1984 Mirador 20

£3,500
Devon
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1984 Mirador 20

General Specification

Builder :
Bell Woodworking
LOA :
6.1m  (20ft 0in)
Beam :
2.46m  (8ft 1in)
Draft min:
1.22m (4ft 0in)
Keel :
Lifting

Construction

  • Wood/epoxy construction
  • Red with white trim and blue antifouling

Mechanical & Electrical

  • 9.9hp Mercury Sailpower

Rigging & Sails

  • Bermudan Sloop rig
  • Aluminium mast/spars
  • Easily controlled mast lowering/raising
  • 2 x sheet
    winches
  • Roller reefing gear (not used by current owners)
  • Main
  • Jib
  • Genoa
  • Storm jib
  • Spinnaker

Accommodation

  • 4 berths in 2 cabins, plus cooker and toilet
  • The boat has a good cockpit with seating to either side and a locker under the aft deck. In the cabin there is a full-length quarter berth to either side. Forward of this, to port is the galley area, which has a cooker (2 burner and grill) and storage but no sink unit. There are also twin Gaz fitted units which can be used in place of the aforementioned cooker. There is a removable table which fits over the keel box and in the bow there is a full length V-berth plus a Portapotti chemical toilet. It is understood that the vessel’s upholstery, and general decor, is in good condition, the bunk cushions being covered in woven fabric.

Equipment

  • Navigation equipment:
    Speed and distance log, echo-sounder, bulkhead compass, navigation lights (masthead and anchor)
  • Safety equipment: Lifebuoy
  • Deck equipment: Danforth anchor plus chain and shock rope,stainless steel pulpit, stanchions and guardlines
  • Purpose built, recently refurbished 4 wheel road trailer (new wheel bearings and stainless steel brake cables)

Remarks:

Professionally built, this boat has been maintained inside and out to a high standard, regardless of cost. She has been launched once (for trailer location purposes) since having a detailed professional inspection followed by re-epoxying, painting and Teflon hard anti-fouling. It is understood that there is also a flat-bed transporter which can be used in conjunction with the road-trailer, which could be included at an additional cost of £550. This looks to be a very smartly presented vessel, of a type that is both popular and comparatively scarce.

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