1984 Pegasus 700 £5,995
1984 Pegasus 700 lifting keeled version of this popular cruiser from Rydgeway Marine built to a Gordon Harris design. Lovely to sail with a good turn of pace. A much-loved family boat with accommodation aboard for five and ideal for exploring shoal waters and taking the mud if required, an ideal starter boat. You will not be disappointed by this nicely presented pocket sailing cruiser which benefits from useful owner improvements. A 2014 survey available on request, price to include winter cradle.
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The Pegasus 700 internal accommodation is user-friendly 5 berth, having 5’ 10” of headroom by the companionway. This has settee berths either side of the cabin and a table off-set to starboard. At the companionway there is a fixed basin and a 2-hob gas cooker. The cooker unit slides out for use as a cooker and doubles up for use as a chart table. The folding leaf of the main saloon table has been converted for use as a very nice cockpit table on a stainless-steel leg. There is a good amount of stowage space under the berths and behind and above the back supports. In the forward cabin there is a ‘V’ berth and a chemical toilet, wash basin with cold water supply. Finished throughout in beige upholstery.
Bermudan Sloop rigged with deck stepped aluminium mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging, running rigging 2009. Slab mainsail reefing with Lazyjacks, furling headsail (Facnor). There is also an A-Frame available to lower raise and lower the mast.
2 x Sheet winches
2 x Halyard winches
1 x Mainsail (2010 fair condition)
1 x Genoa (2010 fair condition)
1 x Spinnaker (year and condition unknown)
Tohatsu 6hp petrol outboard 2009 located in the cockpit well, with approximately 50 hours, 2 x 5 litre fuel tanks.
1 x 12-volt battery
Lifting Keel, Tiller steering
Owned by the current owner for the last 18 years, selling as he is looking to upgrade to a larger boat. The boat has only been used locally and on the Norfolk Broads. Viewing highly recomended
The following documents have been sent when preparing these details:
Bill of sale in owner’s name
Builders instruction manual
Designed by Gordon Harris, manufactured by Rydgeway Marine, GRP construction, white gel hull, white decks with moulded non-slip. A 2014 survey available on request
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