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Quinco just returned from 5 months in New Caledonia in 2015 and is now ready for a new life and maybe a new home!

Quinco is ready and fully equipped NOW to go blue water cruising, coastal cruising and or living aboard! A one of a kind, Adams designed Yacht, in Glass

Quinco is an Joe Adams designed 40 foot cutter rigged sloop sailing boat with a "Swing Centre Board" allowing a shoal draft of 4 foot 6 inches. The Centre Board is raised and lowered from a deck winch. The keel is a full keel running all the way to the rudder. Quinco weighs in at approx 12 tonnes making her a very comfortable and stable cruising boat. The setup allows short handed, uncomplicated cruising. Quinco is a professionally built vessel constructed in Fremantle, Western Australia (very low humidity which is ideal for working with Fiberglass) by Frank Crockett who actually built a 1975? Sydney to Hobart winner along with other boats. Amongst the included inventory is a navigation computer running OpenCpn with an AIS Engine showing shipping in real time overlaid on the charts. A router allows connection to WiFi or Wireless Internet when in range, an external antenna is mounted on the Bimini for more distant WiFi stations along with an external aerial for 3g Wireless Internet. A Wireless 3g dongle, unlocked is connected to the router also. The router also connects to the Television's Media Player for viewing stored Videos and Photos

Quinco is moored in the Manly Boat Harbour, Manly, Queensland for viewing

The reduced Price is $98,000 AUS ono.

The Yacht - Specifications and Equipment

All the technical information on Quinco and the equipment on board to make sailing and cruising as easy as possible

Images - Lots of Pictures

Photographs of Quinco and some of the places she has cruised and stopped at

Here is the Listing on Yachthub

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Places we Have Cruised

Have a look at the places we have been, the places you can cruise


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Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasie 2004