Here we have the popular Memory 19. This is a two owner from new boat and she comes with a 2004 Mariner 6hp outboard. She was built in 2004 and exhibited at the Southampton Boat Show that same year!
This boat includes:
21 Litre External tank
Full service 2012
Sail area 273sq.ft
Displacement 1,100 kg
Lifting keel - hot dipped galvanised, with new stainless steel lifting wire & winch which was replaced in 2016
All spars and wood varnished regularily (Douglas Fir/Ash)
Leathered gaff and boom jaws
Wycombe Martin roller furling gear
2 berths in one cabin (6'6" with 3" deep cushions)
Small galley with Origo spirit burner
Unused porta loo
Gimballed oil lamp
Mast made by Collars - Gaff Rig
Storm Jib. All three sails listed are believed to be the same age as the boat but have been regularly inspected and cleaned professionally and are not left on the boat. The jib furler is also stored off the boat.
2 x Danforth anchors with warp & chain
This boat does not have a tabernacle but we have a local boat builder who is happy to make one for this boat in either oak, mahogany or teak.
Information from the manufacturer, Salterns Boatbuilders:
Ballast The Memory is ballasted with internal ballast, as were her wooden ancestors. As designed, this is lead ingots contained within compartments on either side of the centreplate case. This is of course removable, making the Memory very light for manoeuvring on shore and at about one ton fully ballasted, including trailer, means she can easily be towed behind a substantial car or 4X4.
Joinery This is carried out to a high standard using solid mahogany for the curved cockpit seats, coamings, rubbing bands and so on. The cockpit sole is of resinous, straight grained fir in keeping with yachts of this era.
Spars, Sails & Rigging The solid spars are made by 'Collars' in the traditional method using 'clear and best' spar grade quality Oregon Pine with Ash for the leathered gaff and boom jaws. The working sails are tan 6oz terylene, the mainsail has two rows of slab reefing points with Wycombe martin roller furling gear enabling the sails to be handled from the cockpit. The standard keel steeped mast is substantially stayed by four 6mm stainless steel shrouds and a forestay braced against the chain bobstay. Adjustment may be made by lanyard or, optionally, by bottle screws.
Exterior Fittings All of the metal fittings on the Memory are robustly made in steel for strength and are hot dipped galvanised for a lasting finish or alternatively in polished bronze for a more yachty appearance. The Memory is deliberately kept as sparse and simple as possible yet is extremely practical with a large aft locker and room for chain (etc.) stowage forward in the forepeak. Essentials such as the bilge pump are included as standard.
This boat is out of the water with her main cover on (mast down). She is in Northney Marina and our busy office is open 7 days a week. Please call or email us with any questions and to arrange your viewing.