Bagadeus is a well-equipped yacht.  Details are given in the table below, but some salient points are:


Fully-battened mainsail for good performance under sail,  with Pacamain and lazyjacks for easy lowering and stowage of mainsail


Furling Genoa


Cruising Chute and Snuffer


In-cockpit control of Main Halyard, Mainsheet, Topping Lift, Kicking Strap, all Reefing Lines and Spinnaker Halyard


21 kW/29 HP 2030 Volvo Diesel Engine (high-power option)


Shore power with 40A Mains Battery Charger


Electric Refrigerator


Ducted Warm-air Heating to all Cabins (Diesel-powered)


Electric Anchor Windlass




Chartplotter with colour display at the navigation table and matching radar with colour display at the wheel pedestal, fully interlinked via HSB2, Seatalk and NMEA buses.  Either display unit can independently function as chartplotter, radar or both and can provide overlay of radar on chart.  Radar has MARPA, so can track 10 targets simultaneously and display the targets' range, bearing, course, speed, CPA (Closest Point of Approach) and TCPA (Time to Closest Point of Approach)


ICS Nav6 Plus Navtex Receiver, capable of displaying navigation data on the NMEA bus


Raymarine high-performance 150G gyro autopilot pack.  Autopilot can follow a ground track (allowing for tidal drifts) and can steer to maintain a constant wind angle under sail


DSC Marine VHF Radio


Pressurised Hot-water system with Shower


300 litre Fresh Water Capacity via two tanks


Extensive Safety Equipment

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Technical Data

Length overall                10.80 m

Hull length                     10.35 m

Waterline length               8.45 m

Beam                             3.48 m

Draught                          1.85 m

Displacement              4500 kg approx.

Ballast                       1400 kg approx.

Engine                          21 kW/29 hp

Water capacity            300 litres

Fuel capacity               150 litres

Sail areas:

Mainsail                  28.2 sq. m approx.

Genoa                     28.0 sq. m approx.

Height of mast        14.54 m approx.

(above waterline)

Cruising Chute        35.0 sq. m approx.

Storm Jib                12.0 sq. m approx.





Fittings and equipment


Anti-slip surface on sidedeck, coach roof and hatch covers

Teak on seat thwarts and cockpit floor

Spray hood

Steering Pedestal cover



Anchor roller and bow fitting

Electric anchor winch

Bow, Midships and Stern Cleats both sides

Two Self-tailing working winches

Two self-tailing Genoa winches, two-speed

Tensioners and lines led to cockpit

Self-draining anchor locker

Two locker seats in cockpit

Self-draining gas cylinder container

Cockpit shower

Boarding ladder

Deck Vent

Electric bilge pump

Manual bilge pump

Navigation lights

Tricolour and all-round-white lights at masthead

Deck light

Firdell 'Blipper' Radar Reflector

Flag halyards port and starboard



Antifouling and primer including saildrive

Ambassador rope-cutter on saildrive

Hull anode bonding system



Fully battened mainsail

Sail cover

Genoa, coordinated with standard foresail reefing gear

Cruising Chute and Snuffer

Storm jib



Conventional Bermudan rig

Boom preventer

Gas rod kicker

Roller reefing gear for foresail

Main halyard led aft to cockpit

Topping lift and kicking strap led aft to cockpit

All reefing lines led aft to cockpit

Halyard for cruising chute led aft to cockpit


Steering Gear

Steering pedestal

Streamlined rudder with forebalance

Bow-thruster with control adjacent to engine throttle


Electrical Power System

Three batteries - 1x55Ah Engine and 2x140Ah Domestic

Parallel connection switch for emergency engine start

50A alternator on engine

40A battery charger via shore power (sufficient for charger to supply all standing power demands, including refrigerator)


Power supply switchboard

Automatic fuses with control lamps

Engine circuit/Boat circuit


Fresh Water Supply

Two tanks with 300 litres capacity

Electric pressure pump with pump filter

Hot water storage system



Three cabins with six berths plus saloon (eight berths total)

Four opening hatches

Six opening side windows

Two settee seats in saloon

Two-leaf table with 3 side drawers in saloon

Sideboards with stowage space

Chart table with compartment for charts and navigation equipment

Chart table seat with stowage for tools


Galley: Cooker with oven

Electric Refrigerator

Ducted warm-air heating system to all cabins (Diesel powered)

Stainless steel sink

Stowage for dishes, pots and waste bucket

Washroom with with easy-care synthetic surface

Pump marine toilet, washbasin and Shower in washroom

Pressurised hot and cold freshwater supply to washbasin and shower with electric pump-out

Heads piping looped to deck level


Instrumentation and Electronics

Binnacle Compass

Raymarine ST60 Tridata (log, speed and depth)

Raymarine ST60 Wind Indicator

Autopilot pack:

    Raymarine 6001Plus Autopilot with Linear Drive

    Raymarine ST60 Controller

    Raymarine 150G Course Computer

Raymarine RL72CPlus Radar with colour display and MARPA

Raymarine 530Plus GPS Chartplotter with colour display

Raymarine GPS 120 WAAS Antenna

Chartplotter and Radar are interconnected via HSB2 and Seatalk so each can provide the other's functionality

Radar overlay of chart display is available

ICS Nav6 Plus Navtex receiver with NMEA interconnection

All instruments are interconnected via Seatalk and/or NMEA buses:  so e.g. autopilot can follow a ground track (automatically allowing for tidal drift) and can steer to a constant wind angle under sail; Navtex receiver can additionally display navigation data

NMEA interface port for PC/external instrument connection

Simrad RD68 DSC VHF Radio

Hand-held VHF with 12v and 240v charging adapters

Stereo Domestic Radio with single CD player

External Cockpit Speaker for VHF



Volvo-Perkins MD 2030 21kW/29 HP with Saildrive

Dual Circuit cooling

Automatic Engine Fire Extinguisher (Halon)

Engine hours counter


Diesel tank: 150 litres capacity

Fuel level indicator


Safety Equipment

Two horseshoe lifebuoys with lights and drogues

Danbuoy and holder

Man-overboard lifting kit

Eight-man Solas B liferaft in deck-mounted canister

Ten Solas B lifejackets with light units and Solas tape

Eight harness lines

Four D-ring harness anchoring points in cockpit

Jackstays (Certified Webbing C.O.P. Approved)

Emergency VHF Antenna

Ten Thermal Protective Aids

Emergency navigation light set

Two Solas No. 2 Cards

Small torches fixed above each cabin door

Five Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blanket in living quarters

Gas Detector

Four Smoke Detectors

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