Hurley 22 - £3,250
The Hurley 22 is a long-established family cruising yacht that was developed in 1964 and first sold in 1966 when it became an instant hit. Apart from her pretty lines she is solidly built and is a good performer. The Hurley 22 was designed to be raced as well as cruised but it has been her cruising performance that has won the respect of many yachtsmen over the years. The Hurley 22 performs well, is sea-kindly and has proved herself on long cruises. In fact, several Hurley 22's have crossed the Atlantic, and at least one has cruised the Pacific.
'Amelia Jane' was built in 1986 by Ravensail. She is equipped with a fin keel and is in beautiful condition. She is equipped with roller reefing for the foresail and unusually for a boat of this size she has been fitted with a Facnor mainsail furling and reefing system. Her sail number is 1187. She is currently ashore in a boatyard close to Warrington.
The GRP on the hull, topsides and deck are in excellent condition and she is ready to sail away.
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|LOA||: 22' 0" (6.7m)|
|LWL||: 17' 1" (5.2m)|
|Beam||: 7' 6" (2.3m)|
|Draft||: 3' 10" (1.2m)|
|Engine Type||: Outboard|
|Engine||: Mercury 4HP|
The saloon provides a comfortable space for relaxing and dining . She offers attractive and comfortable accommodation . There are a total of four berths, two singles in the fore cabin and two singles in the saloon. There is a small galley and space for a heads.
The galley is equipped with a small, single burner, spirit stove and there is a formica work surface. There is a sink with fresh water via a manual pump.
Mainsail with in-mast reefing - Good condition
Foresail with roller reefing - Good condition
VHF DSC Radio
Stowe depth sounder
Battery with solar charger
Main anchor with chain and warp
Spare anchor with chain and warp