|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Sutton Harbour, Plymouth Devon UK|
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Cornish Crabbers Shrimper 21 - completed in 2019 (but only launched in July 2020), and merely trialled in Plymouth Sound once before being delivered into her berth here in Sutton Harbour Marina. Not used since!
If you fancy a fresh, new Shrimper 21 with immediate delivery 'Skylark' is the one.
Her discerning and exacting owner specified her inventory with utmost care to ensure she was as simple to handle as possible (due to his compromised physical health) and had custom made pulpit rails and and an electrically operated windlass (with remote control) fitted 'up forward', while the standard hull's bilge runners were extended, specifically to ensure that if on a drying mooring the vessel would remain upright and secure for uncompromised comfort onboard.
A side benefit to these features is that this particular Shrimper may be transported on a simple flat-bedded trailer or truck too!
The toilet hasn't been used; the main cabin's cushions have only been sat upon briefly; the forward and cockpit cushions haven't been used. At last count, there had only been a little over four hours engine running.
'Skylark's underwater surfaces were 'Coppercoated' from the factory. In preparation for the 2021 season they would only require a scrub and you could be enjoying this popular, classically styled, weekender/creek explorer within days of setting eyes on her.
The balance of the boat's marina berthing (up to July 2021) could be available to a new owner if required and would provide a super base for exploring Plymouth Sound and the river Tamar estuary before moving to alternative future moorings.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Yanmar 1GM10|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||21'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Lifting Keel|
The Shrimper 21's accommodation features more headroom throughout than in the original 19' version and four sleeping berths, with the same two primary berths in the main cabin, but additionally two berths in the for'peak, running over the marine-flushing 'heads'.
The for'peak is provided with a degree of privacy and separation that was never possible in the earlier versions of the Shrimper by means of part bulkheads.
This particular Shrimper 21 also utilises the cockpit to its greatest possible extent by means of a custom made and removable cockpit canopy, combining with an adjustably mounted cockpit table for 'al'fresco' lounging and/or dining.
The for'peak is provided with an aft opening hatch over the toilet space; the toilet itself is unused (still covered by it's original protective wrapping) and is connected to the sea via a 28 litre holding tank, with electric discharge pump and deck evacuation point.
There is a centreline-mounted LED light fitted overhead.
In the Main Cabin, galley facilities take the form of a two-burner gas-fired stove to starboard and a stainless steel sink to port of the accessway to the for'peak. There is provision for crockery stowage outboard of the sink, with a large storage locker beneath. A 'Tannoy'-style ventilator is fitted through the deck, directly above the cooker. An adjustable table may be mounted to the starboard side of the low centreplate housing for dining at, or for food preparation. Reading lights are of stylish chrome/stainless steel material and accommodate
Dark Blue Hand laid solid GRP hull with no foam core. Integral
centerplate case laminated as part of the complete hull structure. Internal bunk and
forepeak moulding bonded into hull with internal structural bulkheads bonded to both hull and deck mouldings. The hull and deck joint is by way of an overlap or ‘Biscuit Tin Lid’ with GRP bonding.
Deck Construction: Hand laid GRP with Balsa core in way of horizontal load areas. Hard wood pads under deck fittings and stress points.
Rudder: The rudder is constructed from laminated Plywood with a stainless steel lifting drop plate.The rudder is transom hung on two stainless steel hangings bolted through the transom with Hardwood backing pads.
Ballast: Ballast is by way of iron punchings encapsulated in resin inside the hull keel moulding. A galvanised steel centerplate forms part of the ballast with a stainless steel lifting wire leading to a winch lifting system operated from the cockpit.
Manufacturer Provided Description:
The Shrimper 21 is the most modern boat in the Cornish Crabber range, designed to enhance all the magic that the Shrimper series offers with a continued focus on the classic finish and build quality yet offering more space and some new features.
The lifting keel gives a shallow 1’10” draught making her ideal for both cruising and inshore exploring. Drying moorings are easily accessible keeping running costs to a minimum.
The rig is optimised to make the boat easy to prepare for launching using a clever pivoting bowsprit making mast lifting safe and easy. The very simple track & strap mainsail attachments streamline the rigging process.
Unusually for a boat of this size the standard boat features a Yanmar 9hp inboard diesel auxiliary engine. This sets her apart from the other trailer sailers on the market.
The self draining cockpit is well protected with high coamings and has room for up to 6 adults. Spacious cockpit lockers to port and starboard offer dedicated battery, water and gas storage. Teak inlays are a stylish option.
Below deck the accommodation is satisfyingly generous including a well-appointed galley with a double gas burner and fully plumbed sink. A full size double forward v-berth is easily accessible from the saloon with 2 full length settee berths extending under the cockpit. A sea toilet can be fitted as an option under the forward berth.
Every boat is built to order with exterior colours and interior layout finished to your liking. Top quality deck fittings, sails and boom cover come as standard.
• 12V DC electric anchor windlass, mounted on a custom made stainless steel
mounting, securely bolted to the aft face of the for'deck well. A remote control
was also purchased to be able to operate the windlass conveniently; from the
cockpit for instance.
• Set of blue covered cockpit cushions (unused and some still in their protective
wrappings), in 'Ambla' waterproof fabric.
• Aqua Signal LED tricolour light at masthead.
• Folding and removable sprayhood on stainless steel frame.
• Full cockpit enclosure; extending from trailing edge of the sprayhood.
• Cockpit table.
• Red ensign.
• Four inflatable fenders.
• Four mooring ropes.
• Aerosol fog horn.
• Manual bilge pump.
• Raymarine Axion 7" Colour Chart Plotter (giving anticipated depth and SOG,
amongst other features).
• Raymarine ST1000+ autopilot.
A Yanmar 1GM10 9hp single cylinder diesel engine with a total of 4 hours run (just enough to test it upon launching the vessel and to deliver her into Sutton Harbour marina!
• Conventional shaft drive via stainless steel shaft fitted with a ‘lip seal’ by Tides
Marine (for conveniently minimal maintenance and a dry bilge)
• A fixed, 2-bladed propeller.
• Rope cutter.
• Single lever Morse engine control mounted to hand in the cockpit.
• Fuel: 38 Litre Plastic fuel tank with integrated fuel contents gauge.
• Water: 2 off 10 litre plastic 'Jerry' cans.
• Holding Tank: 28 litres. With level gauge
• Fitted with the optional second battery, with rotary selection/isolation switch.
• 6-way 12V DC distribution panel.
• Electrical bilge pump with auto switch to supplement the standard manual bilge
Mainsail: Hoisted just once, to establish that it fitted the spars. Covered by an acrylic sailcover.
Roller-furling Jib: Set on a carbon fibre 'Aeroluff' and provided with the 'optional' UV protection strip of course.
Mainmast: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a stainless steel mast band to take Cap shrouds, jib and mainsail halyards. Mast deck mounted on a substantial stainless steel tabernacle.
Main Boom: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a Stainless steel gooseneck fitting, kicker and mainsheet bands and all associated reefing line leads / terminals.
Bowsprit: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a stainless steel pivot fitting, end plate and bobstay take off points.
Gaff: Laminated in Sitka Spruce and treated with Sikkens Cetol including a Stainless steel gaff collar with rubber protection on bearing surface. Wire hoist span and block.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.