Cornish CRABBER 24

29,950 Tax Paid | St Mawes United Kingdom
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Summary

  • Make Cornish
  • Model CRABBER 24
  • Year 2003
  • LOA 30ft/9m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Long Keel
  • Rig Gaff
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 5
  • Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 21243
  • Name Jolly Breeze

Overview

Built in 2003, this is tidy example of these ever popular classic little yachts from Crabber. Jolly Breeze has been sailed by her current owner since 2007 but has only been used as a day boat sailing Falmouth Bay and the Helford River.
She benefits not only from very light use (the current owner has never slept on board) but also a comprehensive inventory including Harken deck gear and an excellent Yanmar 18hp diesel engine.
Well worth an early viewing.
Please contact us for more information or to arrange appointments.

Build

CORNISH CRABBER 24 BUILT 2003
Designed by Roger Dongray and built by Cornish Crabbers, Rock, Cornwall
Sail number: 72

LOA: (inc. bowsprit) 9.29m ( 30' 6" )
LOD: 7.46m ( 24' 6" )
LWL: 6.32m ( 20' 9" )
BEAM: 2.59m ( 8' 6" )
DRAFT: 1.07m ( 3' 6" )
DISPLACEMENT: 3.25 tons
BALLAST: 1,270kg (45% ratio)

CONSTRUCTION
Twin teak gunwale version with quarter badges
Blue GRP hull with two-tone cream/sand GRP deck
Cream superstructure
Long keel
Tiller steering
Coppercoat - antifoul system

Rig

GAFF RIGGED CUTTER
Douglas fir mast and spars with retractable bowsprit
Stainless steel standing rigging and tabernacle
Running back stays
Single line mainsail reefing
Harken roller reefing to foresails
Stack pack system - in burgundy (2006)

WINCHES
Four Harken two-speed headsail sheet winches
Two Harken two-speed halyard winches
Spinlock XA clutches

SAILS
Main - in Tan 5oz Terylene with 3 reefs
Staysail - in Tan 5oz Terylene
Jib - in Tan 5oz Terylene (New 2020)
Jack yard topsail - cream with blue stripes

Refurbished dodgers

Accommodation

SLEEPS FIVE IN TWO DOUBLE AND ONE SINGLE BERTH
Dropdown bulkhead version
Plastimo Neptune 2000 2 burner gas hob with grill and oven (unused)
Icebox, coolmatic portable 12v fridge
Chart table with built in sink
Heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet and stainless steel sink and solar powered vent
Upholstery in terracotta cloth, interior joinery in teak
Dining table mounted on mast support to allow stowage at ceiling height
Eberspacher diesel cabin heater with two outlets
Full standing headroom

Machinery

YANMAR 2GM20F 18HP DIESEL ENGINE
Freshwater cooled, two cylinder
Serviced regulary
Shaft drive to a Darglow vari-pitch feathering propellor
Spur type rope cutter
Cruising speed 5 knots
Max speed 6.5 knots
Auto fire extinguisher in engine compartment

ELECTRICS
Two 12v 100amp/hour gel batteries
Switched and charged by 'Adverc' battery charger and two 5 watt solar panels
Battery monitor
Shore power with cable
Galvanic isolator

TANKAGE
One 54 litre fuel tank
One 100 litre flexiable water tank

WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised water system

Inventory

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Suunto bulkhead mounted steering compass
NASA SX35 DSC VHF marine radio
Navman 3150 wind indicator
Navman Tracker 5600 GPS chartplotter
Echopilot depth sounder with bronze trio (interfaced with chart plotter)
Raymarine ST2000 autopilot
'Sea Me' x band active radar transponder
'Echomax' radar reflector
Echopilot forward facing sonar

GROUND TACKLE
CQR type anchor on 15 fathoms of chain
Electric windlass with foot buttons, remote and chain counter

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Warps & fenders
Horseshoe life buoy
Sprayhood and dodgers (burgandy)
One electric bilge pump
One manual bilge pump
Crockery rack
Fire blanket with two fire extinguishers
JVC CD and radio player with two speakers
Alloy adjustable beaching legs - 2006


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