Mark Cameron Yachts

Banjer 37

£65,000 tax paid

Rare aft Cabin version of a popular design



Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelBanjer 37
DesignerDick Lefeber
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom


Hull ConstructionGRP moulded hull
Keel TypeLong Keel


EnginePerkins Sabre M92B, 86 hp @ 2400rpm, 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled
Engine Hours1765
Fuel Capacity1000l


Drinking Water Capacity1000l


The Banjer 37 with its iconic and instantly recognisable silhouette has something of a cult following. Built in the early days of GRP production boatbuilding the hull and decks are massively over-engineered. The interiors; constructed in the same heavy-duty manner, using the finest hardwoods and finished in classic style creating comfortable below decks living space.

The Banjer 37 SULASGIER is a rare aft cabin example of this popular class offering and additional double cabin aft of the wheel house. Benefitting from a complete re-fit and modernisation in 2007 under her previous owners; all professionally supervised, the works including:

Removal of all fittings from hull and deck fittings
Complete re-finishing of hull and deck with Awlgrip two-pack paint system
Installation of new ‘Oceanic’ rig with new masts and spars
Installation of a new Perkins Sabre M92B marine diesel engine
Installation of a mainsail and staysail control system with all lines lead to a winch fitted within the wheel house

Now with just her third owners in almost 50 years SULASGIER has enjoyed continual professional maintenance and upgrading. Reluctantly offered for sale her extensive inventory includes highlights such as:

Underwater hull finished in red antifouling, applied spring 2022
Perkins Sabre M92B, marine diesel engine serviced and recommissioned spring 2022
Racor duplex fuel filtration system (2016)
Vetus bow thruster
Adverc smart controller for alternator
Sterling Pro-Charge Ultra (2017)
Merlin SmartGuage battery monitoring system (2021)
Raymarine C120 Classic MFD with Plotter/Radar functionality
Raymarine 2kw Radar scanner (2016)
Raymarine autopilot
Icom M505DSC VHF
Comar Class B AIS Transponder
Furuno NX700 Navtex
Spinflo gas cooker, two burner, oven and grill. (2015)
Eberspacher Airtronic D4 heating system
Dickinson diesel stove in saloon with external flue (2004)
Ocean Safety Charter Iso, 4 person liferaft
Rescue Me EPIRB 1 (2018)

Freshly launched and commissioned for the 2022 season the Banjer 37 SULASGIER is available for viewing on her mooring in Ardfern by prior appointment.


Hull Construction:
Traditional long keeled, round bilged hull
Single piece GRP moulded hull
Hand consolidated GRP moulding
Topsides finished in white two-pack paint with blue shearband
Underwater hull finished in red antifouling, applied spring 2022

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP mouled hull and deck incorporating self draining cockpit
GRP sheathed wheelhouse roof
Mouldings all finished in white two pack paint
Side decks and foredeck finished with non-slip paint panels
Coachroof top finished with non-slip deck paint panel

Keel & Rudder:
Full length keel moulded as part of hull.
Skeg mounted rudder


Engine & gearbox:
Perkins Sabre M92B, marine diesel engine. (2007)
86hp @2400rpm.
4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine.
PRM/Newage 500 reversing hydraulic marine gearbox, overhauled professionally in 2008.
Engine dash panel with RPM, Water temp, Oil pressure Eng & Gear, Charging amperage.
Single lever morse control.
Centaflex prop coupling
Halyard exhaust alarm system
Racor duplex fuel filtration system (2016)

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine last serviced winter 2021/22
Running hours recorded 1,765hrs
Cruising speed under engine 7.5kts @ 1600rpm

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propellor shaft
Traditional compression type stuffing gland
Bronze 3 blade propellor
Spare propellor stowed aboard
Disc type rope cutter
Hydraulic steering system.
Single internal helm station.
Twin, double-acting rams secured direct to quadrant.

