Cape Cutter 19 For Sale - £14,995
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- Price: £14,995
- Location: Conwy Marina, North Wales
- Year: 2003
- LOA: 23'7" (7.20m)
- Berths: 4
- Draft in M: Max: 1.22 Min: 0.45
- Keel: Lifting Keel
- ID no.: 073755
- Cabins: 1
- Engine Make: Tohatsu 4-Stroke
- Horsepower: 5hp
- Drive Type: Outboard
- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Fuel Tank Size: 6 Gallons
- Cruise Speed: 5
- Top Speed: 6
- Construction, Mechanical and Rigging
4 Berths in 1 Cabin
With 4 berths and a roomy cockpit for her size, the Cape Cutter 19 is an ideal cruiser for couples, families and friends to get away. She has a full size V berth forward and 2 full length quarter berths aft. The quarter berths double as saloon seats. The galley area comprises space for a portable single burner stove
Cape Cutter 19, built in 2003 by Cape Cutter Boat Builders South Africa to a design by Dudley Dix.
The Cape Cutter 19 was developed by Nick & Lyndsay Voorhoeve. Their mission was to provide an outstanding classic yacht for sailing pleasure.
The hull is hand laid up solid laminate, re-enforced to take to the ground with bilge runners to provide stability when drying out. The deck is hand laid up 10mm balsa core re-enforced with marine ply pads in load areas with a non-skid finish moulded into the walk areas. The interior is a stipple flow coated finish. The hull to deck joint is a biscuit tin type, and through bolted with 316 stainless steel bolts.
Mast & Rigging:-The spars are Douglas Fir. The main mast and spars comprise a hollow mast (with a hollow passageway for electrics), solid boom, gaff and bowsprit.
Transom hung GRP rudder, balanced, with a lifting ash laminated wood tiller.
Lifting keel - The centre-plate is a 20mm galvanised plate. The centre-plate system is fitted with a stainless steel wire strop to the stainless steel power winch. From the power winch an 8mm rope can be pulled from the cockpit working the 6 to 1 purchase
Ballast - 300 kgs of lead ballast are installed in the full-length keel area as per design specifications. The centre-plate provides an additional 100 kgs ballast.
Single Tohatsu 5hp 4-Stroke engine with remote fuel tank
5mm Stainless steel standing rigging
The Cape Cutter 19 boasts a high peaked gaff cutter rig. She is a lively performer due to her wide stern section, slippery underwater shape and large but manageable sail area. The light weight genoa provides for performance sailing in light airs whilst the heavier working jib (hank on) offers an efficient sail set in stronger winds. The cutter rig provides versatility and can be sailed with mainsail and one or two foresails flying. The Cape Cutter 19 can be easily single handed – all the sail handling can be managed from the cockpit as all lines lead aft.
Mainsail with 2 reefing points
Genoa with wire luff furling
Staysail (hank on)
Anchor, chain and warp
2 x halyard jammers
2 x winches
1 x Furling gear (in/out)
A manual bilge pump is plumbed so as to draw from the bottom of the keelson & discharge from a bronze through hull fitting above the waterline.
Single axle UK braked trailer
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