Engine and technical equipment
2016/17 New 3 cyl 20hp Beta fitted,
Still under warranty!
New stainless engine beds fitted, engine bilge gel washed while engine removed.
The new engine has done around 40 hours. This engine is really smooth and pushes her along really well. (cost over £6000)
New sealed lead acid batteries for engine and domestics (May 2017)
New prop shaft fitted,and a Darglow Featherstream 3 blade feathering prop fitted (£1400) 2016
New Vetus fuel tank fitted with new deck filler etc.
Bronze Blakes type sea-cocks serviced 2016
Sails,rig and canvas
2016 New Hydronet full hoist 110% tri radial cut headsail with foam luff and vertical battens, Crusader sails. This sail has done 3 races, it is "as new". -This sail is perfect for cruising and racing because it is very efficient! She points high and sails away from most of the modern yachts, and is much easier to tack shorthanded than the big Genoa
2010 Hydronet Tri radial cut mainsail, Crusader sails.
2010 Hydronet Tri radial cut genoa. Very lightly used (may-be ten times) , Crusader sails.
2010 Hydronet full hoist 110% tri radial cut headsail with foam luff and vertical battens, Crusader sails,
Pair of Harken 45 self-tailing winches, on stainless mounting plates, (one hand will wind in the headsails in any wind.)
New Bamar furling system fitted.(2016)
New genoa sheets 2016.
New spectra main, genoa and spin halyards fitted.
Lewmar genoa tracks and cars forward for the sheeting, removed the forward lowers and fitted a babystay to improve sheeting angle.(2010)
She also has a good radial head spinnaker.
Hydraulic backstay adjuster.
New standing rigging 2011.
The mast was vinyl wrapped in white. New Spinlock rope clutches fitted.
New Z spar boom. (2010)
6:1 – 3:1 two speed mainsheet system.
New mast electrics, LED bulbs in tricolour and anchor light.(2010)
New sprayhood. with s/steel grab handle
New cockpit tent with zip sides and back, and curtains!
Cockpit cushions, re-covered June 2017
Genoa cover to hoist up sail.
Anchor 22 Lbs Lewmar with swivel and Chain
S/steel cleats and spring cleat
S/steel safety lines and stanchions - new modified stanchions 2016
S/steel pull pit and enlarged Pushpit to incorporate two gin seats
New small Lewmar hatch on fordeck
New large Lewmar hatch on coach roof
Portlights into cockpit from saloon
Tiller with tiller extension
Wichard eyes to stow Dinghy on Deck
Various mooring warps and large fenders
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Navigation and electrical equipment
Raymarine DSC VHF,
Tacktick wireless instruments, speed, depth and wind,
Raymarine ST 4000 tiller pilot.
Garmin 625 chart plotter connects to AIS
Plastimo bulkhead mounted compass
Shore power with 240v socket, earth breaker, immersion heater and auto battery charger for domestics, trickle charger for engine battery,
Battman battery management system.
New sealed lead acid batteries for engine and domestics May 2017
Mikuni boiler that makes hot water without running the engine, also supplies heating in the saloon. It will produce a tank full of hot water in 15 mins without having to run the engine, great when anchored, no sitting with the engine running.
Teak varnished woodwork is in very good condition throughout the boat
Diesel fired heater
V berth fwd -
Heads and shower athwart-ships Hot and cold water shower
Two single berths in saloon
Saloon table with small oval top top or full size top
Pilot berth to starboard of companionway
New electrical switch panel at head of pilot berth
Plastimo Neptune 2500 two burner stove with with oven and grill
Corina style custom made galley top and inset S/steel sink with deluxe mixer tap at sink
LED lighting throughout with attractive lights
Sony Stereo with Bose speakers and fusion sub woofer
Brass clock and barometer
Elegant wine glass stowage
New premium quality upholstery throughout 2010
230 volt shore power socket and 12 volt at head of pilot berth
Shelagh Maintenance/improvments history
She - Delta 94 – Built 1979/80, currently laying ashore Hamble Point Marina, lifted ashore 19th June 2017.
Extensive work completed over the last 14 years, she really is a unique boat!
This "She Delta" has been maintained, regardless of cost, by one of the best professionals in the marine industry. She has spent the last two winters undercover in workshops at Hamble Point Marina , and has been continually updated over the last 6 years.
She has been owned by her current owner for 8 years (who owns an established yacht service/maintenance company).The current owner had also done considerable work on this boat for the boats previous owner in. 2004-5
Much of the work done on this boat has been to update and improve her - there is a lot of history coming up, but if this is your type of boat. it is certainly worth reading all of it!
