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  1. 1984 Bruce Roberts 35 sloop 35

    December 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    central cockpit
    BRUCE ROBERTS 35 ‘SLOOP CENTRAL COCKPIT

    Manufacture: 1984 Greek professional polyester builder
    10.50 meters, width 3.10 m, draft 1.80 m, headroom 1m88
    Forward cabin with bunks and storage,
    main space with two blankets that convert into a bed, large rooms and
    storage. Cabinet .
    A toilet with communicating door between stern cabin and owner cabin
    on the left side
    in right side, kitchen with two burners, sink and fridge (cold block
    revised this year). Wide Chart table, fm radio, on the engine bloc
    (very good accessibility)
    Owner’s cabin: king bed, equipped with wardrobes and cupboards.

    On deck
    Teak deck, Steering wheel (with emergency tiller), electric windlass,
    anchor chain on the front in well, anchor on the back.
    Furling genoa and mainsail batten
    Sailing storm spinnaker pole.

    Dinghy with engine 2CV in good condition, revised in 2011

    Engine: rebuilt less than 100 hours, british leyland 1.8 L 38 hp, 90l tank

    Batteries 2x 110 A / h, Electronic charger new (2012)

    Pressurized water tank 450 L

    Released in 08/2012 for anti-fouling paint

    4 harness, 4 life jacqets
    VHF, depth sounder and speedo (new probe)
    Autopilot to test

    Place on port in Turkey GOCEK CLUB MARINA very pleasant and negotiated.

    Equipment on Board:

    Teak deck, Steering wheel (with emergency tiller), electric windlass,
    anchor chain on the front in well, anchor on the back.
    Furling genoa and mainsail batten
    Sailing storm spinnaker pole.

    Dinghy with engine 2CV in good condition, revised in 2011

    Engine: rebuilt less than 100 hours, british leyland 1.8 L 38 hp, 90l tank

    Batteries 2x 110 A / h, Electronic charger new (2012)

    Pressurized water tank 450 L

    Released in 08/2012 for anti-fouling paint

    4 harness, 4 life jacqets
    VHF, depth sounder and speedo (new probe)
    Autopilot to test