Built: 1964 by the Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong
Design: Gulf 40 by William Garden, USA
Rig: Long-keeled Bermuda sloop with Hood roller furling on the genoa (150% 500 sq ft) and 3 slab-reefs on the main (400 sq ft, batten-less). Sail inventory also includes a cruising spinnaker, staysail and spare main.
Length: 40.5 feet Breadth: 11.2 feet
Draft: 6 feet 3 Inches Waterline Length: 35 feet
Weight: 12.66 tons gross, 9.66 net tons (and 15 tons fully loaded).
Engine: Perkins 4.108 diesel
Accomodation: Sleeps at least six comfortably in three cabins.
Facilities: Two toilets, one shower.
Electronics: Satellite navigation system, AIS, log, depth sounder, radar, wind sensor, selfsteering vane, VHF radio.
Dinghy: 10’ fibreglass (pram) with 5HP Honda outboard engine.
Oceanolog (ex. Spallpeen) has a rich history of adventure trips. The previous owner sailed her all over the world and took very good care of the boat. After some necessary upgrades and refit, we’ve taken her to a new venture.