1974, bilge keel version of these classic GRP pocket cruisers, very capable, current owner has sailed the East Coast with ease, great for exploring but fine if you are caught out!
Built in 1974. GRP construction with white topsides and light grey superstructure, twin bilge keels, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, Bermudan sloop rig and 4 berth internal layout with sitting headroom.
Hurley Marine Ltd.
LOA 22' 0" (6.7m)
Beam 7' 5" (2.3m)
LWL 17’ (5.18m)
Draft 2' 9" (0.9m)
Headroom sitting headroom
Displacement 3900 lbs
Slab reefing mainsail with mainsail cover. Forestay with hanked No 1 genoa. Alloy mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging.
Suzuki 4 stroke 6hp outboard motor (purchased new in 2015) with only 20 hours running. 1 x 12v Leisure battery.
Stainless steel pushpit, pushpit and guardwires, boarding ladder, tiller, anchor with chain and warp, kedge anchor, fenders.
Compass, echo sounder, navigation lights, tri-colour masthead light.
Life-jackets, distress flares, fire extinguisher.
Solar panel to trickle charge battery. Galley with has cooker, water supply to sink from fixed tank via foot pump.
She has 4 berths including a large “V” berth in the forepeak and 2 single settee berths.
The H22 is now a properly designated 'Classic' and has a very helpful owners association. All bits and replacement parts are readily available, (so far as we know.) "Whimbrel" is a good example with recent engine at a reasonable price.
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