Initially I made a mistake. I have a Coronet Oceanfarer30.
There were not many of them produced before it was changed to an Oceanfarer32 as you correctly indicated.
It's a very maneuverable boat due to the Volvo Penta
280 stern drives but with only a 750mm draught it is easily affected by wind
and sea currents.
With the two engines at 2000 rpm
doing 12 knots I can cruise
for 10 hours on full tanks
of 400 liters total. That's 20 liters per hour on each engine
. The boat can do 20 knots with ease.
There is a third 200 litre fuel tank
mid ship on my boat but it is not in service
. I'm not sure how it was connected originally but it is still there.
The two V8 chev 350 engines have the old style points and condenser ignition systems so there is some room for economizing with electronic ignition systems.
is very accurate and interesting and I will attempt to join the website that you mentioned. Thank you for the information and I hope you did buy a Coronet, they are truly magnificent boats and a credit to Bovet.
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