Annual General Meeting 2019

The 2019 AGM went ahead as planned. On a beautiful sunny day and in the extremely comfortable headquarters of the Cruising Association, the members enjoyed three interesting and very different presentations during the morning session, followed by a splendid lunch.The business session then proceeded smoothly. A full account will be included in the Spring Newsletter.

The Ian Anderson Trophy was belatedly awarded to Derek and Trish Ovenden for their outstanding refurbishment of Lady Louise (ex Kellogs}.

The Committee wish to thank all those who came to Limehouse., especially those from far afield.

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For Sale

For sale Colvic Countess 28 “Buongiorno” 

£13,950

The Countess 28 is a high-volume family cruiser with a very spacious interior for her length. There are few other 28-footers, even now, with as much interior space.

For further details call 07733 207702 or email richard.helliar@talk21.com

Lying: Tuckton, Christchurch
Year: 1979
LOA: 8.54m
Beam: 3.1m
Draft: 1.2m
Keel: Twin bilge keels with encapsulated ballast and skeg-hung rudder
Price:  £13,950

Inventory:

Navigational Aids:
Silva 515 DSC with Navtext
Lowrance 3500 plotter
Nasa depth sounder
Nasa wind Instruments
VDO log
2 x Plastimo bulkhead compasses
Autohelm (tiller pilor)

Mechanical:
Engine: Vetus 3M10
Engine spares
100L fuel tank
30 Gallon water tank.

Sails and Spars:
Fully battened mainsail in Stack Pack.
Roller reefing genoa
Cruising chute in snuffer
2 x winch handles
Anchor ball & motor sailing cone.

Equipment:
Plovey anchor with 35m chain.
Kedge anchor on chain and warp
Electric windlass
Sparyhood and rear cover
Dodgers
Boarding ladder
2 boathooks
8 fenders and various warps
Cockpit table
Bosun’s chair

Safety:
MOB horseshoe lifebuoy, light and danbuoy
Coastal flare pack
3 x fire extinguishers
First aid kit

 

A Countess 33 for 5000 Euros!


This is a restoration project. The previous owner died before he could finish the refit of the the interior.The hull is in good order, and was painted two years ago but not used since. The BMC 38hp motor is in very good order. Mast and rigging are also in good order. Apart from a genoa (missing) the sails are there.

The present owner reckons the boat could be back in the water within a few months.

On the hard at Olhao, about ten miles from Faro. Further details from peter.j.engels@gmail.com

Calling Sean McDonald

We have received a subscription from Sean, but have no contact address or phone number. If you read this, Sean, please contact the Hon. Secretary.

Sean’s Countess is “Domino”. If anyone knows how we may contact Sean, please let us know.