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  • SCYTHE - £55,000
    was altered from sloop to yawl rig racing under the number 804 although now for cruising comfort sailed as a sloop P V C Colebrook of St Margaret s Bay Dover acquired Scythe in the late 1960 s stationing her in Dover in the 1970 s and during the 1980 s in Lymington In the current ownership Scythe has been meticulously maintained with a chronological list of re fits available This includes new teak deck 2001 all deck fittings re chromed 2001 Re fastened below water line in 2000 Internal joinery refinished in 2006 Hood ends re fastened in 2006 Stern tube re engineered in 2006 Teak planked hull on oak frames Solid grown teak floors bronze fastened Swept teak laid deck bonded to a marine ply sub deck Cast iron ballast keel Solid teak cockpit and coachroof coamings Varnished teak hatches cockpit toe rails and hand rails Chrome portholes Traditional accommodation for five with teak and mahogany joinery Saloon with port and starboard settee berths with new upholstery in 2005 Port side quarter berth Centre line drop leaf cabin table Original panelled lockers chart table with chart drawers Galley with Plastimo Neptune two burner cooker with oven and grill Stainless steel sink unit having pressurised water system Pantry and crockery lockers Webasto Thermotop heater providing hot water and heating two radiators 75 hours use only Heads Compartment with Headmate WC shower and wash basin Fore Cabin with V double berth Chain locker Aft cockpit with wheel steering 35hp Yanmar 3HM35 Diesel Engine overhauled in 2010 New engine beds and mounting starter alternator fuel system and water pump New hoses and belts Fuel consumption 3 litres per hour 12 volt system with four batteries new 2010 New wiring and switch panel 2005 50 litre fuel tank plus flexible containers Two

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  • NUTCRACKER - £39,450
    Details HISTORY DESCRIPTION A stylish Dutch built and designed Classic Sloop offering good sailing performance with spacious well planned interior with accommodation for five Iroko strip planking on steel frames Epoxied under the supervision of a surveyor in 1996 using the SP Systems Resin Sheathed garboards and hull extensively re fastened also in 1996 Long iron ballast keel Teak laid deck 28hp Yanmar 3GM Diesel Engine three blade propeller 80 litres fuel capacity two new batteries Engine serviced 2014 Five berths in two cabins 6ft 2ins headroom Eberspacher heating in saloon and forecabin Teak cabin soles Wet locker chart table saloon table two hanging lockers Heads with marine wc and wash basin Galley with Plastimo twin burner gas hob with oven and grill Galley sink Crockery and pantry lockers 100 litres freshwater capacity in new 2014 Tek tank Sloop rig with aluminium mast and spars Stainless steel standing rigging Dyneema and Spectrum running rigging Penrose roller furling headsail Selden carbon spinnaker pole Penrose mainsail staysail roller genoa and asymmetric Crusader Magic Furl System New mainsail 2014 New lazyjacks 2014 Raymarine A50 Chartplotter Raymarine ST4000 Autohelm and Tiller Pilot and Monitor Wind Vane Log Speed Nasa AIS Handheld GPS VHF Radio

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  • New Listing - HEIDI 11
    crossings Within the U K the activities of this One Design class are organised by the Folkboat Association of Great Britain Established in April 1961 the Association was formed to foster a fellowship amongst all those who sail in Folkboats and over the past 50 years it has continued to promote both the racing and cruising aims of Folkboat owners The largest fleet in the UK is based at Lymington although the class has always had strong connections with the Isle of Wight The largest annual regatta Folkboat Week is held each August under the burgee of the Royal Solent Yacht Club and combines a good racing schedule with varied social programme An increasing number of Folkboats are now based in Yarmouth harbour and these extra boats have persuaded the Royal Solent to give the class their own start in the new sailing programme Heidi 11 was built to the standard Scandinavian Folkboat design by the well known and respected Hampshire boatbuilders J G Parnham Sons in 1960 She has been in the same ownership for over forty two years and is only now offer for sale due to the owner retiring from sailing Carvel mahogany hull on steam bent timbers copper fastened throughout Sheathed marine ply decks and mahogany and oak cabin and cockpit coamings Sloop rig with deck stepped 9 6m aluminium mast Set of six polyester Jeckell and Wilkinson sails Stainless steel standing rigging Slab reefing 258 sq ft plain sail 10hp Yanmar 1GM10 diesel engine last serviced November 2015 Three bladed propeller Four gallons fuel capacity 12 volt battery 2012 Traditional three plus one berth accommodation in varnished mahogany interior with teak cabin sole Saloon with settee berth to starboard two quarter berths and s olid fuel stove Galley to port with gimballed Primus stove pantry

