This beauty of a Gentleman's Craft was built in 1985 as a unique show piece. The build quality of this Cygnus 32 has been built and fitted out to a very high standard. The highly respected Master Shipwright, Mr. Michael Pipe from Priors in Essex, chose a teak superstructure on a classic fibreglass hull. These days, she needs a little work - mostly cosmetic as her Ford Sabre diesel engine and mechanics were serviced recently.
She handles solidly on the open seas and comfortably sleeps a max of five persons. The spacious wheelhouse contains a seating area and the galley. The interior is fitted out with a large saloon table that could convert to a double bed. The fore-cabin has two single beds and there is a third single in the main saloon.
Length: 9.91m (32'6")
Beam: 3.66m (12'0")
Draft Min: 1.22m (4'0")
Draft Max: 1.22m (4'0")
Engine: 1 x diesel 98hp, Ford Sabre 6 Cylinder
Fuel capacity: 1,090 litre(239.8 USG) Total - 2 tanks
Props: 3 blade
Fuel Consumption (approx): 9.0 ltr /hour at cruising speed
Cruising Speed (approx): 7 knots
Max Speed (approx): 8.5 knots
Batteries: new 2022
Bow Thruster: 8hp
12 colt / 240V sockets from shore power
VHF DSC Radio
Raymarine ST6002 Wheelpilot.
Garmin 2010C GPS Map with Fishfinding and Depth facility.
Furuno 1842 - Radar.
Navman VHF7200 DSC - Interfaced.
ICOM VHF DSC - Not interfaced, but has loud hailer and fog horn facility.
Koden GPS KGP913 - Interfaces with Radar.
Two sails, a foresail and a mizzen sail with rigging and boom for a mainsail.