|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
DREMAH of CHICHESTER – HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The first Pegasus 35 was launched at the 1969 London Boat Show and later the same year took part in the Round Britain power-boat race. She won the Best All-Rounder, Concours d’Elegance and Index of Performance prizes. Despite this flying start and good reputation for their high standard of construction only 13 boats were built before production ceased in 1973. But for two boats built in GRP they were all cold-moulded mahogany, cascover sheathed and fitted with 145hp Perkins Diesel engines giving a top speed of 25 knots. A few later boats with upgraded engines of 175hp achieved nearly 30 knots. Pronounced raked stem and flared bows, radius transom stern, full keel and hard chine construction giving a planing hull. Double and triple mahogany cold moulded hull all copper fastened to oak timbers.
Launched in June 1971 for owner John Vernon of Kensington as ORMINDO and registered in Cowes.
John was also part owner of a Daring On-Design Sloop and member of numerous yacht clubs. He owned ORMINDO during the 1970s & 1980s before she was sold into new ownership and named DREMAH OF CHICHESTER. The current owner bought her a good few years ago and set about refurbishing the hull and maintaining the vessel to a good standard.
The Pegasus 35 is an attractive and stylish design offering adaptable, light accommodation with full standing headroom a separate ensuite aft cabin and convertible open-backed wheelhouse with generous rear sundeck.
Extremely original example, ideal for extended coastal cruising, holidays afloat or for living aboard. In commission and ready for the 2019 season. A few cosmetics will bring her up to a high standard for a now quite rare Pegasus.
PERKINS 6354 6 cylinder 145hp turbocharged diesels, serviced 2018. Two 75 gallons stainless steel fuel tanks. 60 gallons freshwater capacity, stainless steel tank. Calorifier.
Open-plan forward cabin with two berths or infill to a generous double berth. Cave lockers and access to central chain locker.
Starboard cocktail drinks cabinet with racks and shelving. Portside wardrobe.
Raised dinette to port converts to double berth. Starboard settee berth with a metamorphic back panel providing additional galley worktop. Galley with sink unit, gas cooker and built-in fridge to port. Heads compartment with chemical wc, washbasin and shower fitting.
Steps up to wheelhouse. Helm to port with instrumentation and controls. Decca, Radar, VHF, Sounder and Auto-helm. Morse controls. Removable canvas side and rear panels to the wheelhouse. Steps down to: Aft cabin with athwartships double or two single berths, hanging locker and drawers. Starboard side ensuite marine heads, moulded vanity unit and shower fitting.
Generous foredeck with anchor windlass, stainless steel pulpit and side deck stanchions. Signals mast. Aft deck with stainless steel davits with 10ft GRP moulded dinghy. Pushpit.
Boat Safety Certificate
Guide: Sale Pending 22.08.19
Viewing: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE
|Designer:||Cox & Haswell|
|Builder:||Pegasus Marine Ltd.|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||10 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||25 Knots|
|Length over all:||35'|
|Length of deck:||34' 10"|
|Length at waterline:||29'|
|Hull type:||Deep Vee|
|Hull colour:||Dark Blue|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||150 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||60 Gallons|
Important Note: The particulars / images of the vessels listed on this website are believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed, buyers should satisfy themselves regarding the same. No warranty is given as to the condition of vessel's hull, machinery and equipment / gear and an examination by a qualified marine surveyor is always recommended.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.