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  • Trawler Yacht for sale
    2 nd Jabsco 1 ½ bronze sea water impellor pump powered by main engine 24v clutched and connected to strum box with separate valves to each watertight compartment for emergency bilge pumping and also connected to deck wash outlet Can be easily connected as backup sea water cooling pump if so required Main Engine Driven 100A slow speed alternator by Leece Neville Electrical 24v DC with 8 265 Ah 6v deep cycle tubular batteries 4 x Domestic and 4 x Engine starting batteries new in 2012 24 v distribution box in wheelhouse All equipment separately isolated with Hagar MCBs 240v AC and 415v AC 3 phase distribution box in wheelhouse All equipment separately isolated with Hagar MCBs All cabling in commercial grade fully tinned ships wiring cable oil and fire resistant Heavy duty DC commercial battery isolation switches with parallel switch Custom built ship to shore isolator in wheelhouse with Amp Frequency and Volt meters Mastervolt 50A 3 step 24v battery charger and 2 5kw Sine Wave Inverter combo controlled digitally from wheelhouse Fuel 600 gallons 3000 litres in 6mm steel tanks in engine room 35 gallon day tank supplied electrically via 24v diesel transfer pump Water 1000 litres in heavy duty high strength advanced polyethylene by Tek Tanks 50L Black Water tank with heavy duty macerator never used Ground Tackle and Winches Muir VRC 4000 2 ton vertical 3 phase Anchor Winch and capstan with 24v control power lead to foredeck Foot switches not used 80m ½ chain 105kg CQR 70kg CQR backup kedge Manual davit for general lifting Navigation Large Admiralty compass in binnacle interfaced to auto pilot Simrad C5140 C MAP 15 Colour Chart Plotter 48 mile Radar Dual frequency Fish Finder interfaced to auto pilot Furuno 12 mile CRT Radar Raytheon Colour Fish Finder Navitron NT9200 commercial grade auto pilot interfaced to compass and GPS chart plotter Wills Ridley 24v Electro Hydraulic Auto Pilot steering helm pump Steering Gear Wills Ridley S5 Heavy Duty Commercial hydraulic helm pump connected to original wooden ships wheel Wills Ridley Hydraulic Rudder actuator Wills Ridley Auto Pilot helm pump See Navigation Domestic Equipment Kabola 19btu 24v diesel boiler provides all domestic hot water and central heating via radiators and matrix heaters throughout Commercial grade 24v 13gpm high pressure domestic water pump High Quality Electric Hob Large Neff Convection Microwave combination oven Bosh Fridge in galley and Liebherr fridge freezer in saloon Washing machine and space for tumble dryer if needed Accommodation Owner s aft cabin 2 double and 1 single forward Office and studio could be converted back to double cabins From aft En suite aft cabin Galley and dinette area 2 double cabins 1 single forward 2 heads showers Office and studio Deck saloon History see also NHRC information 1938 1960 Blue Linnet formerly Linnet BF464 was built in 1938 as a North Sea Herring Drifter Soon after she was built she was requisitioned by the government to perform duties during the Second World War after which she continued

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/trawler-yacht/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Fleur de Lys TSMY for sale
    her original build photos and paperwork are available Construction Hull Carvel iroko planking on oak frames copper fastened Long timber keel and bilge keels Iron internal ballast Hull antifouled and painted 2013 and some soft wood replaced with new iroko planking Decks Laid iroko deck coelan coated Mahogany bulwarks Wheel steering in wheelhouse Hand rails re varnished 2014 Superstructure Varnished iroko Machinery Engines Twin Lister TS3 diesels 100hp each 1961 Capital ZMF10200 gearboxes 3 bladed propellers Cruising speed 8 kts max 12 kts Batteries 6 batteries in the engine room 24v electrics Shore power Stuart Turner petrol generator in the workshop Engines serviced 2014 total hours 2300 Tanks Fuel 2 x 230 gals galvanised steel located in engine room Water 430 gals in galvanised steel tank in engine room Accommodation All original fitted furniture throughout Ample headroom Teak interior Berths 6 From forward Cabin with twin V berths Galley with Neff 4 ring gas hob Panasonic MicroCombi Stainless steel sink drains overboard Fridge Dining Saloon with u shaped seating and table to port Settee stbd Steps up to Saloon U shaped seating and table to port Settee stbd Steps up to wheelhouse and down to aft accommodation Cabin with bunk

