Barbican 30

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Boat Details

Make: Barbican
Model: 30
Year: 1996
LOA: 30ft/9m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Berths: 4
Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 28672
Vessel Name: Bref
BARBICAN 30 BUILT IN 1996

Designed by John Sharp and built by Barbican Yachts

L.O.A. 9.0m (29'6")
L.W.L. 7.3m (24')
BEAM 2.9m (9'6")
DRAFT 1.44m (4'9")
DISPLACEMENT 4.25 TONS

White GRP hull with maroon boot top
GRP deck and cream superstructure
Teak hardwood and teak veneer interior
Long keel - encapsulated lead ballast
Tiller steering
Teak cockpit trim and grating - slat type
Three coats epoxy paint to hull up to boot top
SLOOP RIG
Aluminium spars by Eurospar
Spinnaker pole by Mylor rigging
Stainless steel standing rigging (All renewed 2005-9)
Colour coded running rigging (Most renewed 2005 - 2010)
Fully battened mainsail
Three sets of lazyjacks
Schaeffer Headsail furler (2012)

SAILS:
Mainsail - Dolphin – 1996 (loosefooted with clew outhaul)
Genoa - SKB - 2005
Cruising chute - new 1998
Storm jib (1996 – unused) with removable stay

WINCHES:
Two 12ST Andersen genoa sheet winches
Two Andersen 10 halyard reefing winches
SLEEPS FOUR IN TWO CABINS
Twin berths in forepeak cabin
Two single berths in saloon
All recently reupholstered
Galley with two burner gas cooker with oven and grill, stainless steel sink
Heads compartment with marine toilet handbasin and shower
Solid teak and teak veneered interior joinery
Standing headroom throughout
VOLVO MD2020 19hp DIESEL ENGINE
1500 engine hours
Fuel consumption 1.4 litres per hour
Cruising speed 5.5 knots
Maximum speed 6.25 knots

ELECTRICS:
Two 12 volt batteries (2011) charged by engine alternator
Shore power - three sockets

TANKAGE:
50 litre GRP/stainless steel fuel tank
317 litre flexible freshwater tank

WATER SYSTEM:
Pressurised freshwater system
Immersion heater - pressurised calorified hot and cold water
Insulated five gallon tank
NAVIGATION AIDS:
Standard Horizon Plotter (c 2009)
AIS (c 2009)
Plastimo compass (2010)
Raymarine echosounder (2008)
Raymarine speed and log indicators (2008)
Tacktick wireless wind indicator (2011)
Icom DSC radio (c 2005)
Navico TP5000/5500 autohelm
Autohelm tridata display
GROUND TACKLE:
Manson Supreme 16kg bow mounted anchor
25lb CQR anchor
45m of 8mm chain together with approx. 30m multiplait
Lofrans Royal windlass

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
Plastimo offshore four man liferaft - new in 1997,regularly serviced next due Apr 2014
Handheld horn
Henderson Mk5 bilge pump
Plastimo danbuoy
Ocean Safety lifebuoy + light (2012)
Flares
Navigation lights
Stainless steel guardwire; s/s pushpit and pulpit
Jackstays

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:
Sprayhood and stainless steel handgrip (new 2005, new windows 2012)
Sailcover (new 2005)
Warps, fenders and two boathooks
Two aluminium beaching legs
Boarding gate and boarding ladder
Built 1996 by Barbican Yachts to a John Sharpe design. This
beautifully maintained example represents a great opportunity to
acquire a solid and dependable 9.14m (30') long keel cruising boat,
finished to a high standard. She'll sleep 4 in 2 cabins and has a 19hp Volvo diesel engine.
Bref is a fine sea boat, very solidly built and totally reliable. In the last ten years she has cruised to Normandy, The Channel Islands, North and South Brittany and along the coasts of the SW of England. She sails well and has never give a moment’s worry. She has been well maintained – the engine and sails have been serviced annually, the upholstery has been renewed within the last few years and there have been many other improvements.