"Krisara"   Cromarty 36 Lying  Hampshire

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Navigation Equipment


The electronic navigation equipment forms a fully integrated system. 

Lower Helm Position 

Plastimo Contest 130 Compass. 
Phillips Mk 8 GPS Navigator with antenna on saloon coach roof.
Furuno 1830 radar complete with Cetrek fluxgate sensor for navigator interface.
Radar scanner mounted on forward face of mizzen mast.
Yeoman Navigator Plotter interfaced with GPS Radar and Autohelm steering computer. 
Autohelm ST-50 Depth module with hull transducer.
Autohelm ST-50 Speed/Log module with self-sealing speed/temperature sensor.
Autohelm ST-50 Wind module with mast head unit fitted at mainmast head and interfaced with Autohelm ST-7000 autopilot.
Autohelm ST-7000 autopilot control unit connected to ST- 7000course computer, fluxgate compass, rudder angle transducer and Whitlock Mamba drive unit.
Kelvin Hughes Huson 70 VHF Radio with deck speaker switch for upper helm position. Hawk VHF antenna at main mast head.
There are two power sockets, one for use at lower helm charts pace and one at saloon table.

Upper Helm Position 

Plastimo Olympic 130 Compass.
Autohelm ST-50 Multi Function display - giving speed, depth, wind and heading information.
Autohelm ST-50 Tridata Repeater - giving speed, depth, log, timer functions and sea temperature.
Autohelm ST-50 Wind/VMG - for close hauled sailing.
Autohelm ST-7000 - autopilot control unit as at lower helm position. 
Deck watch speaker - V-Tronix from VHF radio.
Man overboard button, when pressed gives the incidents position to GPS
External alarm - from radar for guard zone

Deck gear

Firdell Blipper 210-7 Radar Reflector fitted to port side of mizzen mast
Adjustable Beaching Legs.
Jack stays
Mooring plank
Whittal ED15 stainless steel Davits
Avon R 2.80 rigid inflatable, white, with wire strops and davit rubbers complete with oars, foot pump and repair kit.
Boarding Ladder

Masts and Rigging

Silver anodised aluminium Single spreader Kemp Main Mast and boom.  Reefin type mainsail reefing complete with mast steps, two Anderson 28 main halyard  winches, Spinlock rope clutches, cleats and Internal halyards, boom  complete with nine turning blocks and six white bulls eyes.

Inner Forestay, complete with over centre lever with halyard stowed on  starboard coach roof.

Mizzen Mast and boom - Silver anodised aluminium single  spreader Kemp complete with Mast Steps, one Anderson 10 halyard  winch with 10" winch handle, cleats and internal halyards. Foot  outhaul on mizzen boom. 

Furling Headstay  Furlex 300S reefing system complete with roller  genoa headsail. Five stanchion mounted lead blocks, one Spinlock XA/1  single clutch mounted on port side toe rail with 3-SE block and "  stainless steel 'D' Shackle leading line to self tailing winch.

Furling Headstay Winch  Anderson 16 self-tailing winch on port side  after coachroof to control Self-Furling Headstay. Also used for tensioning  main kicking strap and topping lift.

Mainsheet and in mast controls Winch  One off Anderson 28  self-tailing winch mounted on after deck coachroof forward of mizzen mast  complete with 8" winch handle, four XA-2 Spinlock clutches and two  stainless steel brackets for mounting turning blocks. 


Batteries Three heavy duty 161amp/hour batteries connected so that  one can be reserved for engine starting and two for the domestic supply. 

Batteries can be paralleled for charge and discharge using main isolation  switches. Batteries secured and stowed in two acid-proof boxes, which  are naturally vented from the ships side decks.

12 Volt DC Two wire insulated return system. Fully protected with  twenty-two circuit breakers on main switchboard located in its own  illuminated locker by the lower helm position. 

Battery Charging A fully automatic Professional Pro-Ex 40/60 50amp  battery charger is installed and runs off the A.C. shore supply. The  batteries will also be charged when using the 50amp engine mounted  alternator. Only one method of charging can be used at any one time. 

240 Volt Shore Supply Supplied via the deck socket fitted on the  after side of the cockpit deck locker. A Wylex 63 Amp consumer unit with  6 circuit breakers serving the battery charger, refrigerator, immersion  heater in the calorifier tank, forward and after fan heaters and the ring main  containing eight 13 amp socket outlets. 

Shore Lead One off 240 volt ship to shore lead.   

Engine Room Ventilation A spark proof D.C. fan is fitted in the engine  room for combination use as an engine room/battery box extractor fan.  Switched at the deck saloon engine instrument panel and at the circuit  breaker panel.

Navigation Lights Port and starboard lights mounted on pulpit  brackets. Stern light on after pulpit bracket. Steaming light, deck light and  a tri-white light at masthead. All switched from the circuit breaker panel.

Searchlight plug Sockets  Two 12 volt D.C. sockets fitted, One on the  foredeck, adjacent to the chain locker and one on the coachroof adjacent  to the outside helm position. Switched at circuit breaker panel.

Domestic Fan Heaters  Two electric fan heaters, one in galley area and  one in owners cabin. Switched by Thermostatic controls in forward and  after cabins and at the 240 volt circuit breaker panel.


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