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19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

LOA: 11.90 m
Beam: 5.60 m
Maximum Draft: 0.95m
Displacement: 7112kgs
Bridge clearance: 1.90m
Headroom: 1.90m

Barracuda has always been well maintained and is currently in top condition having undergone a lot of refurbishment over the last two years. She has low total use of about 6000 miles since new. Fully epoxy treated prior to original launch and has spent most winters ashore.
New windows have been fitted this year, along with new Simpson Davits
New running rigging in 2008 and the interior has been refurbished in 2010 with new seats, table carpets, electrical work, new head.
The engines have been overhauled in 2009 and a complete new battery bank in 2010
Outside, a new bimini, sail cover and outside cushions in 2010

Barracuda is a superb A1 cruising cat and certainly the best Escale we have seen. Our circumstances have changed and we will be away for an extended period of time. We have therefore regretfully decided to sell Barracuda. She has everything you could wish for, a great live aboard boat, and can be sailed away – as is.

Engines regularly serviced and overhauled 2010
6x 110 a/h/ batteries all 2010 Charging from engines and solar panels. Hot water from Calorifier and shore power. Shore Power with Stirling battery management/charging system
2x 75 gallon cold water tanks 25 gallons hot water. Fuel tanks 115 liters

Forecabin with double berth
Double cabins in each stern One en-suite. Forecabin with single berth
2x heads with WC, basin and Shower

Equipment on Board:

Contest steering compass
ST7000 Autopilot, new pump 2009
St50 Log/speed/depth and direction
Phillips GPS, Furuno Radar, VHF
EPIRB 2004 Needs service, SSB receiver
Navtex weather receiver, 4 man liferaft 2004, 4 Adult life jackets, Danbuoy
Horseshoe x2, Flares, Foghorn, Bilge pumps, Delta 25 kg Main anchor with 30 metres chain and 30 m warp
Danforth and Fisherman Kedges with 60m Chain/warp, Electric windlass
Manual windlass, Warps and fenders with covers


Main Sail with slab reefing
Lazyjack mainsail system
Profurl genoa furling system
Stay sail with Profurl furling system
Running rigging 2008
Standing rigging 1995
Lewmar 44
Genoa winches
Lewmar halyard winches, – All lines led to cockpit


Solar Panel
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit tables
Swimming ladders
Davits New 2009 Simpson
Radar reflector
Tender: Quicksilver 2007
Liferaft capacity: 4
Electric windlass


Bimini Top new 2009
Mainsail cover new 2009
Spray hood
Lazy jacks

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