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1991 Bristol Channel Cutter

4 December, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

“TALARIS” was designed and built to take the punishment of extended offshore cruising. And she was built with a new improved rudder, anodized mast and boom, all teak wood, and many, many upgrades. She was finished to a standard that demonstrates that the once Spartan BCC could have plenty of creature comforts. “TALARIS” is equipped with all the extras from hot water, pressure water, shower, Force 10 heater, propane three-burner stove, Sea Frost engine driven refrigeration, Cape Horn self steering gear.The mechanicals include all the upgrades with a fuel filtering system, and three-blade feathering Maxi-Prop. The navigation equipment is complete including radar, SSB, VHF with DSC, depth display, and chart plotter. All appropriate instruments are in the cockpit. “TALARIS” has had many upgrades by her knowlegable owner. The boat is superbly kept and is highly reccomended.

Equipment on Board:

Raymarine C80 Radar/Plotter installed on swing out arm for cockpit viewing; 2KW Raydome with SS Guard; Icom 802 Single Sideband Radio with AT-14F Antenna Tuner; Pactor III modem; Icom VHF with DSC and remote full function cockpit mic; Garmin GPS color plotter; Cape Horn Self Steering; Two 12v outlets and Cockpit Mic connection in the cockpit; 12 Volt System; 105 amp Alternator; House has a bank of Five (5) Gel Cell Batteries 650 a/h plus the start battery; Prosine battery charger for shore power (30 amp) with inverter; Navigation lights; Tricolor mast head light; Spreader lights; Foredeck light; Anchor light; Upgraded electrical system with the ability to take either 120 or 240 volt shore power; Pressure water pumps; Sump pumps; Cockpit Shower; Yanmar 3GM30, 27 HP; One inch stainless steel shaft; PYI dripless shaft seal; Maxi-prop folding three blade prop with spare; Special engine room features: Oil drain installed in the bottom of the oil pan; Engine cooling water intake is through a sea chest which also supplies the refrigeration compressor and fresh water foot pump; Racor with vaccume guage; High output alternator (105 Amp); Entire engine room painted with gelcoat; Engine has been perfectly maintained.

Bristol Channel Cutter
Bristol Channel Cutter
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