#12063
Weymouth, United Kingdom | 1989

Etap 30 for sale

  • 1 Cabins

General information

Production
1989
Length
9,10 m / 29,86 ft
Beam
3,20 m / 10,50 ft
Draft
1,25 m / 4,10 ft
Displacement
600,00 tonne
Location
United Kingdom, Weymouth
Cabin
1
Bed
5

Estimate price

$ 23 193
Very cheap
Valuation based on average market value
$ 23 895 $ 44 376
Losses approximately in value in  3 years
$ 162
  • $ 54 0.23%
  • $ 72 0.31%
  • $ 36 0.15%
  • $ 63 0.27%
  • $ 54 0.23%
  • $ 63 0.27%
  • $ 54 0.23%
$ 12 877
  • $ 2 346
  • $ 211
  • $ 2 346
  • $ 1 173
  • $ 704
  • $ 704
  • $ 704
  • $ 4 691

Trend in prices

Updated Seller price Price, $ Change price, $
21.09.2021 16 950 £ $ 23 193 -
09.08.2021 18 000 £ $ 24 952 +$ 1 759
10.05.2020 24 500 £ $ 30 348 +$ 5 396
04.05.2020 $ 30 600 $ 30 600 +$ 252
10.07.2019 24 500 £ $ 30 547 $ -53

* Attention! The price is indicated on a date taking into account the currency exchange rate on this date

Description

English

Features

Seakers of Weymouth are delighted to present this classic, Jac de Ridder designed cruiser/racer.

The Etap range focuses on spacious accommodation and sailing performance, with the usual high build quality, detail and unsinkable double skin manufacture. Fin keel with tiller steering. Furling genoa, mainsail with sail cover and matching spray hood. Powered by a Volvo Penta 2002 18HP sail drive. Spacious comfortable saloon with chart table. Galley with sink, gas hob and grill. Heads compartment with sea toilet. Double berth forward and aft cabin. Boat benefits from full instrumentation, spinnaker, teak cockpit and diesel heating. A well cared for cruiser and early viewing recommended.

This boat was lifted in July 2021 for a full valet, anti-foul and sail drive service. The price has been reduced and the owner is now keen to sell.

Broker's view: "This is a classic cruiser / racer with looks that were ahead of its time and performance to match. The spacious accommodation and unsinkable hull merely add to the appeal. With a significant price reduction this boat is likely to attract keen interest and early viewing is recommended."

Navigation

In cockpit:

Autohelm Simrad TP10 Tillerpilot

Plastimo compass

Stowe wind direction and speed with masthead sensor

Stowe Navigator 1 speed and log

Stowe Navsounder depth

At navigation table in main cabin:

iCom VHF/DSC radio

Lorentz Excaliber 7 GPS

AIS/Radar control

In cabin:

Clock

Barometer

Electrical

Engine battery

Leisure battery

Both charged by engine and shore power charger

12V circuit with 12V sockets

Shore power

240V circuit with sockets

Mechanical

Volvo Penta 18HP on sail drive (serviced July 2021)

Diesel blown air heating

Fuel tank (diesel) 50L

Fresh water tank 100L

Safety

Horseshoe bouy mounted on stern rail

Man overboard retreival system mounted on stern rail

Navigation lights, Tricolour lights, anchor light

Sails and Rig

Deck stepped, single spreader anodised mast with an air draft of 14m

Mainsail (24m²) with cover

Mainsheet system with block and car

Roller reefing genoa (27m²)

Genoa track and car system, lines lead aft

Spinnaker (55m²)

Spinnaker pole

2 Primary Winches mounted on cockpit coaming

2 Secondary Winches mounted on cabin roof

All lines lead aft to cockpit

Accommodation

Entry via aft cockpit in Flexi Teak with stern rails, gate to swim ladder, tiller (with extension and tiller pilot), engine controls, manual bilge pump and navigation instruments, Two winches (for genoa) on cockpit coaming and two on cabin roof. Access through cockpit sole to engine and gearbox. Lazarette and gas lockers.

Access to the cabin is via a central hatch with a canvas cover, two part wooden hatch and perspex sliding (lockable) cover.

The main cabin comprises of seating/berths to port and starboard and central table with lifting leaves. To aft and port is the galley with twin burner hob, grill and oven (all gas), work surface, integral cooler, single sink with foot pumped cold water. To the starboard side is a quarter berth that doubles as seating for the navigation table. This navigation station has AIS/radar control, VHF/DSC radio and chartplotter, alongside the 12V swtich panel and tank gauges.

Forward of the the main cabin is the manual heads to starboard and sink to port, whilst the forward cabin contains a V-berth with in-fill to convert to double.

Deck

Deck mounted stantions supporting stainless steel guard rails with gate

Tubular alloy toerail along cockpit edge

Forward deck hatch with access to manual windlass

Anchor and chain

Spare/kedge folding anchor

Self draining cockpit

Self draining gas locker

Swim ladder

Fenders and lines

Owner's Comment

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    Added: 03:50 06.03.2019
    Updated: 17:59 21.09.2021

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