St Carlos de la Rapita Castellon Spain
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Ian Anderson
LOA: 9.15m 30'
Maximum Draft: 1.45m
Engine(s) HP: 13hp
Engine Model: Yanmar
Cruising Speed: 5/6 knots
Engine Hours: 500 approx
Fresh Water Tanks: 110 litres
Fuel Tanks: 55 litres
Spacious interior with good headroom [6'3"]. To starboard a good sized chart table and navigation station. Plenty of storage around the chart table. Behind the chart table is access to the aft quarter berth. To port an L-shaped galley with coolbox, round sink with fitted lid, cold pumped water and gimballed 2 burner oven with grill.
Saloon is a straightforward layout, with nice wide seats, in blue patterned upholstery, making decent sea berths.
Central table with drop-leaf. Lots of locker space with solid timber doors, woodwork in a rich mahogany. A solid mahogany mast stanchion forward of the saloon table.
Saloon door forward is offset to starboard leaving as much room as possible for heads to port, which is closed off with a door. This door also used for closing off forecabin with its light & airy double berth. Hanging locker to starboard opposite heads.
Engine & Electrical
• Yanmar engine 2 cylinders. 13hp.
• 2 batteries
• 2 x 240v sockets
• 2 blade prop • •
• Raymarine ST 1000 Plus tillerpilot 2005 - i
• Navman Plotter 900
• Plastimo bulkheadcompass • Navigation Lights
Tiller steering. Good sized cockpit with mahogany seats and lockers.
Mainsheet track outside companionway.
• 8’ Dinghy Lomac Orca
• 1 x Anchor CQR 32lb with chain & warp
• 2 x kedge anchors fisherman plus spreader • Inlaid non-slip deck
• Profurl furling gear for headsail 
Patria is in generally sound condition. Some sea cocks are in need of servicing or replacement notably the cockpit sea cock drains. There is some osmosis however this was noted to be minimal in 2018 at the last lift out. The asking price for this boat is very fair and reflects comments above. Hurley, as a brand, is well known and respected with a good following. This model, Hurley 30/90 may suit an existing Hurley 22 / 24 owner or would be suitable as a first boat for any keen sailor.
The mainsail is of Crusader heavy duty cruising construction and was new in 2007.
Patria was berthed in Plymouth originally and sailed to Valencia Spain in 1992. She was berthed at Cartagena between 2007- 2009 returning to Valencia in 2009. The present owner has cruised the Spanish coast between Barcelona and Cartagena in the last 14 years since 2005.
• Last lifted and antifouled 2018 St Carlos de R.
• Previously lifted and antifouled 2018 St Carlos de la Rapita • Safety equipment:
• 4 lifejackets
• jackstay lifelines
• fire blanket
• fire extinguisher
|Vessel type:||Hurley 30|
|Registry:||Lloyds / ship of the realm|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||30'|
|Maximum draft:||4' 8"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull type:||Long lead encapsulated GRP keel|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||110 Litres|
|Water capacity:||55 Litres|