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Gouvia, Corfu Ionian Islands Greece
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Dawn Wind is a one off wooden boat designed by the well known Australian designer Len Randell, responsible for several Sydney Hobarth winners and built by a slow working low volumes yard in Western Australia, renowned for their care and attention to the boats they built.
She is constructed of Oregon planking over a spotted gum laminate frame with a plywood laid, teak covered deck. She carries a lead keel with a high displacement of 5100lbs for good sailing performance in all weathers.
With a great history behind her Dawn Wind spent much of her early years in Australia, the first owners its believed undertook some successful racing on her, in the late 1980s she was sailed from her native Australia back to the UK via the Suez Canal and then over the last decade has come to reside in the Eastern Med.
With the current owners sailing ambitions fulfilled she is now seeking a new owner to take her forward to the next part of the story.
Traditional saloon Nelson gasoven with 4 ring hob,sink, pantry and storage lockers, folding saloon table, berths to both sides.
Wooden fascia's throughout with white paint to sections. Upholstery in good general condition. 2x 25litre cool boxes situated below chart table
Twin aft quarter berths.
Heads compartment forward with Jabsco manually operated WC
Wind speed indicator
12 channel Garmin
VHF radio Motorola
CD player, radio
First Aid Kit,
heavy duty bolt croppers,
2x life jackets,
fenders x 6
Beta Marine (2009), 1200 hours
Lewmar Stepless Engine Control
Stainless Steel 150 litre capacity
Wind generator : Model Aero
2x starter 1x storage battery
Galvanised steel plough anchor
Bilge pump: 1x electric 1x manual
Deck gear: 2x winches
Covers: Sail cover, 1x bow deck cover, 1x cabin and aft cover
Sails Masted Sloop: Main Sail 304 square feet, No 1 gib 200 sq ft, storm gib 63 sq ft
|Model:||33ft Len Randell|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta Marine|
|Length over all:||32'|
|Displacement:||104 metric tons|