Accommodation The Myra 21 accommodation offers two berths with sitting headroom. The cabin consists of a settee V berth offering two single berths with a marine toilet beneath the starboard berth with the possibility to create an infill which would then make a double berth. To either side aft are storage cupboards with a small sink (manually pumped cold water supply) to port and single burner gas cooker to starboard. The cabin has been lined with a light green carpet to a high standard, the woodwork refinished and the cushions and upholstery replaced with blue vinyl creating a cosy cabin for overnighting. Mechanical Systems Located in insulated cockpit engine box, BMC 4-cylinder 1.8 litre 38hp inboard diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Morse type single lever controls with electric start. Shaft drive via gearbox to fixed 3-bladed propeller. Remote stern gland greaser. Vetus plastic fuel tank. Revcounter, voltmeter, ammeter, temperature and oil pressure gauges. The engine was overhauled in 2012 including a new heat exchanger, various gaskets and pipework, exhaust elbow and reconditioned injectors. Her current owner has found her to be 'very economical and always reliable' during his use. Electrical Systems 2 x 12v Batteries (2009) charged via engine alternator. Cabin lighting. Deck Equipment Chain and warp (no anchor) Quick Heron electric anchor windlass with controls at helm Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails 2 x Windscreen wipers Blue cockpit canopy Cockpit cushions Transom mounted adjustable outboard bracket Spotlight Fenders and warps Navigation Equipment Plastimo Offshore 70 compass Standard Horizon DSC VHF radio (new 2013) Garmin Fish Finder 140 Garmin 276C GPS colour chart plotter Stereo CD/radio (new 2014) with cabin speakers Clock and barometer Navigation lights Safety Equipment Horseshoe lifebuoy Manual and electric bilge pumps Construction Myra 21 built in 1970 by Myra Plast. Blue painted GRP displacement hull with off white superstructure and decks with grey Treadmaster non-slip surfaces. Long keel with steel bilge plates. During recent years she has been very well cared for, works include removing all old antifoul then priming and antifouling, hull and superstructure repainted and keel band re-bedded. Many items have also been replaced including an improved steel rudder, tinted windows, outboard bracket, navigation lights, cockpit canopy and electric bilge pump. The cabin has been refitted with new linings, all woodwork revarnished and new cushions and upholstery installed. A recent survey has revealed that an epoxy coating applied beneath the waterline has failed and is coming away from the gel coat so should be removed, investigated and re-applied if necessary. This has allowed moisture readings to elevate so may involve an osmosis treatment if blisters are found in the gelcoat.