Designed by S.C Huntingford and built by Cooper Enterprises Ltd in Port Coquitlam "Little Voices" is a fully enclosed centre cockpit, cutter rigged, motor-sailer ideal for exploring the Pacific North West in all weathers.
Large windows in the salon avoid that claustrophobic feel many find in sailboats, while the long ballasted keel and mainsail can help to reduce the rolling motion that inflicts trawler yachts and keeps so many waiting in port. She possesses plenty of storage, and a gentle seagoing manner which makes her easy to single hand. Three heating systems have helped ensure the BC winter is held at bay and made year round cruising a pleasure.
The yacht has been used by the current owners for over 15 years to explore local waters including a circumvention of Vancouver Island. She has been well maintained as can be evidenced by the meticulous records and would make a very comfortable live aboard or long range cruiser.
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Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Länge über alles: 37 ft 0 in
Breite: 11 ft 6 in
Verdrängung: 20000 lbs
Ballast: 6000 lbs
Gesamtleistung: 50 HP
Marke des Motors: Perkins
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Antrieb Typ: Direktantrieb
Motorleistung: 50 HP
In calm seas the owner cruises under power at 2000 rpm which pushes "Little Voices" along at about 6 knots. Estimated fuel consumption at this pace is a meagre 3 litres per hour. (Thats under $4 per hour!) With a full tank this suggests 100 hours of fuel with a range of 600NM.
Perkins 4-108, 41 BHP, Diesel
Model No: ED22195C 56Z5850
Straight four naturally aspirated.
Fresh water cooled via heat exchanger.
Stainless steel 1 14" shaft with dripless seal.
Sacrificial plastic buffer between the transmission and the shaft coupling
Borg Warner reduction gear
Borg Warner Velvetdrive 71C (10-17-000-008)
3 bladed composite folding prop
Spare bronze 3 bladed prop
Prop last lubed June 2016
Great engine access with two large hatches either side. The central section can also be removed allowing complete access. A gantry support is included which allows the owner to swing the engine out if needed.
Electric oil pump out
Injector Pump: CAV Distributor type Max RPM: 4480
Oil Filter: Fram CPH8A
LED lighting on a microswitch lights engine space when hatches are opened.
Maintenance records going back over 15 years
Hull, Deck and Rigging
Fibreglass hull and house
Bottom painted and zincs checked or replaced June 2016.
Balsa core decks
Long keel with 6000 Lbs of internal lead ballast.
Stainless steel rigging
Fixed front cockpit screen with fibreglass cockpit cover
Canvas covers on side and and back completely enclose the cockpit
Winter covers for external bright work are stored in the vast forward locker.
Teak varnished bench seating in covered cockpit.
Plastic helm seat can fold away under the bench seating.
Lockers on either side are of good size with gas shocks to hold them open
Propane lockers under helm seat drains overboard.
Two propane tanks, 20lb and 10lb spare.
Binnacle has switch for strobe light on top of the mast. Good for getting peoples attention in emergencies.
Binnacle plug for autopilot remote control.
Binnacle switch for screen wipers, horn, compass light and windlass remote.
20k Bruce anchor 125' chain
Another 125' rode
Spare Danforth anchor
Electric Anchor Winch
Anchor mast light fitted with light sensor.
Custom built fibreglass housing for a portable generator.
Manual bilge pump in PS cockpit locker with hose extention that will reach anywhere in the boat.
Automatic bilge pump located in the engine room
Bilge pump monitor lets you know if pump has been or is being activated.
All through hulls fitted with valves.
Main 2005 by Lee Sails, slab reefing and stack pac stowage
Genoa 135% with roller reefing
Staysail lightly used
Cruising Spinnaker 2005, used twice.
Two Anderson #46 self tailing winches.
One #12 Anderson self tailing winch
Two lemar winches
2 Golf Cart house batteries 2014
Starting battery 2016
Both housed in box on the port side of the engine room
2000w inverter charger
Solar panel fitter with solar boost 2000E to boost efficiency by about 20%
Simrad echo sounder, speed and wind indicators
4" compass in binnacle.
Chartplotterbuilt into the salon table. (A flat screened PC monitor). Charts on PC cover from Mexico to Northern BC
Hill Range gimballed three burner propane stove with oven with range hood above
Electric fridge freezer with monitor
6 gallon SS hot water tank.
When on shorepower there is a hotwater on demand tap in the galley. Hot enough for coffee on demand! (Even hot enough for tea I am told).
Baseboard heater in aft cabin for when dockside in the winter.
Sigmar diesel heater with 6 gallon day tank, good for 2/3 days. Monitor shows the levels in the tank and it refills at the flick of a switch from the main engine diesel tank.
Heat sensors on the heater turn on fans at 30 degrees to circulate the warm air, and another alarm is fitted in case of overheating.
110 volt electric heater
Golden rod locker heaters in two locker aft and two forward. Help keep air circulating and prevents mildew in the winter.
Mount for small navigation repeater in the aft cabin.
LED lights throughout except for the chart table and fridge freezer lights.
Night lights (red) over galley, Navigation table and the forward head.
Many lockers are attached with micro switches to turn on internal LED lights when opened.
Blackout linings on all curtains reflects heat
Bug screens throughout.
Water maker in starboard side cockpit locker, but needs new membrane.
Holding tanks and macerator for each head with level monitors
Huge forward locker contains life preservers dinghy grab bag, and electric heaters for use during winter layup.
Throughout there is a lot of storage space on board which makes the boat ideal for extended cruising or living aboard
Aqua-pro 8'6" dinghy
8HP Tohatsu outboard
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.