1990 Seawolf 30 Mark III cruiser-racer

Ready for action at Liverpool Marina

High performance Warwick Collins wing keel.

Delivers 6 knots in 10 knots of breeze

Top three in Round Anglesey Race

Overall Length: 29ft 9in 9.07m Waterline: 23ft 0in 7.01m

Beam: 10ft 4in 3.15m Draught: 4ft 11in 1.5m

Displacement: 4443kg Ballast: 1542kg

Sail area: 38.09 sqm Engine: Yanmar 2GM20C 2-cylinder 16hp diesel

Designer: David Feltham Builder: Jalsea Marine, Northwich GB 1990

Six berths; double forward, double aft with heads & shower, plus two single berths in the saloon.

Fitted with Warwick Collins wing keel "essentially a wing keel with a slot cut into the vertical element so you have two vertical elements extending down to the wing."

Sails: Laminate headsails and main. Cruising main in white Dacron by Mouse, Arun furling Genoa and cruising chute.

Rig: Double spreader Selden C-section mast 2006, only used two seasons since, with new rigging and electronics,8mm Dynemna and Spectra running rigging, 7mm discontinuous Dyfrom rigging with re-usable Sta-Lok rigging terminals for easy maintenance, Rotostay furling gear, stainless steel pulpit, guard rails and lifelines. Harken mainsheet system and self-tailing winches.

Hull: GRP Seawolf Mark III, fitted out by shipwright and intended for the personal use of John Allen, owner of the Weaver Shipyard at Northwich. Original non-pigment gel coat. Teak rubbing strake and panelled washboards. teflon-based antifouling. One owner from new.

Engine: Yanmar 2GM20C 2-cylinder 16hp diesel with SD20 sail drive system delivers just under 7 knots.

Instruments: Stowe Dataline, log, windspeed, depth sounder, NMEA output in navigation area, all operational. Icom VHF radio, new V-Tronix windex at masthead.

Deck gear: 25lb genuine CQR anchor with 10m of chain and 30m warp.

The performance of the rare Warwick Collins wing keel was described by an owner: "In anything over a Force 3 the keel came into its own, making the boat more stable, less prone to leeway and much reduced pitching in a seaway. With the tandem keel, the boat was very, very stable downwind and could carry a kite long after other boats had (wisely) reverted to something with rather less surface area."

Accommodation: Professionally fitted out in solid teak and teak-faced veneers with immaculate upholstery. Hand crafted teak-panelled doors and fittings in solid teak, finished in clear, satin lacquer. Pressurised hot and cold water system with heads and shower in aft cabin.

Domestic: Double-burner gas cooker with grill and oven. Galley includes s/s steel sink, calorifier for pressurised hot and cold fresh water and large coolbox lined in stainless steel, cupboards, shelves and drawers.

Heads: Sea lavatory, sink, fresh water tap supplied from 70-litre stainless steel tank in forepeak and tw0 tanks under bunk lockers, two hanging lockers, shower with bilge pump.

TRAJAN, sharing a name with TRAIANUS, optimus princeps, one of the best-loved and most successful of all Roman emperors, has been owned from new by a fastidious yachtsman.

GBP 17,500.


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