Mirage Posted September 24, 2014 Share Posted September 24, 2014 With Jonzo's kind permission, I'm writing to let the members know about our changing boating circumstances. The Corsican is for sale and here are some of the details about this amazing boat! The Corsican (TC) is probably one of the best ever ex-hire Aquafibre 38 restorations on the rivers today Luxury for 2 (+ 4 other guests!) Much admired and well travelled since her purchase by the present owners in 2010, when they decided that “a few modifications” might be needed, she has subsequently had lashings of TLC and vast sums of money spent to bring her to her outstanding current condition. Basic specification: Aquafibre 38 Length 38ft Beam 12ft Air draft 6’6” Engine: Beta 43 Diesel - Hours: 1015 - Year: 2011 Toilets: 2 Showers: 1 Basins: 2 Bow thruster Pulpit, push pit, and posts and guardrails all round. Navigation Lights Electric Sliding Canopy Wipers Horn Ropes & Fenders Searchlight Battery Charger Shore Power 240v Immersion Heater Emergency boarding ladder Pressurised Hot & Cold water supply Holding tanks New Instruments & Panel (2011) Eberspacher warm air heating to all cabins Deck Wash Stoves Cooker Waeco CR110 Fridge Calorifier Inverter Fire extinguishers and blanket Full engine service history. To list all the renovations and modifications would take forever, but here are is a short list of the more important items. 2011 - New Beta 43hp engine 2011 - New Prop Shaft 2011 - New 4-blade prop & cutlass bearing 2011 – Refurbished PRM gearbox supplied 2011 – New instrument panel and Morse control 2011 - New Stoves Cooker 2011 - Lewmar anchor winch fitted 2011 - New Teak & Holly floors to aft cabin, galley & wheelhouse 2012 - New 2000kw Inverter 2012 - Complete refit to forward cabin to create a total “luxury for 2 island berth” with drawers under, storage and full length hanging space, new head linings, mattress etc. and en suite facility 2012 - Complete external refit/repaint to hull & superstructure with windows out and completely refurbished. 2012 - Total repaint in her own unique colours 2013 – New Steering Cable and Helm + rudder stops fitted. 2013 – Antifoul & New anodes (09/13) 2013 – 3 new batteries 2013 - New Waeco CR110 Fridge 2013 – Gas CO and CO2 alarms fitted 2014 – BSC till February 2018 2014 – All batteries checked and 2 replacements fitted. In December 2012 “The Corsican” was current market valued by Moonfleet Marine at £76,000.00 We are committed to buying another boat more suited to our current needs, so our asking price for a quick sale of this fine vessel is offers in the region of £67,000. Please PM with serious expressions of interest. Thanks Simon PS. Probably the only Aquafibre 38 thats been to Ipswich and back! 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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