Work done winter 2016/17
The original rudder and skeg were removed and a brand new balanced rudder and small skeg fitted further aft, this is fitted with a Jeffa roller bearing system, she is now "fingertip light, tacks smoothly and keeps her speed on during the tack", faster all round, It also makes her much nicer to sail,(no more hanging on to the helm with two hands!). The old swan neck tiller took up too much room in the cockpit, the new tiller is higher and you can now sit people in the cockpit and steer!!
Keel stripped to bare metal, filled, faired and re coated.
New larger pushpit made with GRP seats fitted to give extra seating.
New aft stanchions made cranked outboard to allow wider access into and out of the cockpit.
New toilet pump fitted.
Cockpit cushion recovered in June 2017.(used just three times.)
New "flexy" teak cockpit sole fitted in June 2017.
New sealed lead acid batteries for engine and domestics, re-set battery chargers fitted May 2017.
Work done winter 2015/16
Yacht Surveyed by Solent Marine Surveys, survey available.
Antifouling completely removed from hull, primed and re- antifouled.
Hanging locker in heads made bigger, new teak faced ply front fitted, locker lined with carpet.
Cleaned up and inspected the keel bolts, re-gell washed the bilges.
Non slip deck paint re painted.
History of the engines The old Petter diesel was removed and a rebuilt Volvo 2002 indirect cooled engine fitted, the engine was rebuilt by a retired Volvo engineer and has been very reliable, and pushed Shelagh along at a good speed. Engine fitted onto new stainless engine beds, engine (now swapped for a brand new engine)
The current owner bought Shelagh in 2010 when she undertook a major refit to get her ready for the Falmouth Sparkman and Stephens AGM which she attended,
This work included: –
Fitting a new Garmin 625 chart plotter, has on-board battery and GPS, connects to AIS when in its cradle by switch panel, but can be removed from cradle and used by hand outside, but no AIS.
New overhead linings in the saloon, heads and fwd cabin.
Rebuild galley, we fitted Corrian type worktops, new cutlery drawer, new plate/cup stowage etc.
New hot and cold water system new calorifier with heating element, new computer controlled water pump, new mixer taps in galley and heads and a hot and cold cockpit shower. We use the hot shower under the cockpit tent !
Built in a self-draining gas locker, moulded in GRP, under the STB lifting cockpit seat, fitted new copper gas line to cooker. Current gas safe certificate.
New Jabsco toilet. We replace the toilet pump assembly every other year, including this year.
New shore power with 240v socket, immersion heater and auto battery charger for domestics, trickle charger for engine battery, all set up for AGM batteries.
Fitted new AGM batteries, two domestic and one engine, on separate systems. All battery wiring replaced, new battery switch fitted. (Since changed, see below)
New acrylic washboard.
Pleated sky shades in saloon.
New Lewmar forehatch, with roller blind.
New Vetus opening portholes in front of cockpit port and STB.
New Plastimo compass.
New upholstery throughout. Water proof cover for the ¼ berth/nav seat cushion under hatch.
Sanded back the topside gel coat, compounded and polished, the gel coat now looks amazing. Sanded and polished the gel on deck, very good condition, it is the gel that is the one of the stand out feature of Shelagh, - most people think she is painted!.
New LED cabin lighting.
New anchor and chain.
work done by this yard for last owner
Re-varnishing most of the interior.
Gell washing the bilge
New instrument panel.
New instruments, Furuno GPS, DSC icom VHF, Tacktick wireless instruments, speed, depth and wind,
Raymarine ST 4000 tiller pilot.
Additional work done since the 2010 refit:-
Battman battery management system.
Cockpit locker lids have been rebuilt.
New smaller oval saloon table made. The original table stripped and re-varnished, we had a padded zipped bag made for it and it stows over the ¼ berth for use when required. The smaller table is big enough for two to eat off and makes it easier to walk past it to go to fwd to the heads/forward cabin, and it looks great. Varnished teak faced ply with a laminated teak fiddle. We also fitted a new table leg support, you just release a clamp screw lift off one table and put on the other table, easy.
All external varnish finished with international woodskin.
Fitted a new Mikuni boiler that makes hot water without running the engine, also supplies heating in the saloon. It will produce a tank full of hot water in 15 mins without having to run the engine, great when anchored, no sitting with the engine running.
New glass stowage, wine glasses and tall glasses.in the saloon
This boat is a real head turner. She is an exceptional boat, and represents extremely good value for money
"She is a purists boat and can out sail most boats of her size, she came second in the 2016 Hamble Classic yacht regatta under IRC, she has a current IRC certificate, she rates 872."
"We have just been to the S&S class association meeting in Lymington (organised by the current owner), she looked fantastic, we had a steady stream of people on and off the boat and everyone was blown away by the condition, I have spent a lot of time and money on her and she is in exceptional condition, it was not part of my plan to sell her, which is why all the work has been done. But a new boat has changed our plans, so we have to sell her."
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.