Domp Kruiser 1030

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Description

Jacques De Ridder worked for some of the most prestigious shipyards and naval architects in Europe; including De Vries Lentsch, EC Stadt and Royal Huisman, before opening his own design office in 1973. His designs include the highly capable High Tension 36, Huisman 37 and many of the Etap designs through the 1980’s and 90’s.

The Domp Kruiser 1030 SALTICUS is a heavy displacement, steel hulled cruising yacht designed to be a capable offshore cruiser with spacious accommodation. With her current owners since 1999; she has safely completed a trans-atlantic circuit as well as extensively cruising the waters of Scotland, Ireland, Norway, France, Spain and Portugal. Now reluctantly offered for sale she has an extensive inventory which includes:

Vetus Mitsubishi M4.14 marine diesel engine
Raymarine ST4000+ autopilot system
VDO Logic navigation instruments
Navman 7100 DSC VHF
Monitor windvane system
Mastervolt Battery Mass 12/25 Charger
Ampair Aquair 100 dual purpose wind/aqua generator
Raritan Electroscan black water purifier unit
Techimpex Nautic gas cooker. 3 burner and oven. Gimbal mounted
Jabsco manual marine toilet
Comprehensive sail wardrobe
4 person cannister liferaft
2018 Survey available upon request

If you’re looking for a robust cruising yacht, capable of crossing oceans or venturing to northern climes the Domp Kruiser 1030 SALTICUS offers great value for money. Currently lying ashore and ready for viewing in Craobh Marina.

OWNER’S COMMENTS:
After several years of racing high performance dinghies, we started looking for a yacht that would take us to further horizons. We bought Salticus for her ruggedness, good looks and ease of sailing, as well as her potential for long distance cruising. After a year in Scotland, we went to the Orkneys and Shetland and then on to Norway. Following a year’s preparation, we set off south for France, Spain and Portugal, and then on to the Canaries, the Caribbean and North America for 2 years before returning via the north Atlantic route. Since then we have been exploring the west coast of Scotland.
At all times we (two-handed) felt safe and secure, and the boat has been easy to sail in all conditions from gentle breezes to force 9 (and more). She is small enough to squeeze into any marina or anchorage and yet feels big enough to take on all conditions, including a Nor’easter when crossing the Gulf Stream, or even the Corryvreckan….
We will shed a tear when we part ways, but we feel it is time for someone else to realise the potential that Salticus continues to offer, and we wish you safe passages and fair winds wherever you go in her.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:
Welded plate steel hull
Steel formed internal structural members, welded to hull plating
6mm plate to form keel and hull bottom plates
5mm plate to form second plate
4mm plate to form third plate
Underwater hull plates coated with International Paints primer and antifouling
Topsides finished in International Paints Toplac snow white gloss paint
2018 Survey available with ultrasound report

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Welded plate steel deck, coachroof superstructure and self-draining cockpit
4mm plate steel to form decks and 3mm superstructure
Decks finished with International Paints Toplac snow white gloss paint and Interdeck grey non-slip deck paint
Laid teak decking panels to finish cockpit seating

Keel & Rudder:
Steel plate formed fin keel
Lead ballast
Steel plate formed rudder

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Vetus Mitsubishi M4.14 marine diesel engine
33 hp
4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled
Mechanical reversing marine gearbox
Single lever morse control

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine serviced annually
Flexible exhaust hose system replaced in 2022
Recorded engine running hours 3,320hrs @September 2023

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel propellor shaft
Conventional stuffing type sterngland
3 blade, bronze fixed prop
Rope cutter
Laminated hardwood tiller steering
Spinlock tiller extension
Emergency tiller in steel

Autopilot:
Raymarine ST4000+ autopilot system
Raymarine tiller drive unit

Windvane Self-steering:
Monitor windvane system
SOS emergency rudder

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power:
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
Single 16amp connection point
Hardwired system with RCD Protection
3 pin UK sockets, battery charger, water heater

Battery Banks:
Domestic Batteries – 2x 12VDC, 120Ah, AGM (2018)
Engine Battery – 1x 12VDC, 96Ah, AGM (2018)

Battery Charger:
Mastervolt Battery Mass 12/25 Charger
230VAC – 12VDC, 25amp

Alternator:
Single engine driven alternator

Wind/Towed Generator:
Ampair Aquair 100 dual purpose generator
Fitted with wind blades, hoist in rigging to act as wind generator
Fitted with towing line and propeller can be towed under sail to create charge

Solar Panel:
Removable panel with charge controller
80W panel which can produce maximum of 4amps

Battery Monitoring:
Mastervolt BattMann display x2

Inverter:
12VDC – 230VAC

Other Electrical:
Selection of 12VDC USB charging sockets in saloon and cabins

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Mixer taps in galley and heads
Hot water provided from calorifier heated by engine cooling water or 230VAC immersion heater

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump
Electric Bilge Pump

Black Water:
Raritan Electroscan purifier unit
Remote control panel
Discharging overboard or to holding tank

Gas System:
Self-draining gas locker in cockpit
2x Camping Gaz cylinders
Gas Safe certificate issued July 2023

Fuel System:
Operates with main bilge tank and day tank
Manually pumped fuel transfer between tanks
Level gauge on day tank
Primary fuel filter easily accessible from heads compartment

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Two diesel tanks
Both tanks of stainless steel construction
Main bilge tank approximate capacity – 130ltrs
Day tank approximate capacity – 45ltrs
Combined total approximate capacity – 175ltrs

Fresh Water:
Total of three tanks
All tanks of stainless steel construction
Forward tank approximate capacity – 150ltrs
Saloon port and starboard tanks approximate capacity – 67ltrs each
Combined approximated total capacity – 285ltrs
Forward tank can be isolated from bilge

