This Motor Sailor is constructed of a White Painted Carved Iroko hull on Laminated Iroko Frames, Cascover Sheathed below the waterline. Solid Iroko Bowsprit, Length on deck 36'. Teak laid main deck, poop deck and coach roof. Cast Iron Long Keel plus pig iron internal ballast. Total Ballast 3 tons. Wheel Steering to keel hung rudder.
7 Berths in 3 Cabins. Ford 4D, 4 Cylinder 73hp Diesel Shaft Driven Engine (1983).
Designed by John Negus and built in Hullbridge, Hockley (River Crouch).
1983 Year Model.
LOA: 11.89 mtrs / 39'0"
LWL: 10.97 mtrs / 36'0"
BEAM: 3.81 mtrs / 12'6"
DRAFT: 1.6 mtrs / 5'6"
Cream painted carved Iroko Hull on laminated Iroko frames, Cascover sheathed below the water line. Solid Iroko Bowsprit. Teak laid main deck, poop deck and coachroof. Cast iron long keel plus pig iron internal ballast, total ballast 3 tons. Wheel steering to keel hung rudder. Self Draining Cockpit.
Steel Pushpit, Pulpit, and Stanchions.
Original 1983 Ford 4D 4 Cylinder, 73 hp Diesel Shaft Driven Engine via reduction gearbox to fixed propeller.
Morse Controls & Electric Start.
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Engine last serviced: 2017
Fuel Tank Capacity: 360 Ltrs / 80 Gallons.
7 Berths in 3 Cabins with Standing Headroom. 3 Single Berths Forward (2 convert to doubles if required) - 2 under and over on the Port Side with a separate berth on the Starboard Side.
Separate Heads on the Starboard Side equipped with an Jabsco Marine Toilet and Stainless Steel Wash Basin.
The Saloon has L-shaped seating on the Port Side which also makes a single berth. There is an additional berth to Starboard on a settee.
The galley is located on the port side and is equipped with a Flavel gas oven / grill with a 2 gas hob burner, sink and fridge under work surface..
The Aft Cabin is accessed via the cockpit and has a double berth, fixed seat and collapsible table.
Interior is finished in varnish and white paint.
2 Gas Heaters plus a CARABO solid fuel heater.
Hot & Cold Pressurised Water.
Hot Water Heated via Engine & Immersion Heater (Approximately 10 Gallons).
Water Tank capacity: 180 Ltrs / 40 Gallons x 2 (Total: 80 Gallons).
Rigging & Sails
Ketch Rig - Varnished Sitka Spruce Masts & Booms. Both masts stepped in galvanised steel tabernacles.
Galvanised Standing Rigging (Approximately 10 years old).
Terylene Running Rigging.
Main Sail Slab Reefing
Head Sail Furling System Plus Secondary Forestay.
6 x Barlow Sheet Winches.
2 x Barton Halyard Winches.
Main Sail - Jeckells - 1988 - 255 sq.ft.
Mizzen - Jeckells - 1988 - 90 sq.ft.
Genoa - Jeckells - 1992 - 290 sq.ft.
Staysail - Jeckells - 1988.
Storm Jib - Jeckells - 1989.
2 x Compasses.
Sealine II VHF Radio.
Clipper Instruments: - GPS, Compass, Wind, Battery Monitor & Duet.
Standard Horizon GPS GP500 Plotter.
Seafarer Echo Sounder.
Walker Wind / Speed & Direction Instruments.
Autohelm 3000 Autopilot.
Navstar 2000 Decca Navigator.
Solid Brass Clock & Barometer.
CQR Anchor & 30 mtrs of Chain.
SL Manual Anchor Windlass.
Blue Main Sail & Mizzen Covers.
Warps & Fenders.
Made to Measure Winter Cover.
2 x Life Buoys.
3x fire Extinguishers.
First Aid Kit.
Manual Bilge Pump.
Honwave 2.7 mtr Dinghy & Yamaha 2.4 Outboard.
2 x 12v Marine Wet Cell Batteries, charging via engine alternator.
Shore Power and Cable
Interior Brass Lighting Lamps.
13 amp Double Electrical Sockets.
This boat has been owned by the current owner for approximately 8 years.
The boat has recently been ashore for maintenance works having been re-launched at the end of May 2017.
This is without a doubt a classic wooden ketch that has been nurtured by the vendor during his ownership.
Unfortunately the photographs do not really do it justice and viewing is highly recommended.