This Feeling is a 32?6? cruiser built in France by the Kirie family business in 1991. The original owners were French and did most of their sailing in the English Channel and Channel Isles.
She was then bought by a Scot in 2001 and taken to the Firth of Forth where she was based until the present owner bought her in 2006. She was sailed around to Loch Creran in September 2006 and used for family cruising on the West Coast during 2007.
The present owner wishes to advance into bluewater sailing and is looking to change to something bigger.
She is fitted to very high standards in ash and cherry and is a well appointed family cruiser. Accommodation comprises three separate double berth cabins and a very roomy main saloon with galley, heads and navigation table.
She is fitted with a two burner hob with grill and oven, 2 stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water which is also supplied to the basin and shower in the heads.
An efficient Eberspacher heating system runs off the boat?s fuel tank.
CD/Radio player is fitted to internal speakers and a dual circuit lighting system runs through all interior areas.
|LOA||: 32' 6" (9.9m)|
|LWL||: 27' 2" (8.3m)|
|Beam||: 11' 4" (3.5m)|
|Draft||: 4' 8" (1.4m)|
|Keel||: Fin + spade rudder|
|Engine Type||: Yanmar 2GM20 19HP|
|Fuel Capacity||: 26 gallons|
|Engine Hours||: 500|
|Water||: 150 litres|
|Location||: Near Oban|
Six berths in three separate double cabins. Possible seventh berth in main saloon.
Two burner gas stove with grill and oven. Double sink, hot and cold pressurised water on electric pump. Fridge.
Mainsail Owen Sails - New February 2007.
Genoa - in good condition - age unknown.
Storm gib - in fair condition - age unknown.
Raymarine A65 chartplotter with GPS (new 2006), Garmin GPS, Autohelm Log, Depth and wind gauges, Autohelm 4000 autopilot, bulkhead compass.
12v. 2 new batteries in 2007. Shore power connection with integrated battery charger. Trickle charging wind turbine.
Eberspacher heater. Electric and manual bilge pumps. Electric windlass. CD player.
Delta anchor, warp and chain, spinnaker pole.
New standing rigging.
New Rotastay Mk IV furling.
New guard wires.
New inner forestay for storm jib.
New main halyard.
Mainsail cover, Sprayhood and full Bimini also included.
Known defects ? the masthead wind gauge needs to be repaired and there is a slight water leak through wiring holes at the bottom of the mast in heavy rain.
Boat photographed by Claire France for Western Horizon Yachts in March 2008
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visited and photographed by Claire France and Robert White for Western Horizon Yachts, Scotland
Listing started in March 2008
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