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Feeling 36

£69,950

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Buckler's Hard Yacht Brokers

The Agamemnon Boat Yard
Beaulieu, Hampshire, SO42 7XB
United Kingdom
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Make Feeling
Model 36
Year 2003
Condition Used
Price £69,950
Type Sail
Class Racer/Cruiser
Length 10.8 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Buckler's Hard, Hampshire
Tax Status Tax Paid
LOA 10.8 m
Length at Water Line 9.9 m
Beam 3.62 m
Max Draft 2 m
Min. Draft 2 m
Keel Type Fin
Displacement 6200 kg
Ballast 1975 kg
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model MD 2030
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 2003
Power 29 hp
Drive Type Shaft Drive
Propeller Type 3 Blade
Folding Propeller Yes
Propeller Material Bronze
Rope Cutter Yes
Cabins 3
Double Berths 2
Twin Berths 1
Heads 1
Fuel Tanks 1 x 150 litres (Aluminium)
Fresh Water Tanks 2 x 185 litres (Plastic)

Description

"Freestyle" is a beautiful example of this performance cruiser. Built in 2003, she has been meticulously maintained by her current owner and equipped to the highest standard.

She really is a beauty and early viewing is highly recommended!

Lying: Bucklers Hard

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BOAT DETAILS

FREESTYLE

Feeling 36 Built 2003

Designer Joubert/Nivelt  EC Design Category A Deep Sea

INVENTORY 2017

SSR 11295   Hull length 10.80m   Waterline length 9.90m  Maximum beam 3.62m  Draft 2.00m

Lightship displacement 6200kg   Ballast 1975kg

 

HULL & DECK

Hull and coachroof in white GRP

Style stripes on topsides

All bulkheads are laminated to hull and deck

Bottom of the hull reinforced with a series of laminated floor frames

Epoxy treated cast iron keel fixed with s/s or cadmium plated bolts with oversized backing plates

Spade rudder in heavy duty GRP with stainless steel rudder stock on self-aligning bearings (bearings renewed 2014)

Coachroof areas have integrally moulded anti-slip surfaces

Stainless steel grabrails on coachroof

2 x opening deck hatches (to forepeak and saloon)

Port-lights to port and starboard in saloon , aft cabin and heads ( starboard only)

Teak laid foredeck and side decks

Cockpit seats and helm seat also laid in teak

Aluminium toe-rail with teak rub-rail incorporated

Mooring cleats forward, midships and at the stern

Bathing platform with stainless steel bathing ladder and grab handle

 

COMPANIONWAY

3 laminated wood steps

Perspex sliding hatch

Plexiglas washboards in 2 parts ( custom stowage for these in starboard cockpit locker)

Removeable front panel for easy access to engine

Handrails integrated on bulkheads

Headroom: approx. 2 metres

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

Stainless steel stem head fitting with double bow roller

Stainless steel pulpit with navigation lights

Large self- draining anchor locker with eyebolt for anchor rode

Quick vertical electric windlass: 1000V with remote control on long extension lead

Twin stainless steel pushpits; stern light; double s/s sheathed guardrails

Boarding access to the cockpit from port, starboard and transom via removeable s/s sheathed guardrails

Liferaft release cover

Liferaft stowage below helm seat

Outboard bracket

Whitlock helm pedestal with large Lewmar folding wheel covered with hide ( 2010)

Steering system overhauled (2014)

Olympic 136 compass with cover(binnacle)

Emergency tiller (in port cockpit locker)

Wheel cover in navy blue

Folding cockpit table

U bolt lifeline eyes port and starboard

Bimini type sun/rain cover with detachable side panels in navy  blue

Turning blocks/clutches for genoa and jib sheets

Various clutches for halyard, mainsheet, vang and traveller adjustment

Sprayhood with zip release front window in navy  blue

Deck equipment (continued)

 

Harken traveller for mainsheet

Deck organiser port and starboard

Folding mast step

Halyard clutches on mast (2)

Harken sail tracks (port and starboard) with cars for both genoa and heavy weather jib. Control lines to cockpit with turning blocks and clutch

Delta anchor with 25 metres of chain

Stainless steel ’sprit

 

WINCHES

2 x 2 speed Harken 44STA self-tailing primary winches

1 x 2 speed self- tailing Harken 32STA winch 

1 x Anderson 40 ELECTRIC winch (halyards etc.,) with manual option ( new 2007)

 

RIG

Deck stepped fractional rig  (7/8 )  with double swept back spreaders

Sparcraft aluminium mast and boom  ( stainless steel mast pillar under deck)

Masthead tricolour and anchor light.  White navigation light

Burgee halyards port and starboard

Stainless steel bowsprit

Furlex 204S furling system(2016) for genoa complete with new forestay and foil (2016)

Furlex 200S furling system(2013) for heavy weather jib complete with new inner forestay and foil(2013) Halyard in 10mm Dyneema . ( 2013)

Gas rod vang

Wichard backstay tensioner ( 2010)

 

 

SAILS

Vectron premium quality fully battened mainsail by Sanders, 7.7oz with Facnor cars (2010). Halyard in 10mm Dyneema. Slab reefing with 8mm Dyneema ( 1st and 2nd reefs). Outhaul.

