- Manufacturer: Hurley
- Location: Conwy Marina
- Year: 1974
- LOA: 22'0" (6.70m)
- Beam: 7' 5'' (2.26m)
- Berths: 4
- Keel: Long keel
- ID no.: 073312
- Cabins: 1
- Heads: 1
- Watertank Size: 40 Litres
- Engine Make: Yanmar 1GM10
- Horsepower: 10hp
- Drive Type: Shaft drive
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Fuel Tank Size: 25 Litres
- Cruise Speed: 5
- Top Speed: 7
'Rochelle', Hurley 22. The Hurley 22 has been in production for many years and is thoroughly proven in service. This example of the marque has been finished to an above average standard for a small cruiser and overall gives the appearance of having been used with care by her owners.
The 4-berth accommodation is in a single cabin layout.
The galley has a single burner gas hob (2012) and stainless steel sink with manual cold water.
There is a Jabsco marine toilet below the forepeak berth.
Cutlery and crockery
Mechanical and Rigging
Hurley 22, built by Hurley Marine in 1974 to a design by Ian Anderson.
GRP hull with an encapsulated ballast long fin keel.
Yanmar 1GM10 10hp diesel inboard engine, conventional shaft drive to a fixed 2-bladed bronze propeller.
Fuel consumption - 0.5L (0.1g) p/h @ cruising speed (Aprrox 5kts)
**Engine not original - serviced regularly. Last service March 2013**
1 x 12v Engine starter battery
1 x 12v Domestic leisure battery
Both charged by engine alternator and solar panal
240v Shore power including 20m shore power lead
Pumped cold water supply
Spars and Rigging:
Aluminium mast and boom
Stainless steel standing rigging - Replaced 2003
Furling genoa - recut and new UV strip fitted 2012
Mainsail - old but serviceable
Spinaker and pole
20lb CQR Anchor, 10m chain and 25m of warp
Fenders and warps
Cobra DSC VHF radio
Garmin 72 GPS interfaced with VHF radio - 2012
Nasa Clipper Log - 2012
Nasa Clipper Depth - 2013
Autohelm 1000 autopilot
Tricolour at masthead
Plastimo contest compass
Manual bilge pump
Disclaimer : The company offers the details of this vessel for sale but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of the information contained in the specification or warrant the condition of the vessel or equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered for sale subject to no prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.