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/fleur-de-lys-tsmy/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Fleur de Lys 58 for sale
    deck structure was new along with any deck beams that needed replacing at the time All scrubbed teak margin boards and cover boards Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires with a varnished teak capping rail all round The aft deck is covered by a sheathed plywood canopy with canvas side curtains that can be erected in wet weather This gives a totally enclosed and sheltered aft deck which vastly increases the useable area on the yacht Varnished teak centreline skylights on the foredeck over the lower saloon and galley and a forehatch over the forward cabin Heavy ships style mooring cleats and fairleads all finished in gloss white Anchor windlass mounted on the centreline with hawse pipes through the deck for the chain Superstructure Superstructure has been replaced entirely The lower section is sheathed marine plywood finished in gloss white two pack paint Aluminium framed windows all round with an all over cover for protection The wheelhouse is of solid varnished mahogany Both wheelhouse roof and coachroof are sheathed marine plywood finished with deck paint The original open backed wheelhouse has been replaced with a very comfortable design which has an overhanging roof at the aft end and seating Machinery Engines Pair of Rootes Lister TS3 MG R 3cyl diesels developing 100hp Fitted from new but thoroughly overhauled in present ownership Hydraulic gearboxes with stainless shafts to 3 blade bronze propellers A brand new set of props are aboard ready to be fitted The exhaust system was upgraded during the refit and is now a stainless steel type designed to reduce the external noise of the engines which are often thought of as quite loud This new exhaust system has eliminated the problem entirely Stern tubes stern glands and shafts all replaced new in present ownership 7 5 knots cruising speed 10 knots max All new gauges with audible alarms to be fitted Generators 2 x 12Kva generators One Mitsubishi which has been rebuilt and one Lombardini unit which was installed new in 2003 but with only 30hrs on the clock Tanks Fuel 2 x 450 gallon mild steel tanks one each side on the engine room Water 2 x 360 gallon mild steel tanks 1 stainless steel waste tank under the galley sole Unused but in full working order During the refit when the deck was removed and access to the tanks very easy any tank tops showing signs of corrosion were cut out and replaced then all tanks painted thoroughly with anti corrosion paint Batteries 6 x 12 volt batteries located in the engine room Whole yacht works on 24 volt systems Charging from new upgraded engine alternators or from the Victron battery charger when connected to shore power or the generator All wiring and electrical systems new in present ownership Accommodation Berths 6 berths in three separate sleeping cabins including a large double owners state cabin aft Saloon Steps down from the wheelhouse into the deck saloon with a large L shaped settee on the port side

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/fleur-de-lys-58/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Watson Class RNLI Lifeboat For Sale
    eventually ending up in the north east She is now in a slightly neglected state but has good running engines and a nice interior so with some hard work she would make a superb safe and comfortable private yacht once again Construction Hull Constructed in usual way with double diagonal mahogany planking with a total thickness of 1 There is a layer calico between the mahogany planking and the whole structure is fastened through with a vast number of copper rivets through the planking and through the steamed oak timbers stern post hung rudder with the propellors set in tunnels to protect them Heavy rubbing strake around the deck edge with a low toe rail through the midships sections and higher bulwarks on galvanised knees around the aft deck and fore deck Decks Deck is constructed in the same fashion as the hull with double diagonal mahogany all copper riveted though and sheathed over the top Finished in grey non slip deck paint Superstructure Wheelhouse and coachroof are all made of aluminium with reinforced glass windows Machinery Engines Twin Gardner 5LW 78hp diesel engines installed new in 1961 Gardner 2UC 2 1 gearboxes with stainless steel shafts to 3 blade bronze propellors 8 5 knots cruising speed at 2 5 gallons hour total 9 knots max speed at 5 gallons hour total Tank 2 x stainless steel fuel tanks one each side in the engine room 96 gallons each 200 gallon stainless steel water tank under the aft cabin Batteries 4 x 12 volt batteries located under the wheelhouse floor with charging from the engines or from shore power Engines and original electronics work on 24 volts new domestic system is 12 volts Separate battery forward for the bow thruster Accommodation Berths 6 berths with a double in the aft

