Boat Features

Manufacturer: C-Kip

Year: 1979

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Nominal Length: 30

Length Overall: 30

£43,800


Extensively refitted in 2017, this 30’ motor yacht will surprise you with her comfortable accommodation, ease of handling, low fuel consumption, fully walk-around decks and huge flybridge.


Singapore Girl (original name)

General Description

C-Kip 30 Trawler Yacht

LOA – 32’    Beam – 10’6    Draft – 3’6”    GRT – 8 approx

Built  Taiwan 1979 sold new in UK 1980

Engine : Single Ford Lehman 4cyl 85hp (1282 hrs)  driven through a Borg Warner Velvet-drive gearbox with Morse controls to both lower and upper helm stations

Bow-prop : Vetus 3KW controls at lower and upper helm

Steering : hydraulic

Main Fuel Tank capacity – approx. 300L (currently has 200+L in it)

Day/running fuel tank – 88L (currently full)

Fresh Water tank approx. 250L

Features:

High bulwarks, full grab-rails on coachroof, solid hand-rails add to the safe fully walk-around deck

High flared bow sheds sea well and keeps decks relatively ‘dry’

Stainless Steel Pullpit with solid teak hand-rails fixed to high gunwale with stainless steel posts.

Gates in the hand rails to port and starboard

Opening transom gate onto large swim/boarding platform

Large flybridge with teak deck, full engine, bow thruster and anchor windlass controls, two pedestal seats, led lights and speakers

Full Covers (Saturn Sails 2018 /19) for flybridge and windows

CABINS/Layout:

 

  1. Fwd cabin - V-berth (6’ and 6’6) and 2 hanging lockers   with shelves below
  2.   Heads to Port with electric toilet and vanity basin
  3.   Shower/drying room to Stbd
  4.   Very large single or ‘cosy’ double berth by folding table in main saloon
  5.   Linear galley in main saloon
  6.   Sliding door onto aft deck
  7.   Sliding door by lower helm onto Port side-deck
  8.   Guardrail gate port-side next to lower helm station and one opposite on starboard side
  9.   Very large sunbathing flybridge with teak decking
  10.  New berth cushions & curtains throughout (2017)
  11.  2 sets of berth cushion covers 2017 (one in blue and one in oatmeal) - one set unused
  12.  LED lighting throughout all cabins and decklights
  13.  Mooring lines and 6 fenders

History

The first owner (for approx. 10yrs) initially used her for day charters on the Upper Thames (see period advertisement of same). The second owner purchased her through his company ‘JFPR Ltd’ and later he purchased her from his company. All this time she was lightly used on the upper reaches of the Thames…hence the low engine hours.

Owners comments:

I purchased Singapore Girl in Oct 2015 through my family investment company Calypso Investments Pte Ltd and had her trucked to Fairlie Quay where she underwent a very extensive (and photographed) refit over 18 mths. This included completely rewiring and re-plumbing the entire vessel, gutting and rebuilding the forward cabins, and installing all new equipment, fittings and furnishings.

Hull

At some time in the first ownership the hull was epoxied and later a coat of epoxy-tar was applied as well. There are no signs whatsoever of osmosis (which was an issue with some early Taiwan built hulls).

The topsides have been spray-painted with 2-pack. All teak was taken back to bare wood and re-varnished. The varnish is in generally good condition but one or two areas need freshening.

NEW EQUIPMENT installed 2016/17 (unless otherwise stated)

Engine Room:

  1. 22L Calorifier
  2. Vetus 3-way smart battery charger
  3. Vetus 88L day-tank and Raycor 500FG Turbine filter fuel transfer/polishing system with fuel gauge at lower helm
  4. Extra maintainance free battery and isolator arrangement fitted forward for bow-thruster and anchor windlass
  5. Tank liner for fresh water tank
  6. AquaJet Sea-water deck-wash system
  7. All through-hull valves replaced (except Port-side cockpit drain due to access issue but original is operating properly)
  8. MV Airo 5Kw diesel cabin heater - outlets to all cabins

