Engines: 2 x Yanmar 3GM 30 Engines (matched pair)
2 x 157 ltr Stainless steel diesel tanks
Engines fitted with twin Adverk battery management systems(2005/6)
2 engine 80AH starting batteries (2002) + New port side battery (2012)
charged separately by engines.
House Batteries 3 x 180AH AGM fitted (2006)
Trojan wet cell 115AH Battery supplying windlass
CTek Smart battery charger (mains) charging house and windlass batteries
Nasa battery monitor
Both engine water systems renewed (2009)
Overhauled and fitted new bearings to both rudders (2011)
New anodes fitted to both engines (2011)
New cutlass bearings august (2011)
Sails and Rigging Ketch rig, aluminium spars, twin forestays, insulated triatic and backstay,
spinnaker boom and Furlex roller reefing. All running replaced (2002)
Sails include Mainsail, roller genoa and mizzen all 2002 by UK Sails
Stack pack fitted to mainsail April (2009)
Running rigging replaced as necessary
Spare longest length of standing rigging
Hull and Deck Hulls are built with GRP below the waterline, GRP balsa sandwich above waterline,
decks are GRP balsa sandwich/foam sandwich bridgedeck. Full International Gelshield Osmosis
Treatment below waterline completed (1993/4)
Deck newly painted (2012)
Newly antifouled (2012)
New hard bimini fitted Feb (2011)
LOA 41 ft BOA 19ft 6ins Draft 3 feet/ dagger down 6ft 9ins
12.5m 5.94m 91cm 2.06m
Equipment Electric and Electronics
4 x 100w Solar panels and smart Wellsee MPPT controller
2KW inverter all fitted June (2011)
Standard Horizon DSC fixed radio with bridge extension and GPS repeater fitted (2008)
Furuno 1662 Radar fitted (2008) mounted forwards to avoid confusion.
EPIRB GME handheld manual (clips to life jacket) ideal for single handers
10 x 240V sockets
(if off grid run line from inverter to shore-power socket to provide 240V throughout the boat
from solar and wind generators) X Air wind generator on top of mizzen mast to
maximize wind generation Additional Aerogen 6 mounted on push-pit
Equipment contd Avtec 15” TV 240 + 12V with remote radio, built in DVD player, USB socket & wall mount
Kenwood DPX 503U stereo music system front loading USB for mp3 music
2 x Mordaunt – Short wall mounted speakers.
Ray Star 390 GPS
Tacktic wireless Windspeed fitted to main mast
Tacktic Depth and Speed (not fitted)
Autohelm 3000 x2 (one spare) with (spare drive belt purchased 2012)
Deck Equipment: Quick 8mm 1000W electric windlass fitted to STBD bow august (2012)
50m calibrated galvanised chain added new may (2012)
30kg Bruce style anchor new may(2012)
20kg Delta Anchor new( 2008) with chain and warp
Stainless steel BBQ
Furdell blipper Radar reflector
Twin 13kg gas bottle box on rear deck
Plastimo Compass with back-light (switch just inside pt door above radio)
XM Horseshoe life belt
5 x Fire Extinguishers + fire blanket
Ocean Safety 4 person Liferaft in Canister ( needs servicing)
Mooring warps and fenders
Steaming and sailing navigation lights plus deck lights on main and mizzen masts
2 x Trampolines new bolt-rope (2009)
Stainless steel swim ladder
Inside: Waeco Coolbox
Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater
25 ltr diesel tank with 12ltr gravity day tank.
2 x Ebesbacher blown hot air supplied by diesel (one in each hull)
Rinai gas water heater
1 x 150 ltr pillow water tank new (2009)
1 x 200ltr pillow water tank new (2010)
Force 10 cooker
Accommodation: 3 x Double cabins, 4th Double cabin is currently used as a workshop but would easily convert back. Very spacious galley fitted with 3 x burner force Ten cooker with oven. 2 water tanks holding 150 and 200 ltrs. Fresh and salt water hand pumps to galley plus pressure mixer taps. Rinai gas water heater.
Heads area with completely separate walk in shower fitted with large bowl toilet, fresh water mixer taps to heads and shower. Spacious saloon with U shaped dinette and table plus additional seating. Bridge-deck and hull access steps are all teak and holly. Ample lighting to all cabins and various 12 volt sockets. LED lighting in saloon, galley and aft cabins. Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater installation in saloon. Eberspacher hot air heating in both aft cabins.
Owners Comments: As can be seen from the equipment lists, Fatpadds has been continuously upgraded during the course of this ownership. Being live-a-board cruisers, comfort is all. The addition of the solar panels has been the greatest positive benefit. The boat has been our home.
She is a wonderful boat to live on and to entertain inside or out. The previous owner did 3 Atlantic crossings and the boat has circumnavigated. The rebuild and upgrade works in 1993/4 was carried out by a very experienced boat builder.
Whoever buys this boat will find her in excellent condition. Fully laden she is slower than a mono hull in light winds, about the same in force 4 but above that she will see them off.