The Colvic Atlanta design was well received while in production and proved to be a popular alternative to the expensive Fisher 30. Offering considerably more internal volume with a more practical living space its easy to understand why.
WHITE OTTER is a very well presented example of the class. We understand she was professionally finished in a conventional layout with 4 berths and the deckhouse galley. Benefitting from a fastidious maintenance regime throughout her life she is a great example of the class. Inventory highlights include:
Not ageing as well as the boat, her current owner has reluctantly decided the time has come to sell this much-beloved member of the family. Cleaned, polished and freshly antifouled; she is presented in a ready to launch condition.
Lying ashore, north Argyll.
Colvic Craft moulded hulls and decks under contract for many of the prominent UK based boat builders in the 1970's and 80's. Alongside producing its own range of boats which were available to purchase as kits for home or professional completion. The company gained a good reputation for the quality and finish of its mouldings.
The boat had a survey for insurance purposes in 2014. A full copy is available by request.
WHITE OTTER is the conventional four berth layout of the class. Below decks she has been finished to a high standard with all joinery work of good quality. The upholstery throughout has been replaced during the current ownership.
Description of accommodation from forward:
Forward Cabin - Two single berths in traditional V-berth layout. Storage lockers above the bunks forward with drawer storage beneath the aft end of the bunks. Storage locker outboard to starboard at aft end of cabin space.
Heads - Located within the forward cabin space. Separate heads compartment outboard to port. Manual Lavac marine toilet mounted outboard. Small countertop and wash hand basin located forward. An auxiliary 12v shower is fitted to suck water from a bucket, sump below shower discharges overboard by pump. Electric extractor fan fitted.
Saloon - Occupying the full width of the boat, accessed by steps from the deckhouse. Bench settee running along the starboard side with U-shaped settee to port. Bench settee converts to large single berth. Outboard section of U-shaped settee converts to single berth, infill section could be added to create a double berth. Storage lockers outboard of seating overhead. Bin lockers beneath seats and outboard of back rests.
Galley - Located at aft end of deckhouse to port. L-shaped galley. worktop and stainless steel sink with drying plate inboard aft. Gimbal mounted stove outboard forward in stainless steel lined compartment. Storage lockers below worktop with built in crockery storage above worktop.
Deckhouse - Laid out with galley at aft end. Helm station forward to port. Access to below decks accommodation to starboard. Helmsman's seat aft of dashboard with wheel and single lever engine control. Navigation instruments mounted within easy reach of the helm seat. Outboard of the helm seat is a dedicated chart table with a large storage space within the table for pilot books and charts. Storage lockers outboard of deckhouse to port and starboard.
The engine space is located beneath the deckhouse sole. Access to the space is provided by means of two larger opening hatched in the sole. The supporting bar in way of the hatch is removable to provide full engine access.
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In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.