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  • Manufacturer: Victoria
  • Price: £14,950
  • Location: Kingswear
  • Year: 1982
  • LOA: 29'9" (9.07m)
  • Beam: 9' 7'' (2.92m)
  • Berths: 5
  • Draft: 1.4
  • Keel: Fin Keel
  • ID no.: 17F7747455
  • Cabins: 2
  • Heads: 1
  • Watertank Size: 150 Litres
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Horsepower: 13hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 50 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 5 kn
  • Top Speed: 6 kn

Broker Remarks

Phainopepla is a delightful classic long-keeled double-ender, giving good directional stability and sea keeping qualities.  She is one of several built by the renowned Morris Yachts yard in Maine, USA, to a Chuck Paine design.

The Victoria 30 boasts a sleek canoe stern with a marked sheer over moderate freeboard.  She features a long keel with cut-away forefoot, combining a pleasing shape with good handling and a fair turn of speed.

Phainopepla has been well-loved and cared for in her time although is now in need of someone to breathe new life into her and to begin adventures afresh.

Part 1 Registered since 1994 (Due to the circumstances of sale viewers should review and confirm sale particulars)

Accommodation

All internal joinery is a blend of solid teak, teak-veneered plywood with white laminate to deckhead and coachroof sides and ‘Dutch’ style timber strip planking elsewhere

Solid teak handrails and posts strategically placed for practicality at sea

Cabin sole of teak and holly marine plywood

Upholstery is in blue fabric on high-density foam

The multiple portlights in bronze provide excellent light and ventilation

 

Forecabin:

Double ‘V’ berth with infil and cushion

Drawers and Lockers under each berth with top/side access

Reading lights

Overhead opening hatch with locked ventilating position

Opening portlight forward

Access through door to chain locker

 

Toilet/Head compartment:

Marine toilet with flush and overboard discharge

Stainless steel wash basin with fresh water hand pump and overboard discharge

Dry hanging locker, cave locker over basin

Ventilation over

 

Saloon:

Overhead opening hatch with locked ventilating position

4 opening portlights

Teak handrails port and starboard of the companionway hatch

fiddled teak table that hinges and stows on the forward bulkhead when not in use. Wine locker behind

Settee berths to port and starboard with top access under-berth stowage and reading lights

Full-length single aft quarter berth to starboard with water and battery stowage under, reading light over

Brass paraffin lamp with hood

Brass clock, barometer & thermometer instrument set

 

Navigation station:

Large forward-facing chart table with drawer stowage under

Navigator’s seat by way of aft quarter berth head

Plentiful shelving, stowage, and teak joinery to accommodate instrumentation and chartwork equipment

 

Galley:

Large, laminated work surfaces with deep teak fiddles

Worktop cutouts edged in teak for durability

Stainless steel sink with locker under, discrete swivel tap with foot pump for fresh water

Deep, dry store locker outboard

Lockers under side decks with doors and fiddled shelves; plate stowage

Insulated moulded GRP icebox drained to bilge sump

Gimballed and fiddled 2-burner cooker with grill, oven, and removable white laminate work surface over

 

Mechanical and Rigging

Construction:

Hull and deck in hand-laid GRP.

Topsides finished in white gelcoat with a navy blue boot top and gunwhale styling stripe

Deck finished in balsa-core sandwich under non-slip, with teak trim, teak toe rail capping, coamings and hand rails

 

Rigging:

Sloop rigged with Kemp spars Kemp and single unswept spreaders and twin lowers

Steadylaunch in-mast main furling

MaxiRoach furling mainsail

Rotostay II Headsail furling

2x Gibb 40STA single-speed self-tailing primary winches

1x Gibb 6A coachroof winch

2x Gibb mast halyard winches

Cockpit mainsheet traveller aft of helm

Aluminium headsail sheet tracks with adjustable cars and non-tumble blocks

Spinnaker pole

Engine & Propulsion:

Yanmar 2GM twin-cylinder inboard diesel engine, flexibly mounted

Mechanical gearbox with 2.2:1 reduction driving 3-bladed bronze prop via stainless steel driveshaft with greaser

Raw water cooling through seacock and strainer

Seawater cooled exhaust with anti-siphon valve and waterlock silencer

Wheel steering

Alternator battery charging system

Custom switch panel with marked circuit-breaker switches

2x 12v batteries

Battery Power charge gauge

 

Tankage:

Fuel tank 12 gallons (c.50 litres) with marked deck filler

Water tank (believed to be) 33 gallons (c.150 litres) with marked deck filler

 

Inventory

Deck:

Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit with alloy stanchions and stainless steel guard wires

Solid teak hand rails, cappings

Samson post forward, with 10” mooring cleats and fairleads (2x forward, 2x aft)

Stainless steel stemhead fitting with bow roller, anchor stowage with keep-pin

Aluminium chain pipe leading to internal cable locker

2x Dorade vents

2x acrylic coachroof hatches with internal locking handles

7x bronze portlights

Non-slip deck finish

 

Cockpit:

Deep, protected and self-draining cockpit, with ample seating for full complement of crew

Binnacle with steering compass and Whitlock wooden wheel

Aft lazarette locker with overboard drain for gas bottle

Deep sail locker to port

Diaphagm manual bilge pump

Ground tackle & mooring:

25lb CQR anchor with chain and warp(unmeasured)

2 bow cleats and fairleads

2 midships cleats

2 cleats on the quarters with fairleads

Warps, fenders x6

 

Navigation Equipment:

Masthead tri-colour, pulpit mounted bi-colour, stern and steaming lights

Binnacle compass

Autohelm/Log/Depth

Steering compass at chart table

Garmin GPS 128

NASA Target Navtex Pro-Plus

 

Safety Equipment:

Pushpit-mounting for horseshoe buoy and danbuoy

Rope boarding ladder

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Disclaimer : 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.