Hillyard 11 Ton Ketch - 1970 - Just Reduced down to £14,950
A well presented example of this classic motor sailer from the renowned Hillyard design board. She has undergone a significant amount of refitting over recent years including a new Beta 50hp engine in 2005, superstructure & wheelhouse professionally refurbished in 2015 and much more!
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Accommodation offers five berths and is finished in mahogany with generous stowage lockers
Forepeak with lockers each side, anchor chain locker, rope stowage and deck hatch
Forward heads with Blakes sea toilet, wash basin and shower
Saloon with two settee berths each side, the starboard berth can be converted to a double berth, saloon table, navigation area aft to starboard, hanging locker
Galley aft to port with Plastimo Neptune cooker with oven & grill, stainless steel sink and Valiant gas water heater, providing hot water to galley. Electrolux fridge
Gas system inspected and serviced June 2018
Central cockpit with partial enclosed forward wheelhouse and helm position to port. seating and stowage lockers port and starboard
Aft Cabin: Spacious aft cabin with two single berths, storage lockers and wash basin
Beta Marine BV2203 50hp 4 cylinder diesel engine, new in 2005
Approx 420 hours run (November 2020)
Shaft drive to three blade propeller
2 x 12 volt 80ah domestic batteries (New May 2019)
1 X 12 volt AGM Engine start battery (New in 2018)
240v Shore power system with cable
Diesel: 60 gallons
Water: 60 gallons
Both tanks stainless steel.
Cutter rig ketch with David Hillyard spruce masts, recently stripped and re-varnished, and Douglas fir hinged bowsprit (Hinged to reduce fixed mooring costs)
Stainless steel standing rigging
2 x Spinnaker poles
Rotostay furling system
New Mainsail and mizzen covers in navy blue canvas (Spring 2019)
Roller reefing mainsail (Lucas Sails, Tan)
Roller furling Genoa (Lucas Sails, Tan)
Jib (Lucas Sails, Tan)
Staysail (Lucas Sails, Tan)
Mizzen Sail (Lucas Sails, Tan)
CQR main anchor with chain
Vetus Alexander III electric anchor windlass
Whittall stainless steel davits (Removable)
3 x windscreen wipers
Custom made forward wheelhouse cover
New rear wheelhouse cover in navy blue canvas (Autumn 2018)
Retractable midship spring cleats
Inflatable dinghy, 2.6m Yamaha Tender with Honda 2.3hp outboard engine available by separate negotiation
Autohelm 6000 autopilot
Garmin Echomap 50C Chartplotter
XM VHF/DSC radio
Manual and electric bilge pumps
2 x lifebuoys
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as Liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Designed by David Hillyard and built in 1970 with mahogany planking on oak frames with traditional long keel and lead ballast, steel bilge plates.
Extensively re-fitted in 2011.
May 2019: Freshly antifouled, topsides and boot-top line painted and new anodes fitted.
L.O.A. 11.38m (37' 4") Bowsprit Extended
Hull length: 9.75(32') Bowsprit retracted/Moored length
Beam: 3.05m (10' 0")
Draft: 1.62m (5' 4")
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.