1979, Angus Primrose design, heavy duty cruising yacht with 2007 Nanni 50hp diesel, bowthruster, behind the mast furling main, radar, Plotter, Raymarine autopilot, 2017 DSC VHF, heating, shore power and battery charger, wind generator, 2017 holding tank, hot water and shower!
GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, blue markings. Centre cockpit, bermudan sloop rig, wheel steering, fin keel.
Designed by Angus Primrose and built by Marine Projects, Plymouth.
LOA 11.0m 36ft 0in
LWL 9.14m 30ft 0in
Beam 3.8m 12ft 4in
Draught 1.8m 5ft 10in
Mainsail 22.6sq m 245 sq ft
Genoa 43.4sq m 467 sq ft
Behind the mast furling mainsail (new uv strip 2006). Genoa roller reefing system with furling genoa (2006). Spare older genoa. Light weather genoa. Storm jib. Cruising chute. Alloy mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging. Selden boom strut. Winch at cockpit for genoa furling wire.
Nanni 4 cylinder 50hp inboard diesel engine fitted new in 2007. Propeller shaft and propeller changed in 2007. Current engine hours around 350. Water lubricated shaft seal.
Lewmar bowthruster with controls at wheel.
240v shore power with Cristec battery charger. Rutland 913 wind generator. High currect alternator charging to 5 x 12v batteries (engine start, 2 domestic, generator and 1 anchor winch/bowthruster).
3kw diesel water cooled generator fitted behind the main engine with dedicated start battery.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, sprayhood, spraydodgers with name, cockpit cushions, boarding ladder, wheel steering, spinnaker pole, 2 x Lewmar 42 self tailing sheet winches, 2 x Lewmar 42 secondary sheet winches, 2 x Lewmar 8 halyard winches at mast, outboard bracket on pushpit, anchor with 80m of 10mm chain (20m of which was new 2017), Vetus electric anchor windlass, mooring warps and fenders.
Whitlock compass, Garmin Fishfinder 1600, Clipper log, Clipper wind, Icom IC-M323 DSC VHF radio (2017), Icom IC-M423 DSC VHF at cockpit with separate aerial, JVC radio/CD, windvane at masthead, Raymarine ST6002 autopilot, Chart Plotter with radar overlay, second chart plotter, AIS transponder, radar scanner on mast, radar reflector, clock and barometer, navigation lights, steaming light, tri-colour masthead light and anchor light.
Seago liferaft (service date 2018), danbuoy, horseshoe lifebuoy, fire extinguishers, fire blanket, gas detector, carbon monoxide detector, smoke detector, rope cutter on propeller, electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump.
Eberspacher diesel hot air heating system (2008). Her galley has a gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill, Sharp microwave, refrigerator, cutlery and crockery, hot and cold water supply, hot water via Rinnai instant gas water heater. Her forward heads has a marine toilet, wash basin and shower. Her aft heads has a marine toilet and water basin with hot and cold water. 50 gallon water tank. Holding tank (2017) for forward heads. Blue fabric upholstery. Teak and holly cabin sole.
There are 7 berths in 2 cabins plus the saloon including 2 vee berths in the forward cabin with infill to make a double, a large double berth in the aft cabin and two singles in the saloon with lee cloths.
"Pamela Jane" was purchased by her present owners in 2006 and was professionally surveyed at the time. As the hull was particularly dry at the time her owners had the hull professionally epoxy coated by Burnham Yacht Harbour as a preventative measure. Her engine was installed new in 2007 and a 3kW diesel generator installed at the same time. Her Lewmar bowthruster was installed by Tollesbury Marina and Eberspacher heating was fitted in around 2008. Other gear and equipment have been upgraded or fitted when needed including a holding tank, battery charger, wind generator and new VHF radio. Overall "Pamela Jane" is a wonderful example of these popular cruising yachts.
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Maldon, Essex CM9 8SE