Gib'Sea 282 built in 1990 featuring lifting keel and in-mast furling. Yanmar 18hp diesel engine, cabin heating, sprayhood and cockpit tent. Sleeps up to 6 in 2 cabins, plus saloon conversion. Well maintained, and owned for 25 years by the current owners. They have sailed the English channel, the French canals and the Mediterranean, and even lived on board for 4 years, and now it is time for something new.
GIB'SEA 282, 1990
All GRP with lifting keel.
Skeg hung rudder.
Yanmar 2GM20 18hp diesel engine. Serviced 09/14.
Sea water cooling.
Shaft drive to 3-bladed fixed prop.
Cruising at 5k with maximum speed of 6k, dependent upon sea conditions. Consumption of approximately 1 gallon per 2.5 hours.
Ambassador rope cutter.
Eberspacher cabin heating with outlet in saloon.
Fuel capacity of (14 gallons) 63.6 litres
Water capacity of (35 gallons) 159 litres
12/220v electrical systems
2 x 70ah batteries - switched
Charging by photovoltaic panel charger and engine alternator
Shore power with cable
Sunware solar panel via regulator to domestic battery
Pressurised fresh water system
Hot water via gas heater (needs repair)
Sloop rig by Francespar, anodised alloy.
Stainless steel standing rigging. Original rigging.
Bamar in mast furling system.
Plastimo 608S genoa furling system.
2 x Harken16.2 genoa winches
1 x Barbarossa 8.1 halyard winch
1 x Lewmar 8.1 halyard winch
Genoa Jessail - 2013
Sleeps 6 in 2 double cabins, plus the saloon. Forward cabin with double into the “V”. Aft cabin with double. Saloon with seating around table to port (converts to double berth) and linear galley to starboard, with chart table aft. Heads compartment with WC, hand basin and shower to port. Upholstery in blue patterned fabric. 6’2” headroom at main hatch.
Autohelm echo sounder
Autohelm log and depth
JRC 1000 radar – 1997
Garmin 128 GPS – 1999
Autohelm 2000 autopilot self steering
Eno 2-burner gas cooker with oven
Hand held horn
Full navigation lights
1 x manual bilge pump and 3 x electric bilge pumps
Fire extinguishers – need replacing.
Plough 24lb anchor with 25m chain and 30m warp
CQR 8lb anchor with 8m of chain
Dinghy storage frame at stern
Dinghy with 2hp outboard - 2000
Cockpit tent, new 2017
8 x warps and 8 x fenders
2 x boathooks
Engine serviced annually, during our ownership since 1994. We first used her in the South West cruising the coast and across to the Channel Islands, and France, including a trip to Brittany, returning via the Brittany canals.
From 2000 to 2004 we circumnavigated the Iberian Peninsula via the French, Spanish, Portuguese and French coasts, and the Canal du Midi. We lived on board this huge little boat in comfort and safety. Amorgos has always ooked after us in all conditions. Inside she is a “Tardis” of a yacht with a perfect layout. Outside her furling sails make light work of sailing short-handed. She will comfortably motor sail at 6.5 knots in a gentle breeze. Her lifting keel gives access anywhere.
- Hot water
- Solar panel
- Manual bilge pump
- Log speedometer
- Marine head
- Bimini top
- Spray hood
- Furling genoa
- Shore power inlet
- Furling mainsail
- Battery charger
- Outboard engine brackets
- Swimming ladder
- Electric bilge pump
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