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The Bowman 46 is a GRP yawl rigged, centre cockpit cruising yacht, a classic Holman & Pye design with graceful line aimed for blue water sailing. Built by Tyler Boat Building Company in 1977.Purchased by her present boatbuilder/engineer owner in 2013, “Corazon” has undergone a substantial mechanical overhaul, including rigging, engine overhaul, steering etc. There remains some final internal finishing. Laid up ashore for the last two years.
White GRP hull – original gel coat, with teak rubbing strake.
Encapsulated lead long fin keel
Skeg supported rudder with hydraulic wheel steering
(New wheel, pedestal and hydraulics 2014)
White GRP deck and low profile coachroof
Self-draining centre cockpit
Teak laid decks – refurbished 2014/15
Teak laid cockpit seats, teak sole grating.
Teak internal joinery
Mercedes OM636 40hp 4 cylinder diesel engine
Closed circuit cooling with heat exchanger & wet exhaust
Reversing reduction gearbox
Shaft driven 3 bladed propeller
Last serviced 2018
Engine stripped, overhauled 2014 with new fuel return lines, heat exchanger,
exhaust bend, head gasket and exhaust lagging etc.
Cruising speed 6kts, max 7.5kts
Engine access from cockpit sole, locker and walkway to aft cabin.
New Engine ignition panel 2014
Fuel - 320L in integral tank, leaned, new pipework & filters 2014.
Freshwater – 800L approx. in 4 integral tanks
Hot water tank – 25 litres heated by engine and immersion heater
12 volt system –
4 x 110 ah domestic, 1 x 150 ah engine and 1 x 110 ah windlass batteries,
Batteries probably due for renewal.
Distribution panel – new
Charging by engine driven alternator and solar panel with regulator.
Interior and navigation lights inc bow, stern, steaming and anchor light.
220 volt system –
Shore power cable and socket,RCB
Ring main with 4outlets,
Dolphin 12v 40 amp marine battery charger
Immersion heater in calorifier tank
Plastimo Olympic 135 binnacle steering compass
Autohelm depth sounder
NASA Marine Target windspeed/direction
Raymarine Smart pilot autopilot with hydraulic drive to quadrant
Navman DSC VHF radio (requires GPS)
Sailor VHF radio
Masthead Hawk wind indicator
Clock & barometer
Deck stepped main and mizzen masts, both with mast steps fitted.
Main mast stepped in tabernacle
Spars stripped and epoxy coated – white gloss finish
Slab reefing booms
Roller furling headsail system
Standing rigging replaced 2015
Running rigging replaced 2015
2 x electric Lewmar ST Genoa winches
2 x ST secondary winches
3 x halyard winches at masts
Mainsail – slab reefing
Blue mainsail cover
Sails reported as in fair condition
Blue Faux Suede upholstery
Varnished teak joinery
Forecabin with V berth
Forward heads compartment to port
Large saloon with central table
C shaped galley with
Gimballed gas cooker with oven
S/s sink with hot & cold water supply
12v front opening fridge
Chart table outboard facing, storage and instruments
Storage lockers in walkway to aft cabin
Aft cabin with 2 x double berths – mattresses required
Aft en-suite heads compartment
Work required to complete the internal refurbishment
Aft cabin 2 x double mattresses required
Saloon side lockers to be re-fitted (in storage locally)
Saloon side deck head liners require fitting (in storage locally)
Owner reports varnish-work fair but could do with re-varnish.
S/s pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires.
Teak laid decks with teak toe rail
Double bow roller
35kg Delta anchor and 110m of 10mm chain
Danforth kedge anchor
Lofrans electric anchor windlass – dedicated battery in chain locker.
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats.
Opening deck hatches – replaced 2015
Deep centre cockpit with cave locker to port
New steering pedestal with s/s & teak wheel.
Teak laid seats, teak grating to sole.
Lockers in backrests
Aft deck with deep lazarette locker.
Mooring warps and fenders
5 hp outboard engine (no dinghy)
Liferaft –requires service
Manual and electric bilge pumps.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.