BARBICAN 33

£22,000 (Tax Exempt)

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Blue Naiad is a long keeled, Barbican 33, built by Barbican Yacht Construction Ltd in Plymouth in 1980. Currently ashore for the Winter, Blue Naiad comes with a generous inventory and benefits from some updates over the years.

Location: Falmouth, Cornwall
Listing office: Falmouth

£22,000 (Tax Exempt)

Boat Details

Make: BARBICAN
Model: 33
Year: 1980
LOA: 33ft/10m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31474
Vessel Name: Blue Naiad
BARBICAN 33 BUILT IN 1980
Long keel cruising yacht designed by Maurice Griffiths and built by Barbican Yachts
Teak cockpit
Wheel steering

CONSTRUCTION
Blue GRP hull, white superstructure
Long keel with centreplate

Last Antifoul: 2014
Last Survey: 2014
Last out of water: May 2017 - Present

L.O.A. 9.95m (32' 5")
L.W.L. 8.3m (27")
BEAM 3.0m (9' 8")
DRAFT 1.2m (4') (2.45m (8') centreboard down)
Displacement 6.5 tons
SLOOP RIGGED
Stainless steel standing rigging
Mainsail reefing: Lazy jack, stack pack, 3 reefs
Asymmetric spinnaker and squeezer
Genoa Furling
Spare headsail
Whisker pole

SAILS
150% Genoa (8.8oz)
Mainsail (8.8oz)
Working gib (7oz)
Snuffer
Spinnaker

WINCHES
2 x two speed, self tailing Lewmar genoa winches
2 x two speed self tailing Gibb haylard winches
Reefing winch under boom

Sail stack pack and all covers, sails and running rigging have been removed to be inspected and cleaned (October 2017)
SLEEPS FIVE IN TWO DOUBLE BERTHS AND ONE SINGLE BERTH IN TWO CABINS PLUS SALOON
(forward berth can be 2 singles or 1 double using infill. Saloon conversion to double berth)

L-shaped galley with Plastimo Neptune 2000 cooker with oven, grill and two burners
12v fridge
Freezer

Heads compartment with marine toilet, handbasin and shower

Mikuni M30 cabin heating

Teak interior with blue and white pinstripe upholstery
Blue cockpit cushions

Headroom 1.83m/6'
THORNEYCROFT T90 37HP DIESEL ENGINE
Last serviced 2014
Approx 60 hours run since service
Freshwater cooled
Bronze 3-blade propeller
45kgf 12v Bowthruster

Cruising speed 6.5 knots
Maximum speed 7.5 knots

ELECTRICS
3 x batteries - 2008
Engine alternator
240v battery chargers
Digital battery monitor
100W solar panel
Sterling 4 stage charger

TANKAGE
28 gallon fuel tank
2 x flexible plastimo fresh water tanks (65 gallon total) - linked

WATER SYSTEM
Manual cold water in galley
Pressurised hot and cold water in galley and heads including shower
Water heated by calorifier and immersion

NAVIGATION AIDS

Binnacle Ritchie compass
Clipper duet speed log
Clipper wind log
Philips Mk9 GPS
Raymarine plotter (Cockpit)
Yeoman/Furuno Navnet colour chart plotter (Chart Table)
EPIRB Reg 2006 RLB 32 Cat 2
Duet Echosounder
Horizon VHF
ST 5000 Plus Autopilot
Nav 6 dual CM
Furuno 24 mile radar

GROUND TACKLE

1 x Rocnor Manson anchor
1 x Fortress anchor
57m 8mm chain
Spare 50m 8mm chain
30m warp
Electric windlass with remote

GENERAL

1 x manual bilge pump
1 x automatic bilge pump (2010)
Navigation lights
Guardwire
Pulpit
Pushpit
Sprayhood
Full cockpit tent
Portable gas detector
Seago 4 man dinghy
Assorted warps
Assorted fenders
Boathook x 2
Engine spares
Clock
Barometer
Radio
CD player
Mercury 4-stroke outboard

SAFETY

Liferaft (service due 7/16)
Offshore flare pack
Lifesling
Lifebuoys
Lifejackets (3 x adult, 1 x child)
4 x fire extinguishers (1 automatic, 3 x manual)

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

Bosun Chair
Jack Lines
Cockpit Table
Cockpit Cushions
Lee Board
2 x handheld radios
I purchased her in Poole Harbour. I cruised her to Portland and stayed there a few weeks before sailing her single handed to Falmouth Marina. The rest of 2014 season she was used locally only. 2015 season again, only used locally. 2016 due to my health I hardly sailed her. I spent a long time looking for a vessel that matched my criteria. Safe, solid, easily sailed single handed and could go anywhere. I found everything I wanted in this boat. She has a very comfortable motion in heavy seas due to her long keel. Long keel boats can be difficult in close marinas but she has a bow thruster so can turn in her own length. With lazy jacks and sail bag with all lines run to cockpit she is easily sailed shorthanded. 3 reefs single line slab reefing.