Super Seal 26 fixed fin keel cruiser/racer
Designed by Ron Holland and built by John Baker 1980
Tango was overall winner of the ISORA Isle of Man Midnight Race in 2010.
In the classic race that has been staged annually in mid-summer since 1907 between Birkenhead and Douglas, she had finished second overall in the two previous years of 2008 and 2009.
In 2010 she was overall winner of the annual Round Anglesey Race.
Her current 2017 IRC certificate is handicapped at 0.848.
Her owner is selling her at Liverpool Marina for family reasons.
Length overall: 26ft 0in 7.82m Beam: 9ft 3in 2.82m
Displacement: 2273kg Draught: 4ft 3in 1.29m
Ballast: 1021kg bonded Rig: Fractional 7/8 Bermudan sloop
Sail area: 406 sq ft 11.5sqm Engine: Vire 7 hp single cylinder 2-stroke petrol
Berths: 5 in two cabins. Sails: Main and Genoa by Goacher
Designer: Ron Holland. Builder: John Baker [Kenton Forge] Ltd, Starcross GB
Engine: Vire 7, inboard single-cylinder, two-stroke, two-cycle petrol engine, naturally aspirated, driving a two-bladed Varifold folding propeller. The Vire 7 is sea water cooled with an electric interlocked water pump. The engine alternator charges two 110Ah batteries with solar-cell trickle charging. The engine compartment is vented by an electric fan. The anti-siphon exhaust system is water-cooled and vented through a metal fitting in the transom. The 70-litre fuel tank is mounted in the external lazaret.
Deck gear: Tiller steering with TP100 tiller pilot. 7.5kg folding anchor with 7m of 5mm chain and 40m of half-inch warp, mooring warps and fenders, stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and lifelines. Spray hood.
Navigation equipment: Fixed Nasa DSC VHF radio with external speaker, hand-held Garmin GPS72H global positioning unit, a second Garmin GPS 12 GPS unit, and a third Garmin GPS72H requiring ship's power. The GPS 72H can be connected to both the ships power system and send its position to the fixed Nasa DSC radio. Two hand-held VHF radios: ICOM IC-M23 and ICOM IC-M3EURO. Nasa Clipper wind speed and direction indicator. Nasa Clipper speed log and depth sounder. Barometer.
Safety gear: Manual bilge pump operated from cockpit. SEAGO ISO 9650-1 six-person valise life raft, fully serviced in June 2016. McMurdo Fastfind EPIRB with battery out of date. Horseshoe life belt, danbuoy, life sling, jackstays and cockpit clip points with four 150N lifejackets. Two 13A 55B and 1x5A 34B dry powder fire extinguishers, automatic 2kg extinguisher in engine housing with galley fire blanket. Echomax radar reflector and day shapes for indicating at mast head status of vessel during daylight. VHF aerial and navigation lights.
Domestic: Tinted Perspex windows in a saloon fitted with teak woodwork and teak-faced marine ply panels. Origo 3000 twin-burner gimballed spirit cooker, stainless steel sink, Portapotti and hand basin in head compartment. Fifteen-gallon cold water tank with both electric and foot pumps for the galley sink and a foot pump for the heads handbasin. Steps into saloon cover the engine access. Table is rigged athwart on starboard side to serve as chart table or rigged amidships for use in harbour when liferaft not in position.
Internet address: http://www.coburgbrokers.com
Coburg Yacht Brokers
Sealand Boat Deliveries Limited
Douglas Boatyard, Becconsall Lane, Hesketh
Lancashire, England. PR4 6RR
Tel: 01254 705225
TeleFax: +44 1254 898864
International: +44 1254 705225
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Please note: 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. Particulars 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 employ a qualified marine surveyor to undertake a survey and, if necessary, to undertake an engine test. Offered for sale subject to being unsold.