This boat has the potential to be a very comfortable family cruiser with her three cabins and good size heads compartment.
Unfortunately she has been badly neglected and is now very definitely a project with a lot of work needed to get her up to scratch.
Most of the problems stem from rainwater ingress at numerous places, causing a lot of degradation to the interior. Most of it is not too serious and generally cosmetic in nature apart from one or two places but it can all be handled by a competent DIY sailor with time to do the work.
Serious offers are invited - she really must go to a new owner quickly so a bargain is ready to be had.
She is the Shallow Fin keel version and has a semi balanced rudder with tiller steering.
She was fully Epoxy treated in March 2004.
New seacocks and piping were fitted in 2007.
|LOA||: 31' 2" (9.5m)|
|LWL||: 25' 3" (7.7m)|
|Beam||: 10' 6" (3.2m)|
|Draft||: 4' 8" (1.4m)|
|Engine Type||: Inboard Shaft drive|
|Engine||: Volvo Penta 2002 series 18HP|
Good headroom in the light and spacious saloon. Here the sofa/table converts to a double berth with a single berth opposite.
The forward cabin is also light and airy feeling with good headroom and a comfortable double V berth.
The aft cabin, although reduced in headroom is comfortable and has ample space with its double berth.
There is a separate heads compartment with sea toilet and handbasin (with hot & cold water).
The Galley is fitted with an Eno two burner Camping Gaz cooker with oven, has a Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water and 12v Waeco Fridge.
Sloop rig with Alloy spars by Z Spar.
All standing rigging replaced May 2004 by GRM Rigging.
Running rigging replaced as required.
Slab mainsail reefing, roller foresail reefing.
Winches: 2 Genoa sheet, 2 Halyard + 1 on mast
Sails :- Light No 1 Genoa / Furling headsail / Mainsail / Spinnaker
Navman 5380i colour chartplotter (new 2007)
cMap cartridge for Scotland, West Coast (for Navman Chartplotter)
Navman 3100 Log/speed (new 2007)
ICOM M421 VHF (new 2007)
2x12 volt batteries for engine and domestic use.
Shore power connection.
Warp and chain
Bruce kedge anchor
Warps and fenders
Fire blanket & Extinguisher
Webbing jack stays
Dinghy and outboard available by negotiation
A hot and cold pressurised water system has been installed, with hot water available using an immersion heater on shore power.
The yacht was surveyed in June 2013 for Western Horizon Yachts by Caledonian Marine Surveys. The main points of concern are rainwater ingress and possible damage to the rudder. Extracts can be supplied on request.
A fully refreshed, pre purchase survey report can be made available at a discounted price for a new owner.
This boat is no longer for sale and remains here solely as an information resource for those researching Gibsea 92 Refurbishment Project's.
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Visited and photographed by Rob White for Western Horizon Yachts, Scotland
Listing started in July 2013
This boat is no longer for sale, but you are welcome to contact us with any questions you have about it or similar boats.
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