0t<br />
    *All figures are approximate<br />
    Machinery<br />
    50HP diesel engine driving a 3 bladed folding propeller through a V-drive gearbox, flexible coupling and stainless steel shaft<br />
    <br />
    Nanni 4.220HE 4 cylinder 50HP diesel engine (NEW 2005)<br />
    ZF63 IV V-drive gearbox (NEW 2007)<br />
    Centaflex CF-M-160 flexible coupling (NEW 2007)<br />
    3-blade Flex-O-Fold folding propeller (NEW 2007)<br />
    Shaft - 30mm diameter stainless steel connecting shaft supported by two cutlass bearings (NEW 2007). Inner cutlass bearing is located in a through-hull housing (installed 2007). The outer cutlass bearing is located in the existing P-bracket<br />
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    Note - the engine enclosure requires the installation of new sound insulation (the previous sound insulation has been removed)<br />
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    STEERING<br />
    Mechanical rod-linked geared wheel steering system<br />
    Hydraulically actuated autopilot system (actuator connected directly to the rudder quadrant arm)<br />
    <br />
    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM<br />
    3 x 100Ah 12V domestic batteries<br />
    1 x 100Ah 12V engine start battery<br />
    1 x 100A alternator charging through an Adverc Battery Management System (NEW 2009)<br />
    Shore power comprising: Adverc galvanic isolator, RCD/MCB consumer unit, Waeco 45A battery charger, single 240V socket outlet (NEW 2011)<br />
    <br />
    TANKAGE<br />
    Fuel - 29 gallons in single tank aft of engine, beneath cockpit sole<br />
    Fresh water - 40 gallons in two polyethylene tanks (NEW 2002) under main cabin berths<br />
    Rig<br />
    Masthead rig by Proctor<br />
    Silver anodised aluminium single spreader<br />
    Two spinnaker poles<br />
    Jockey pole<br />
    Selden boom (1997)<br />
    Dedicated tri-sail track fitted to mast, 1997<br />
    Harken MK2 headsail furling system<br />
    Heavy duty Lewmar mainsheet &#039;X&#039; track, car and traveller system with Harken blocks<br />
    Genoa sheet turning blocks<br />
    Spinnaker sheet turning blocks<br />
    <br />
    STANDING RIGGING<br />
    Main Stays - 10mm (1x19) stainless steel wire rigging. Forestay and upper shrouds renewed, 2008. Backstay and lower shrouds renewed, 2011. Selden mechanical backstay tensioner fitted 2011<br />
    Baby Stay - 6mm (1x19) stainless steel wire rigging - adjustable on a track<br />
    Inner Forestay - 8mm (1x19) stainless steel wire rigging. A removable staysail forestay stowed alongside the mast and secured to a strong point 1m aft of the stemhead when in use. Mechanical (screw) tensioner<br />
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    RUNNING RIGGING<br />
    2 x genoa halyards<br />
    2 x spinnaker halyards<br />
    Main halyard<br />
    Topping lift<br />
    Spinnaker pole lifts and downhauls<br />
    Port and starboard preventer lines<br />
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    SAILS<br />
    Mainsail - 29 metre-squared by Royal Sails (NEW 1986). Re-cut by Sanders Sails in 1998 and an additional row of reefing points added (4 total)<br />
    Genoa - 47 metre-squared furling genoa by Sanders Sails (NEW 1997)<br />
    No.4 - 14 metre-squared hank-on sail flown from inner forestay<br />
    Spinnaker with snuffer<br />
    Storm Jib - 10 metre-squared by Sanders Sails (NEW 1997)<br />
    Tri-sail - 9 metre-squared with dedicated track on mast<br />
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    WINCHES<br />
    2 x Lewmar 55, 3 speed primary (genoa) with Lewmar cross-link system<br />
    2 x Lewmar 43, 2 speed spinnaker winches<br />
    2 x Lewmar 40, 2 speed genoa halyard winches<br />
    2 x Lewmar 25, 2 speed spinnaker halyard winches<br />
    2 x Lewmar 16, 2 speed spinnaker uphaul and downhaul winches<br />
    1 x Lewmar 40, 2 speed mainsail halyard winch<br />
    *Including numerous winch handles<br />
    Accommodation<br />
    SLEEPS 7 IN 2 CABINS INCLUDING 2 QUARTER BERTHS AND SALOON CONVERSION<br />
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    Forward Cabin:<br />
    2 berths in &#039;V&#039; arrangement with infill making a double<br />
    Lockers under for sail stowage, etc<br />
    Lockers above to port and starboard, reading lights<br />
    <br />
    Heads Compartment:<br />
    Lavac sea toilet<br />
    Porcelain washbasin and separate shower head with pressurised hot and cold water supply<br />
    Mirror<br />
    Lockers<br />
    Large hanging locker and separate linen/laundry lockers to starboard<br />
    <br />
    Saloon:<br />
    &#039;L&#039; shaped settee to port converting to double berth with lockers, shelves and stowage behind<br />
    Large double leaf central saloon table<br />
    Single berth to starboard with bookshelf and lockers behind<br />
    Lee cloths fitted to saloon berths<br />
    Main cabin lights and reading lights for berths<br />
    <br />
    Navigation Station:<br />
    Full-size chart table with chart stowage and locker beneath<br />
    <br />
    Galley:<br />
    Double stainless steel sinks with pressurised hot and cold water supply<br />
    Top opening insulated coolbox with Isotherm refrigerator unit (refrigerator unit not working and requires replacement)<br />
    Gimballed Plastimo Neptune 2000 gas cooker with double hob and separate oven and grill<br />
    Numerous stowage lockers<br />
    <br />
    Port Quarter Berth:<br />
    Single berth with cave lockers and cupboards above<br />
    Reading light above<br />
    Calorifier located below provides hot water storage and supply from engine cooling system<br />
    <br />
    Starboard Quarter berth:<br />
    Single berth with cave lockers and cupboards above<br />
    Reading light above<br />
    Domestic and engine batteries located below along with battery management system<br />
    49.337 €
    Categoría:Velero
    Estado de venta:Disponible
    Fabricante/Astillero:Contessa
    Modelo:38
    Año de construcción:1973
    Eslora:12.00
    LOA:12
    Estado:Usado
    ¿Quién lo vende?:Agente comercial
    Fabricante del motor:nanni 4.220he 4 cylinder 50 hp
    Material del casco:glass reinforced plastic
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