|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Toormore near Schull west Cork Co Cork Ireland|
The Anderson 22 was built as the definitive tough, miniature offshore cruiser thanks, largely, to the abilities of Bob Salmon, who founded the Mini Transat, and competed it in one of these. They were a heavily built vessel with a modest rig with a retractable keel.
This vessel is rigged to be sailed from the cockpit. It has a modest 4 births with sea heads, and a rudimentary galley with small gas cooker. There are no electrics but that could be easily remedied if you wish to sail further afield. She was used for sailing locally and is quick through the water and great fun to sail either singlehanded or crewed.
She has been well maintained and will need very little to put her back in the water. The sea cocks are well maintained and working as is the heads.
She is sitting on an excellent four wheel road trailer with four new wheels and tyres that has never been in the salt water. She has roller reefing, Danforth anchor, manual bilge, main sail cover, well maintained 4hp Mercury four stroke SailPower outboard which sits in a well in the cockpit and can be removed whilst under sail.
She has a displacement of 1,179 kg
LOA 21ft, 9” (6.63m)
Beam 7ft 7” (2.3m)
Draught 1ft 10” to 4ft 6” with keel down.
All is working as it should, but she has been on the hard for a year or two whilst she has been ungraded and improved. She is very dry inside with lots of dry storage inside.
The keel moves up and down as it should and was recently checked and lubricated.
There is plenty of information to be found on the internet on this vessel as well as an active Facebook page under Anderson 22 owners.
|Vessel type:||Fractional sloop|
|Builder:||Anderson, Rigden & Perkins|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Mercury 4hp SailPower four stroke|
|Fuel type:||Petrol (Gas)|
|Length over all:||6.6m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Lifting Keel|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.