Manufacturer Provided Description
The SQ32's race pedigree belies the spacious accommodation and high standard of finish below decks. The sympathetic use of solid teak and teak-faced finishes, together with the choice of the light and hard wearing fabrics combine to create a comfortable yet highly functional environment. All the materials used for the interior have been chosen to enhance aesthetic appeal without imposing the performance penalty of excessive weight. Rarely have the dual cruiser/racer roles been so well met in such a quality package.
Enclosed, self-draining cockpit with seats
Non-slip floors with incorporated foot rests for helmsman
All control lines led back to cockpit
Access to lazarette with opening port and starboard hatches
Gas locker recessed in lazarette with drain to transom
Custom GRP tiller
Woodwork in solid teak and teak faced ply, satin finished
Teak and holly faced sole throughout yacht
Textured moulded headliner throughout
Berth and seat cushions in 100mm fire-resistant foam
All locker doors fitted with positive catches
Removable saloon table with drop leaves and fiddles
45 litre fuel tank under port settee
200 litre flexible water tank under starboard settee
Negative earth system with in line circuit breakers
Two 12 volt deep cycle 75Amp hour marine batteries
Battery charging via main engine and 55 amp alternator
Three way battery switch
Wiring loom with provision for additional equipment
Main circuit panel with circuit breakers in navigation area
Twin burner gimbaled cooker with oven and pan clamps
Safety crash bar in front of cooker
Stainless steel sink with pressurised water supply
Insulated cool box
Lockers and stowage for comestibles, crockery and cutlery
Access to galley drain seacocks
20hp diesel fitted with saildrive
Fresh water cooling system and take offs for hot water system
Two bladed folding propeller
Control panel with rev counter and alarms (cockpit mounted)
Single lever Morse control in cockpit adjacent to tiller
Insulated engine box
Fuel tank with baffles and sight gauge
Exhaust system with water lock
Hand laid GRP hull with sandwich core above the waterline, and additional lay up of multi-directional E-glass below waterline.
Keel floors and framework of laminated E - glass.
GRP interior moulded tray
Watertight bulkhead at bow
Hull gel coat in white
Boot top stripe in navy blue
Hand laid glass fibre with sandwich core in flat areas and additional reinforcement under deck fittings and high load areas.
Integrally moulded non-slip areas - Deck gel coat in white.
Fully moulded headliner giving clean high quality finish down below.
Easy access to all deck fittings.
Chart table to suit half-sized
Admiralty charts with stowage beneath
Stowage locker beneath chart table
Modular switch panel for electrical systems and instruments
Provision for additional instruments
Fin with cast iron top section and blended lead bulb.
Wide top flange fitted into hull recess. Through bolted using 316 A4 stainless steel bolts, washers and nuts.
Total weight approximately 1400kg.
GRP foam cored blade.
Aluminium Alloy stock.
Self-aligning bearings top and bottom.
GRP custom tiller
Spars & Rigging
Fractional keel stepped mast
Double swept back spreaders
No runners - for easy handling
Anodised aluminium mast and boom
Twin groove head foil
Anodised aluminium spinnaker pole
Integral slab reefing lines
Cascade kicking strap 32:1
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.