Raymarine ST7001 control head (2005)
Raymarine SmartPilot S3G course computer (2005)
Raymarine hydraulic drive system

Bow Thurster:
Vetus bow thruster
Rocker switch type control panel at helm station


Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Ring main, battery charger, water tank heater
Voltmeter on panel
Reverse polarity indicator

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery Bank – 2x 12VDC, 110Ah lead acid batteries
Battery Bank 2 – 2x 12VDC, 100Ah lead acid batteries

Single engine driven alternator
Adverc smart controller for alternator

Sterling Pro-Charge Ultra (2017)
230VAC – 12VDC, 20amp

Battery Monitor:
Merlin SmartGuage monitoring system (2021)

Wipers – Single speed wipers on port and starboard forward windows


Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water systems
Mixer tap in galley
Mixer tap in forward and aft cabins
Mixer tap with shower head in heads
Manually pumped tap in galley
Hot water provided from Morco D-61B gas boiler system

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump x2
Electric Bilge Pump x3
Engine Driven High Capacity Bilge Pump – Electro magnetic clutch


Twin diesel tank
Approximate total capacity 1,000ltr

Fresh Water:
Single fresh water tank.
Approximate capacity 1,000ltr

Tank Monitoring:
Fresh water tank guage
Grey water tank guage
Fuel tank guage – Twin guages showing both tanks


Depth – Autohelm ST50
Speed/Log – Autohelm ST50
Wind – Raymarine i60 (2016)
Plotter/Radar – Raymarine C120 Classic display
Radar – 2kw Radome scanner mounted on mizzen mast (2016)
GPS – Furuno GP32
Magnetic Compass – Sestrel Moore ‘A’

Communications Equipment:
AIS – Comar Class B Transponder linked to C120 display
Navtex – Furuno NX700
Handheld VHF – Cobra Marine MR HH330 Floating
NASA Clipper Meteoman
Nasa Target SSB receiver
VHF antenna and cable replaced 2017


Galley Stove – Spinflo gas cooker, two burner, oven and grill. Gimbal mounted. (2015)
Fridge – Top loading fridge with salt water cooled compressor
Single stainless steel sink
Mixer tap
Manually pumped tap

Jabsco manual marine toilet
Mixer tap with shower head fitting

Eberspacher Airtronic D4 diesel fired blown air heating system
Thermostaic, programable cabin controller.
Outlets in wheelhouse, saloon and forward cabin
Dickinson diesel stove in saloon with external flue (2004)
Dickinson stove overhauled 2019 with new fuel valve assembly fitted.

Overhead lighting throughout accommodation
Bulkhead mounted reading lights in saloon
Bulkhead mounted parrafin lamp in saloon

Blaupunkt CD/Radio headunit
Speakers in saloon


Summary of Accommodation:
Twin cabin forward with vanity unit
Saloon providing three occasional berths

Accommodation Finish:
Teak/hardwood joinery work finished in a varnish to construct furniture units
Painted plywood panels to form bunk bases, galley units and heads compartment
Teak sole boards with black seams
Saloon headlining and coachroof side panels replaced 2021
Tartan pattern upholstery in saloon

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Two large single berths in the traditional V-berth configuration.
Hinged lee boards fitted for use as single berth
In-fill section creates a large double when required.
Full standing headroom aft of bunks.
Storage provided throughout cabin with good access to the locker space beneath each bunk without having to lift the cushions.
Small hand basin with hot and cold mixer tap and vanity unit with gas boiler mounted on bulkhead, aft port end of the cabin.
Hanging locker provided the opposite to starboard.

Immediately aft of the forepeak on the starboard side
Aft facing Jabsco manual marine toilet located forward
Counter top aft with inset wash hand basin with mixer tap/shower aft.
Vanity lockers outboard

To port forward of saloon.
Compact U-shaped galley area.
Gimbal mounted gas cooker mounted outboard
Top-loading fridge below outboard forward section of worktop
Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water.
Selection of storage below the worktop and outboard of the cooker.

Substantial timber drop leaf saloon table is centrally mounted with access forward via a passage slightly offset to starboard.
L-shaped settee runs along the port side
Bench settee running along the starboard side.
Port settee converts to a double bunk when required
Starboard settee converting to a single berth with trotter box to extend length forward.
Pilot berth above and outboard of starboard settee
Storage provided around the saloon with a selection of under bunk, overhead and outboard of bunk lockers.

