Mechanical and Rigging
"Wintec" hull construction with GRP and Divinycell mouldings to improve performance, reduce noise and increase strength.
This method of construction is 20% less heavy than conventional GRP hull construction offering improved stability, insulation and increased speed.
Hull is finished in smart, hi-gloss navy blue with contrasting white band at the waterline. New Windy hull decals in 2018.
This is one of the few Typhoon 43 models with the elongated bathing platform. The teak here and on the side decks has been replaced with the "Perma-Teak" composite alternative eliminating time-consuming maintenance and future problems.
The teak in the interior cockpit is the original and in excellent condition.
The cockpit has two distinct areas. The rear has a large U-shaped seating area to starboard with a wet bar, sink and front loading Isotherm fridge opposite. There is an additional refrigerated coolbox. The cockpit dining table is brand new and has a fold over leaf.
The upper cockpit has the helm position to starboard with individual pilot and co-pilot heating. These are electrically controlled and will rise and fall to your desired position. Opposite on port side is an additional L-shaped bench making for companionable cruising.
All seating covered in hard wearing "Sunbrella" material and is in excellent condition. The rear canopies have all been replaced with smart navy blue material.
Electrically operated concertina style roof. All the material has been replaced including the inner liner.
Three piece glass windscreen with demisters. Brand New pantograph windscreen wipers keep the screens clear.
Throughout the cockpit, there has been mood lighting fitted. This includes the roof, at a low level around the cockpit seating and bathing platform.
Additional 3-pin, 240V sockets have been fitted in the cockpit along with a TV point if required. Cockpit kept warm and toasty thanks to the new heating system.
Engines & Electrics:
The vessel is powered by twin Volvo Penta TAMD 74/EVC inboard diesels.
These 480hp workhorses have been well maintained and completed 712 hours per side.
Shaft driven three-bladed bronze propellers supported to the hull by P-brackets.
Engines accessed from the cockpit via large engine hatch fitted with gas struts.
Engine bay illuminated and laid out in such a way to allow all round access.
Engines, gear boxes and generator serviced in July 2018.
Exhaust rubber pipes replaced on both engines and sea water inlet pipes replaced.
Both engines are fully interfaced with the chart plotter to show up to the minute detail regarding speed, fuel consumption, temperatures and pressure.
Boat cruises at 29 knots burning a staggeringly economical 4.23 litres per nautical mile.
Bank of five 110amph batteries fitted with isolators.
These are recharged via the engine alternator or the Sterling battery charger.