|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
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For sale is my 1984 built Hunter Liberty, WABI''', in clean and tidy condition and ready to sail away.
To the best of my knowledge this Liberty was built around 1984 by Hunter Boats to the design by David Thomas. My one is the first version marketed as the Liberty 22.
From what i know she was originally sailed in Scotland as 'Fairlee' and then came to the south coast....i bought her 5 years ago.
WABI''' has had many upgrades since i have had her including a refit and re-paint last autumn.
Although intended primarily for sheltered and inshore waters i have sailed WABI''' across to Brittany and back twice, last year i spent 3 months cruising western and southern Brittany including the passage of the Raz de Seine.
She is currently lying to a tidal mooring in the river Tamar in Cornwall.
|Vessel type:||Sailing boat|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Mariner 4 stroke|
|Fuel type:||Petrol (Gas)|
|Length over all:||6.7m|
|Length at waterline:||5m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull colour:||Light blue (painted)|
|Fuel capacity:||12 Litres|
|Water capacity:||20 Litres|
The Hunter Liberty has a simple layout.
Just inside the companionway to port is a large heads compartment now used for storage. (originally fitted with a marine toilet which is available to potential buyer if wanted)
Just to stbd inside the companionway is the small galley....this has been moved from it's original position which is now taken up by a charcoal pansy stove (Hampshire Heaters)
The main cabin space is an open space comprising of a pair of settee/berths with an infill and stowage underneath.
Usual collection of lines and fenders.
Anchor, Manson 7kg with 15 Meters of 7 mm chain and 40 Metres of weighted warp.
Water containers in heads compartment.
Also available are the 2 original alloy booms, the sea toilet and some original loose fittings.
VHF/GPS fixed unit.
The 2 freestanding alloy masts are the originals but have been modified to a sprit-boom layout with pine sprits.
The mizzen mast has been moved aft slightly out of the companionway which makes access into the cabin much easier.
Forward there is a short stub bowsprit set up for mooring and anchoring.
There is a set of sails (main and mizzen) in serviceable condition and also a brand new mainsail which has been hoisted but not used at the time of advert.
Many new replacement lines and blocks...mostly Harken.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.