Mark Cameron Yachts

Fisher 37

£74,500

Nicely presented, professionally maintained.


Overview

Available

Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelFisher 37
NameMallard II
DesignerWyatt and Freeman
Year1974
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£74,500
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom
Reference2021615

Specifications

LOA12.95m
LWL11.33m
Beam3.66m
Draft1.6m
Displacement14224kg
Hull ConstructionGRP with long encapsulated keel
Keel TypeFull keel

Propulsion

EngineLeyland Thornycroft Marine diesel engine 80hp 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled. Single lever morse control. Borg Warner, Velvet Drive, reversing marine gearbox.
Engine Hours5217
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity380l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity380l

Description

The third model of the Fisher range to be built the Fisher 37 was the companies flagship model and continued in production with Northshore until the demise of Fisher production. Unusually for Fisher models there was never a MkII version with the owners customising the internal layout from the standard at the time of build. Retaining the iconic styling the Fisher 37 boast all the desirable features of her smaller sister ships including the high ballast ratio, walkaround decks, ketch rig and deep well protected cockpit. The class has proven to be a highly capable offshore cruiser with examples to be found cruising in all corners of the globe.
MALLARD II is an early example of the Fisher 37 class; she has benefitted from significant re-fitting in previous ownerships. Professionally maintained by the current owner she has been wintered ashore annually since 2010; fully winterised. The early layout below decks offers a spacious double forward cabin with 3 occasional berths in the saloon. Thoughtfully re-fitted in the wheelhouse here seating has been elevated to provide a view out of the windows when seated with a removable table creating a second saloon. Offered for sale ready to launch and commission in the spring her inventory highlights include:

Two pack-painted topsides.

CopperBot antifouling below the waterline, professionally applied in 2019.
80hp Leyland Thornycroft marine diesel engine with Borg Warner Velvet Drive gearbox.
BowThurster
Domestic and Engine batteries fitted new in 2019
240VAC-12VDC charger
Black and Grey water tanks
Raymarinee E-Series HybridTouch plotter installed 2018.
Raymarine digital radar scanner installed 2018
Raymarine AIS installed 2018
Wind, log and depth instruments
Icom DSC VHF installed in 2016
New upholstery and curtains to be fitted in wheelhouse 2021.
Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Rocna anchor with chain rode
Lofrans electric windlass.
Tender with outboard
New canvas work fitted 2015
Liferaft
EPIRB


Winter ashore MALLARD II is fully winterised and available for viewing virtually immediately. We highly recommend early viewing.

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

We understand the boat to be exempt from compliance with the RCD having been built and placed in use within EU waters prior to 1992.
Hull Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded hull with full length keel.
Hand consolidated laminate.
Teak faced marine plywood blukheads, glassed to hull and deck.
Gelcoat finish externally, now finished with two-pack paint.
Skeg supported, full depth rudder.
Hardwood imitation top strakes.
Hull finished below waterline with CopperBot type coating, professionally applied 2019.
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
GRP moulded deck with integrated cockpit, coachroof superstructure, side decks and bulwarks.
Moulded GRP wheelhouse joined to deck moulding below window line.
Hand consolidated laminate, balsa core in way of horizontal panels.
Gelcoat finish externally.
Painted non-slip panels to finish deck and coachroof top.
Hardwood grabrails, capping rail and coaming tops.
Keel:
Full length keel as part of hull moulding.
Encapsulated ballast within keel.
Rudder:
Full depth skeg hung rudder.
Stainless steel rudder stock.
Conventional greaser type stuffing gland.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Leyland Thornycroft Marine diesel engine
80hp
4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.
Single lever morse control.
Racor turbine filter primary fuel filter.
Engine panel with gauges for RPM, Oil Pressure, Water Temperature, G/box Oil Pressure, Volts
Borg Warner, Velvet Drive, reversing marine gearbox.
Maintenance & Performance:
Recorded running hours 5217 @January 2021
Engine serviced and winterised autumn 2020.
Cruising speed 5.5kts @ 1500RPM
Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel prop shaft.
Conventional stuffing type sterngland
3 blade bronze, fixed propellor
Chain to Rod linkage type steering system
Autopilot:
CommNav Marine 1001 autopilot system
Control head in wheel house
Mechanical drive unit connected to rod linkage
Bow Thruster:
3 prop drive unit.
Joystick type controller at helm station

