‘Neredies’ is a Jeanneau Sunshine 36 built in 1985. The sunshine class of Jeanneau combines clean swept lines with a comfortable and spacious interior. Tony Castro designed her sail and keel plan and she can sail with the best of them. There is seating for at least 8 persons in the saloon and comfortably accommodates 6 persons in three double cabins and can sleep up to 8-10 with a converted berth in the saloon.
Dimensions: LOA: 10.65m Beam: 3.85m Draught: 1.85m Displacement: 5400kg
Official Number: SSR 114351
Engine: Yarmar 3GMD 20HP diesel engine. 3 cylinders. Shaft drive. 2 blade fixed propeller. Seawater cooling system.
Construction: The vessel is of round bilge GRP construction with masthead twin spreader rig, fin keel pendant rudder and aft cockpit.
Accommodation: Forward cabin, heads compartment with shower, saloon, with settee and pilot berths, navigation area to starboard, galley to port and two double aft cabins. The saloon seats 8 in comfort with a double drop leaf table. The seat backs lift to form pilot berths with single berths below. There is ample stowage above the seat backs, behind the seat backs and below the seats. The galley comprises of twin sinks with pressurized water and a foot pump. The gas cooker has twin burners and an oven and there is a top loading 12/240v refrigerator.
Electrics: Engine alternator. Battery charger 25a. shore power and cable
Tankage: 1 x 85 litre fuel tank and 2 x 100 litre water tanks
Rig: Sloop rig – Isomat, SS standing rigging. Profurl roller reefing head-sail. Slab reefing mainsail.
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Lying: Southwold, Suffolk