Engine & steering gear

  1.     New Injectors
  2.     New Header-tank
  3.     Alternator sent for reconditioning/service
  4.     Starter motor removed and sent for reconditioning
  5.     New Dual station oil pressure and temperature    senders
  6.     All engine hoses replace with silicone ones
  7.     Prop-shaft (2015)
  8.     Cutlass bearing (2015)
  9.     Coulping (2015)
  10.    Stern gland repacked (2021)
  11.    Exhaust hose
  12.    Upper and lower Morse control cables renewed
  13.    Hydraulic steering arm refurbished by specialist company (all seals replaced etc)
  14.    Full engine service 2021 (engine & gearbox oil, coolant, impeller)
  15.     Engine Battery (Ultra Plus Commercial 140A/H and 1050CCA) 2019

Other New Equipment during 2016/17 refit

  1. Lewmar Pro 1000 windlass – controlled at bow and both upper & lower helm stations
  2. Bow-thruster cabling & control panels to upper & lower helm stations
  3.     Fuel, Temp, Oil Pressure and waste-tank gauges
  4. Waeco 80L 12v front opening fridge
  5. Jabsco Delux Electric flush toilet -discharge to waste tank or to sea
  6. Vetus 80L waste tank with suck out or pump to sea
  7. Separate shower-room (auto sump-pump to waste tank)
  8. Clipper Duet Speed-depth at lower helm
  9. Target2 depth only at upper helm
  10. Raymarine Dragonfly GPS Plotter - can operate from either helm station
  11. Lewmar Delta 10KG anchor with 70m of 8mm calibrated chain
  12. Lewmar Forehatch
  13. Lower Deck and flybridge lights
  14. 2 Whale auto-electric bilge pumps with Off/Auto/Manual control switches
  15. Whale- Titan manual bilge pump
  16. Shore-power system including incoming circuit breaker, supply circuit board and wiring to 3 outlets
  17. DC circuit board and all wiring
  18. Engine and House battery isolators
  19. 2 pedestal seats on flybridge & pedestal stool at lower helm
  20. Gas regulator, cut-off valve and hoses
  21. Jabsco Fresh water pump – hot/cold to Heads, shower room and galley
  22. Kenwood Radio CD & cabin/flybridge speakers
  23. Full 6place set plates, bowls, mugs, glasses, cutlery
  24. 2-part flybridge cover (Saturn 2017 - 2018)
  25. Set of window covers (Saturn -2019)

Other Miscellaneous Equipment:

2nd anchor – 15Kg on 18m of 10mm chain and 25m rope

Fire extinguishers

2 x Fire Blankets

Electronic flare new 2018

Electric horn

Manual horn

6 fenders new 2017

4 other fenders

4 mooring warps

Various engine servicing spares

Various warps & ropes

Outboard stowage bracket

20L Diesel container & funnel

2 x 15L water carriers

Long fixed wooden handled boat hook

Pots, pans, utensils

Electric kettle

LeverArch file containing all manuals

Dinghy & Outboard (available subject to negotiation)

Waveline 2.5m Rib Dinghy - tilts onto swim platform

Freshly antifouled and new anodes fitted…everything you need and ready to go cruising.  !!

OWNER’S COMMENTS :

Singapore Girl is very seaworthy thanks to her full displacement and long keel. The combination of her single engine and bow-thruster mean she is not only really economical but also easily managed single-handed. On a recent single-handed trip from Ardfern via Craighouse, Gigha, round the Mull to Campbeltown then up the Kilbrannan Sound to Tarbert (some of the trip in Force 5 on the beam) she used about 5 litres per hour at 1500rpm giving between 5-6kts, which I find to be her most comfortable cruising speed. She can be pushed to 8+kts if needs must but her theoretical hull speed is about 7.5 so that becomes very un-economical. However it shows that the engine has suficcient power to drive the boat at good speed into a head-wind and sea.

The high bulwarks and solid teak handrail make the walk-around decks really safe. She’s surprisingly roomy given her actual overall length and the flybridge is huge.

I have re-fitted her to be really cosy and comfortable for 2-3 on passages and a couple more guests for day-time adventures.

I’ve always had sailing yachts but we got a big(ish) dog and decided we should get a steady motor yacht so we could easily take him with us. However I’d like to get back to a sailing yacht…. (and leave the dog ashore ! ).


Main fuel tank capacity - approx 300L….currently has 200+L Day tank capacity - 88L…currently full

Water tank approx 250L


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