2007 Northshore Fisher 37
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Año: 2007 Material del casco: Fibra de vidrio
Longitud: 11m Tipo de motor/combustible: /
The 37 is the epitome of the large, powerful motor sailer. Over one hundred and forty have been built since her introduction in 1973. Over this period the interior layout and rig have evolved into what many owners today would say is the best motor sailer of its type. Under sail, or powered by her massive 100 h.p. engine, this boat will take you safely and in comfort to any destination around the world. Fisher 37?s have sailed more miles then any other in the range and her distinctive profile will be found in any of the oceans around the world, from the Arctic to the Antarctic. The sail plan has been well refined over the years and today the cutter ketch rig is standard with bowsprit, giving powerful performance yet still being easy to manage. Below deck, the saloon and cabin areas are extensive. The 37 can sleep up to six with two full length single berths in the forecabin and a large double berth in the aft quarter. In the saloon the settee converts easily to a double berth when extra sleeping area is required. The wheelhouse provides much more than extra working space with a settee to port with a chart working space forward and another full length settee to starboard with deep storage under the whole wheelhouse area creates a second saloon on deck with excellent all round visibility. With the Fisher 37 you can be confident that every design detail has been thought through carefully to create a yacht that can virtually be all things to all people ? a pleasure to sail, powerful under motor, a long distance cruiser, or a comfortable live aboard ?permanent? home.
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Forma del casco: Monocasco
Eslora total: 37 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Manga: 12 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Eslora en la flotación: 32 Pies 6 Pulgadas
Peso seco: 31360 Libras
Opciones de Motor
Engine Option 1: 1x 100 HP
The cockpit is an integral part of the GRP deck moulding.
It is self draining through two 38 mm bore drains with valves at the hull.
Hinged lockers are fitted in the seat tops to give access to the stowage lockers and the steering gear beneath.
The gas locker is fitted in the cockpit coaming and is vented overboard.
A slatted teak flooring is fitted on the sole.
All the interior joinery is solid teak and teak veneered plywood.
The overhead linings are of vinyl upholstered plywood or GRP panels, detachable for access, teak battens separate the panels.
The hull sides and hanging lockers are lined with foam backed vinyl or carpet to help prevent condensation.
All cushions are upholstered in fire retarding colour co-ordinated high grade fabrics chosen from Northshore?s range.
Curtains are fitted in the saloon and cabins.
The cabin soles are covered in teak and holly plydeck with Treadmaster in the wheelhouse.
There are two full length single berths with a double berth infill with storage lockers beneath.
The chain locker is forward of the berths with an access trap fitted in the bulkhead.
One opening port on each side of the coachroof.
2 berth lights on the bulkhead plus an overhead light.
Panelled door to saloon.
Ventilator to deck.
Opening skylight hatch.
Two small shelves at the head of each berth.
There are two lockers aft of each berth, one is a hanging locker, the other has shelves for storage.
TOILET (AFT AND TO STARBOARD)
The separate toilet compartment is to port with a large bowl marine toilet and washbasin.
The work surface and sink are in Nordstone granite impregnated gel coat.
Hot and cold water is supplied from the pressure pump.
There is a shower operating from the mixer taps and a shower tray with a teak grating over which drains into the bilge sump.
The following are also fitted:
A locker outboard has shelves and slide opening Perspex doors.
Fixed overhead light.
Mirror over washbasin.
Concealed toilet roll holder.
One opening coachroof window.
There is access from the toilet compartment to the engine room space via a sound proofed door.
An ?L? shaped settee is to port with lockers and stowages outboard under the side deck.
The settee can be used as a berth. There is stowage below with drawers and behind the settee back.
The saloon table can extend aft. Overhead and reading lights are provided There are teak curtain pelmets and grab rails outboard.
There are two opening windows in the coachroof and a ventilation hatch over.
There is a cabin to port with a double berth.
The following are fitted:
General clothes storage locker with shelves.
Overhead light and berth reading light. One opening window and an opening port to the wheelhouse.
Ventilator to deck.
Mirror on the aft forward facing bulkhead.
The central steering position with main instrument console is in the wheelhouse with a helmsman?s seat.
There is a settee to port with a chart working space forward and a full length settee to starboard with a deep stowage locker under the starboard side aft.
The wheelhouse table folds down to stow against the aft bulkhead.
Stowage lockers are built into the forward end of the wheelhouse console under the chart working space.
Chart storage is provided under the port settee.
Two banks of two 12v batteries supplying a total of approx. 400 amp/hr are fitted with isolator switches, one bank is for engine starting and the other for domestic systems.
