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Roanna of Hamble, Cromarty 36 Motorsailer Ketch, SOLD

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Sails and Deck Gear
Deck Saloon
Outside Helm
Aft Cabin
Toilet and Shower


Cromarty 36 Roanna of Hamble

Roanna of Hamble is a specially commissioned Cromarty 36 designed for comfortable, spacious live-aboard cruising for two, with an occasional berth for an additional couple.  She was built by Blondecell Marine in 1989.

Mechanical propulsion is by Volvo Penta 62hp diesel.  She has good sails but is in need of some updating. 

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  36'0" 11.0m
Waterline Length  26'8" 8.13m
Beam 12'0" 3.66m
Draft 4'7" 1.41m
Displacement 8.5tons 8636Kg
Ballast 3.0tons 3048Kg


Two berths in main aft cabin
Spacious Toilet and shower compartment in forecabin
Galley to starboard
Deck saloon with internal helm to port 
Fold down chart table behind takes a lap top computer
U shaped settee / dinette to starboard - converts into double berth for occasional guests.
Large storage areas for prolonged living aboard

Rig, Sails and Spars

Mast head Ketch rig
Aluminium alloy spars
Stainless steel standing rigging - (Inspected 2001)
Vertical in-mast reefing mainsail - very good condition
Vertical in-mast reefing mizzen - very good condition
Furling genoa - very good condition
Storm jib - new
Winches - need servicing.

Deck Equipment

Guardrails - need attention
Plough style anchor - too big for boat
NO bower anchor - new one required 
50m 3/8in galvanised chain
Fortress FX23 Kedge anchor with new chain and warp
Lofrans Tigres anchor winch - new - to be fitted
Steering compass (removed but available)
Deck mop
Boat hook
Whisker pole
Ensign / staff
anchor ball
Motor sailing cone
Cockpit cushions - need recovering

General Equipment

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Taylor's Paraffin heater
Gimballed Storm Force 10 gas cooker with 2 hobs grill and oven
Gas locker hold two bottles and drains overboard
Pots, pans and cutlery included
Refrigerator - mains, gas and 12Volt ships supply
Microwave oven
Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and shower room
Hot water via calorifier
Sea Toilet


Volvo Penta 62 hp 4-cylinder diesel 
Drives a bronze 30-bladed propeller on a Stainless Steel shaft 

Thrust bearing and universal joints minimises vibration

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Well protected propeller


Water - 100 gallons
Diesel - 100gallons
Grey water holding - TBA

Electrics / Electronics

2 x 12 Volt 180 AH Gel batteries (2001) - General service
1 x 12Volt Optima Gel battery - engine start
Flexible 50W Solar panel
Shore power installation
Adverc Alternator boost controller
Cetrek Battery charger
Autohelm 400 Autopilot in inside wheel with remote control
Stowe Electronics DSC VHF Radio telephone
HF Radio
Nasa Navtex plus receiver
Furuno 26 mile Radar
Garmin 128 GPS
Navigation lights
Interior lights
Log / Speedo

Safety Gear

Boarding ladder
Radar reflector
Fire extinguishers - not all in date
Fire Blanket
Manual bilge pump
Electric automatic bilge pump
Liferaft (2001) needs service

Shore Gear

2 x Inflatable dinghies  (Tinker foldable has hard bottom)
2 x outboard motors 

[Roanna ] Sails and Deck Gear ] Deck Saloon ] Outside Helm ] Layout ] Galley ] Aft Cabin ] Toilet and Shower ] Engine ] [ Specifications ] Comments ]
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:

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.