Colvic Victor 40

Motorsailer from the year 1987 - 12,5m length - in Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)

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34.364 €
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GRP sailing yacht Colvic Victor 40 ''Alona'', built in 1987 by Colvic Craft England. Design by John Bennett,  The Colvic Victor 40 offers exceptionally generous accommodations in a characteristic heavy displacement hull with good seakeeping performance Alona is a Colvic Victor 40, the hull of which was purchased in 1989. It was finished fitting out in about 1992, but when we purchased it in 1997 it had not been extensively used. During the last 25 years we have taken it to Venice and back, both passages being through the rivers and canals of France, circumnavigating the coasts of Italy, Croatia, England, Wales and Scotland south of the Great Glen in the process.  

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Features of Colvic Victor 40:

Basic data

  • Type: Motorsailer

  • Year : 1987

  • Length: 12.5 m

  • Location: Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom)

  • Name: Alona

  • Flag: -

  • Shipyard: Colvic

  • Material: Fibreglass

Dimensions

  • Beam: 3.81 m

  • Draft: -

  • Ballast: -

  • Displacement: 10000 Kg

Capacity

  • Maximum number of passengers: -

  • Cabins: 2

  • Berths: 4

  • Heads: 2

  • Water capacity: 500 L

Motor

  • Number of engines: 1

  • Power: 98 HP

  • Fuel capacity: 350 L

  • Motor type : Inboard

  • Fuel type : Diesel

  • Make of the motor: Mermaid Melody 2

  • Engine usage (hours): -

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This Motorsailer's equipment

Electronics

Autopilot, Depthsounder, Wind speed and direction, Compass, Vhf, Radio

Electricity/ Motor Colvic Victor 40

Inverter, Shore power inlet

Deck equipment

Cockpit table, Cockpit cover, Lazy bag, Lazyjacks, Liferaft, Tender, Davits, Swimming ladder, Steering wheel

Comfort / Interior

Electric bilge pump, Refrigerator, Manual bilge pump, Battery charger, Heating, Marine head, Oven

Sail

Alona is a ketch with a roller reefing genoa and conventional main and mizzen sails with lazy jacks.
The  mizzen sail has had little use, having been a spare sail until this season, and the mainsail was cleaned and serviced in November 2021.
While this sail is well pre-owned, there is a spare sail in a safe under the cot in the main compartment. The genoa was serviced in November 2021.
There is also a cruising chute.
All of the standing rigging was professionally replaced in August 2017

Furling genoa, Battened mainsail

Construction

GRP body and deck with long keel and projected half skeg hung rudder 
The body is grp and has frequently been inspected for osmosis and none has been detected.
A fresh gelcoat was applied below the rubbing strake in 2006 for aesthetic reasons.
The deck of the cockpit and surround is teak, there is a non-slip rubber matting on the bar roof and down the sides of the bar and the remaining deck is coated with International
Paints Interdeck non-slip paint.

Mechanicals

Engine 
The current engine, a Ford Mermaid Melody II, was tailored in 1999. It was last assistanced in December 2021 and filters and impellor were replaced.
A fresh starter motor was tailored in March 2022 and there are fresh starter batteries.
The gearbox was tailored fresh in 2017.
All the bearings on the propellor shaft were replaced in 2016.
Electrics 
i2 volts via 4 batteries replaced 2019 through to 2022 
There is a socket for sand potential in the cockpit. This feeds to an MCB and on to a pair three pin socket. One of the sockets is pre-owned for a charger charger/conditioner which is connected to the engine and assistance circuits apartly. The other socket is pre-owned to feed a series of sockets around the vessel via a RCB.
There is a 240v inverter for use when there is no sand potential. This has limited output and cannot be pre-owned for example by the electric kettle.
The main vessel unit is 12 volts and all of the illumination are LEDs. 
Water System 
Pressured hot and chilly water unit. 
Heating
The vessel is heated by a Reflex Danish oil fired boiler located in the galley.
Hot water unit is heated via the stove and on a gravity feed basis 
This has two gravity fed radiators, one in the stern compartment and one in the stern quantity.
The gasoline basin for the boiler is in a cupboard in the central compartment and there is an electric pump to feed diesel from the main basin onto this gasoline basin.
It is possible to cook on top of the oil stove.
Gas unit
The gas safe for the stove is in the lazarette, which contains two Calor Gas cylinders.
There is a solenoid valve to isolate the gas, the switch being adjacent to the stove.
The whole gas unit was inspected in 2019 and a Gas Safety Certificate was obtained.
Tankage 
Diesel basin 1x 350 litres in Stainless Steel
Water Tank 1x 500 litres in Stainless Steel
Holding Tank 1 x 112 litres in GRP 

Accommodation

Overview 
The main compartment is at the stern and has a full dimensions double cot. It is professionally tailored out in wood with a dressing “desk” stowage draws, stowage safes and a wardrobe which together provide adequate cloths stowage for a real live aboard vessel.
There is a center compartment with a single dock and shelving, with stowage safes under the cot.
The forward compartment has a large V dock with safes beneath and a wardrobe/cupboard.
Heads and showers
The stern quantity have an electric pump which discharges directly to the sea. There is a shower and shower tray, wash hand basin and large wet safe in the shower room.
The bow quantity have a hand-operated pump and discharges into a 25 gallon holding basin. This is pumped out to directly to the sea. There is also a shower tray, shower with flexible shower front and wash hand basin.
Saloon
There is a large central deck bar with a fixed desk and bench accommodation to the seaport side and refrigerator and blueprint desk to the starboard side. The interior navigation position is to starboard side and the reinforced glass gustows on all sides provide beam and good visibility making it a pleasant living room – the hub of the vessel.
Galley
The galley is to the fore of the deck bar at a lower level and includes two sinks with a mixer spray tap. There is a gas oven, grill and two burners adjacent to the sinks.
There are drawers and safes which provide adequate stowage for cooking and e

 
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Colvic Victor 40

Colvic Victor 40 is the make and model of this motorsailer of 12,5m of length and 3.81m of beam. The sale price is 34.364€ and you can see it in Dumfriesshire (United Kingdom).

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