Colvic Watson "Narvik 35", designed by G L Watson and built by Jay Jay Marine of Southampton in 1980. Capable of extended cruising and a true liveaboard motor sailor. Single internal helm station.
Register your interest now with John on +44(0)7564 366 639
This Colvic Watson "Narvick 35" ketch was built by J&J Marine, Southampton in 1980 to a design of G L Watson.
She's a strong and well-built motor sailor - a true live-aboard vessel that is also capable of extended cruising in traditional comfort.
Length Overall: 34'6" / 10.51m
Length at Waterline: 30'9" / 9.37m
Beam: 13' / 3.96m
Max Draft: 4'6" / 1.34m
Displacement: 12 tons / 12,193kg
Ballast: 5 tons / 5,080 kg
Designer: G L Watson - based on a Watson lifeboat type hull and was the largest Watson motor sailor.
Hull and deck GRP mouldings by Colvic Craft. Hull moulding number 1308.
Complete interior and fitout into a "Narvik 35" by J&J Marine, Southampton.
Perkins Sabre 120 Build 3797; Engine No. 142529 (Bowman FH440 (XF2) Heat Exchanger, Ford Dorset D380)
Gearbox:Borg Warner BW 72 Velvet Drive 2.1:1 - No. 3744
Racor water separator/primary filter 2040TM element
Oil cooler rebuilt 2013
Main heat exchanger renewed 2011
Stern gland repacked 2013
Spare stern gland packing in engine spares locker
Spare oil (HALFORDS HOF233) and fuel filters (Racor 2040TM and HDF296 x 2)
Spare cooling hoses
Spare Jabsco impeller for raw water pump
Spare bilge pump
Fuel: 2 x 150 l
Water: 2 x 150 l - plus central 500l (but possible leak).
Forward locker with sea anchor and signal flags (16")
Forward cabin with 6'6" berth and hanging locker, anchor chain, spare anchor and warp storage under, plus small stowage space forward and under berth.
Forward berth cushion cover renewed.
Forward head / shower
Main cabin with U sittee and table to port and settee berth to starboard, additional berth behind settee
Main cabin cushion covers need renewing.
Sail stowage behind U berth, generous stowage under and behind settee berth
Galley with Neptune 2 burner hob and grill on gimbals, 700W microwave oven (shore power only) to port
Gas water heater in galley, pumped to showers forward and aft.
Chart table and 24V fridge to starboard
Steps up to spacious pilothouse with all-round visibility, raised bench seating for 3 persons to starboard, single seat behind helm to port. Side sliding doors to sidedeck.
Pilothouse cushion covers original, but still serviceable.
Sturdy footrests fitted in pilothouse
Traditional sunroof in pilothouse
Engine room access from pilothouse sole.
Steps down to aft cabin with double berth, small hanging locker, stowage under berth, access to emergency tiller
Aft berth cushion cover renewed, memory foam mattress topper and shaped bedding included in sale.
Aft head / shower
Head linings renewed 2010
All internal lighting MR16 LED bulbs except for a couple of reading lights
Main & Mizzen sails Antonio Martins Portugal
Genoa (H319) luff 10.24 leech 9.88 foot 5.21 ex Halberg Rassey 34
No 1 Jib luff 9m leech 9m foot 3.6m
No 2 Jib (fitted with luff rope for roller) 6.15m luff 4.8m leech 3.15m foot
Storm Jib 6.9m luff 5.6m leech 2.4m foot
Forestay replaced 2008
Running rigging renewed 2012
Mizzen stays replaced 2012
Gibb 28RC and Lewmar ST30 two speed winches near pilot house doors
(Gibb replaced old Lewmar which had lost a bearing, and is kept on board for spares)
Main and two halyard winches on main mast
Mizzen halyard winch on mizzen
Sterling charger for dual 24V battery banks connected to shore power
Galvanic isolator fitted to shore power
Solar panels and 24V dual bank voltage regulator displays at helm
Breaker panel at helm position
Voltage dropper 24V/12V and separate 12V breaker panel at helm position
24V leisure battery to starboard, 24V starter battery to port
Battery isolator switches and cross-coupler in engine room.
Electric bilge pump in engine compartment
Auxiliary bilge pump in main cabin
Seiwa SW 1101 chart plotter with integrated SWR-8 radar and GPS
ST7000 Autohelm with Cetrek steering motor (24V)
Autohelm log and depth sounder (spare GPS on Seatalk bus)
Seatalk to NMEA bus converter connects plotter to Autohelm
NASA AIS receiver connected to plotter (VHF aerial on mizzen mast)
NASA Clipper wind vane connected to plotter
DSC VHF with dedicated GPS (VHF aerial on main mast)
Windlass on foredeck with rope drum.
60 m of 10 mm anchor chain and 45 lb CQR anchor
Seago RAFT-G-6 s/n G1106039 6 person life raft, service due.
Offshore red parachute flares, hand held flares and smoke flares; expiry not known
6 x F9 fenders and fender racks to stern
2 x horseshoe buoys with lights
Fire extinguishers in pilot house and aft cabin and fire blanket (galley)
Emergency boarding ladder aft
2 x 13 kg propane (Patio Gas) canisters in outboard ventilated locker to starboard
Spare 20 litre diesel in aft cabin hanging locker
Additional 20 litre container for refuelling under aft berth
Water hose in aft locker in aft cabin
Sextant in aft cabin hanging locker
Plastimo dinghy (two person)
Sigmar 120 heater in main cabin with day tank, stove pipe under settee berth
FM radio with USB and speakers in pilot house and main cabin
Raincatcher radar reflector fixed to mizzen
12V Cello TV with indoor aerial
Honda EUI10 super quiet generator, connects to shore power outlet to charge batteries for starting if needed.
4 x 5 litre oil containers in port pilot house locker for emergency changes
5 litre petrol for generator in port pilot house locker for generator
4KW Eberspacher in port pilot house locker, mainly to aft cabin, blower to assist forward cabin heating
Warp stowage on foredeck with small kedge anchor
Small vacuum cleaner under settee berth
Trolley for fetching fuel etc. in main cabin locker
MR16 spare LED bulbs aboard
Hull repainted by previous owner
Main ballast replaced with lead 2009, leading to increased stowage under cabin sole
All deck fittings resealed 2009
All below waterline gate valves replaced with bronze seacocks 2009
Manual bilge pumps replaced 2009
Houdini hatches in fwd and aft cabins replaced with Gebo 2009
Aft manual bilge pump relocated from aft head to pilothouse 2010
Stainless steel grab rails fitted 2009
Hull treated for minor osmosis by previous owner and Coppercoated 2011 [14 litres required]
Gooseneck drilled and bushed, boom endcaps removed, corrosion treated and refitted 2013
Aft pilothouse bulkhead replaced with fibreglass 2015
Rudder stripped back and treated with "liquid zinc" and Hammerite 2019
Hull and rudder anodes renewed April 2019
Treadmaster on decks and walkways is old but serviceable.