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    built for Humphrey Barton in 1963 La Chica was first launched in 1963 and registered in Poole Carvel teak hull copper fastened to steam bent teak timbers and frames Teak laid decks and teak cabin coamings and cockpit Traditionally fitted interior with teak and oak joinery Fo c sle with single berths to port and starboard Saloon with three settee berths Galley with Plastimo Neptune 4500 cooker 12 volt fridge stainless steel sink unit pantry and crockery lockers Hot water via and immersion engine interchange 50 gallon freshwater supply in two separate tanks Heads compartment with marine pump out wc and wash basin Aft cockpit 33hp Lombardini four cylinder diesel engine fitted in 1997 About 200 hours recorded Three blade bronze propeller About 8 knots 16 gallon fuel capacity Three 12 volt batteries 240 volt shore power Bermudian masthead rig sets about 468 sq ft with 35ft deck stepped silver spruce mast 17ft boom Six terylene sails some by Payne sail makers Stainless steel standing rigging INVENTORY Navman VHF Mlor FX 312 GPS with repeater Dataline Stowe Compass Dataline Stowe Sounder Dataline Stowe Distance Speed Log Magnetic Compass Manual Windlass with 20 fathoms chain Two Plough Anchors Window covers cockpit

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    were built from 1960 to 1966 together with about seven 40ft models Lavrock was built for Rev The Hon Robin Buchanan Smith of Chaplain s House St Andrews Fife and stationed at Buckie during his ownership These sturdy purposeful motor sailers have a proven long distance cruising record with a good few based in the Med Dimensions LOA 35 ft 0 in Beam 11 ft 5 in LWL 32 ft 0 in Maximum Draft 5 ft 9 in Displacement 14000 kgs Headroom 6 ft 3 in Engines Engine Brand Gardner Year Built 1966 Engine Model 4LK Engine Type Inboard Engine Fuel Type Diesel Propeller 3 blade propeller Drive Type Shaft Drive Engine Power 48 HP Cruising Speed 6 knots Maximum Speed 8 knots Tanks Fresh Water Tanks 1 100 Fuel Tanks 2 50 Accommodation Number of single berths 1 Number of twin berths 2 Number of cabins 2 Number of heads 1 Seating Capacity 8 Electronics Depthsounder Nasa Echosounder Wind speed and direction Nasa Wind Speed Log speedometer Nasa Speed Log Radar VHF Compass Sestrel Moor Autopilot Raymarine 6000 Navigation center Standard Horizon GPS Garmin Sails Fully battened mainsail genoa jib Rigging Electric winch Steering wheel Equipment Heating Webasto Diesel

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  • KARENINA - £10,950
    the racing and cruising aims of Folkboat owners The largest fleet in the UK is based at Lymington although the class has always had strong connections with the Isle of Wight The largest annual regatta Folkboat Week is held each August under the burgee of the Royal Solent Yacht Club and combines a good racing schedule with varied social programme An increasing number of Folkboats are now based in Yarmouth harbour and these extra boats have persuaded the Royal Solent to give the class their own start in the new sailing programme Karenina Folkboat number Forty Five was built for Peter Westerberg of Little House Itchenor in 1960 by J G Parnham of Emsworth He kept her until December 1978 when she was sold to David Noyce of Fairmile Littlehampton In 1985 she changed hands again to Alan White of Seagulls Freshwater Lane St Mawes Peter Masters of Carfury Chapel Penzance bought Karenina in August 1995 followed by G Dover of Penryn in September 1999 In 2004 Paul Matthews of Daventry purchased the vessel followed by Peter Leah of Ford s Row Redruth in November 2006 Matt Pullen became the next owner before Karenina was purchased by the present owners in July 2013 Traditional construction having Honduras Mahogany carvel hull planking copper fastened to rock elm timbers Sheathed marine ply decks and varnished Honduras Mahogany coachrook coamings cockpit and rails BERMUDIAN SLOOP RIG sets 240 sq ft Deck stepped alloy 30ft mast alloy 11ft 6ins boom stainless steel standing rigging new in 2011 Four Terylene sails roller boom reefing 10hp YANMAR 1GM10 DIESEL ENGINE 2007 Last serviced February 2015 Four gallon fuel tank Two bladed propeller Two 12 volt batteries 2012 TRADITIONAL ACCOMMODATION Attractively finished in white enamel and varnish with mahogany joinery with oiled mahogany sole Saloon with port

