Samphire of Mersea  -  Carter 39   Lying ashore, Essex

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Specifications

Samphire of Mersea, Carter 39, 1973

LOA 38.9ft 11.88m
LWL   9.14m
Beam 12ft 8ins 3.88m
Draft, keel up 4ft 2ins 1.26m
Draft, keel down 6ft 6ins 1.98m
Displacement 14.43 Tons  
Mast height 50ft 15.85m


Deck Equipment
Stainless steel rigging (1988)
Hydraulic backstay adjuster (1987)
Seafurl roller headsail reefing (1988)
2 spinnaker poles
whisker pole
Pulpit
Pushpit
stainless steel stanchions and lifelines
Spray hood (needs attention)
Jackstays
Winches + rachet handles
Fenders
Boat hook
Warps and sheets
Boarding and swimming ladder
Lifebelts
Steering compass (2)
Roller and slab reefing
Ensign + staff
Anchor Ball
Motor-sailing cone
Anchors CQR 35lb, Danforth 35lb
Anchor warps
Anchor chain approx. 30 fm
Rear cockpit cushion (also dining seat backrest)
Rubber buckets
Fog horn
Various spare shackles
Flares (obsolete)
Set of signal flags
Bosun's chair (2)
Gas cylinder (2)

Sails
Mainsails (3)
Storm trysail
Roller reefing headsails (3), one Gowen unused
7 other jibs with hanks
Ghoster
Spinnakers (2 tri-radial, 2 flat)

Propulsion
Perkins 4108 40 hp 4-cylinder diesel, major overhauls 1990/91 - very few running hours. 16in dia folding propellor
Spare impellors, belts and gaskets
Calorifier hot water heater

Keel
Hydraulically operated aerofoil section vertically lifting keep, weighing 3 tonnes, lead contained in a stainless steel keelbox which extends from under the deckhead to the base of the hull. Electrically operated (totally re-engineered in 1987). Regularly winterized.

Tankage
Diesel 57gallons approx
Water 258 litres in 3 plastic tanks

Electronics
Furuno FM2510 VHF radio telephone (1995)
Nautech Autohelm 3000 self steering
Brookes and Gatehouse Harrier log/speed indicator + cockpit repeater
B&G Hengist wind speed/direction indicator + cockpit repeater 
Seafarer 700 depth with shallow and deep alarms + cockpit repeater
B&G Homer RDF
Phillips AP Decca navigator (obsolete)
Walker Sat Nav 801 (obsolete)

Electrics
2 batteries
Nav lights
Interior lights
Ebersbacher heater (needs attention)
Various spare bulbs and fuses
Sacrificial anodes
Shaver socket

Galley
Cooker s/s oven, grill + 2 burners, gas
S/s double sink + sink covers
Crocks
Cutlery
Pots'n pans

Heads
Toilet
Hot and cold water/shower 

Safety gear
Danbuoy
Lifejackets
Harnesses
Radar reflector
Fire extinguishers (may be out of date)
Flares (obsolete0
Bilge pumps (manual)
EPIRB signal device (obsolete)


Additional gear (negotiable)
Tinker Tramp inflatable dinghy/liferaft + oars, hood, gas cylinders, sails and spars + cover, trolley wheels, +deck-mounted cover (may need servicing)
Shore cradle
10ft GRP tender

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19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: Freephone 0800 068 6190 or 01206  305996 Fax: 01206  307846
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THESE SPECIFICATIONS ARE INTENDED AS ILLUSTRATION ONLY AND DO NOT FORM PART OF ANY CONTRACT
The particulars given above are believed to be correct but the Vendor does not make or give and neither the Broker nor any person in its employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to this vessel in respect of which any Purchaser must rely on his own inspection.