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Jeanneau Selection 37 for sale in Tollesbury United Kingdom

OFFERED BY

David Morris Ltd

LOCATION

Tollesbury United Kingdom

YEAR

1984

LENGTH

37.07 ft.

DETAILS

Condition

Used

Year

1984

Make & Model

Jeanneau Selection 37

Boat type

Sail

Length

37.07 ft.

Fuel Type

Diesel

Location

Tollesbury United Kingdom

Tax status

Inc VAT

MEASUREMENTS

Beam

328.08 ft.

Draft

20.01 ft.

DESCRIPTION

1984 Jeanneau Selection 37, fin, very versatile boat for either fast family cruising or club racing. Great accommodation with 8 berths. Engine, rig, sails and much more updated during present ownership.

MECHANICAL

BETA 25hp diesel engine (approx 2009), shaft drive to Brunton 2 bladed folding propeller. 39 litre fuel tank with 2 steel fuel containers. Consumption per hour is around 3 litres at a cruising speed of 6 knots. Engine hours around 2000.

ELECTRICAL

2 compasses, Raymarine depth, speed, windspeed and wind direction. DSC VHF radio with command mic, tillerpilot, C70 Chart plotter with radar, Actisense NDC-2-C Data Combiner, course computer, radar, barometer, navigation lights with LED pulpit light and LED tri-colour.

NAVIGATION

2 compasses, Raymarine depth, speed, windspeed and wind direction. DSC VHF radio with command mic, tillerpilot, course computer, radar, barometer, navigation lights with LED pulpit light and LED tri-colour.

SAFETY

Liferaft cradle, 2 horseshoe lifebelts, fire extinguishers (require servicing), 2 manual bilge pump require servicing).

DECK GEAR

Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, boarding ladder, 2 x Barbarossa 41.2 self tailing sheet winches, 2 x Barbarossa 41.2 secondary sheet winches, 2 x Barbarossa 30 halyard & reefing winches, 2 x Barbarossa 40 halyard winches, 20lb CQR anchor with chain and warp, fisherman kedge anchor, mooring warps and fenders.

SAILS

Radial cut fully battened mainsail (One Sails, dyneema reinforced - 4 seasons use) with 3 reefing points. Stack-pack mainsail cover and lazyjacks. Custom genoa roller reefing system. Furling No 1 working jib (Hood - great cruising sail with uv strip). Blade jib (GP Sails - used once, with UV Protection cover). Storm jib (unused). 3 spinnakers (1/2oz runner, 1.5oz and 3.5oz North). Alloy mast & boom by Z spars with stainless steel standing rigging (see below - rig changed in around 2005).

DOMESTIC

Her galley has space for a gas cooker (recent Tecma 2 burner cooker with oven and grill may be available), top loading refrigerator, hot and cold water supply to sink from 2 x flexible 70 litre water freshwater tanks and approx 15 litre calorifier. Separate 20 litre drinking water supply and faucet. Hot water via engine or 240v immersion heater. Her separate heads compartment has a marine toilet and wash basin with shower. Light blue fabric upholstery.
ACCOMMODATION
8 berths in 2 cabins with 2 x double aft quarter berths, 2 single saloon settee berths and double "V" berth in the forepeak.

OWNERS COMMENTS

OWNERS COMMENTS
We purchased Crazy Suzy, formally, “Too Much Selection” in December 2004 from “West Water Brokerage” in the Walton Backwater’s with the aim of having a boat for:
1. Coastal and inland Cruising Britain and the near continent, short-handed.
2. Accommodating our daughters and their families
3. We could race in local and club events.
4. Would be light, quick and pleasing and to sail.
She has fulfilled our expectations in every respect.
We have cruised as far north and west to the Outer Hebrides, South and west to Britany and from there France, Belgium and inland and coastal waters of the Netherlands. Throughout this time, we have been confident and never worried that she would not do the job safely in a variety of conditions.
Launched in 1984 on the Clyde, Crazy Suzy had a Triple Spreader rig with we believe the otherwise standard specification throughout of Transverse Spreader’s, Runners and check stays and a 12hp Yanmar engine and 8 berths.
During our ownership we have:
• Changed the sail plan to a new Z Spars” mast with swept back spreader’s, extended to the Gunwale and dispensing with Runners etc.
• Purchased a deck sweeping full hoist GP Sails radial cut Dyneema reinforced Blade Jib and UV cover, designed and built a foresail roller to improve ease of handling and a One Sails tri-radial Dyneema re-enforced fully battened mainsail. Coupled with a Hood aramid re-enforced parallel cut working Jib for cruising.
• Renewed Standing rigging and fitted Dyneema running rigging.
• Fitted A new 25 HP BETA diesel engine and Brunton 2 bladed Varifold folding propellor
• Replaced all Cushions and covers and up-graded headlining
• Moved the chart table and hanging locker to give “line of sight” contact between the Chart table and Helms person and increased galley space, added to the insulation and fitted a Waeco cooling unit to the Cool box, installing a calorifier with immersion heater and engine water heating.
• Fitted a Raymarine C70 Multi-function display Radar and Autohelm Wind depth and speed and SPX5 Course Computer together with a Comar AIS and Actisense Multiplexer. together with an Icom - ICM 505 radio and command mike all fitted to a single display in a custom pod in the cockpit giving Radar and AIS overlay on chart navigation and autopilot and communications capability without having to leave the helm.
• Fitted a Merlin Marine DC Electrical system with integrated Buss Bars and fuse and switch/ Breaker panel on a single panel supplied through a master fuse box for starting and Domestic supplies and Sterling 240AC/12V DC battery charger and 2x105AH Lifeline AGM aero Batteries
• Tecma 2 ring Grill and oven Gas cooker
Repairs Maintenance Modifications and Guidance
During our ownership we have carried out a number of repairs, re-enforcements and modifications to Crazy Suzy which have in significant part been with guidance and advice from appropriate professionals and most significantly,
• Re-enforcements to Floors and hull around the Keel area,
• Re-enforcement to stress areas for alternative high load Sheeting and Runner attachment, Keel re-seating and Rig changes.
• Preparation laminating and bonding procedures, materials and inspections.
We have closely followed the advice given and been grateful for both professional and supplier advice and guidance and pleased with the results.

PROPULSION

Engine Count

1

Engine Horse Power

25

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

HULL

Hull Material

GRP

Hull Type

Fin Keel

OTHER

Builder

Jeanneau

Keel Type

Fin Keel

ABOUT JEANNEAU SELECTION 37

The Jeanneau Selection 37 is 37 feet long that boasts a 330 feet beam. This 1984 diesel Jeanneau Selection 37 with 25 horsepower. The Jeanneau Selection 37 is made of grp.

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