Compass 29 "Karmel" SOLD
The Compass 29 has a huge reputation; built tough (some say 'bulletproof'), efficient under sail (or motor), easy to handle, outstanding in a seaway and comfortable. “Karmel” is presented in excellent condition by an owner who knows boats and has never skimped on maintenance and upgrades. The Beta diesel (plus peripherals) was installed new in 2016, the rig is in good condition, the hull is in faultless condition (antifouled December 2019) and she is well equipped. In fact “Karmel” is ready for you to step aboard and go cruising. THIS BOAT REPRESENTS GREAT VALUE!
|Location||Geilston Bay near Hobart TAS|
|Designer||Gunter Heuchmer & Don Lees|
|Length||29′ 0″ (8.84m)|
|Ballast||Long integrated keel with encapsulated lead ballast.|
|Hull material||Fibreglass/GRP (Handlaid) Bottom treated for osmosis by Salter Marine. Anti-fouled Dec. 2019|
|Engine||20 hp Beta 3 cylinder Diesel Installed new in 2016 by Spectrum Engineering. At the time of installation... *New Cutless bearing. *New propeller shaft. *New dripless stern gland. * New bronze 3 blade (fixed) propeller. This engine has been serviced in accordance with the manufacturers manual.|
|Engine hours||110 hours as at 31/1/20|
|Max Speed||6 knots under motor|
|Cruise Speed||5 knots under motor.|
|Propulsion||Shaft driving a fixed 3 blade bronze propeller.|
|Galley||The galley is neat and functional. The moulded glass bench incorporates storage lockers under, a stainless steel sink with manual water tap and the top-loading icebox. The Flavel stove/oven is neatly installed with a drop lid to extend benchtop space when the stove is not in use. Crockery is neatly and safely stowed in purpose-designed racks and lockers at the back of the bench.|
|Refrigeration||Large top-loading integrated icebox|
|Stove||Flavel B700 Gas stove/oven|
|Accommodation||Below deck, the fit-out is of a high standard with quality teak timber throughout. The large windows allow plenty of light. The saloon (full headroom) is well designed for comfort and efficiency. To port are dining settees (athwartship) either side of the table which can be lowered to provide an occasional double berth. The settee (fore and aft) to starboard can also be used as a berth. The galley is opposite the dinette. The toilet is forward of the bulkhead. The private cabin forward has a good-sized double V-berth. The two quarter berths are easily accessed and equate to large single berths.|
|Toilet||1 x manual toilet|
|Entertainment||GME Marine AM/FM radio plus CD/MP3|
|Dinghy||Purdon hard chine fiberglass dinghy.|
Main boom bag.
Cockpit sea rail shelter cloths.
|Ground tackle||Plough anchor on 8 mm chain and warp.
|Safety gear||Gas detector
Throwing horseshoe buoy with whistle.
|Bilge Pumps||Rule 12v bilge pump.|
|Life Jackets||4 x life jackets|
|Fire Protection||Fire Extinguishers|
|Electrics||The wiring/switch panel is neat and of good quality.
House and engine start batteries in good condition.
Solar Panel trickle charges the batteries.
GME VHF Radioi
Navman Tracker 5380 Chartplotter.
Tac Tick wind direction/speed.
GME Marine AM/FM radio
Saura binnacle-mounted steering compass.
Some charts on board.
|Sail inventory||Main (Walker) in good condition.
No 2 on furler (Furlex)
MPS x 1
Mast serviced by Almast and standing rigging replaced in 2006.
New boom bag and lazy jacks (slab reefing).
|Deck gear||Wheel steering
Winches: Arco x 2, Cannon x 2
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