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power systems
240VDC shore power system.
Shore Power:
Basic system with single 16amp connection
Extension lead to connect board to shore power supply.
Selection of continental type sockets throughout accommodation.
Battery Banks:
Domestic Battery Bank – 2x 12VDC, 120AH, lead acid (2019)
Engine Battery Bank – 1x 12VDC, 120AH, lead acid (2019)
Alternator:
Single engine driven alternator.
Mastervolt Alpha alternator control unit
Battery Charging:
Sterling Power Pro Charge Ultra
240VAC – 12VDC
40amp, three outputs.
Battery Monitor:
Mastervolt Battman

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold fresh water system.
Mixer faucets in galley and heads.
Hot water provided from Rinnai gas fired water boiler.
Showerhead in heads.
Bilge Pumps:
Manual bilge pump located in cockpit.
Electric bilge pump with manual.

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Single tank of mild steel construction
Approximate capacity 380ltr
Fresh Water:
Single tank.
Approximate capacity 380ltr
Black Water:
Single tank.
Discharged by manually pumping overboard.
Grey Water:
Single tank
Electric pump discharge overboard with float switch in tank.
Galley and Heads sinks draining to tank.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

In Wheelhouse:

Depth – Standard Horizon digital depth sounder
Log – NASA Clipper / VDO Sumlog analogue
Wind – NASA Clipper Wind
Plotter #1 – Raymarine E-Series Hybrid Touch plotter with chart and radar functionality (2018)
Plotter #2 – Garmin GPSMAP 172C
Radar – Raymarine 2KW digital radome scanner with Raymarine ACU heading sensor for chart overlay display on plotter. (2018)
Magnetic Compass.
Communications Equipment:
VHF – Icom IC-M323 DSC VHF (2016)
AIS – Raymarine (2018)

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Plastimo Neptune 2500 gas cooker, 2 burner, oven and grill. Gimbal mounted.
Rinnai gas fired water boiler.
Single stainless steel sink with pressurised mixer faucet.
Front loading fridge with icebox
Heads:
Jabsco manual marine toilet
Wash hand basin with mixer faucet
Shower head
Heating & Ventilation:
Ebersapcher D3L
Diesel fired, blown air heating system.
Independent fuel tank.
Outlets in saloon and forward cabin.
Seletion of opening deck hatches, portlights and wheelhouse windows
Entertainment:
Fusion Bluetooth head unit.
Fusion speakers in saloon.
Lighting:
Overhead lighting throughout accommodation, converted to LED bulbs.
Reading lights over seating in saloon.

