This 1992 Midget 31 (double ender) is in good condition. Her inventory includes a Vetus 33HP diesel engine, in-boom furling mainsail, furling genoa, 6 berths, hot water, heating, autopilot and much more. "Celtic Maid" has a long keel and her RCD Category is "A" (Ocean going). Viewing is recommended.
GRP Hull and deck
Hull and deck are laminated together. The exterior side of this junction is covered by a strip of teak which is finished with a half round profile of stainless steel.
The shape of this yacht has its origin in the classical mould of the fishermen's yawls
out of Lynaes, situated at the north-coast of the Danish island Seeland.
This shape, which has been in the Scandinavian countries for centuries is considered as ideal for fishing and sailboats. It's shape is able to resist bad weather.
Aluminium mast with a single set of spreaders in a stainless steel tabernacle
Mast lowering kit
Halyard winch on the mast with clutch jammers
Tan in boom reefing fully battened mainsail in good condition
Second wire forestay
Tan furling genoa with U.V. strip in very good condition
The Saloon has an open plan feel. There is a comfortable U-shaped settee with storage underneath and behind. The saloon table convert to a double berth. Storage cupboard to starboard and an opening deck hatch.
The aft facing chart table is to port aft of the settee with a navigator's seat and switch panel.
The galley is opposite to starboard with a Wallas "Safeflame Ceramic 100" 2 burner paraffin cooker and oven, Insulated cooling box with 12 Volt refrigerator unit, stainless steel sink with hot water from both the engine and shorepower, storage lockers and drawers
Twin aft cabins Cabins with double berths, opening portholes into the cockpit, shelves and cupboards.
Heads compartment to port (between aft cabin and chart table) with marine toilet, holding tank, stainless steel sink with hot water.
Other: Hot air heating,
She is very clean inside. All the bright-work is very good except for the saloon table which requires a sanding varnishing. There are two very small areas of the headlining that require attention.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardrails
Stainless steel bow fitting with anchor roller
Electric Windlass with anchor and chain
Mooring lines and fenders
6 x Mooring cleats
Teak grab rails
2 x Vetus Dorade deck vents
Teak sliding hatch
2 x Genoa sheet tracks
Main sheet traveller in the cockpit
2 x Self-tailing "Andersen" genoa sheet winches
1 x Self-tailing winch on the coachroof to starboard with clutch jammers
Large sprayhood (canvas requires attention) with handrail
Teak cockpit seats and cockpit sole
Self draining cockpit
2 x Cockpit lockers
Self-draining gas cylinder locker
Power supply switch board
Engine circuit 1 x 60 Ah, Services circuit 1 x 100 Ah
Navico Wind (masthead unit missing)
Robertson AP3000 autopilot
Icom Handheld VHF
Radio/CD Player at the chart table with saloon speakers
Tri-Colour, Steaming and deck lights
Dual circuit cooling with sea water filter
Insulated engine compartment
Fuel level indicator and diesel filter
2 x Fire Extinguishers
Manual Bilge Pump
"Bruntons" 3 blade self-pitching "Autoprop
"Celtic Maid" is in good condition and appears to have had light use from new. She has a fine solid feel to her and is surprisingly roomy inside.
This double ender is Category "A" which makes her an ocean going sailing cruiser. She really is a sweet cruising boat for the family, which in turn makes viewing a must.