Charging is via the engine driven alternator.
Cabin lighting is provided throughout the accommodation including a chart light at the chart table.
Standard navigation lights are fitted with port and starboard lights in teak shield boxes mounted on the wheelhouse roof.
The wiring loom is colour coded and all circuits are fully protected and controlled by circuit breakers on the main panel.
The galley is to starboard in the saloon.
It is fitted with: A gimballed 2 burner cooker with grill and oven and fail-safe on all burners.
Twin stainless steel sinks (one half size) supplied with pressurised hot and cold water from the pressure pump. Cupboards behind and outboard of the worktop which are fitted with smoked Perspex fronted sliding doors.
Top opening refrigerator.
Plate and cup storage.
Drawers and lockers for food storage. Overhead vent.
Two opening windows and an opening hatch over.
Laminated work surfaces.
Teak fiddle rails.
Gas shut off valve adjacent to cooker.
A Yanmar 4JH3-HTE 4 cylinder marine diesel developing 100 h.p. is fitted with closed fresh water circuit cooling, electric start, and alternator of 80 amps output.
The engine is mounted on rubber anti-vibration mounts and secured to glass fibre, steel reinforced, engine beds moulded to the hull.
The engine instrument panel has a tachometer, water temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge and voltmeter.
An audible alarm is fitted.
A bronze stern tube with water lubricated cutlass bearing carries a stainless steel shaft driving a 3 bladed bronze propeller.
A zinc sacrificial anode is fitted to reduce stern gear corrosion.
The engine is accessed via traps in the wheelhouse floor and through the door from the toilet compartment.
The engine compartment is sound proofed.
The following are fitted:?
Stainless steel pulpit and stanchions with plastic sheathed lifelines.
Lifeline gates with pelican hooks and adjustable bottle screws, to port and starboard.
Stainless steel bowsprit with teak slatted platform incorporating forestay and genoa attachment points and double anchor roller with anchor stowage.
Two large mooring cleats on foredeck with fairleads, two midship cleats and two large bollards aft.
Chafing plates fitted to the teak rail capping in way of the fairleads.
Through-bolted headsail tracks on coamings.
Selftacking track for staysail.
Two Lewmar 44 self-tailing winches for genoa on cockpit coamings.
Two 16ST for roller reefing line and staysail sheet.
45Ibs CQR anchor with 55 metres 9.5mm calibrated chain.
Manual 2 speed anchor windlass.
Teak fore and aft handrails on wheelhouse roof.
Mainsheet attachment point on the wheelhouse roof.
All working areas including those on wheelhouse roof are covered with Treadmaster non-slip surface.
(Teak laid decking is available at additional cost.)
The hull is a heavy duty hand laid GRP moulding in accordance with Northshore?s Nordseal Laminate System.
The underwater section is finished in clear gel coat.
Approximately 6 tons of cast iron ballast is encapsulated inside the GRP keel and glassed over with further laminates to form an integral part of the hull structure.
The transverse structural bulkheads, of marine specification plywood are bonded to the hull.
Heavy double skin GRP bulwarks, incorporating the hull to deck joint, are moulded as an integral part of the deck and capped with 25mm thick teak.
A teak rubbing strake and teak bulwark cladding is fitted.
The deck is a heavy duty hand laid GRP moulding.
Balsa stiffening is incorporated in all horizontal areas with plywood infills in way of the deck fittings.
Heavily stressed areas are additionally reinforced with unidirectional glass reinforcement.
The deck is bonded to the hull and bolted throughout the whole hull to deck joint.
The bulkheads are laminated to the deck resulting in a strong and integrated unit.
Sails and Rigging
The ketch rig is standard.
The standard rigging is of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with stainless steel rigging screws.
The running rigging is of prestretched Terylene.
The following are supplied: Main, genoa, staysail and mizzen halyards.
Main boom and mizzen boom topping lifts.
Sheets and blocks.
Burgee and signal halyards.
Furlex or similar roller reefing genoa and staysail systems.
Mainsail, mizzen, staysail and genoa sails in tan or white Terylene cloth.
Sail covers for the mainsail and mizzen.
The mainsail is fitted with slab reefing, foot outhaul and leech line tension.
The genoa and staysail are fitted with luff tape to suit the roller furling systems and a UV protection strip.
The exterior teak woodwork is varnished.
The boot-top is in gel coat with a colour choice from Northshore?s range.
The yacht is antifouled and handed over afloat and in commission at Itchenor.
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