'Keltic Host' is a lift keel version of the Kelt 29, which makes her ideal for cruising the shallow waters of the East Coast. She is able to dry out, the hull being reinforced with cast iron ballast. The Kelt 29 later became the Feeling 29.
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On board there are 6 berths in 2 cabins. Up forward in the bow there is a double V berth, storage underneath and a deck opening hatch. In the saloon there are two single settee berths either side of a double drop leaf table. Aft of the port settee bunk is the forward facing chart table with instruments and hanging lock just behind. Opposite to starboard is the L shaped galley with two sinks, manually pumped water tap, Refrigerator. Plastimo Neptune two burner gas hob, grill & oven. In the port quarter is the double aft cabin. In the starboard quarter is the heads compartment with a marine toilet and basin.1.8m headroom. 90 litre water tank.
Located under the companionway stairs is the 1987 Yanmar 2GM20, 2 cylinder, 18 hp diesel engine. Raw water cooled. Electric start. Shaft drive to two bladed fixed propeller. Single lever Morse controls. 32 Litre plastic fuel tank.
One 12v engine start battery (2 years old). One 12v domestic battery (2 years old). 240v ring mains with Mastervolt chargemaster. Charging also via alternator.
Fractional rigged bermudan sloop. Z-Spars silver anodised mast, boom and spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging with adjustable backstay (2010). Terylene running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail with new lazy jacks. Plastimo headsail furling system (2018). 2 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing sheet winches. 2 x Lewmar 30 halyard winches on coachroof. 1 Lewmar 7 halyard winch. 1 Lewmar 6 winch on the mast.
Built by Kelt, France, in 1987. White GRP hull with cavita line. White GRP decks with moulded-in non-slip surfaces. Cast iron lifting keel with lateral skegs on hull. Keel operated by winch on coachroof. Cast iron ballast plate in bottom of hull. Tiller steering to skeg hung rudder with cast iron protective shoe. Tiller extension. Self draining cockpit. Sugerscoop transom.
There is an inflatable dinghy and a life raft available. Subject to negotiation.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.