Feeling 32 lifting keel for sale in Poole. Built 2005. A very rare opportunity to own a yacht that could be mistaken for being a new Feeling 32. Still in her first ownership and immaculate (she really is).
Sails like a dream and of course has all the benefit of that lifting keel to take your cruising to another level. Powered by 19hp Volvo (only 700 hours too) full navigation inventory, comprehensive equipment list, sleeps 5 in 2 cabins/saloon. This yacht will not disappoint. VAT paid £60,000
Trusted British Yacht Brokers, Established almost 40 years, specialising in Cruising and Blue Water yachts permanent offices in Lefkas Marina, Ionian Greece & Portsmouth, UK. We specialise in live aboard blue water cruisers. Experienced, Professional, Qualified All Brokers are Full Members of ABYA, we work to a code of practice with safe Clients bank Accounts and carry PI Insurance. As Agents for Allures Yachting we represent a respected brand of blue water cruiser with Aluminium hulls, GRP topsides and Lifting keels. Experience our Service we sell yachts nothing else. Call us for a chat 00 44 (0)1329 827053
Built by Alliaura Marine, France in 2005.
First Commissioned April 2006
Architect: Michel Joubert - Patrick Roseo
Hull: GRP - white gel coat
Moulded in 1 piece laid up entirely by hand
Deck: GRP / Balsa sandwich Same moulding technique as hull
Floor beams are solid timber, laminated to the hull then covered with a partial moulding
Keel: Lead, bolted substantial base plate
Twin rudders with F16PH Stainless stocks guided by 2 JP3 self aligning bearings in their rudder tubes.
LOA: 32' 7" / 9.95m
Hull Length: 31'8", 9.68m
Waterline Length: 28'6", 8.7m
Beam: 11'3", 3.42m
Lift Keel up: 2'2", 0.65m
Lift Keel down: 6'3", 1.9m
Lift Keel Ballast: 1,275 kg
Air Draught: 14.2 m
Displacement: 4,450 kg
Gross Tonnage (rating): 10.44 Tx
Engine: Volvo MD2020 19hp diesel
Propeller shaft is 316L Stainless 25 mm diameter
Volvo Penta Rubber Shaft Lip Seal ensuring a very dry bilge
Propeller: 3 Blade Featherstream Feathering (2010)
Engine Hours (approx): 700
Rope Cutter (2009)
1 off 70 Ah Engine (2015)
2 off 110 Ah Service (2015)
Electrical water pressure system & Water Tank Meter (2009)
Electrical bilge pump (additional to manual pump)
Smart Charger protected by 16A - 30mA differential circuit breaker
2 off 13A sockets in Chart Table Area
12v 'cigar' charger in Chart Table Area
LED Lighting in Saloon overhead lights
Clock & Barometer (2010)
Fuel tank approx: 70 Ltr
Water tank approx: 200 Ltr
Spars: aluminium, deck stepped
Profurl B29L genoa furling system
2 Harken, single speed 16 winches on coachroof
2 harken, 2 speed 40s winches in cockpit for Genoa sheets.
Delrin Sheaves at masthead (2010)
Sail area upwind: 51.5 m2 (standard rig)
Mainsail: 24.5 m2
Genoa: 27 m2 (standard rig)
Main: Elvestrom Dacron 24.5 Sq M.
Genoa: Hyde (2013)
Genoa: Elvestrom 27.5 Sq M.
Asymmetric: Kemp with snuffer (2009)
The Feeling is so well balanced under sail you can leave the helm alone & she will sail herself
Accom for 4/5 in 2 cabins and saloon.
Extra opening Portlight in aft cabin
All hatches & portlights have blinds (yacht always left with these over)
Manufacturer supplied Cockpit cushions
Removable additional worktop insert for Galley
Webasto 2000 Heating (4 outlets) (2008)
CD / Radio & speakers
Rubber Transom Protector!
A light, airy, innovative interior with beautifully crafted Beech joinery, outstanding volume with large panoramic port lights. Raspberry Alcantara upholstery.
Spacious & comfortable cabins one fore & one aft with cupboards and shelves and a large head with wash basin and shower.
A large, stable hull form, roomy cockpit, wide side decks for safe easy movement and a thoroughbreds's performance under sail.
Traditionally built with wooden frames and stringers, minimal use of internal linings, all the bulkheads and furniture are bonded to the hull and deck. There is access to the large cockpit locker from the heads, lots of stowage, a large chart table and liferaft stowage in the transom.
14Kg Brittany Anchor, chain & warp
Lewmar Windlass V2 & remote (2012)
2 off harness anchor points in cockpit
Arun Sprayhood (restitched & reproofed 2017)
Lazybag & Lines
Additional cleat at base of mast
Midship cleats (supplied but not fitted)
Cockpit table mount
Plastimo Compass mounted in cockpit
Speed & Depth
Raymarine ST4000 Autohelm Tiller Pilot
Raymarine C80 Chartplotter & Navionics Chart
ASA AIS Receiver
(overlays to C80 chartplotter)
Raymarine 18" Radome Radar, Scanstrut mount & Stainless steel protector (2007)
VHF Radio (2015)
2 Off Fire Extinguishers
Gas shutoff valves in locker and behind cooker
Manual bilge and Electric bilge pumps
The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.
Should you become the new owner of this yacht then the responsibility to re-register or update official bodies for items such as EPIRB, VHF, MMSI or AIS becomes yours.
We have owned Aquila since new, wintered ashore every year (Oct - late March) and kept in a marina berth during the summer.
Cruising locally at weekends and further afield to the Channel Isles, Brittany & the West Country each summer.
Winterisation has included:
Removal & rinsing of running rigging
Removal & laundry of sails
Removal & laundry of canvas work
Hull clean & polish ready for winter
Removal of all cushions, personal effects, etc & stored ashore
Removal of all electronics
Cleaning of Teak cockpit seats
Winterisation of engine, oil change, etc.
Ongoing maintenance & renewal where needed. A mix of yard services and self-maintenance.
Many items in addition to 'standard' specification yacht.
Upgrading for larger Lift Keel yacht.
Listed below are the documents/or copies of what we have seen on listing this yacht.
British SSR Certificate
Bill of Sale to current owners from new (1st and only owners)
VAT paid invoice
Declaration of Conformity
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith, in this case we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own 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.
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