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Mark Cameron Yachts
The Challenger 31 is a relatively unknown design from the board of Angus Primrose and built by the highly respected Trident Marine. Moody like in her appearance the Challenger 31 shares the flared bow, knuckled hull at the sheer and fuller hull sections found in the Primrose designed Moodys of the era. A solid and reliable cruiser she offers her crew spacious accommodation below decks with a well protected cockpit aft.
Benefitting from a minor re-fit in 2018/19 JACOBITE is offered afloat, in commission and ready to sail away to make the most of the late summer months. Her inventory including highlights such as:
Afloat on her mooring in Oban JACOBITE is available for viewing strictly by prior appointment.
Single piece GRP moulded hull
Encapsulated long keel
Internal structural members formed in GRP and glassed to hull
Plywood bulkheads and furniture bases glassed to hull.
Topsides finished in original white gelcoat.
Painted burgundy sheerband
Underwater hull finished in red antifouling
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP moulding incorporating coachroof superstructure and self draining cockpit
Deck and coahroof top finished in moulded non-slip patterened panels
Original white gelcoat finish to moulding
Treadmaster type material panels to finish cockpit seating
Harwood slat sole grating in cockpit
Keel & Rudder:
Long encapsulated keel
Transom hung full depth rudder
Engine & gearbox:
Yanmar 3GM30F marine diesel engine (2002)
Three cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled
Kanzaki mechanical reversing marine gearbox
Single lever morse controls.
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine serviced annually, last service spring 2021
Cruising speed 5kts
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propshaft
Cutlass bearing replaced in 2018
3 blade bronze fixed prop
Laminated hardwood tiller
Raymarine ST2000+ Tiller pilot
Raymarine service in 2019
The boat had the 12VDC system fully re-wired during the winter of 2018/19 including the installation of a new switch panel.
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system
Extension lead to connect boat to shore supply
4 Gang socket bar below companionway steps
Battery charger, immersion heater
Bank 1 – 1x 12VDC, lead acid (2019)
Bank 2 - 1x 12VDC, lead acid (2019)
Single engine driven alternator
230VAC – 12VDC charger
Normal and ‘fast charge’ options
Voltage gauge by switch panel
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Mixer faucet in galley
Mixer faucet in heads, extending to be used as a shower head.
Filtered drinking water faucet in galley
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Single diesel tank
Approximate capacity 80ltrs
Single fresh water tank.
Approximate capacity 80ltrs
Depth – NASA Clipper, new transducer installed winter 2018/19
Log – NASA Clipper
Wind – NASA Clipper
Plotter – Raymarine RC435
Silva S10 DSCVHF
Galley Stove – ENO 2 burner and oven gas cooker
Stainless steel sink
Jabsco manual marine toilet
Mixer faucet extending for use as shower head
Wash hand basin
Heating & Ventilation:
Plastimo catalytic gas heater – not regulation compliant
Overhead lighting throughout
Wharfadale CD/Radio head unit
Speakers in saloon
Summary of Accommodation:
4 berth over two cabins
Double berth in forward cabin
Heads compartment with shower
Traditionally built interior
Furniture of hardwood veneered plywood with solid hardwood trims finished in a satin stain
Plywood sole boards finished with carpets
Tile finish to heads bulkhead and countertop
Tiled worktop in galley.
Headlinings of vinyl covered ply panels.
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
Traditional V-berth layout
V-berth converting to double berth.
Storage lockers outboard of berths on two levels with doors
Bin storage lockers below berths
To starboard aft of forward cabin
Inboard facing marine toilet located outboard aft
Counter top with inset wash hand basin forward.
Hardwood slat sole grating.
Shower sump pumped overboard to discharge
Bench settees port and starboard.
Both settees converting to single berths, trotter box to extend starboard bunk.
Bulkhead mounted folding table dropping down with folding leaf to port.
Storage lockers outboard of settees overhead
L-shaped galley to starboard of companionway
Worktop forward with inset stainless steel sink
Gimbal mounted as cooker outboard centrally
Small section of worktop aft outboard.
Storage locker below cooker.
Larder locker aft of galley
Aft facing chart table at aft end of port settee bunk
Navigator sitting on aft end of settee.
Chart storage within table
Ships switch panels and VHF all within easy reach
Deck stepped, single spreader, mast head sloop rig
Silver anodised alloy mast and spars.
Stainless steel standing rigging, fully replaced in 2019
Hood Sea Furl continuous line reefing system for genona
Slab reefing mainsail
Block and tackle kicker
Running rigging fully replaced winter 2018/19
Mainsail halyard and reef 1 lead aft to cockpit
Primary Winches – 2x Harken 32, two-speed, self-tailing
Secondary Winches – 2x Lewmar 10, single speed
Cockpit Halyard Winch – 1x Lewmar 10, single speed
Mast Mounted Halyard Winch – 2x Lewmar 6, single speed
Mainsail – White dacron, fully battened, slab reefing. Owen Sails 2019
Genoa – White dacron with burgundy UV Strip. Roller reefing, Nicholson Hughes Sails 2001
Mainsail cover – Stackpack type cover with mast boot (2019)
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – CQR anchor on chain rode
Electric Windlass – SL SeaWolf windlass, power UP only
Mooring Warps - Selection
Fenders - Selection
Double stainless steel bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails
Deck mounted stainless steel stanchions
Two tier guardwires running the length of the decks, replaced 2019
Alloy mooring cleats mounted on deck forward and aft.
Hardwood grabrails running the length of the coachroof sides from the mast aft
Moulded cockpit coamings with winches mounted outboard.
Cockpit bench seats port and starboard with lockers beneath
Mainsheet spanning the cockpit forward
Removable cockpit table mounting in socket on cockpit sole
Antenna mast aft to port
Folding swimming ladder on rail to starboard.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, 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 owners specific needs.
Mast re-wired in 2018/19
Low level nav lights
Liferaft – Crewsaver Mariner 4 person raft, mounting in cage on pushpit rail (2019)
JonBuoy inflatable Danbuoy module
In this case we are acting as brokers only.The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.