Stackpack with boat name (2010) in navy blue. Lazyjacks

Tri-radial reefing Genoa by Sanders in DCX Cruiselam (130 %). Silver grey sunstrip and foam luff padding (2015)

Heavy weather jib by Sanders in Premium Dacron with sunstrip  (2010)

Polyester Membrane genoa (130%) by Sanders ( 2010) 

Asymmetric Spinnaker by Sanders (2011)

Facnor furling gear for asymmetric : double lead blocks on port stanchions for furling line

All these sails come with zipped deck stow/launch bags in yellow by Sanders

Cruising ‘chute by Arun (2004) with ATN launch /recovery sleeve (2014)

 

 

ENGINE

Volvo Penta MD-2030-D 29hp 3 cylinder diesel

MFP2 fuel purifier by MLS (2013)

Fire extinguisher

Fresh water cooling

Stainless  steel propeller shaft ( cutlass bearing renewed 2014)

Featherstream 3 bladed feathering propeller by Darglow (2010)

Cruising speed around 6 knots

Fuel tank capacity 150 litres

 

ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING

Rolls 12FS275ah Domestic battery {2016)

Optima 44ah Starting battery ( 2010)

SurePower multi-battery isolater

Sterling battery charger

Electrical & Plumbing (continued)

 

Sterling alternator regulator

Studer battery monitor at chart station

Duogen wind/water generator complete with regulator and dump coils (2007 )(serviced 2016)

Shorepower outlet( 220V) with 3 pin sockets in every cabin

Dri-plug socket in cockpit for dinghy inflator and searchlight (2015)

Hot and cold pressurised water system

Water capacity 370 litres in two tanks with diverter valve

Water heated by engine or 220V shore supply

Pressurised shower with hot or cold water supply

Electric pump-out for shower sump

Marine toilet with hand pump

Diverter valve and flush out pump for holding tank ( renewed 2016)

Deck fitting to enable shoreside holding tank evacuation

Webasto 2500 diesel warm air heating with outlets throughout

Panasonic CQC 1110 CD Radio with internal Sony speaker

2 x Seaworthy 6615 100W waterproof  speakers (cockpit )

 

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

Trilight Hawk antenna with apparent wind direction

Echomax Active-XS Dual Band radar target enhancer with alarm (2015)

Raymarine radar scanner

AIS receiver interfaced to Raymarine plotters

Raymarine E80display at chart table        

Raymarine E120 display at helm

Clipper Easy Navtex (2015)

Simrad 68 VHF radio with DSC

Icom Handheld M35DSC VHF radio (2014)  

Navigation equipment (continued)

 

Lifetag MOB system

Chart table flexible navigator’s lamp

Raymarine ST 6001 autopilot: control at helm

Raymarine ST60 wind speed /direction/ close hauled

Raymarine ST60  log ,speed ,depth

All the above at the helm

Fluxgate compass

Navionics Platinum chart card

Satellite aerial for laptop (not currently in commission)

 

 

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Gimballed two burner gas cooker with oven

Stainless steel grabrail

Isotherm 75 litre fridge

Primary and secondary sinks

Cutlery drawer

Laminated work surface

Crockery store behind

Cupboard below worktop and sinks

Opposite the galley the folding table fixture is extended to provide additional storage for provisions:     stainless steel grab rails and a removeable wooden worktop

Central in the saloon the folding table has a storage bin and another set up to accommodate bottles

 

 

 

 

ACCOMODATION

Silk finish light cherry interior. Hull lining is wood in the saloon.

6 berths in 2 cabins and the saloon which also has an optional single pilot berth custom built by Berthon (2010)

Saloon berths have lee cloths

Storage is versatile with  half length hanging cupboards in each cabin and the saloon as well as  a variety of bins with wooden tops and under bunk stowage .

Berth cushions are 4’’ (10cm)deep.

Deck head and reading lights throughout                                                                                                                             

The navigation area is in the saloon to starboard. The forward facing full sized chart table has a dedicated seat with stowage under and a book rack behind. The electrical distribution board with circuit breakers, plotter, Simrad radio, Navtex and Echomax controllers are to hand.

The unusually large cockpit locker to starboard can be accessed from a small door in the heads. The shallower cockpit locker to port accommodates mooring lines , spare sheets  etc.,.  The gas bottle has its own locker aft of this.

 

CONSTRUCTION ( source Yachting Monthly new boat test)

“The hull mouldings are positively conventional, even traditional. Solid laminate is used below the waterline, incorporating isophthalic resins, woven rovings and chopped strand mat. Above the waterline there is a balsa core which is also incorporated in the horizontal surfaces of the deck. There are solid pads in way of fittings “

 

OWNER’S COMMENTS

Freestyle is extremely well set up for her primary role as a family cruising boat. However her sail inventory will support the owner wishing to try their hand at Club racing. White sails and  the furling asymmetric are of very good quality and the low usage is more relevant than date of manufacture.

The two furling gears on the foredeck allow Channel crossings to be made  with the confidence that if the wind pipes up the genoa can be furled and the heavy weather jib deployed, all from the cockpit. The autopilot is sturdy , reliable and a genuine “extra hand”.

The Duogen in water mode will support the power demands of the autopilot when cross channel sailing. When anchored, wind mode provides power to the batteries if the breeze is strong enough.

The large cockpit with drinks table and folding wheel is accommodating for a family. The cavernous cockpit locker to starboard is a real asset to the cruising family , swallowing the unavoidable clutter that is the  by-product of a successful cruise.  The port locker is handy for mooring lines , spare sheets etc.,

Below decks provisions are readily absorbed by the storage within the central table and behind the galley. In a marina, shore power and the ring main to each cabin support family demands for recharging mobiles and tablets etc.,

Plotters, at the chart table and the helm with radar and AIS support sound passage making.

Feeling build quality is well known and she has been professionally maintained since new. This boat benefits from the many enhancements over the years including the extra navigation equipment which still does the job it was designed to do. The same can be said of the sails.   

The new owner will recognise that this boat represents a very special opportunity to go sailing, with lots of high quality accessories, all at a small fraction of the cost of new !

DISCLAIMER

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Presented For Sale By:

Buckler's Hard Yacht Brokers

The Agamemnon Boat Yard
Beaulieu, Hampshire, SO42 7XB
United Kingdom
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