Hi, You are looking at my catamaran Willy Tippit, I launched her in 2008 having taken about 15 years to build her from a pair of hulls that had previously been produced by Advantage Multihulls. She has a Nick Barlow carbon/ply rotating wing mast, hulls are solid glass up to the chine and foam sandwich above that, they were produced from a mould. Main beam is epoxy composite with carbon reinforcement. Rudders and daggerboards are carbon composite.Front and rear beams are aluminium extrusion.The sails were made by GPsails and are Carbon laminate, the jib is self tacking.The trampolines were made by GPsails.She is fairly basic and lightweight, there is standing headroom in the middle of the hulls and she has 4 large single births.After launching, we sailed for 4 years, she handles fantastic, is really light on the helm and pretty zippy.She has lifting rudders and daggerboards and can dry out on a mooring.She can be taken apart for transport and has 2 trolleys that the hulls sit in and you can use for launching at a slipway.There are 4 large axle stands that can be used to store the boat on dry land.We took her out of the water in 2012 in order to concentrate on house improvement works whilst my wife was pregnant, she was stored indoors in my workshop at home.comes complete with anchor, all rigging, sheets, sails cooker, portaloo, battery solar panels, has 4 lewmar winches, harken rear traveller and mainsheet blocks.The mast can be put up and taken down using system bolted to mast base (supplied)Now for the bad bits:Early in 2012 she came off the mooring and sustained some cosmetic damage to the starboard hull (see photo) we were still able to sail her, but the hull will need some paintwork.The outboard was stolen out of my garage, you will need something like a tohatsu ultra long shaft 6hp as that is ideal.The port daggerboard is damaged following grounding it during round the island race.The trampolines are complete, but the stitching on the bolt ropes needs re stitching , as one recently detached.The jib needs a minor repair.She does now need some work to restore her to full racing/cruising condition.We have now bought a large cruising catamaran which is a bit more family orientated and so I intend to sell her as is and not to repair her as I originally intended.Anyone wishing to view can call me on 07824473812 Open to sensible offers
Current Price: £15000.00
This Shuttleworth Arrow Sailing Catamaran 28 Feet boat is located in Christchurch, BH236AA and is being sold on eBay by ril4609.