The Oceanis 393 Clipper is the perfect boat to sail with young family and friends.
Too Dizzy was originally specified with many upgraded extras from a standard Oceanis 393, she benefits from an uprated engine @ 50hp from the original 40hp. She benefits from upgraded genoa winches to Lewmar 54's and she was also specified with upgraded faux leather cream upholstery from the base fabric. The front owners cabin also benefits from a fully sprung shaped mattress
New standing rigging 2016 and sails replaced in 2011. She has also been copper coated in 2021.
GRP Hull, deck and superstructure
Built in St Gilles in France in 2001
Original teak deck which will require replacement in the future.
Volvo MD22L 50hp
Hours run 3500 approx to date
Last serviced June 2021
Cruising speed 7 knots
Max speed 9 knots
Shaft drive 3 Blade fixed prop
Cruising speed should 6 Kts and maximum speed 8 Kts
1x Engine start battery at 105 amp
2x domestic batteries at 140 amp
1x invertor battery at 110 amp
Shore power and cable
Battery charging via 20amp Alternator and Shore power charger.
Pressurised fresh hot and cold water system
Water heated via a 30l dual system calorifier from engine and shore power
2 x water tanks, capacity 500 litres in total
1 x 150 litre fuel tank
Mast Rigging and Sails
Bermudan masthead twin spreader mast.
Aluminium Z spars Mast and boom.
In-mast furling with Furling Genoa.
Standing rigging replaced 2016
Running rigging replaced 2016
Dacron furling 105% genoa by Jeckells Sails new 2011
Dacron in mast furling main by Jeckells Sails new 2011
Cruising chute with snuffer by Crusader
Upgraded 2x Lewmar 54 Genoa winches 2 speed self-tailing
1x Lewmar 30 Halyard winches 2 speed self-tailing
Owner’s cabin with offset double berth with excellent under berth storage and ample hanging space. Owner’s forward with ensuite heads in forepeak. Head compartment with shower and handbasin with under basin storage.
Good storage for wet weather gear.
Saloon with dining area which can comfortably sit six and can be used as a double berth when the seating is converted.
Ample cupboard space along with under bench storage.
Galley with two burner cooker with oven, upgraded fridge with freezer tray and additional coolbox.
Shore power and power points.
Large guest heads with excellent wet weather gear hanging area, shower and handbasin.
Large Aft guest cabin with hanging locker and ample storage.
Upgraded include faux leather cream upholstery from the base fabric.
The front owners cabin also benefits from a fully sprung shaped mattress to the pullman style bed.
Teak Cherry stain wood finish.
Warm air heating provided by Eberspacher D5LC
1 x Compasses
B&G Network Quad Log speed and depth
B&GNetwork Quad Wind speed and direction
Chartplotters: B&G Central Navigation Display at chart table and Garmin. 551 in cockpit on the steering binnacle
B&G ACP autopilot
Furuno M1622 Radar at chart table
Digital Yacht AIT 1000 AIS Transponder
Clipper Navtex terminal at chart table
Ocean Signal EPIRB1 EPIRB- 2017
AIS Transponder is networked to the Garmin 551 cockpit chart plotter All B&G instruments are networked together
Mooring and Anchoring
Main Anchor 24KG Plough with 50m of chain and 30m warp.
Kedge Anchor 20kg Danforth with 30m chain and 30m warp
8 Mooring warps
11 fenders of various sizes
2 horseshoe life rings
1 throwing line & holder
2 x Automatic lifejackets with inbuilt harness
3 x safety harness lines
Pair of Jack Stay lines
Horn connected to the ICOM VHF
Masthead tricolour LED upgrade 2016
Masthead anchor LED upgrade 2016
Forward bi-colour LED upgrade 2016
Stern LED upgrade 2016
Mast steaming and spotlight LED upgrade 2016
Items available by further negotiation
SEAGO 2.7m Inflatable
4 man Crewsaver ISO valise 2016
Long line of 70m of 24mm nylon rope
Owner Comments and Service History
Too Dizzy was originally specified with many upgraded extras from a standard Oceanis 393, she benefits from an uprated engine @ 50hp from the original 40hp. She benefits from upgraded genoa winches to Lewmar 54's and she was also specified with upgraded faux leather cream upholstery from the base fabric. The front owners cabin also benefits from a fully sprung shaped mattress to the pullman style bed.
Too Dizzy has had the benefit of all navigation lights and internal lamps being upgraded to LED's to minimise power consumption.
Too Dizzy has had all her standing and running rigging replaced in 2016 by the Tate & Crew the local rigger to Sovereign Harbour
Too Dizzy has been regularly maintained annually by the local shipwright Tim Nichols and this year has had a full removal of all old antifouling followed by two coats of an epoxy primer and 6 coats of copper coat epoxy antifouling
Too Dizzy benefits from a 12v coffee maker enabling fresh percolated coffee to be made whist away from shore power and benefits from a 230v microwave oven and heated towel radiator to improve creature comforts when connected to shore power
Too Dizzy benefits from a number of Blue Performance additions in the form of multiple rope bags to maintain a safe and tidy cockpit and winch covers to keep the elements off the chrome Lewmar winches when you are not sailing
There is an opportunity to transfer the remaining period of the mooring here at Sovereign Harbour (6 months) subject to negotiation
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
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