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"Cedilla", Super Sovereign Ketch

 
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Specifications

Cedilla is a Super Sovereign, long keel, ketch built by Honnor Marine and Uphams of Totnes and Brixham in 1971 to a design by Holman and Pye. She has a GRP hull and deck and Teak and Mahogany coachroof and cockpit. Her lead keel is encapsulated within the hull moulding.

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  35ft  10.66m
Waterline Length  26ft  7.92m
Beam  10ft  3.04m
Draft  5ft  1.52m
Sail Area 809 sq ft 75sq m
Displacement  9.35 tons 9,500kg
Thames Tonnage  11 tons

Rig, Spars and Sails

Ketch rig
Aluminium alloy spars
Stainless steel standing rigging (1997)
Mainsail
Mizzen
Genoa
Profurl headsail reefing gear
Self tailing stainless steel genoa winches
Mizzen staysail
Storm jib - with separate removable inner forestay
Spinnaker
above sails in fair / good condition
Spare mainsail, mizzen and genoa in fair condition.

Deck Equipment

33lb Bruce anchor on 70m chain
30lb CQR anchor 
Electric anchor winch
Sestrel Binnacle steering compass
Sprayhood
Dodgers
Boom tent
canopy
Windvane self steering gear
Deck mop
Boat hooks
Spinnaker pole
Fenders
Warps
Ensign / staff
Anchor ball
Motorsailing cone
Teak gratings
Cockpit cushions

General Equipment

Gimballed Plastimo Neptune  cooker - two burners, Grill and oven
Gas locker drains overboard
Thermo electric coolbox
Pressurised hot and cold water to heads and galley
Double sink in galley
Manual sea water pump to galley
Calorifier for hot water also has 240 Volt immersion heater for use with shore power.
Taylors diesel heater 
2 x oil lamps
Clock
Barometer
Par Brydon marine toilet
Shower tap in heads (no shower compartment)

Engine

Perkins 4.108 4-cylinder diesel. Fuel consumption is estimated at around 1.75 litres per hour at 5.5 knots
It has been serviced regularly.
Engine temperature and oil pressure alarms

Tankage

Water - GRP - 250 litres ~ 55 gallons
Diesel - Stainless steel - 180 litres ~40 gallons

Electrics / Electronics

1 x 90AH 12Volt battery for engine start
1 x 110AH 12Volt battery for domestic services
Alternator boost controller
Solarex 30 Solar panel
Shore power installation
Battery charger
Kenwood broadcast receiver / CD player
Garmin 120 GPS with cockpit repeater
Nasa Navtex pro 
Stowe Micro 210 log and speed indicator
Furuno 1720 radar
Nasa Clipper depth sounder
Stowe micro 220 wind speed and direction indicator
Navico wheel pilot 4000
Automatic anchor light
VHF Radio telephone
Navigation lights
Interior lights

Safety Gear

Lokata 406.2 MHz EPIRB
200ft heavy warp for trailing - used once!
Lifebelts  with lights
Danbuoy
Jackstays
Harnesses
Boarding ladder
Radar reflector
2 x Fire extinguishers - in date
Fire blanket
Flares - comprehensive collection - not all guaranteed in date.
First aid kit
Henderson manual bilge pump - in cockpit
Rule automatic electric bilge pump 
Avon 4-man canister liferaft - last serviced 2003 now due for another - will be done before completing sale.

Shore Gear

Legs - aluminium
Inflatable dinghy
Honda 2hp 4-stroke outboard
 

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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

or email to: adrian@EasternYachts.com

In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.  All Content is copyright - All Rights Reserved.