Doug Peterson 46, 1977
ABOUT THE BOAT
|Year Launched Approx||1977|
|Manufacturer / Design||Doug Peterson|
|LOA approx||14 m|
|Beam approx||4.13 m|
|Hull Type||Mono Hull|
|Hull Construction Material||Alloy|
|Exterior Colour||Dark Blue|
|Engine Name||Perkins M80T|
|Max Speed approx||7.5 Knots|
|Cruising Speed approx||6 Knots|
|Fuel Capacity approx||400 Litres|
|Water Capacity approx||450 Litres|
|Spars||Alloy, Hydraulic vang, Telescopic spinnaker pole|
|Sails||#1 furling Genoa (2015), Furling Staysail (2014), Main 3 reefs, Code Zero on own furler (as new), Asymmetric spinnaker in sock (as new)|
Hot Water System
This is a well built ex 2 Tonne Cup race boat that has been converted into a fast and stable cruising yacht that is easily handled by one person. Her cutter rig on furling gear and the number of self-tailing winches confirms this. She sailed the Pacific single handed.
Her expansive decks allow you to easily move from the cockpit forward and would also be good for sun bathing during the summer months. She has a protected cockpit with large solid dodger that will be ideal for entertaining or even used as extra sleeping accommodation. In the bow there is a locker with enough space for sail storage, ropes and fenders.
Going below you enter a large main cabin with nav table to port and quarter berth to starboard. There is a galley that runs down the starboard side with ample storage and fridge / freezer combination. Up forward you have a big toilet and shower cabin to port and storage opposite. There is a queen plus sized double berth in the bow,
She is a boat that would just easily cruise the Gulf or go off-shore to the Islands. She could also be used for a bit of club racing if desired.
Call Steve Raea on 021 560 436