|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Aegina Greece Aegean Islands Greece
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Inshala is a spacious comfortable live aboard which is well set up for extended cruising. An exceptional sailing ketch, ideal for living aboard, with the benefits of being professionally refitted in 2004 with all new electrics, plumbing, standing and running rigging, navionics, hatches, hull windows, toilets and sinks. All this contained within an immensely strong GRP older classic hull with a semi long keel makes this a superior sea friendly boat with a harbour friendly cock pit.
Built in 1983 by the World famous and renowned Pelle Petterson at Askim, Sweden.
An enormously strong and comfortable Maxi 130 sailing ketch with high levels of generous stowage, headroom, an open feel below deck, and a wonderfully large and comfortable cockpit area. The hull construction and rigging are extremely robust and to the best Swedish quality of finish. This high quality is also to be seen in the thick teak joinery and panelling below decks.
'INSHALA ' had been maintained to an excellent standard by two very fussy owners from new, both men are engineers and perfectionists. We have had Inshala for the last 5 years and have continued to upgrade and maintain her.
In 2015 a replacement engine Volvo TMD 22 P-C was fitted and has only done 1500 hours
|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Volvo TMD 22 P-C|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||12.8m|
|Length at waterline:||10.5m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||3/4 Keel|
|Displacement:||10 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||350 Litres|
|Water capacity:||450 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||75 Litres|
The Volvo TMD 22 P-C diesel engine sits in a sound proofed, centrally sited engine room with an exhaust fan for when the outside temperatures go over 50c. It is extremely easy to get to almost all of the main maintenance points. Aft of the engine is the galvanised 350 litre diesel tank with storage space on top for oils and lubricants. A sight glass is built into the tank to take readings of fuel available. Forward of this is the heavily insulated 50 litre hot water tank with a 230 volt immersion element. (Fitted in 2005) and below that an automatic powder fire extinguisher. (Fitted in 2005)
The engine was installed in 2015 Total hours 1500 hours.
Hull and deck of GRP moulding to Lloyd's Regs.
- Lead keel of 3.5 tons totally buil t-in.
- Sandwich deck moulded to hull. Non-skid deck surface.
- Skeg-mounted rudder. Emergency tiller stored below decks.
Standing room in all cabins, saloon and heads.
Extremely large bed with high headroom. New high quality memory foam mattress 2016. Alternatively can make a double and a single.
Storage shelving, cupboards and hanging lockers along both port and starboard sides.
Access to main washroom.
12 volt and 230 volt sockets for both the wall mounted 12 volt fans and auxiliary 230 volt fans.
Large storage areas under bed.
New Fitted carpets 2016
Twin bunks along port side lower level is 3/4.
Hanging locker with large open storage shelving beside. Also contains an integral set of steps to gain access to deck through the centrally fitted deck hatch.
Door to washroom . Marine toilet, small sink with hot and cold water taps. Storage below sink and shelving below window.
Large storage area under lower bunk.
Teak panelling with washable vinyl ceiling. New fitted carpets 2016.
Access to unlock fore locker.
Large saloon with 2 settees, or 2 berths, plus 2 sea berths above settees. Storage below settees, behind settees and also below sea berths.
Hull and above Deck
- All anodes replaced 2016.
- Rope cutter on propeller shaft. (2005}.
- New propeller fitted 2009/10.
- Teak and stainless platform fitted on stern to take sturdy teak and stainless passerelle fitted in 2005 .
- Stainless steel guardrails all around cockpit fitted 2002.
- Stainless steel roll over bar fitted 2002.
- Stem head fitting with chain roller.
In additional to the main Bugel anchor, two additional anchors are also included, a Fortress with chain and rope and a Brittany Spade Anchor
There are 80 meters of anchor chain with a vertical drop into the anchor well. Access via the forward locker is extremely easy.
A sea water pump outlet is also fitted for anchor washing as she rises.
Anchor and windlass well fits flush in foredeck. Windlass is controlled either at the helm or at the bow.
In 2005, a new stainless steel bow plate, anchor rest platform and two anchor locking pin mechanisms were added.
Mooring cleats: 2 forward, 2 amid ships and 2 aft. In 2005, two aft and two forward stainless steel fairleads were added adjacent to the cleats.
In 2005, the dingy davits were removed and powder painted and 2 new ratchet winches added to them.
Two stern teak and stainless steel seats were added in 2005.
Stainless steel safety railings all around cockpit. Additional stainless steel hand holds around cockpit area and a "roll over" bar over hatchway added in 2005 as a head protector and sturdy hand hold and life jacket attaching point.
Genoa track in light alloy with slides and block.
Mainsheet track of 'X' type with slides and traveller.
In 2005 a 3 meter thin strip of teak was added beside the port and starboard tracks to prevent any damage to the deck gel coat should a car twist.
In 2005 two large ST Harken genoa winches and two smaller ST Harken furling winches replacing the original non tailing Lewmar equipment were installed.
On the port side close to the cock pit is a stainless steel cowl for the engine room fan assisted cooling system. Installed in 2005.
2 very large deck lockers, one each side of cockpit. Each has a fast drainage to sea. One is set up for gas storage and has an electrically operated gas shut off valve which was fitted in 2005 and is operated from below decks. In the other are the controls for the stern transom shower wash with hot and cold water. (Fitted 2005
A new helm binnacle was designed, built and installed in 2005 from top grade stainless steel. Contained within it is the Raymarine 6000+ auto pilot and Raymarine chart plotter (2005) with a sturdy hand hold at the top and clip on points at its base. The controls for the pre heater, starter ,rev counter, engine temperature gauge, oil pressure warning light, throttle, windlass, horn and Hifi are also installed here. A waterproof cover was also made for it in 2005.