Holding Tank:
Twin holding tanks
Stainless steel tank construction
Discharging overboard or via deck suction

Calorifier:
Insulated hot water tank
Heated by engine cooling water or 230VAC immersion heater

Tank Monitoring
Diesel tank gauge – VDO display

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
Depth – VDO Logic
Speed/Log – VDO Logic
Wind – VDO Logic
Electronic Compass – VDO Logic
GPS – Furuno GP39
Magnetic Compass

Communications Equipment:
DSC VHF – Navman 7100 DSCVHF with remote handset at companionway for use from cockpit

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Galley Stove – Techimpex Nautic gas cooker. 3 burner and oven. Gimbal mounted
Fridge – Built-in, top loading fridge with Isotherm chiller plate and compressor system
Double stainless steel sinks

Heads:
Heads – Jabsco manual marine toilet
Wash hand basin
Mixer tap/shower fitting


Lighting:
All lighting below decks fitted with LED bulbs (except heads)
Red lighting at chart table

Entertainment:
Radio/CD/Aux input stereo
Speakers in saloon

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
Forward cabin with double berth
Saloon with two short single berths
Nav Station
Galley
Double quarter berth

Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work of teak veneered plywood with solid teak trims
Joinery work finished in satin varnish
Hull sides lined with teak face plywood
Teak and holly veneered soleboards
Offwhite painted headlining

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Double V-berth forward
Shelf above berth to starboard for storage of bulky items
Standing room between bunks aft.
Lockers outboard to port and starboard with countertops above lockers

Saloon:

Hanging locker to starboard with shelved locker to port.
L-Shaped settee to starboard
Bench settee to port
Both settees convert to short single berths
Storage lockers outboard of settee backs with lockers beneath seat bases
Locker tops outboard of seat backs
Locker units above with doored lockers forward and aft with central bookshelf

Nav Station:
Nav station located aft of saloon to starboard
Chart table outboard with chart storage in table top
Storage lockers beneath

Galley:

Double stainless steel sink inboard forward
Gimbal mounted gas cooker outboard
Worktop section forward with top loading fridge beneath
Worktop section aft with drawers beneath
Lockers above worktop outboard

Heads:
To starboard side of companionway
Manual marine toilet inboard aft
Counter top with inset wash hand basin outboard
Access aft of heads to machinery spaced with access to primary filters, battery isolators and electroscan black water unit
Quarter Berth:
Double berth running aft on port side.
Berth extending inboard beneath cockpit
Storage space beneath berth with access to sterngear

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Deck stepped, double spreader, masthead sloop rig
White painted alloy mast and spars, manufactured by Holland Spars
Stainless steel standing rigging – replaced in 2000
Sailspar roller reefing system fitted on forestay for roller reefing genoa
Continuous line roller reefing system
Removable inner forestay, hank-on sails rigged on inner forestay
Harken babystay tensioning system with control line lead aft to cockpit
Barbarossa mechanical backstay tensioner
Block and tackle kicker
Spinnaker pole
Rutgerson mainsheet track and traveller
EasyBlock Hi-Lo mainsheet system
Barton genoa tracks and cars

Winches:
Primary Winches – 2x Lewmar 48, three-speed
Secondary Winches - 2x Lewmar 30, two-speed, self-tailing
Mast Winches – 2x Lewmar 40, two-speed
Mast Reefing Winch – 1x Lewmar 24, two-speed

Sails:
Mainsail – White Dacron, slab reefing, 3 full reefs.
Genoa – White Dacron, blue UV strip roller reefing, 125%
Genoa – White Dacron, roller reefing, 100%
Working Jib – White Dacron, hank-on
Spinnaker
Storm Jib – Hank-on
Trysail

Canvas Work:
Mainsail Cover – With ‘Salticus’ on in white
Sprayhood – Blue on stainless steel frame
Cockpit Tent – Blue, in two sections

General:
Double bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails
Stainless steel, deck mounted stanchions supporting double tier guardwires.
Guardwires replaced in 2022
Anchor windlass mounted centrally on foredeck
Stainless steel mooring cleats forward, midships and aft
Primary and secondary winches mounted on coaming top
Mainsheet track spanning cockpit immediately aft of companionway
Instruments mounted on pod above companionway
Stainless steel grabrails on coachroof top outboard to port and starboard
Liferaft mounted on coachroof top
Stainless steel antenna pole mounted on transom
Monitor windvane mounted on transom
Transom mounted stainless steel boarding ladder

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – 35lb CQR anchor on 60m chain rode
Windlass – Vetus vertical manual windlass
Mooring Warps – Selection
Fenders - Selection

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Masthead Tri-Colour Light
Masthead Anchor Light
Steaming Light
Low Level Navigation Lights

Life saving:
Liferaft – Ocean Safety 4 person cannister, secured in deck cradle.
Horeshoe Buoy with Danbuoy
Oscar MOB rescue sling
Webbing jackstays

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

Contact The Seller

General Information

Name
SALTICUS
Designer
Jacques De Ridder
Year
1992
New or used
used
Lying
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity (L)
285

Measurements

Length overall (m)
10.3
Length waterline (m)
9.5
Beam (m)
3.55
Draft (m)
1.7
Displacement (kg)
6605

Engines

Engine
Vetus Mitsubishi M4.14 marine diesel engine 33 hp 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled Mechanical reversing marine gearbox Single lever morse control
Fuel
diesel
Fuel capacity (l)
175

About The Seller

Mark Cameron Yachts

The Braes

Inverneil

PA308ES

United Kingdom

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