HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The Invader 22 cruiser / racer was first designed in the mid 1970’s by the renowned naval architect David Feltham who went on to produce some of the most well know yachts such as the successful Maxi.
This spacious bilge-keeler, trailer sailer offers good sailing performance with a well-balanced bermudian rig having alloy spars, stainless-steel rigging and red sails.
White moulded GRP hull and structure with red accents. Raked stem, transom stern and bilge keels.
Accommodation for up to five in two cabin layout. Saloon with port side dinette converting to double berth. Starboard quarter berth. Double berth or twin berth fore-cabin. Separate heads compartment with marine wc. Galley to starboard with new gas cooker, sink with cold water supply.
Large aft cockpit with locker seats, tiller steering. Speedo, compass, sounder, bilge pumps, navigation and steaming lights.
Anchor and chain, stainless steel push and pulpits, stanchions, cockpit canopy, cockpit cushions, .
10hp Stuart Turner P66 twin cylinder 2 stroke inboard petrol engine.
A good example of this popular class of trailer / sailer ideal as a first yacht or for more experienced sailors and those seeking to explore creeks and estuaries where the vessel will dry out. Benefitting from an inboard engine as most Invader’s have an out-board motor.
Seriously for sale and offered at a very realistic price as owner moving house.
Low-cost delivery possible by arrangement with the boat-yard.
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