Langkawi Malaysia Kedah Malaysia|
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This vessel has had only two owners since new. She has a long pedigree that places her among the best sailing crafts available in her size.
Extra Budget II is a boat that is well suited for a couple or a young family that has an understanding and love for craftsmanship. The joy of being aboard a boat that will turn heads, keep out the weather and make you feel like part of sailing's true tradition is all assured with this special little vessel. She is a rare find in the Asian part of the world and she is ready for more adventure with a new and understanding owner that will care for her as the other two have.
|Vessel name:||Extra Budget II|
|Vessel type:||Baba 30ft Monohull|
|Builder:||Ta Shing boatbuilders, Taiwan|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta ( new 2011)|
|Engine power:||30 HP|
|Fuel Consumption:||3 Litres Per Hour|
|Cruising Speed:||6 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||7 Knots|
|Nominal length:||29' 9"|
|Length over all:||29' 9"|
|Maximum draft:||4' 9"|
|Fuel capacity:||100 Litres|
|Water capacity:||230 Litres|
Head room 6ft. 4in.
Interior finish Teak and white.
U shaped galley to port, chart table and nav station to starboard, open saloon with bulkhead fold-up table, port and starboard settee berths, lockers and bins above each. The head is forward to starboard, leading to a spacious cabin area with a double V-berth with large lockers below and louvered shelves to port and starboard, all surrounded by teak inner planking.
Shower:Exterior fresh water shower
Entertainment:DVD player with two speakers
Galley:A compact and practical galley on the port side.
Refrigeration:Ozefridge, frig/ freezer, 12v-eutectic plate, insulated custom built, spacious box.
Stove:Broadwater, ss. 2 burner with oven
Water-Maker:Pur- 40 2002, new seal kit and biocide, 2010, now not in use or recently tested.
Anchors N. 3,45lb, 35lb, 18lb,
Anchor Winch:SL 555, HD, manual
Chain and Rope:300ft, hi-test, 5/6° Wrap/ 100 ft, 5/8th nylon
Winches: Total of 9 Arco winches, N. 2 self /tailers new 2009
Bilge Pumps: N. 1 electrical new 2017, and N. 1 manual to be serviced
Life Raft:Avon 4 man inspected in 2012
Fire Protection:3 fire extinguishers, ( Needing serviced)
Solar Panels:. 3 Solar Panels, 1-85w/5amp and 2- 3amp with auto controller, 1997
Start Batteries: 2- 110 Amp, Trojan, TROTMX27 batteries, replaced 2014
House Batteries :4- 110 Amp, Trojan, TROTMX27 batteries, replaced 2014
Electronics / Navigation
VHF: Standard Horizon 2005
Depth sounder: PROBE forward looking sounder, 1996
Windvane : Auto Helm, Needing service
Auto Pilot : Yes, Ray Marine, ST 4000, Needing service
N. 1 Main/ 1997, with lazy jacks and new cover-
N. 1 Genoa / 1997 Furlex roller furling, 2018 repaired and new blue UV protection added.
And assortment of other sails for a total of 8, all in serviceable condition, all dating from 1997/95:
Total sail area 504sq. Ft.
Mast/ Rigging/ : 2004, Selden, Single spreader, anodized aluminum mast and boom, with jiffy reefing.
Rigging ¼" and 5/16", with Stalok/Norseman fittings, all new 2004,
Remarks:Full new engine, gear box, shaft and propeller 2011
Propulsion:Technodrive TMC 40 with Variprop, four blade 2011
Full new engine, gear box, shaft and propeller 2011
Full hull gelcoat inspection, sanding, fairing and painting with 2 coats of Awlgrip primer, 3 coats of Awlgrip Oyster white paint. Painting of new Water Line and Cavita Line with International Perfection Paint. 2012. Bottom paint re-done in 2017, inspected and cleaned by a diver 07/2018
New teak deck 2011
See excerpt from a Sailing Magazine review by the esteemed John Kretschmer:
"A bluewater beauty that was built to last....
The Baba 30 is a small but serious cruising boat. And it certainly looks the part with a shapely canoe stern, springy sheerline and proud bowsprit. The Baba 30 pedigree arcs through Colin Archer's converted lifeboats of the 19th century to the famed Tahiti ketches that carried early cruisers around the world between wars. More recently, like many small double-enders that sprang to life in the 1970s, the Baba 30 was inspired by the stunning success of the Westsail 32. Baba 30 designer Bob Perry confesses that the Westsail was a role model of sorts for some of his early cruising designs.....
If you're a traditionalist the Baba 30 will stir you. Nicely proportioned and laden with teak, the Baba 30 conjures visions of lush tropical islands. Close your eyes, can you see it, a lovely Baby 30 swinging at anchor in Cook's Bay, Moorea?
Once aboard you realize that the Baba 30 isn't really a pocket cruiser. It's a big boat trapped in short body. The 12,500 pounds of displacement and 5,000 pounds of ballast are the telling figures. By way of comparison, other early full-keel 30-footers like the Alberg, Bristol and Cape Dory weigh considerably less.
The rig is a classic cutter with 504 square feet of working sail area... The hull shape features a long bow overhang and gradual sloping forefoot that trails into a long keel section. The rudder is completely protected and the prop is housed in a small aperture. While the Baba 30 is at home in blue water, especially if it's blowing, it's a handful when backing into a slip under power.
The hull is solid fiberglass, laid up to heavy scantlings. Supposedly the lamination schedule exceeded Lloyd's A-1 specs and some boats were built to Lloyd's 100-A1 and have the certificate to prove it. This process didn't require more fiberglass just more supervision. The deck is cored with either balsa or plywood, in either case end-grain sections were used to prevent the spread of core delamination caused by leaks....
While the layout is predictable, the workmanship is remarkable. The interior fairly drips with teak. White mica surfaces in the galley are about the only areas below that are not finished in teak. It's impressive how well many of the 30s still look. This is a testament to excellent original construction and to building boats that didn't leak. Nothing spoils a handsome teak interior faster than leaky decks and overhead fittings. While the interior is a bit dark by today's standards, it's also warm and inviting in colder climates. There's good ventilation provided by two huge overhead hatches and opening bronze portlights.
The layout features a U-shaped galley to port including double stainless sinks, a full-sized stove and oven and ample storage. This is a galley more likely found aboard a 36-foot cruiser. Opposite is a quarterberth that forms the seat for the nav station. This berth usually turns into a storage bin. The chart table is also well-sized with a couple of shelves above. The electrical panel is positioned so that it is easy to accidentally trip breakers when seated at the nav station, but this is easily corrected. There's also a draining wet locker to starboard of the companionway. "
Read the full review at:http://sailingmagazine. Net/article-14-baba-30. Html
This Baba 30 is available for viewing by appointment. She is ready to set sail, and is a beautiful classic style boat full of character and charm. Please contact me today for more information or a viewing. Thank You.
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