Want an IRC or ORC winning boat, capable of Inshore and Offshore success?... Look no further.
Hooligan VII is now available at a fraction of the new boat cost and with recent optimisation is back at the front of the rating game! Strong inventory and some recent cosmetic improvements means the she poses a very attractive option. With an owner who is now keen to move on, viewings and offers are welcomed on the boat.
2018 - 1st IRC 1 RORC SEASON POINTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 - 1st IRC 1 RORC MORGAN CUP 2018 - 1st IRC 1 MYTH OF MALHAM RACE Sept 18' - OVERALL WINNER OF RORC DE GUINGAND BOWL
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Lisätiedot ja varusteet:
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Leveys: 13 ft 5 in
Maksimisyväys: 9 ft 10 in
Moottorin Tyyppi: Sisäkone
Vetolaitteen Tyyppi: Saildrive
The interior of Hooligan is designed to be function over fashion, with white painted interior surfaces, standing headroom throughout the forward parts of the boat and a designated navigation area, WC, galley sink and jet boil. The boat lends itself very well to offshore racing should it be required, with 6 pipe cots style berths either side and two large saloon bunk tops.
The floor is gripped in a new Non-skid foam.
Additional items include; WiFi system for data management and connectivity on board. Backup GPS system. Vang system led aft of mainsheet track. Tiller steering. 2 x Manual bilge pumps. 2 x electric bilge pumps.
Custom McConaghy cradle supplied with the boat. Custom boom covers supplied. Dock lines, fenders, cleaning materials. General tool box and spares.
RACE sail inventory;
Mainsail - Doyle Stratis 2017 (increased head size)
Genoa Staysail - North 2018 (with furling hardware) Jib Top - Doyle 2013 (lightly used) Spin Staysail - North 2013 (with furling hardware)
Club or Regatta Sails – All Grand Prix Carbon Aramid from North and Doyle
Mainsail 2013 J1 2014 Hardly used J2 2013
Genoa staysail 2013
A0 2012 on furler A2 2013 A2 2013 A4 2013
Training sails; Carbon/aramid Main Carbon/aramid J1 Carbon/aramid J2 Carbon/aramid J3 Carbon/aramid J4 Carbon/aramid Jib top A2 orange kite A4 white kite A5 white kite Various other training sails
Dacron delivery Main Dacron delivery Jib Trisail Storm Jib
The Ker 40 is an exciting yacht that was been specifically designed for higher performance around the racetrack but more importantly to win races on IRC and ORCi handicap systems. Designed by talented British designer Jason Ker, his designs over the past ten years have stormed onto the international sailing scene in no uncertain terms
Built by renowned builders McConaghy Boats, the Ker 40 clearly had the pedigree and now has the results to prove that this collaboration has achieved everything it set out to.
A simple interior layout makes this boat completely fit for purpose and a fully optimised structural design using advanced Finite Element Analysis Techniques, had meant the boat is tough and durable for ocean racing, whilst being light enough to fend off the competition on the inshore platform as well.
Detail; Keel: New IRC optimised forged steel keel fin in 2017 (-190kg), with weight reduction of bulb at same time (-300kg) - Keel fin +300mm in length. (original SG iron keel fin strut with composite fairings and lead bulb) Rudder: Autoclaved Carbon Fibre rudder stock, with carbon tiller steering. The hull and deck constructed from vacuum consolidated E-glass/epoxy/foam sandwich resin infused. Additional reinforcements in way of all deck fittings and other highly loaded areas. Hull and Deck: Finished in high-grade polyurethane. Plus Non-skid areas on deck.
2018 work; - New longer, lighter keel. (forged Steel, with latest profile shape on fin and bulb) - New longer bowsprit. - New re-designed bow fore hatch, with custom pneumatic seal. - New deck non-skid paint.
2019 work; - Engine service - New cockpit non-skid. - Running rigging upgrades and checks.
Upgraded primary winches to Harken 50.3 in 2017 - really aids line speed through gybes, which is an essential part of the boat handling on this style of boat. Upgraded runner winches to Harken 46.2 in 2018 - better sail trim control. New carbon sink added - 2017 (weight saving) Large custom built, carbon fibre sliding fore hatch for easy spinnaker retrieval. (new in 2017)
Hooligan VII has a full B&G instrumentation system installed, including all the usual data, with additions such as a fore stay load cell for essential trimming tools.
In addition; Harken deck gear throughout as well as custom parts from McConaghy, which really stand these boats above their competitors. A Yannmar 29hp engine is included and serviced regularly. 6 custom pipe cot style bunks for use offshore. A basic galley (jet boil) with 2 x 50ltr fresh water bladder tanks are installed. WC in bow area. Navigation area in saloon with primary switchboard.
A basic inventory of safety kit will be provided with the boat.
The rig is well sized for all round performance, with a high aspect sail plan, which will ensure that this boat will perform above its size across all wind ranges. The spar package is supplied by none other than world-renowned mast makers, Hall Spars.
Detail; A highly refined, high modulus, carbon fibre double spreader rig and carbon boom. The rig is also supplied with composite, twin running back stays to allow for the square top mainsail, which has an upgraded purchase system to allow for more precision control of mast bend. A good inventory of inshore and offshore running rigging is available and things have been updated/replaced when necessary.
McConaghy custom carbon bowsprit. (extended in length 2018) - dual tackline. Titanium 3D printed custom pig-nose assembly. Dash 17 Rod standing rigging. Aerodynamic mast section in HR40 Carbon. Boom in T800 Carbon, with reef capability. PBO twin running back stays. Internal hydraulic jack system. Mast heel adjustable fore and aft on screw adjustment.
2 x masthead spinnaker halyards. 1x fractional spinnaker halyard, doubling as a spare genoa halyard 1x genoa halyard 1x Genoa staysail halyard 1x mainsail halyard with 2:1 purchase (exit below deck) Sprung loaded Hall Spars vang system.