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Bristol Yachts Channel Cutter "TALARIS" was designed and built to take the punishment of extended offshore cruising. And she was built with a new improved rudder, anodized mast and boom, all teak wood, and many, many upgrades. She was finished to a standard that demonstrates that the once Spartan BCC could have plenty of creature comforts. "TALARIS" is equipped with all the extras from hot water, pressure water, shower, Force 10 heater, propane three-burner stove, Sea Frost engine driven refrigeration, Cape Horn self steering gear.The mechanicals include all the upgrades with a fuel filtering system, and three-blade feathering Maxi-Prop. The navigation equipment is complete including radar, SSB, VHF with DSC, depth display, and chart plotter. All appropriate instruments are in the cockpit. "TALARIS" has had many upgrades by her knowlegable owner. The boat is superbly kept and is highly reccomended.
Beautiful, traditional teak interior
Galley to port connects to chart table to starboard creating huge galley
Refrigerator doubles as stand up navigation station
Sea Frost Engine drive refrigeration
Cabin sole is teak
Bronze opening ports with screens and extra screens
Beautiful overhead faux butterfly hatch (the betterfly hatch opens aft or forward)
Lighting is all Alpenglow and or LED low amperage
Forward cabin is beautifully finished
Force 10 cabin heater with tile backsplash
solid teak cabin sole (oil finish)
Quarter berth to starboard
Salon settee berths are both extra wide
Pilot berth to port slides out to double berth (also extra wide)
Forward cabin - multipurpose room has work bench, cabinets, finished lockers, cedar
closet, head, sink/shower, sump pump, forepeak stowage, huge opening hatch with sky
light and ventillation
Workbench doubles as fifth berth
Shelved entertainment station cabinet in the salon forward to port
Force Ten three-burner propane stove with oven and broiler
Propane solenoid switch with alarm
Ice box refrigerator has a Sea Frost Engine drive cold plate and extra insulation.
Fresh water foot pump
stainless steel sink
Hot and cold pressure water
Seagull water filter
Seaward hot water heater (engine heated)
Holding Tank with Y-Valve
Mixer faucet with sprayer
Lockers are gelcoated inside!
Dry storage areas have hinged lids
Outboard stowage with dividers
Propane soleniod (alarm)
70 gallons fresh water in two tanks
Enclosed head w/huge opening hatch
Lavac toilet installed on the centerline
Y valve and holding tank
Holding tank has deck pump out or overboard pump out
Hide away sink with shower faucet
Sump pump and teak grate
Divided storage and cedar lined hanging locker to port
Deep cabinets to port for stowing everthing
Closing teak door
Alpenglow overhead light with high and low amp functions
Additional LED dome lights
GFI outlet and 12 volt outlet
Raymarine C80 Radar/Plotter installed on swing out arm for cockpit viewing
2KW Raydome with SS Guard
Icom 802 Single Sideband Radio with AT-14F Antenna Tuner
Pactor III modem
Icom VHF with DSC and remote full function cockpit mic
Garmin GPS color plotter
Cape Horn Self Steering
Raymarine Smart Pilot tiler pilot with Grand Prix with remote (08)
Two 12v outlets and Cockpit Mic connection in the cockpit
Yanmar 3GM30, 27 HP
One inch stainless steel shaft
PYI dripless shaft seal
Maxi-prop folding three blade prop with spare
Special engine room features:
Oil drain installed in the bottom of the oil pan
Engine cooling water intake is through a sea chest which also supplies the refrigeration compressor and fresh water foot pump
Racor with vaccume guage
High output alternator (105 Amp)
Entire engine room painted with gelcoat
Engine has been perfectly maintained.
12 Volt System
105 amp Alternator
House has a bank of Five (5) Gel Cell Batteries 650 a/h plus the start battery
Prosine battery charger for shore power (30 amp) with inverter
Tricolor mast head light
Upgraded electrical system with the ability to take either 120 or 240 volt shore power
Pressure water pumps
Sails and Rigging
Bow sprit, boomkin, boom gallows
Forespar aluminum keel stepped mast and Forespar aluminum boom
Double spreader rig
Standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire new in 05.
Bowsprit is laminated Douglas Fir
Furlex roller furling headsail system with low friction leads on port side
The sails are the very best, from Carol Hasse at Port Townsend Sails. New in 2006. They have been lightly used (no long journeys) and professionally cleaned and stored every year. The Main has extra roach with trailing edge battens.
Hanked on Staysail
Mainsail- loose foot, no battens, installed on strong track, with lazy jacks, and topping lift and boom end, double side sheeting to teak blocks on the taftrail
Two reef points with slab reefing first reef is deeper than second. Line stoppers on the boom with a dedicated reefing winch.
110% high cut yankee with foam luff
Storm Trysail- with separate mast track – sheets to oversized cleats aft
Spare set of Tanbark Sails.
Barient bronze, self tailing two speed sheet winches
Barient bronze, staysail sheet winches on the cabin top
Anderson ST winch on mast as well as two Barient Bronze winches for jib and staysail
Hull and Deck
Hand laid solid fiberglass hull
Epoxy barrier coat (Devoe 2005)
Deck is marine plywood sandwiched in fiberglass with molded non skid
Bow sprit of laminated Douglass fir
All teak exterior wood varnished with high gloss cetol
New thru hulls in 2005
Cabin house with straight sides and round bronze opening ports
Beautiful faux butterfly hatch hinged to open either fore or aft
Wide side decks
The doghouse forward opens fore or aft,.
Eight inch bulwarks.
Bulwarks are off the deck for drainage in boarding seas
Double life lines on solid stantions
Massive teak sampson posts
Bow pulpit and Stern Rail
Massive external rudder
Boarding gates both sides amid ships
Massive bronze chocks and cleats
Massive rub rail with bronze striker the length of the hull
Chris Ford Doger, Bimini, side curtains, weather cloths and sail cover.
Hatch cover and tiller cover
ABI Manual Bronze Windlass
Double anchor rollers with secondary haws pipe to divided anchor locker
Primary anchor is 35lb CQR with 200' ft of HT high tensile 5/16" chain and 250 ft of 9/16th nylon rode
25 # Fortress/danforth type
Two dinghys which share a 2003 Honda 2HP outboard:
(1) Inflatable to row from beach to mooring: 2001 Avon Redcrest. Avon dinghies are made out of Hypalon.
(2) Stored upside down on deck: 2007 Fatty Knees, 7-foot version.
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