The Hurley 22 is a long-established family cruising yacht that is available with fin or bilge keels. Developed in 1964 and first sold in 1966, the Hurley 22 became an instant hit. Quite aside from her pretty lines - she looked like a 'proper yacht' - she is solidly built and is a good performer. From the outset the Hurley 22 was intended to be raced as well as cruised. A H22 even won the Round The Island Race in 1967 and they acquitted themselves well on the JOG circuit. But it has been the H22's cruising performance that has won the respect of many yachtsmen over the years. Hurley owners speak fondly of the little boat's performance and sea-kindliness. The boats have proved themselves on long cruises; several 22s have crossed the Atlantic, and at least one has cruised the Pacific.
In 1963 George Hurley provided designer Ian Anderson with a brief to meet the demands of the family yachtsman, essentially to provide a medium to heavy displacement, safe, seaworthy yacht in both fin- and bilge-keel form, with berths for four and being suitable for either inboard or outboard engine, while at the same time retaining classic lines. The result was the Hurley 22 - classic in its time.The 22 went into Lloyds approved series production in 1966 and was in almost constant production up to 1990 by which time 1203 had been built.
1 x Tohatsu 6HP Outboard Engine
1 x 12V Battery
1 x Compass, 1 x Log, 1 x VHF , 1 x Echo Sounder, 1 x GPS, 1 x Radio Cassette CD, 1 x Autopilot
2 x Fire Extinguishers (Dry Powder)
1 x Anchor, 1 x Spray Hood, 1 x Dodgers, 1 x Cockpit Cover, 1 x Winter cover, 1 x Nav Lights, A 2.5Mtr Inflatable with the boat.
Roller Reefing on the Head Sail, Spinnaker.
1 x Crockery 1 x Cutlery, 1 x Barometer
This is a lovely Boat in Good Working Order, We'll be sorry to see her go.