This is a well maintained Birchwood 31 Commodore built in 1984. Very popular as a liveaboard because of the interior space (11ft 6 inch beam) and good headroom. She'll even sleep 7 - but most comfortable with two. The twin 4 cylinderTAMD30's have been well looked after. Inside and outside steering position gives her even more popularity.
This is a well maintained Birchwood 31 Commodore with a 1984 build number. She will sleep up to 7 in her spacious 3 cabin interior but would be great with just two. Her generous beam really creates space.
The twin Volvo Penta TAM30's produce 110hp each.
Length Overall: 31' / 9.45m
Beam: 11' 6" / 3.51m
Max Draft: 3' / 0.91m
Hull number:03048 built in 1984 - one of the last to be built.
2 x Volvo Penta TAM30 110hp - 4 cylinder and turbo charged
Shafts to 3 bladed bronze props - with line cutter discs
Fuel: 2 x 222 L
Water: 1 x 217 L
V berth cabin in the forecabin, a double that can be made up in the wheelhouse saloon and a single.
The aft cabin large dinette can be made up into a double berth - alongside a spacious L-shaped galley to port comprising a large work surface with ample storage space, Dometic fridge, 2-burner gas hob, grill & oven.
The heads is forward on the starbourd side, and the forecabin has an additional direct door into the heads.
Eberspacher warm air heating system
Pressurised hot and cold water - hot water by gas boiler
From saloon steps lead to aft deck with helm, deck lockers/seating and ladder leading down to the bathing platform
Sterling Pro Charger 20
Decca yacht navigator iv
Sting Ray echosounder
VHF by ICOM IC-M80
Garmin Chart plotter - new in 2015
Fender and warps
Anchor and chain
Various spares, including anodes