Greg Elliot is a legend in the Southern Hemisphere where his fast, lean and utilitarian yachts are perfect for making fast passages through the vast expanses of the Pacific Ocean. They are superb seaboats and there design and execution is simple and robust. ZINDABAR is a good example of his craft and has been substantially updated in this ownership. A big refit in 2009 has been followed by a number of smaller upgrades to ensure that she remains ocean ready.
For more information on this vessel, please contact Sue Grant at our Lymington office on the numbers below.
Main (fore), five full length battens, two reefs, area 66 square metres.
Main (mizzen), five full battens, three reefs, area 55 square metres,
Headsail, hanked, standard battens, area 51 square metres.
Staysail, soft hanks, standard battens, area 19 square metres.
Removable inner forestay and check-stays for stay sail.
Additional Kevlar racing mizzen mainsail.
Additional Kevlar racing headsail.
Retired cruising Dacron main (fore), main (mizzen) and headsail.
Open deck-space cockpit for sailing, watersports activities and entertaining.
Under-floor storage lockers.
Three side lockers in each side of cockpit coamings.
Forward adjacent cockpit under spray dodger.
Forepeak locker providing watertight compartment and storage for anchor rode.
Deck-wash pump and hose.
Stainless steel boarding ladder.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Simpson Lawrence rope/chain anchor capstan.
CQR anchor, chain and warp.
Spare anchor, chain and rode.
2 x Fenders.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Hard-top spray dodger installed (2009).
4 x Sunbrella sail covers (2011).
RFD 8-man liferaft in bag.
Man overboard life rings with 2 x lights (1 x with danbuoy in recessed stern tube).
15 x RFD 150 Newton offshore lifejackets.
4 x Parachute flares.
4 x Hand-held flares.
2 x Orange smoke daylight signaling.
Man overboard retrieval throwing ring.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.