Colvic Countess 37

£49,950 (Tax Paid)

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  • Colvic Countess 37
  • 1990 Colvic Countess 37
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Saloon
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Galley
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Solar Panels
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Internal Helm
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Navigation Instruments
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Fwd Cabin
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Aft Cabin Bed
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Aft Cabin Bench
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Foredeck
  • Colvic Countess 37 - Engine
This Colvic Countess 37 appears to have been very well maintained throughout and she offers accommodation for six in three cabins. The Colvic Countess has stood the test of time and this particular version is exceptionally well equipped, she would be perfectly suited to long-term cruising and is ideal for living aboard.

She is presented in excellent order and we recommend a viewing to see all she has to offer.

For viewing 7 days a week please Contact Ancasta Dartmouth on 01803 752498 or Email dartmouth@ancasta.com

Location: Dartmouth
Listing office: Dartmouth

£49,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Colvic
Model: Countess 37
Year: 1990
LOA: 37ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Ketch
Engine: Single Diesel
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 30159
Vessel Name: Linosa
COLVIC COUNTESS 37 built in 1989 by Colvic Craft PLC and commissioned in 1990.
GRP construction
Encapsulated fin keel
Internal and external steering positions

LOA : 11.38m
LWL : 9.42m
BEAM : 3.86m
DRAFT : 1.68m
DISPLACEMENT : 8790kg
All figures are approximate
SAILS
Main
Mizzen
Storm jib
Mizzen staysail
Genoa
Hanked Genoa
Large light-weight Genoa
Spinnaker


COVERS
Sail covers
Spray hood
Sun covers including Mediterranean cover
ACCOMMODATION
Sleeps six in two cabins and saloon
Saloon can accommodate for 6/8 person around an off-centre retractable table
Internal helm position
Galley aft of the saloon on port and starboard sides respectively
Two Heads
Two Sinks
Shower with pump
Central heating
Digital T.V and receiver

Workshop with bench and tools behind the internal helm position.

GALLEY
Double stainless sink
Hot water heated from engine and calorifier
Stove with two burners and a hot plate, oven and separate grill
Microwave
Isotherm Intelligent fridge
ENGINE
Perkins 84 HP Diesel
Split fuel line with two parallel filters, multiple spare filters
80 gal tank plus 20 gals in separate 5 gal tanks
New stern bearing
Vetus bow thruster
Rope cutter

All figures are approximate

ELECTRICS
Honda generator (remote tank)
Spare alternator
Two small chargers
Inverter
3x domestic batteries (160 Amp/hr)
2x engine batteries (100 Amp/hr)
Various spare parts
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Large steering compass
Hand bearing compass (Several)
GPS with two repeaters plus GPS / plotter, plus Yeoman plotter.
VHS plus backup FHF plus SSB.
Weather fax x 2
Navtex
Barograph, Barometer, Hydrometer / Thermometer x 2
Eco sounder plus fish finder
Radar
Navigation lights
Deck lights
Internal red lights

RIB engine 8 HP Mariner with remote tank

TANKAGE
Small holding tank
Fresh water tanks x 4 (approx. 150 gals)

STEERING
Manual plus internal hydraulic internal steering
Autopilot with Hydro-vane steering and spare rudder and emergency steering

GROUND TACKLE
Sea Wolf Electric Windlass
Main cable 100m 3/8 chain
Multiple dock lines
Snubers
Rat guards
Role dampers
Boat hooks and line passers
Yacht legs, plus winter legs and cradle
A rugged boat with an internal helm position to allow for sheltered steering, ideal in high latitude sailing conditions. Fitted with an internal workshop. Bow thruster to aid with manoeuvrability and lots of navigational systems.
Built to Lloyds A1 classification. Subsequently a substantial and weatherly ship equipped and ready for worldwide cruising. Sails extremely well in heavy weather and for a cruising boat points very well.