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- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 31.17
- Length (Metres): 9.5
- Beam: 2.99 meter
- Min Draft: 0.95 meter
- Max Draft: 0.95 meter
- LOA: 9.5 meter
- LOD: 8.48 meter
- Dry Weight: 4300
- Fuel Capacity: 1 x 170 L (37 Gal)
- Water Capacity: 1 x 200 L (44 Gal)
- Holding Capacity: 1 x 61 L (13 Gal)
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Vetus
- Engine Model: 2.61
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Hours: 57
- Type of Propeller: 3 Blade, Bronze
- Total Power: 80
- Max Speed: 10
Built in 2014 by FibreClassics and exhibited at the 2015 London Boat Show. The Jersey 30 is
a sturdy motor cruiser powered by a single economical 80hp shaft driven diesel engine giving
A feature of the design is the fully opening aft wheelhouse doors making the saloon and cockpit one
large spacious social area.
4 berths with large forward cabin, clever guest berth, separate heads plus a bright saloon, all
together making her a really well designed comfortable motor cruiser.
“Stars & Stripes” Jotun grey/ blue GRP hull sprayed 2020.
Shallow long keel with s/s protection to the propeller and rudder.
Hydraulic wheel steering to supported rudder.
Cream GRP decks, superstructure and draining aft cockpit.
Teak laid cockpit sole.
Transom door leading to a large teak slatted swim platform.
Rubber rubbing strakes to hull & deck joint and swim platform.
Cream GRP internal moulding
Veneered internal joinery. Teak saloon table & teak & holly cabin soles.
Boat Safety Certificate until 2023.
VETUS 2.61 80hp 4 cylinder diesel engine beneath wheelhouse/cockpit.
Sound deadened compartment, easy access from the cockpit or saloon soles.
Closed circuit cooling with heat exchanger and wet exhaust.
Reversing reduction gearbox, Bullflex coupling to shaft driven 3 bladed propeller.
Only 57 engine hours.
Oils & filters changed spring 2019 – approx. 10 hrs run since.
Cruising 6/7 kts, max 10kts.
Vetus 55 kgf Bow thruster
Fuel: 170 ltr tank – new 316 stainless steel tank 2019
Fresh water: 200 ltr tank
Hot water: 25 ltr tank
Holding tank: 61 ltr tank
12 volt system – 2 x 12volt batteries charged by engine alternator.
12v interior lighting. 12v navigation lights. Search light. Horn. Windscreen wipers.
240 volt system – Shore cable and socket, RCB, Battery charger, immersion heater,
4 x 240v sockets.
Helmsman’s compass, clock & barometer.
Cobra DSC VHF radio (requires GPS for DSC)
Raymarine Hybrid touch screen GPS plotter
For 4 – 2 x doubleberths (plus short single in wheelhouse/saloon).
Beige tweed saloon upholstery
Pressurised hot & cold water system
Water heated by engine and 240v immersion heater
Clock and barometer
Forecabin – large shaped double berth to port forward with 2 hanging lockers.
Guest berth – cleverly designed midships double berth aft of the forecabin and
under the saloon with a fixed hull window.
Separate heads compartment – to starboard with washbasin, shower and electric
flush toilet, piped to holding tank.
Steps up to wheelhouse/saloon with two opening roof hatches and sliding side
Helm position to starboard with instrumentation and helm seat.
Galley: aft to starboard with Origo 6000 two burner alcohol 2 burner hob & oven,
s/s sink and 50 ltr Isotherm front opening 12v fridge.
Saloon:- raised L shaped bench seat to port with folding and lowering saloon table.
Teak bi-fold aft wheelhouse doors fully opening to the aft cockpit.
Stainless Steel bow rail and grabhandles on coachroof.
Bow roller with anchor, chain and Manual anchor winch.
Blue full cockpit canopy enclosure with removable sides & rear – new 2019. Original beige canopy used for winter.
Fender storage either side of cockpit.
2 x fold down cockpit seats.
6 s/s x mooring cleats
Transom door with access to stern swimming platform
Folding swim ladder
Mooring warps and fenders.
Manual and electric bilge pumps.
Fire Extinguishers - 1 x automatic in Engine Room and 1 x in Pilothouse.
Carbon Monoxide alarm
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet