1985, LIFTING KEEL, survey Spring 2015, new windows 2015, extra portlights fitted, stanchions, genoa track, pullies and clutches replaced 2015. New upholstery and new headlinings 2014/5!
Keel removed and recently overhauled professionally 2016.
New mainsail August 2016
All sea cocks replaced with DZR fittings.
Built in 1985. GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, lifting swing keel, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, Bermudan sloop rig and 6 berth internal layout in 2 cabins with around 6’1” maximum headroom.
Kelt Marine. Hull number 0271.
LOA 28' 5" (8.7m)
Beam 10' 2" (3.1m)
LWL 24’6” (7.5m)
Draft 2' 4" (0.7m)
Headroom 6' 1"
Displacement 2800 kgs
Slab reefing mainsail (Jeckells, 2010). Furlex roller reefing with KEMP tri-radial headsail (2014). KEMP stack pack (2014). No 2 Genoa. Spinnaker (as new). Cruising Chute (2015). Alloy mast and boom and stainless steel standing rigging. Backstay replaced in 2012.
Yanmar 18HP twin cylinder inboard diesel engine with raw water cooling. Alternator charging to 2 x 12 volt batteries (2015). Her maximum speed under engine is around 5 knots. 20g approx fuel tank.
Recent new electronics (Raymarine ST40 bi-data, ST2000 autopilot, Lowrance HD7 Elite plotter, Icom DSC VHF radio), JRC radar, wind speed and direction. Radar reflector. Compass, clock and barometer, all new navigation lights, steaming light and tri colour masthead light.
Lifebuoy, manual fire extinguisher, gas detector, electric and manual bilge pumps.
She has a 240 volt ringmain and a solar panel to trickle charge the batteries. New oven/grill/cooker, fridge. various pots, pans, cutlery and crockery, water supply to the sink is from an approx 20 gallon fixed water tank. Her separate heads compartment has a new Jabsco marine toilet with wash basin. New pale grey upholstery with curtains and a wooden cabin sole. New headlining 2015.
Comfortable accommodation for 6 people - 2 doubles and 2 singles. Seats 6 around the cabin table.
“Kerygma” is described by her owner as being a great boat for the East Coast, fast and safe, sails like a dinghy but with the space of a cruiser. Her last professional survey was in Spring 2015. Her owner has purchased new electronics and has fitted new windows 2015, also extra portlights fitted, stanchions, genoa track, pullies and clutches have all been replaced in 2015. A much loved boat that has only done coastal sailing and lightly used. She is as happy up a shallow creek as she is powering upwind in a race.
The Yacht Harbour
Maldon, Essex CM9 8SE