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  • CALYPSO - £5,950
    on steamed bent oak timbers and grown oak frames Teak deck with marine ply sheathing and treadmaster finish Teak brightwork Deck stepped 28ft spruce mast 2002 10ft boom 4ft 8ins bowsprit Stainless steel standing rigging Quay terylene sails 2002 Slab reefing main Three quarter rig sets about 245 sq ft Large Cruising Shute Trisail Small Spinnaker Main Jib Staysail 12hp Dolphin two cylinder petrol engine 1998 about 500 hours since

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  • NEW GUIDE PRICE - Cape Corsair
    or mooring against sea currents The gearbox provides a 2 1 reduction from the engine and cruising range under power is 1200 nautical miles AUXILIARY GENERATOR Is an ONAN 6 KVA diesel generator providing A C Power of 220 Volts at 50Hz The unit is water cooled runs at 1500 rpm and is exceptionally quiet It was fully overhauled in 2008 ready for the 2009 season It also supplies all the 24v and 12volt system charging facilities Shore Power can be supplied in addition by means of a cross over switch whilst shore side BATTERIES AND CHARGING Three 24volt banks arranged by pairing 6 110 amp hour 12volt batteries are charged by a Waeco Mobitronic 25 amp hour fan cooled 240 volt charger as well as a Siemans 24 volt dynamo which is separately powered by the Caterpillar engine One 12 volt bank comprising four 110 amp hour 12volt batteries in series is charged by a 20 amp hour Cetrek charger and also a Bosch 12v alternator also powered separately by the Caterpillar engine WATER SUPPLIES ON BOARD A Cleghorn Waring pressurised hot and cold water system is installed feeding two shower rooms and toilets as well as galley and deck shower facilities The water is heated either by engine circulating water or by 500 watt 240 volt immersion heater This water is fed from two 250 gallon fresh water tanks via two independent pressure pumps Freshwater can be supplied to the tanks by a Marinco desalination plant which can make 90 litres of fresh water per hour using two 240volt sea water pumps through a system of filters NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT AND RADIOS Digital Radar 4KW by Raymarine GPS Chart Plotters Raymarine VHF DSC Radio by Icom AIS Integrated System Digital HF MF SSB Radio by Icom Weather fax by Furuno Loran C set by Furuno Navigation Computer Mast Head Equipment by Raymarine Navtex by Simrad Distress Beacon by Kannad Autopilot S3G by Raymarine NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT AND RADIOS Continued The core navigation and communication system was totally replaced in 2010 and instrumentation upgraded at both the helm and navigators position The Raymarine integrated system combines all navigational disciplines and with the addition of the AIS gives enhanced security and visibility to other shipping Laptop computers can be used in addition by the use of the fitted USB system links to download mapping or other information The VHF radio is fitted with an auxiliary helm hand set should the helmsman require to communicate directly STEERING AUTOPILOT AND OTHER RELATED EQUIPMENT The steering system is by Teleflex and is operated by hydraulic rams which are either powered by a helm position manual pump or a stepping hydraulic pump receiving movement instructions from a Raymarine S3G autopilot computer with internal gyroscope This unit was fitted in 2008 to upgrade the previous Cetrek system The Raymarine chart display system can control heading by direct communication with the autopilot system MAINTENANCE She has been constantly overhauled and maintained and improved over the last twenty five

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