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  2. Hillyard 37 (lowered)

    Sandwich, Kent, Vereinigtes Königreich
    1958
    €3.398

    Specifications:   Year:                           1958                           LOA:                           35’ Beam:                         9’ 7”                                              Draft:                           4’ 8” Construction:   Mahogony                                on oak                                                            Hull / Keel:                  Long HIN:                             N/A   Description: “’Zuzu’ was originally named ‘Joallma’ and her name was officially changed in September 2001. She has been extensively sailed since I bought her in July 2001 when she was moored at Southsea. I moved her to Brighton, then to Chichester Marina and later back to Brighton. We have had many holidays and long weekends with family and friends sailing to the French Channel ports and to The Solent, as well as day sailing from Chichester Harbour and Brighton. I lived on ‘Zuzu’ from 2001 until 2007 and found her to be very comfortable and suitable as a liveaboard boat, albeit rather like going back fifty years in time in terms of facilities. She is very much as she left Hillyard’s yard in Littlehampton in 1959, for example she still has her original Bakelite light switches. She sails like a typical Hillyard. She doesn’t point very high and makes slow going until the wind gets up to a force 3 and then she starts to make progress; good for 6 or 7 knots in a blow. Like all Hillyard's, ‘Zuzu’ is very seaworthy and her long keel and weight make her rock steady when sailing to weather even when conditions get bad. She is certainly the safest boat I have owned. Hillyard marketed these boats as safe family cruisers when they were new and that is exactly what they are. The engine is a BMC Commander and I’ve never been sure if it’s the original engine which, in the Certificate of British Registry, was originally shown as a Morris Cowley 35 BHP. I have had the engine regularly serviced and a few years ago had the gearbox refurbished and had the gearbox cover replaced. I also had the glow plugs replaced at about the same time. The engine has not been used very much as I doubt that it’s been run for more than 20 hours a year since I’ve owned her and it continues to start on command and run well. ‘Zuzu’ is constructed of 1” mahogany on oak frames. Since I bought her I have replaced the saloon and cockpit soles, replaced the spray hood, cockpit tent and other canvas, replaced the standing rigging and fitted stainless steel chain plates. An electric bilge pump has been fitted and, following the recent survey, a float switch has been connected to it. A modern toilet has been fitted replacing the original. The tabernacle has been replaced. I had the Eberspacher heating system installed about ten years ago and have had it serviced every year; last year I had a new control box fitted. All of the skin fittings were replaced in June 2013. ‘Zuzu’ is on the National Register of Historic Ships.   Engine(s) & Electrical: BMC Commander 35hp diesel. Fuel capacity: 50 gallons (stainless steel tank). 2 batteries charged from the engine.   Accommodation & Below Deck: Eberspacher diesel fired warm air heating, Jabsco sea toilet, gas cooker (2 hobs, grill and oven), cutlery, berth cushions, old aneroid barometer.   Deck & Canvas: Masthead bermudan sloop rig, timber spars, stainless steel standing rigging, mainsail, 2 x Jibs, storm jib, cruising chute, 2 x bronze sheet winches, mast-mounted halyard winch, plough anchor & 30m of galvanised chain, fishermans anchor, 12v anchor windlass, sprayhood, cockpit tent, fenders, warps, National Historic Ships defaced red ensign and staff, cockpit cushions, oak standing legs.   Navigation & Safety: Plastimo Contest 130 steering compass, anchor ball, motorsailing cone, echo sounder, Autohelm Tridata log/speed/depth guage, VHF, Garmin GPS, navigation lights, 2 x lifebelts (one with light), danbuoy, radar reflector, 2 x fire extinguishers, fire blanket, manual bilge pump, 12v automatic bilge pump.   Miscellaneous: Hardstanding in Sandwich, Kent currently £542.10 per quarter. Viewings are by appointment only Disclaimer: The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Highway Marine Ltd who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified independent agents to carry out a survey, and/or any mechanical and electrical checks.

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