84,950 Tax Paid | Hamble, near Southampton United Kingdom
- Make Humber
- Model 40
- Year 1992
- LOA 40ft/12m
- Class Performance Power
- Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
- Engine Twin Diesel
- Drive Shaft Drives
- Layout Flybridge
- Berths 6
- Cabins 3
- Aft Cabins 1
- Ancasta Ref 24038
- Name Sorcerer of Dart
OverviewHumber 40 built in 1992 by Booker Marine. A great example of this well regarded fast flybridge cruiser. Full osmosis treatment summer 2018. Re-engined in 2008 with twin Volvo Penta D6 435hp turbo & supercharged diesel engines. Her extensive equipment includes a generator, heating and a bowthuster. Available for viewing by appointment 7 days a week. Further photos on request.
BuildSORCERER OF DART is a Humber 40 designed by John Bennett, built
by Booker Marine in Barnsley, Yorkshire and first commissioned in 1992
Ivory white GRP planing hull, deck and superstructure
Underwater hull treated for osmosis with Gelshield in July 2018.
Teak over laid fly bridge, aft deck & bathing platform
Twin station hydraulic wheel steering
Seating for 6 on flybridge
LOA 12.13m - 40' 0"
Beam 4.23m - 13' 9"
Draft 0.91m - 3' 0"
Air Draft 4.70m - 15' 5" can be reduced to 3.2m (10'6") with arch folded back down
All figures approximate
AccommodationSLEEPS 6 PEOPLE IN 2 DOUBLE BERTHS PLUS 2 SINGLE BERTHS IN 3 CABINS PLUS 2 HEADS COMPARTMENTS
Master stateroom aft comprising of spacious private cabin with en-suite heads. Large double berth, sofa, plenty of hanging wardrobes and stowage. En-suite heads/shower with basin and fresh water Saniflo electric toilet
Guest cabin forwards with island double berth, second guest cabin to starboard with twin berths
Day heads with shower stall, basin and electric fresh water Saniflo toilet. Workshop/store room opposite with work bench
Galley fitted with three burner propane hob, oven and grill (new 2011), Microwave, 12v Electrolux refrigerator
Double stainless steel galley sink
Large saloon area with U shaped seating and free standing table with beige velour upholstery
Teak veneer interiory
Diesel Webasto cabin heating with thermostatic radiators and 240v warm air heating in saloon.
MachineryRe-engined in 2008 with twin Volvo Penta D6 435hp turbo & supercharged diesel engines
520 running hours (April 2019)
Cruising speed approx 20 knots, Max speed approx 31 knots
Last serviced April 2019
6 cylinders, fresh water cooled
Conventional shaft drive to 4 bladed propellers
Single lever Volvo EDC engine controls at both helm stations
4HP Sleipner Bowthruster
12 volt system with four batteries 125 AH including:
2 x house batteries (2016) and 2 x engine/windlass/bowthruster batteries (2009)
Charged by engine alternator plus 240 volt battery charger (new 2011)
Fischer Panda 4KW generator in own sound proof cabinet (all new in 2008) (100+ running hours April 2019)
Shore power cable plus extension
Mastervolt 2KW Inverter (recent addition)
Victron 16A galvanic isolator
Fuel capacity approx 1000 litres in two stainless steel tanks.
Fuel tanks were removed, drained, cleaned and had inspection hatches fitted in 2008
Fresh water capacity approx 160 litres in flexible bag tank.
2 x Selectable Black waste holding tanks with on deck pump outs
Pressurised hot & cold water supply to galley and heads compartments.
Fresh water heated by engine calorifier and 240 immersion heater or Webasto
Rigel compass at each helm position
Autohelm Tri-data boat speed/log/depth plus repeater on flybridge
Garmin 2006C GPS
JRC 3000 Radar
Rudder indicator at both helm positions.
15kg Bruce anchor with 40m of chain.
Simpson Lawrence electric anchor windlass with controls on flybridge and forward deck.
Seago 4 man canister liferaft (new 2016)
1 Auto fire extinguisher
1 Manual fire extinguisher
1 Manual and 3 electric/auto bilge pumps
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails
Flybridge tonneau cover
Full aft deck enclosure comprising of bimini, with drop down back and sides
Whittall E17 stainless steel davits (not fitted but available)
Fenders and warps
Stainless steel fender baskets
Boathook x 2
Various engine spares
3 x Flat screen TV with freeview and marine aerial