Adams 10.6

SOLD - This exciting performer was the last Adams 10.6 built and was launched in 2006. She has great performance record and has recently been upgraded to make her even easier to sail. Now sporting asymmetric spinnakers flown from a retractable Selden sprit, she is competitive and fun to sail, either short handed or with a small crew.
An inspired design from Joe Adams, the Adams 10.6 combines exciting performance, a spacious cockpit and a comfortable interior, great for weekends away. The Adams 10.6 is an ideal club racer for Port Phillip where a number of her sister 10.6s are sailed.

The sail wardrobe is competitive and includes a recent aramid mainsail from Quantum USA, a range of composite headsails and two near-new asymmetric spinnakers. Engine power is a Yanmar 3YM-20 saildrive in great condition, regularly serviced and with low running hours.

The interior features an open plan cabin with good headroom, two large quarter berths and two settee berths, all more than 2m long. The galley has a two-burner stove, a sink and a large ice box. There is a large chart table and an electric marine toilet. Electronics include Raymarine log speed depth and wireless wind, P80 Chart plotter with multi-function display and electronic charting, Simrad tiller auto-pilot and a Navman VHF radio transceiver.

Recent upgrades include new stainless steel bow and stern rails with new lifelines, a new tiller and installation of the Selden retractable sprit for the easy to use asymmetric spinnakers. This yacht has been well maintained and is presented in ready to sail condition.

For further information or to arrange inspection at Sandringham, please call Chris Furey on  0410 551977 or complete the on-line enquiry form

Price: SOLD
Brand: Adams
Model: 10.6
Length: 10.60 Meters
Year: 2006
Engine Type: Marine diesel with saildrive
Condition: Used
State: Victoria
Engine 1
Engine Make: Yanmar 3YM20
Engine Serial: EO2291
Engine Hours: 338
Horse Power: 20
Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Saildrive
Steering: Tiller

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