1977 Currawong 30 now for sale with DBY Boat Sales.
The Currawong 30 is one of the original Australian designed Half Tonners which was one of the most popular and successful local halves to have been built.
Built by Geoff Baker of Seaway Yachts Australia, and designed by Peter Joubert, a Melbourne professor of engineering, they are excellent, moderate displacement, 3266 kg yachts, having a full rated sail area of 49.2 m2.
They have full headroom, five berths, a separate head and ample galley with generous navigation space.
With their age allowance, they are still competitive in offshore and twilight racing.
It's hard to find a neater example of this classic yacht with the upgraded engine replacement to an exchange 2005 model DV20 20hp Bukh which has been serviced by Bukh since the install.
The sail wardrobe is extensive and even includes the option to use a simple self-tacker for two of the No 4 headsails.
With a recent engine service having just been done along with fresh antifoul at the end of 2019, she is in sound condition and ready to go.
Inspect before you miss out.
|Price Base||: SOLD|
|Length||: 30.00 Feet|
|Category||: Cruising Boats|
|Hull Type||: Fibreglass|
|Hull Style||: Single|
|Power Type||: Sail|
|Type Of Sales||: Dealer|
|Engine Make||: Bukh DV20|
|Engine Type||: Bukh DV20|
|State||: New South Wales|
|HIN Number||: AUWWA042603C77|
|Stock Number||: PWCG303095|
|Registration Number||: KINORAN|
|Designer||: Peter Joubert|
|Builder||: G Baker, Seaway Yachts|
|Water (Potable) Capacity (l)||: 100|
|Hull Construction Material||: Fibreglass|
|Hull Type||: Mono|
|Deck Construction Material||: Fibreglass|
|Country Origin||: Australia|
|Length (feet)||: 30 feet|
|Length (m)||: 9.14 m|
|Beam/Width (feet)||: 4.83 feet|
|Beam/Width (m)||: 3.0 m|
|Draft (m)||: 1.68 m|
|Keel/Ballast||: 1837kg ballast|
|Number of Helms||: 1|
|Engine Notes||: Reconditioned exchange DV20 installed by Bukh 2005. Serviced 2019 by Bukh.|
|Number Of Engines||: 1|
|Engine Standard||: Bukh DV20|
|Engine Hours||: Low|
|Horse Power (hp)||: 20|
|Drive Type||: Shaft|
|Engine Room||: Located under companionway steps with heat and sound insulation. Immaculately clean.|
|Number of Batteries||: 2|
|Fuel Type||: Diesel|
|Number of Fuel Tanks||: 1|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (L)||: 40|
|Propeller||: Hydralign 3 blade self-feathering|
|Steering System||: Tiller plus ''Tillermate''.|
|Accomodation Notes||: Single bunks with lee cloths on all|
|Number of Berths||: 5|
|Number of Toilets||: 1|
|Toilet Type||: Lavac manual|
|Galley Notes||: Simple metho cooking gimballed stove in stainless steel protected area.|
|Stove||: Metho 2 buner + grill|
|Refrigeration||: Ice box under nav table could easily have plate fitted and become a 12v fridge|
|Number of Sinks||: 1|
|Anchor / Winch||: Manual|
|Bilge Pump||: 1 x electric, 1 x manual.|
|Deck Gear||: Fenders, lines, boat hook, spinnaker pole.|
|Mast/Rigging||: Standing rigging, stainless steel wires with aluminium mast and boom. Self tacking track for headsail|
|Sail Inventory||: Main, No - 1, 2.5, 4 (2 of), Storm sail, 2 asymmetric Spinnakers.|
|Electrics||: 12v, 1 house battery 2020 and 1 engine start battery 2019|
|Electronics Navigation||: Raymarine speed, depth system with Triducer.|
|Safety Gear||: Fire extinguishers, safety lines, safety harnesses, life jackets|
|Covers||: Dodger, Bimini, Cockpit, Main sail.|
|Ground Tackle||: CQR plough anchor with ample chain and warp.|
|Has Navigation Lights||: Yes|
|Number of Life Jackets||: 3|
|Remarks||: Very good condition for age. Classic design from the 70's.|
|Vessel Name||: KINORA|