“Bellatrix” Colin Childs designed 31′ yacht. SOLD SOLD SOLD

The builders were H. Heinz and R. Burgess. The hull, deck and framing are made from steel plate with continuous welds. The frames and scantlings are constructed from 6mm steel plate on edge.

The keel is made of steel plate, filled with ballast. The rudder is transom hung and made of steel plate with a timber tiller.

The engine is made by: Yanmar

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G 53

Sails on-board: Two mainsails (one traditional brown dacron), three headsails (one traditional brown dacron), two spinnakers and storm sail.

There is accommodation on board for six people. There is a v-berth double cabin, port and starboard quarter berths and a double settee berth with the use of the drop down table.

Galley: The galley is inline, located on the port side next to the companionway steps. It has the chest fridge under the settee, an oven with a removable bench top panel above, microwave and a stainless steel sink. The galley has 240-volt power sockets.

Stove/oven: The cooktop/oven is an All Marine pressurized kerosene type. A 240-volt microwave oven is fitted in the galley. All components look in good condition.

Fridge/icebox: The fridge/icebox is a portable Autofridge eutectic system. The fridge is located under the port settee.

Navigation station: The navigation station is located on the starboard side near the companionway. It is set out with the electronics in easy reach.

Saloon: The saloon area is made up of a fore and aft settees on the starboard side with a timber table between. On the port side is a small straight settee with a cushioned back. The table can be lowered to create a double berth.


Hull Type:Mono
Hull Material:Steel
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