The accommodation on the Corvette 32 has always been its appeal. Built at a time when most 32 foot boats were dark, dinghy and somewhat claustrophobic, the Corvette broke that mould. This is done to the hull shape, and the 13 feet beam. The result is accommodation normally associated with a 36 footer with large saloon, generous aft cabin and a forecabin that guests will be delighted to inhabit.
The saloon is entered on the starboard side through a midships sliding door. This is a half door due to the height of the side decks. Three steps down into the main saloon with smart blue bound carpeting and 6-foot headroom. This is a bright and airy space with lots of glass giving helmsman and crew a great view of what's going on outside. Crucially most of these windows do open allowing ventilation and are fitted with louvred privacy blinds. To starboard is a well-equipped galley with stainless steel sink, pressurised hot and cold water, 4-burner gas hob and good preparation areas. Below the counter tops are a front opening Waeco fridge, a gas oven, storage cupboard and 3 pin sockets.
Opposite galley on the port side is an L shaped, well-upholstered seating area. This area has storage below and behind the backrests and can be utilised as a single berth if required. Drop leave saloon table can be moved around depending on use.
Also in the saloon is the lower helm position. Adjacent is the switch panel, heating controls and NEW radio/mp3 player with saloon speakers.
Moving aft and down some steps is the spacious aft cabin with double berth, dressing table with mirror, hanging wardrobe and cupboard storage. This has an en-suite head with sea toilet, holding tank, sink and shower.
In the bow is the guest cabin with saloon style privacy doors. Here we have berths port and starboard which can be either generous single or intimate doubles. Heads compartment with sea toilet and sink.
Both cabins have 3-pin sockets, reading lights, deck head lighting and ducted webasto diesel fired hot air heating.
The interior furnishings are in good order and the berths are well upholstered and comfortable.
GRP constructed motor yacht with a semi-displacement hull and white topsides.
Flared bow helps give a dry ride. Hull to deck join finished in traditional rope fender.
Underwater areas antifouled and anodes replaced in May 2018.
Transom with a bathing platform. Portable boarding ladder.
Signature Corvette side decks are all on one level allowing free access around the decks.
All walkways, foredeck, aft deck and upper deck finished in easy maintained "Flexi Teak."
Solid teak capping rails and anchor mount. All varnished.
Stainless steel bow, side and stern rails offering protection. Side access gates with chain port and starboard.
Stainless steel aft deck rails have teak capping. Teak handrails either side of upper helm structure.
Large capacity anchor locker with chain. Gas bottle situated here.
An upper helm with pilot and co-pilot bench seating. Additional seating port and starboard aft.
Flybridge seating cushions are new in 2017. Upper helm cover and wind dodgers in good condition.
Engine & Electrics:
Vessel powered by twin Perkins M90 4.236 inboard diesel engines.
These well-maintained units provide displacement speed of 6-8 knots.
Engines situated beneath the saloon floor and allow easy access for servicing and daily checks.
Change over switch at the lower helm to allow upper helm operation.
Engine rev counters at both helms.
Reduction gearboxes driving stainless steel shafts and 3-bladed bronze propellers.
Shafts supported to the hull by P-Brackets.
Fuel stored in 2 of 85-gallon tanks. Fuel is pre-filtered before reaching engine and tanks can be isolated.
Bank of 3x12 batteries providing engine start and domestic power. Batteries fitted with isolators
12/220V switch panel with fused switches. Batteries recharged via engine alternator or Sterling Prosport charger.
Vessel had extensive rewire in 2016/2017 when a lot of redundant wiring was removed. A new switch panel was made and installed along with new isolators, batteries and terminals.
Raymarine C11 widescreen colour plotter with sonar and GPS
Cobra VHF on flybridge
Lowrance DSC VHF at lower helm
Lofrans electric windlass
Bruce 15kg anchor with 100M 8mm chain
Searchlight with remote
Electric bilge pumps
Flybridge cover, flybridge seating - NEW
Warps and fenders
Belts and filters
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay
Manual fire extinguisher in the galley