Helming can be undertaken stood or seated.
To the port side of the binnacle is the Raymarine ST60+ VHS radio. (2005)
Ahead of the binnacle over the hatch way sits the Raymarine ST60 instruments of wind speed, depth meter, boat speed and wind speed for sailing into wind. The Raymarine VHF DCS radio speaker is also here. All fitted in 2005.
Within the port side cockpit coaming is where the shore power socket is situated. It is a safe and dry installation point.
Large self-draining cockpit with folding teak table, teak gratings. Safe and comfortable when heeled.
Bimini -full cockpit size. Can be used whilst sailing.
HiFi waterproof speakers. Switchable from binnacle.
2 volt socket for evening lighting or tools.
Storage under table.
Custom made clip on points.
Custom installed compass set into table under glass with night light.
Table lighting for evening dining set into binnacle.
The cockpit has new foam cushions all round and can seat 8 people comfortably fitted in 2016 .
There are 6 ventilators placed on dorade boxes.
There are also 3 Gebo hatches fitted in 2005. These are dark tinted and have built in mosquito nets, curtains and exterior hatch covers.
There are also exhaust fan outlets fitted into the deck for the galley and shower exhaust fans.
A spinnaker pole is held on the deck port side.
Large area between chain locker and forward cabin, currently used to hold all 8 fenders, cruising chute ropes in a rope locker, including a 300 foot rope to reach to shore, generator, hose pipes, electrical shore power reels, spare anchors, sea water pump for deck washer, spare pumps , canvass sheeting , swimming floatation sticks, fishing net, boat hooks and a full custom made winter cover.
Could easily convert into a mini workshop if world cruising.
The Honda 240 volt, 4 stroke petrol generator has full electrical protection and is controlled by the energy input management system in the engine room.
Marine toilet, sink with H&C water. New toilet, sink, sink surround and temperature controlled shower/tap fitted in 2005.
75 litre black water holding tank.
Shower flows to 150 litre holding position within bilges. Removed by automatic electric (new 2017) or manual pump.
Located along the starboard side.
Double stainless steel sing with temperature controlled swiveling mixer tap (hose pulls out), sea water tap and manual fresh water tap and a Nature pur filter system for water.
Four burner Force 10 gas stove (new 2015) with built grill in the oven with oven on gimbals with harbour lock mounted centrally in worktop.
Large storage area for pots and pans below.
Top loading fridge within worktop. Fridge compressor and ice box replaced in 2005. Fridge drains to bilge.
All worktops replaced in 2005.
Storage cupboards below sink, with water pumps, all new 2005, for easy access. These feed the fresh water cold and hot, plus the sea water anchor wash .
Food cupboards above the length of galley with shelving above.
Five draws for cutlery and galley items.
Sockets for 230 volt, gas cut off local switch and gas detection, plus the fridge temperature control.
Extractor fan and two overhead fluorescent lights.
Beside galley is a full size hanging locker now used to hold vacuum cleaner, bowls, pans, cleaning materials etc.
The dingy is a Nautend. With bow bag,seat, oars, pump and spares. Purchased (2016)
The outboard is a Yamaha 5HP two stroke engine.
Masts by Selden with a telescopic aluminium spinnacker pole mounted on the deck
- 2 mizzenmast winches: each 1-speed.
- Standing rigging and turnbuckles in stainless steel.
- Mainsail - slab reefing and with lazy jacks .
- Mizzen - slab reefing.
- Genoa - roller reefing. Furling gear with replaced in 2005.
- Cruising chute and sock .
- All rigging, both standing and running, were replaced in 2005
Navigation station with full-size chart table, all in polished teak.
Above the chart table is the left and right hand instrument panels that were replaced with all wiring in 2005. The left hand contains those for engine hours, water tanks, amps and engine management system. Below that are the LEDs and breaker switches on row 1 for lighting, engine room light, instrument light, compass light, navigation lights, tricolour light, at anchor light and deck light. On row 2 are the lights and breakers for the fridge, deck wash, salt pump, fresh water pump, VHF, HiFi, horn, navigation instruments, weather instruments and 12 volt sockets. On row 3 are the LED and breaker switches for switching between engine and service battery readings, dimmer switch for the panel's lighting, water tank reader, fans for galley, washrooms ,engine and main gas shut off.
The right hand panel contains a Weatherman LCD panel, a Navtex CRT screen, Glomax TV rotatable antenna, (fitted on top of the mast in 2005) Sony radio/CD player, a Raymarine STGO multi function instrument and a remote Raymarine 6000+ auto pilot control.
Behind the panel and not visible is part of the lightening protection system with a through the hull grounding plate. Fittedin 2005.
Above the chart table is a map reading light,1 2 volt fan and large shelving area across it and onto the right hand adjacent hanging locker.
Beside the chart table are two 230 volt sockets and two 12 volt sockets.
Beneath the chart table lid is a very large storage area for charts, books and other items. Beneath this are several drawers for storage and to the left of this is a large cupboard
Opposite the chart table are the stairs from the hatchway, which are mounted upon the forward part of the engine. To the right of the stairs are the controls for the main service switch, main engine switch, main windless switch, incoming energy selector for shore, inverter or generator with a phase alerter wind generator on/off/brake or reset, automatic or manual bilge pump selector and an amp meter for the wind generator. All fitted in 2005.
A purpose built fold down seat was mounted on the engine cover to sit at the chart table in 2005 .
A purpose built holder for the hatch boards was fitted behind the steps in 2005 .
Life jackets and harnesses
Cockpit harness attachment points
5 fire extinguishers
MOB throwing line
2 Horseshoe flotation devices
Manual and electric bilge pumps