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Accommodation for five.
Master cabin forward.
Two single berths in saloon with port converting to occasional double berth
Single heads.
Wheelhouse seating with table.
Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work in traditional style with teak veneer finish.
Soleboard of painted plywood with fitted carpet to finish.
Light coloured upholstery in cabin and saloon.
New upholstery and cushions to be fitted in wheelhouse spring 2021.
Heads and galley finished in a white laminate with varnished teak trims.
Headlining below decks and in wheelhouse finished in vinyl covered panels with varnished teak trims between.
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
Forward Cabin:
Two large single berths in traditional v-berth configuration.
In-fill section creating large double bunk.
Bin type lockers, under forward section of bunk with access to bow thruster.
Standing between bunks when infill not in use.
Standing room aft of bunks.
Locker doors to access storage space under aft end of bunks
Dresser unit to port with counter top, drawer storage beneath and hanging locker outboard.
Storage locker to starboard.
Port holes in topsides, above bunk level forward.
Opening deck hatch overhead.
Bulkhead mounted escape ladder.
Saloon:
Bench style settee running length of saloon to starboard.
U-shaped settee on the port side.
Saloon table, mounted centrally, drops down to create infill for port side bunk conversion to double.
Storage lockers outboard of seating, overhead, port and starboard, selection of lockers and bookshelves.
Cave lockers behind seat backs.
Lockers below starboard settee with locker doors in settee base to access without lifting cushions.
Storage drawers below forward and aft sections of port side settee.
Full height storage locker with louvered door aft of starboard settee, shelved internally.
Opening portlights in coachroof sides.
Galley:
L-shaped galley to port, aft of saloon.
Worktop running the length of the thwartships bulkhead aft.
Gimbal mounted galley stove mounted outboard, facing inboard.
Stainless steel sink and drying rack inset to worktop inboard.
Top loading pantry locker at outboard end of worktop.
Selection of lockers outboard of cooker.
Fridge fitted below worktop inboard with selection of lockers outboard.
Overhead lockers with custom built mug and crockery storage racks.
Heads:
Located to starboard opposite galley.
Manual marine toilet, mounted at forward end, outboard.
Countertop with inset wash hand basin aft, outboard.
Shower stall inboard aft.
Large storage locker aft of heads accessed through opening door in bulkhead.
Wheelhouse:
Access to cockpit via sliding door aft to port.
Access to saloon via companionway steps to starboard of helm.
Helm station located to port, forward with ships wheel, engine dash and navigation instrumentation.
Small chart table and working area outboard of helm station, storage within table unit.
Bench settee aft of chart table.
L-shaped settee to starboard with removable table.
Storage beneath seating unit with drawers under forward unit.
Large, full depth storage locker beneath port side settee/chart table unit.
Sole of wheelhouse lifting to provide access to engine space.
Selection of opening windows with large opening deck hatch over helm station.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Deck stepped, masthead ketch rig.
Anodised alloy masts and spars now finished in two-pack cream paint.
1x19 stainless steel standing rigging.
New forestay fitted winter 2019/20.
Rigging inspected by rigger annually, last checked winter 2020/21.
Bamar roller reefing system on forestay for genoa.
Slab reefing mainsail and mizzen, both fitted with stack packs.
Mizzen mast-mounted radar scanner.
Deck flood light
Winches:
Primary Winches – Lewmar 40, two-speed, self tailing. X2
Main Mast Winches – Single speed x2
Mizzen Mast Winches – Single speed x1
Sails:
Genoa – High cut, roller reefing, tan dacron.
Mainsail – Slab reefing, two reefs, tan dacron.
Mizzen – Slab reefing, tan dacron. (2012)
Canvas Work:
Mainsail Cover – Stack pack style cover with mast boot and lazy jacks. (2015)
Mizzen Cover – Stack pack style covers with mast boot and lazy jacks. (2015)
Windlass cover (2015)
Wheelhouse hatch cover. (2015)
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – 25kg Rocna anchor on chain rode.
Kedge Anchor – Bruce anchor with chain and warp rode.
Electric Windlass – Lofrans Falkon, 12VDC / 1500W with warping drum and chain gypsy.
Fenders – Selection
Warps – Selection
Mobile boarding ladder
Tender:
Zodiac inflatable dinghy.
Hard transom, hard floor, seat and oars.
Outboard – 2hp 2stroke (Professionally serviced autumn 2020).
General:
Stainless steel bowsprit forward with solid bobstay.
Single bow roller built into bowsprit with secondary rollers at stemhead.
Capping rail mounted fairleads forward, port and starboard.
Stainless steel, capping rail-mounted stanchions supporting single, plastic coated guardwire forward.
Guardwire gates port and starboard amidships and aft.
Guardwires replaced with new in 2016.
Alloy mooring cleats forward and midships.
Stainless steel sampson posts mounted on caprail aft.
Moulded bulwarks with hardwood capping rail running the length of the decks outboard.
Caprail mounted pin-stop type genoa tracks mounted on caprail in way of wheelhouse port and starboard.
Hardwood grabrails running the length of the coachroof and wheelhouse.
Wheelhouse roof mounted mainsheet track with car control lines.
Moulded coaming protecting cockpit with hardwood capping
Coaming mounted primary winches port and starboard.
Seating around edges of cockpit, port and starboard and aft.
Lockers beneath seating.
Aft seat lid providing access to steering gear.

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
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:
Low level navigation lights on wheelhouse
Masthead tri colour
Mast mounted deck flood / steaming light unit
Life saving:
Liferaft – Seago Valise raft, next service due 2022.
EPIRB
Danbuoy
Horseshoe Buoys x2

DISCLAIMER
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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