Claymore Motorsailer 30 Built 1976 Was £26,000 Now £14,995The Claymore 30 Motor Sailer is a fine example of the class and represents a particularly strong motor sailing yacht. This Claymore 30 has been very well maintained and only very lightly used by its current owner and those before him. The Claymore 30 is a very spacious well designed yacht with deep cabins and plenty of head room. Even so, her draft is only 1.24 metres. With three cabins, the accommodation and social space is substantial. Owner is keen to sell and open to reasonable offers. Please call our Kent Office click here to reveal number
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Very spacious and well-designed deep cabins affording generous headroom. She has three cabins. Aft cabin, a central wheelhouse/ shelter deck and fitted canopy, steering position. down forward into saloon with fitted seating to port around a dining table opposite is the galley area with the upholstery finished in red cloth, carpeted and curtains throughout. Heads compartment aft to starboard of forward companionway fitted with a baby Blakemarine toilet (a shower could be fitted if required). Cold water system (a gas water heater is fitted but is not plumbed in). 2 x Hanging lockers in Aft Cabin. In the forepeak there is a further cabin with a “V” berth there is infill cushioning to make up into a double berth. Galley is equipped with gas cooker oven and grill, sink with cold water supply, fridge/icebox, microwave oven, crockery and cutlery included.
Sails & Spars
The Claymore 30 is rigged as a masthead sloop with a aluminium mast and boom on a tabernacle (1976). Slab reefing mainsail with furling headsail. Winches: 2 x Sheet winches Lewmar 46 Self-tailing two speed (2014) 2 x Halyard winches Sails: 1 x Mainsail (North Sea Sails 2014 new not used white) 1 x Genoa (Jeckles good condition new sacrificial strip 2014 white/blue) 1 x Genoa (good condition new sacrificial strip 2014 white/blue)
The Claymore 30 is powered by a 1976 Perkins 4108 48hp four-cylinder diesel engine, shaft drive to a bronze 3-bladed propeller. Engine last serviced in 2014 by the owner. Gearbox reconditioned 2010/11 New alternator 2016 Injector pump reconditioned 2010 Rubber hoses replaced 2013
2 x 12 volt batteries (require replacing) charging from the engine alternator, 240 battery charger, solar panel, 240-volt ring main also installed. Merlin equipment, 3 gang 701 switch square 90a VSR. 24hr essential circuits module 2 x 10amp. Analogue 12v meter panel.
Foghorn/Tannoy Lifebuoy Bilge pumps (manual & electric)
VHF Radio (ICOM new)Windspeed (NASA Clipper)Chart plotter (Lorenz)Navigation lights (Hella all renewed 2014)
2 x Anchors (25lbs CQR & 25lbs Fisherman)Windlass (Lofran Tigres manual/electric)Sail cover (blue)Sprayhood (blue)
Long keel. Wheel steering. Keel hung rudder.
Owned by the current owner for the last 12 years selling due to ill health. The boat has been ashore for a number of years, but prior to this only used in the local area. Believed to have had 3 previous owners.
History & Construction
Built in 1976. GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, long keel, centre cockpit with wheelhouse, masthead Bermudan sloop rig and 5 berth internal layout in 3 cabins with around 6ft maximum standing headroom.
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