Bruce Roberts 36 Steel Sailing Cruiser

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This boat was started in 1984 by Edward Rushby who was a professional welder, in his back garden, his neighbour who was an engineer then bought her from him and transported her to the Humber Cruising Association in Grimsby where he continued to build her over several years and at great expense, top quality nav and coms equipment, a powerful hydraulic auto pilot, heavy duty hatches and deck gear make her seem a very safe boat.

She is very comfortable inside with a good size galley with lots of storage.

Everything on board seems to be as new.

In 2012 a survey was done and it states that the plating and welding were to a good standard with very little rippling or distortion.

The frames were constructed of 8mm mild steel which is to the design specification.

The craft plating appears to be of good quality mild steel plate with thicknesses of approx. 5mm on the bottom and on the sides of the gunwale and the super structure is 3mm.

She is designed and built for category B sailing waters.

The interior of the hull has been insulated using fibre glass wool.

The fit out is with various good quality timbers.

The decks and hatches have recently been painted with non slip and has a new companion way hatch she now looks fantastic.

This boat needs a gas locker, cooker connecting and VHF radio connecting.

This boat has been greatly reduced for a quick sale and is a real gem for someone !

Please note some external photos are before she was recently painted.

The cost for a lift out is £14.50 per metre

Lift and hold is £180

The average cost of survey would be about £450

These boat details are subject to contract.

Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

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Bruce Roberts 36 Steel Sailing Cruiser
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