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Feeling 1090

  • Located at Conwy
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Year: 1989
LOA: 36.42 ft
Draft: 5.74 ft


  • Make: Feeling
  • Model: 1090
  • Heads: 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Horsepower: 27
  • Drive Type: Power
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Price: £39,995
  • Location: In Conwy
  • Year: 1989
  • LOA: 36.42 ft

1989 Feeling 1090, sloop rig with Yanmar 3GM30(F) 27hp diesel engine. The Feeling 1090 is an exceptionally spacious boat with a cabin aft, a large saloon, and a forward V-berth. A deck saloon-style superstructure with semi-flush decks forward of the mast gives the boat a distinctive style. Full navigation suite to include Chartplotter, Autopilot, AIS, Radar, VHF and new sprayhood. Lying Conwy Marina. viewing by appointment.


Feeling 1090 was designed by Mortain & Mavrikios and Philippe Harlé and built by Kirie (France) in 1989.
White GRP hull, deck, and superstructure
Fin keel with spade rudder
Wheel steering
Sloop rigged with an in-mast furling mainsail and furling genoa


Yanmar 3GM(F)30 27hp diesel engine with a reduction gearbox, conventional shaft drive to a 3-bladed bronze propeller. 1650 hours run to date. Will come with recent service.
Single lever engine controls.
Electric starting.
Cruising speed 6 knots. Maximum speed 7 knots
Eberspacher diesel-fired heating - Requires attention.

12v & 240v systems
2 x 12v Batteries
240v Shore power c/w shore support cable
240v Battery charger and charging via engine alternator
Mastervolt battery monitor
2kva Generator

Water Systems:
Pressurised hot and cold water
Water heated via engine calorifier or 240v immersion


Sloop rig. Deck stepped silver anodised aluminium mast and boom.
Furling mainsail. Original mainsail
Roller furling genoa (Replaced circa 2015)
All lines led aft to the cockpit.
Stainless steel standing rigging inspected by TJ Rigging in 2019)
Terylene running rigging
Storm sail
Spinnaker pole and deck gear


Deck Equipment:
Anchor, chain, and warp
Electric anchor windlass
Mooring warps
Sprayhood (2020)
Folding cockpit table
Wheel steering
Teak battened cockpit seating
Aluminium mooring cleats

Navigation Equipment:
Philips AP Navigator GPS
Raymarine ST7000 autopilot
Raymarine radar
AIS (New 2021)
Standard Horizon Quest GX1500E VHF radio c/w masthead antenna
Nasa Target Navtex Pro
Stowe Navigator Speed/Log/Wind
Stowe Navsounder Depth

Safety Equipment:

Manual and electric bilge pumps
Emergency steering
Boarding ladder
Fire extinguishers
Fire blanket
Gas detector

Inflatable dinghy and Honda 2.3hp outboard (2020)


Boarding over the side rails or from the sugar scoop you find a well-thought-out yacht.


Wheel steering and binnacle compass with a raised arch helmsman's seat with lazarette storage below, Teak slatted. Crew seating for four in a deep safe cockpit, again this is also teak slatted.

There are self-tailing sheet winches plus double-stacked cheek blocks to bring the kite lines as far aft as possible before coming forward to their own dedicated self-tailing winches. There are multiple lifeline points. Teak grid duckboards and a cockpit table with three tabletop options depending on the numbers sitting / dining.

A large locker built into the coamings and deep into the bilge is to starboard, a shallower version mirrors it to port.

Under the sprayhood on each side of the coach roof, there are three rope clutches and a single halyard per side.

Steps down to:

Saloon & Galley

To Port there is a port and forward-facing:


Comprising a gimbaled cooker with two burners and a Grill oven, twin extra deep sinks with H&C water , microwave, and countertop loading fridge. numerous storage cupboards, drawers fiddle-edged shelving and a top-loading storage bin create ample storage solutions.

To port and directly behind the galley door to:

Aft Cabin

The aft cabin has a large double berth with taller sailors sleeping fore and aft, however shorter people and those wanting to sit up and read can do so across the ship as the lined hull sides make a comfortable backrest.

The main hanging locker has double drawers, cubby holes, and hanging space with the addition of a fixed seat.

To starboard and aft of the main saloon door to:


The heads have a large wet hanging locker that drains directly into the bilge sump. A basin with pull-out shower H&C water toiletry storage and a sea toilet with a holding tank diverter valve.

Immediately forward of the head on the starboard side, you find the:

Nav Station Chart Table

This unit combines multiple features, to the aft there is the main switch panel with a cupboard crockery and glasses store. There is also a useful cold locker that works by way of a large ice block frozen at home and brought on board. perfect when power management is an issue. This forms the seatback to the forward-facing nav station.

Central isle forward to:

Main Saloon

The saloon has a deep L-shaped dinette style to port converts to a double berth, the port side seating has lea cloths for secure sleeping at sea. There is ample under-seat storage and a number of bookshelves. The dining table is fixed over the keel and to the mast with two large lift leaves giving dining for 6 or 3 to 4 with the use of only one side.

Going forward through door to:

Forward Cabin

Hanging space to port and a locker to starboard, the berth is full width and approximately six feet long. There are long fiddle-edged shelves running the full length of the cabin on both sides. The roof hatch allows lots of light to fill the cabin.

Re-upholstered throughout - 2020


For a full, detailed specification with additional photographs and direct contact details for the listing office visit our website

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Unless otherwise stated on the specification sheet the following presumptions are made
Sail drive and shaft seals are more than 5 years of age
Fuel and gas hoses and regulators are over 5 years old
Standing rigging and sails are more than 10 years old

NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.

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