Corribee 22

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Boat REF# 214433
Price
£2,500.00
LOA 6.71m (22'0")
Year 1982
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Long keel
Berths 4
Engine 1 x petrol 5hp, Mariner (unknown year)
Lying Medway

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Extra Details

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Designer Roger Tucker
Builder Newbridge Boats
Lying Medway
Fuel capacity 10.0 ltr (2.2 G) Total - 1 Tanks
Water capacity 8.0 ltr (1.8 G) Total - 1 Tanks

Mechanical

Engine 1 x petrol 5hp
Engine make and model Mariner (unknown year)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Engine Cooled Direct
Steering Tiller
Drive outboard
Prop(s) 3 Blade
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded
Cruising speed (approx) 5 knots
Max speed (approx) 8 knots

The inboard engine on this boat was removed many years ago, she is now powered by a 5hp outboard (photos to follow) mounted on a bracket attached to the transom.

Dimensions

LOA 6.71m (22'0")
LWL 5.79m (19'0")
Beam 2.19m (7'2")
Draft Min 0.91m (3'0")
Draft Max 0.91m (3'0")
Displacement 907kg (2,000.3lbs)
Headroom 1.37m (4'6")
Storage Ashore

Rig

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Sloop rigged Proctor Aluminium spars (1982) with stainless steel standing rigging (unknown year)

Sails

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Mainsail Rockall - Slab (unknown year) 2 Reefs
Headsail Rockall - Furling (unknown year)
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Electrical Systems

12 volt, 1 batteries charged by:

Construction

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Construction GRP
Underwater profile Long keel
Finish Gelcoat finish

The first Corribee was designed by Robert Tucker in 1964. Around 10 wooden Corribees were clinker built before production moved to the fibreglass Mk1 . There are a number of different Corribee Mks – clinker Mk1 then fiberglass Mk1, Mk2 and Mk3.
I believe this example to be a late MK2 or possibly a early MK3, there was very little difference between them, the owner was told when he purchased the boat that the hull was built in 1982 and she was commissioned in 1984. The late Mk 2/Mk 3 has a slightly altered deck with an increased rake to the side decks in way of the cockpit – this eliminates the standing puddle to be found on earlier boats. The lazarette hatch is wider and there is an anchor locker on the fore deck. Below the waterline there is a lot of difference; the hallmark of these later boats is the asymmetric bilge keel (there seem to be very few fin keeled late Mk 2s & 3s). The asymmetric keel is of aerofoil section (shaped like an aeroplane wing) and the intention is to increase lift to windward.

Accommodation

Total # of berths 4
No. of single berths 4
Cabin(s) 1
Heads 1 heads (Sea Toilet)
Cooker tick
Sink tick
Curtains tick
Manual water system tick
Non-Smokers tick

This vessel has two full length quarter berths and two full length berths forward with a sea toilet located underneath. The galley is located centrally to port and adequate storage is provided below for food and utensils.

1 burner paraffin cooker

Nav Equipment

Compass tick
Speed tick
Log tick
VHF tick
GPS tick
Autopilot tick
Navigation lights tick

Etrek

Deck Gear

Sail cover tick
Warps tick
Fenders tick
Trailer
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Instrument Covers tick

2 sheet winches
2 anchors
0.00m (0'0") of chain
Compass dinghy (1999)
(Inflatable)

Broker's Comments

These boat details are subject to contract.
How can such a little boats be so famous? It is amazing the amount that has been written about these ocean going – yes ocean going – yachtlets! Everybody who is anybody in the watery world seems to have sailed one around Britain, in fact I think there is queue nowadays, Why? What have they got? What makes them so special? Well when you first see them up close the very first thought is “what a pretty little boat!! The second thought is “what a sturdy, tough looking little boat!” Once aboard, you feel like you are on a much bigger boat – the cockpit is a good size, deep and safe, and looking below the cabin looks pretty roomy. OK, then you realise there is not much headroom and no fridge, microwave or dishwasher, but you still can’t help feeling safe and snug. A friendly little boat – I certainly felt at home aboard!
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This Corribee 22 has been personally photographed and viewed by Jamie Nash of Boatshed Medway. Click here for contact details.
Disclaimer The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not and shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Boatshed, who act as agents for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars and, where considered appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out structural and/or mechanical and/or electrical surveys and inspections in order to assess the actual condition of the vessel before purchase.

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