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  • BUSH BABY - £11,500
    members in 1955 approached Charles Nicholson to design an inexpensive fast one design cruiser racer The first six boats built by Lallows of Cowes all competed in the 1956 Round the Island Race winning the first six places overall Burnes of Bosham received numerous orders to built SCODS as they became known and in total between 1956 to 1967 built sixty two boats In total around one hundred and six SCODS have been built the Burnes boats being the most sought after Bush Baby being one of them built in 1961 Built for R W Griffiths of Henfield Sussex and based in Chichester during his ownership through the 1960 s and 70 s Registered in Southampton Official Number 303332 Carvel built of mahogany copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers with mahogany back bone Traditional accommodation for four in two cabin layout with galley and heads compartment 12hp Dolphin Series 11 two stroke petrol engine Spring 2014 cosmetic overhaul and engine refurbish INVENTORY Plastimo Steering Compass Hand Bearing Compass Nasa Log Nasa Sounder Nasa AIS Receiver Garmin GPS VHF Radio Danbuoy Horseshoe Lifebuoy Navigation Lights Clock Barometer Inflatable Tender Beaching Legs Ensign Boat Hook Mooring Warps 20lb Plough Anchor Kedge

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  • INCA - £98,500
    alternator 2 x battery chargers Aquair wind water generator 65 watt Solar panel 2008 240 volt shore power Adverc Battery monitoring system Sterling 350 watt Invertor Spars rigging sails and other Douglas masts and spars Main 3 slab reefs Mizzen 1 reef Jib Staysail 1st used 2003 Mizzen staysail 2004 Storm staysail Stackaway lazyjacks for main mizzen Self furling jib staysail 5 sheet winches Main mizzen winches Low stretch Cruising Dyneema Main Halyard other Halyards are pre stretched Terylene Accommodation Seven Berths 6 5ft 2m headroom Interior is beautifully fitted out in Mahogany Hot Cold water systems feeding galley sink shower and wash basin Water Calorifier with electric immersion heater Webasto 3500 Diesel cabin heating with three outlets Heads with direct overboard discharge and holding tank on port side forward of the saloon with hanging locker opposite Smev Gas 4 ring hob with separate gas oven 2011 Frigomatic 12v Refrigerator 3 Dorade 4 other deck vents 12 x opening bronze windows with removable mosquito screens 7 berths with double in the forepeak 2 x singles in main saloon Double in guest cabin port side aft single in the starboard quarter berth All berths with lee cloths Inventory Raymarine C120 Radar chartplotter GPS 2008 charts for UK Furuno GPS repeater for either GPS Furuno Navtex Vetus Autopilot repeater Nasa AIS Radar 2006 Navico Depth speed Std Horizon VM 3500E DSC radio remote mike in cockpit 2006 Portable VHF Electronic Clock Thermometer Tacktick Wind Speed and Direction Indicator Tacktick wireless Interface and remote control CD radio with MP3 input Cockpit speaker for CD Radio or VHF Poseidon Compass 2 electric 1 manual bilge pump 6 man liferaft in cradle 406 Mhz EPIRB with GPS Lifebuoy with light Danbuoy Rescue sling Foghorn loud hailer Radar reflector Vetus Gas detector with auto shut off

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    In 1928 Colonel Gage sold Iseult to Major B C Windeler who sold her a year later to Sir John Holder Air Marshall W S G Mitchell became the next registered owner in 1938 Iseult probably spending the War on the Hamble at Moodys After the war she was sold to Kevin O Riordan before being sold again in the mid 1950 s and taken to the Hamble for a major re fit In 1960 Mr T Taylor acquired Iseult followed by Aubrey Pickwoad in 1962 he took her to Yarmouth Isle of Wight which became her home port for many years In 1964 Iseult changed hands again and soon featured in the film Danger Route and in 1975 took part in the 50th Fasnet Race Iseult remained in the same ownership for nearly fifty years before being passed on to a family member in 2013 During that time she played host to Sir Robin Knox Johnson Dame Ellen Macarthur Sir Edward Heath and Mr Alan Titchmarsh During the past eighteen months Iseult has been the subject of a refit in a specialist Poole Boat Yard work which included some re framing keel repairs and preparing the interior for future accommodation To date 76 000 has been spent on the hull bringing it up to a high standard indeed New suit of bespoke handmade sails by Sanders of Lymington made at a cost of 13 500 60hp four cylinder Yanmar diesel engine installed new in 1994 and recently refurbished Wheel steering with Vetus hydraulic ram drive to original bronze Reed steering mechanism Teak cockpit coamings teak deck house and cockpit 1 5 inch pitch pine carvel planking bronze nail fastened to replaced large oak frames Oak keel stem and stern post Lead ballast keel with bronze bolts Two tons internal

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