Traditional layout with the large diameter timber wheel and helm position to port forward.
Dedicated helmsman's and navigators seats are positioned to the forward end, port and starboard of the saloon companionway.
Mainsail control line winch and jammers immediately forward of navigators seat.
Chart table working area aft of navigators seating, fold out foot rest for when navigators seat is spun to be aft facing.
Chart storag beneath outboard starboard side of table, inboard port side of table lifting to provide companionway to aft cabin
Single elevated seat inboard of chart table
Drop in bench seat fits in way of door way to deck access
Selection of storage provided with lockers outboard under the sidedecks.
Access to the cockpit is via a door on the port side of the wheelhouse aft.
Wheelhouse floor lifts in sections to provide access to the engine.

Aft Cabin:
Accessed via companionway from aft end of wheelhouse.
Two single berths located outboard port and starboard with fixed lee boards on inboard side.
Porcelain wash hand basin located centrally aft with mirro above.
Steering space accessed through opening door aft of basin
Storage lockers aft of bunk with bin style storage lockers beneath bunks.
Single seat located centrally at forward end of cabin


Deck stepped, single spreader cutter rigged ketch
New rig fitted in 2007, taller ‘Oceanic’ rig as fitted to later examples of class.
Silver anodised masts and spars, manufactured by Z-Spars
Profurl roller reefing system on forestay for genoa
Profurl roller reefing system on inner forestay for staysail
Lazyjacks for mainsail
Stainless steel tabernacle for main mast
Mainsail control lines and staysail sheet lead into winch in wheelhouse

Primary Winches – Anatal W40, self-tailing, two-speed
Main Mast Control and Halyard Winch – Harken 40, self-tailing, two-speed.

Mainsail – Tan Dacron. In mast roller reefing. (2007)
Genoa – Tan Dacron. Roller reefing with UV strip. (2007)
Staysail – Tan Dacron. Roller reefing with UV strip. (2007)
Mizzen – Tan Dacron. Partially battened. (2007)
Mizzen Staysail – Blue and White

Canvas Work:
Window covers for wheelhouse

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – 20kg Spade anchor on 10mm chain rode, approximately 65m in length
Spare Anchor – 20KG Delta
Electric Anchor Windlass – Simpson Lawrence Sprint 1500 with foot buttons control on deck and secondary control station in wheelhouse. New Windlass motor fitted 2018.
Mooring warps – Selection
Fenders - Selection

Zodiac inflatable dinghy with hard transom
Mariner 2.5hp outboard, 4-stroke – Requires service before use.

Stainless steel bow sprit and fixed stainless steel bobstay (1994)
Double bow rollers within bow sprit, anchor self stowing to starboard side.
Double, bronze bow rollers mounted on stemhead
Custom built stainless steel pushpit incorporating seating on the quarters to create aft cockpit seating area. (2007)
Stainless steel deck mounted stanchions supporting double tier guardwires
Guardwire gates port and starboard in way of wheelhouse
Bronze fairleads set into caprails forward, midships and aft.
Belfast type mooring cleats midships and aft, port and starboard.
Dorade box style ventilators port and starboard sides of tabernacle.
Teak grabrails running the length of the coachroof port and starboard.
Stainless steel fended storage racks for fenders and rolled up tended spanning coachroof.
Prominent wheelhouse aft with large windows forward and in port and starboard sides.
Teak grabrails running the length of the wheelhouse roof port and starboard.
Coachroof extending aft of wheelhouse
Custom built Alloy halyard/warp box fitted around mizzen mast base on aft coachroof
Outboard storage bracket on pushpit rail
Liferaft mounted on pushpit rail to port.


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Steaming light
Low level running lights
Anchor light

Safety Equipment:
Liferaft – Ocean Safety Charter Iso, 4 person, cannister raft – Next service due 2023
EPIRB – Rescue Me EPIRB 1 (2018)
Raymarine Lifetag system
KIM MOB rescue sling
Horseshoe buoy with light

In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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