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/watson-class-rnli-lifeboat/ (2016-04-26)
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  • 43' Fred Parker twin screw motor yacht For Sale
    1800rpm and easily handled 2 x Cummins 4b 72hp 4 cyl diesels with Twin Disc hydraulic boxes Kobelt single lever controls New heavy stainless steel shafts stern tubes on bronze A brackets New 3 blade bronze props fitted at the same time as the new engines Amazingly the engine beds appear to extend more than 5 meters inside below the sole boards effectively spreading the loads and adding strength to the hull the engines rubber mounted with flexible couplings Drip trays fitted under the engines Auto engine room fire extinguishers Both engines fitted with new Separ Duplex fuel filters in pairs with quick swop valve and glass bowls All new fuel lines Engine alternators rebuilt 2014 The engines are painted white in an immaculate white clean engine room effectively sound proofed 120 gall steel fuel tanks fitted each side of the engine room 4 x 12v batteries in two banks in a beautifully made wooden box with stainless steel clips and hinges at the aft end of the engine room 2 x 12v batteries forward for the QL 12v bow thruster under the fore cabin sole Alternators on each engine through Mastervolt charger and shore power connection The port engine also charges the bow thrusters batteries Accommodation 5 berths in 3 cabins V berths in fore cabin drawers under and small drawer unit between Chains through a galvanised hawse pipe to stowage under forward Centre passageway heads compartment to port with Blake sea toilet and hand basin all fitted out in white formica with mahogany trim Both sea toilets have been rebuilt and rechromed 2008 Galley opposite to stbd with single rectangular s s sink drains over board pressurised water Fridge under wide work surface 2 burner gas cooker oven New Microwave oven recessed into bulkhead above work surface All fitted out in original speckled formica and immaculately clean and crisp Centre line steps up to the deck saloon wheel house Seating in the after corners each side of the aft cabin entrance upholstered in blue vinyl Varnished teak drop leaf table with fiddles off set to stbd Roof section opens as a sun roof wonderful in warm weather Also allows removal of engines Helm position to port with traditional wheel fitted with chromed rim on Mathway rod and link steering with helm indicator instrument console in front comfortable padded helmsman s chair Drawers and cupboards with drinks cabinet to stbd All varnished teak interior varnished spruce deck beams overhead chart stowage between the beams and search light control handle Centre line steps down aft to passageway through to the aft cabin Single berth cabin to stbd with sliding door Heads compartment to port with Blake sea toilet and basin in a unit drains overboard Shower in a separate compartment alongside The heads and shower compartments are fitted out in the original floral formica a nice period touch no doubt the choice of the original owner s wife All shower plumbing replaced 2014 Aft cabin with generous stbd double berth

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/43-fred-parker-twin-screw-motor-yacht/ (2016-04-26)
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  • RNLI sailing life boat For Sale
    the buoyancy required for an unsinkable life boat a cuddy is built at either end of the same construction as the hull but lighter and completely sealed and water tight Being quite high it also has the effect of making the craft self righting The Henry Finlay has a Harbour Master s Licence to operate as a passenger carrying vessel including hours of darkness March 2012 survey report Construction Typical of all life boats from the turn of the century to the last wooden boats of the 1960 s she is built of double diagonal mahogany This involves laying boards of mahogany approx 6 x ¼ thick diagonally to the waterline the outer skin diagonally over lapping the inner skin and all through fastened with hundreds of copper nails and roves Calico set in white lead was usually laid between the layers Many such hulls had 3 or even 4 layers resulting in a very strong slightly flexible and totally water tight hull yet surprisingly light due to the absence of the usual heavy oak frames The hull is built effectively as 2 separate sides and fastened to the long oak back bone with oak floors structural cross members across the centre line Gusset type frames are fitted every 3 approx with twin stringers each side The varnished mahogany coaming on the inner face of the stout gunnel creates a girder effect giving the whole gunnel the strength required to resist side impact if coming hard alongside Massive oak Sampson posts are fitted in each corner against the bulkheads The forward cuddy contains a Portaloo chemical toile warps and fender stowage and can be used as a shelter in bad weather for perhaps 2 or 3 people A door in the bulkhead makes the space reasonably easily accessible The after

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/rnli-sailing-life-boat/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Morgan Giles Teak Launch for sale
    designed teak launch was probably originally built as a gentleman s launch and she has an interesting history She is reputed to have been used as a port supply vessel in Falmouth during World War 2 and was then bought by the Thompson family in the Scilly Isles and used as an inter island passenger ferry for 50 odd years until 2005 Construction Hull Carvel full length teak planking on

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/morgan-giles-teak-launch/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Twin engine motor launch for sale
    large flare to throw the waves away Decks and cockpit The hull is split roughly 50 50 between open cockpit and covered area The deck is straight laid T G pine sheathed with epoxy cloth and finished with cream deck paint Small side decks and an aft deck in laid teak The cockpit is deep and safe and although not self draining it has a cover to keep the rain out The engines are in separate engine boxes in the cockpit made of sheathed plywood with scrubbed teak lids There is comfortable seating around the aft end of the cockpit with cushions and a varnished teak cockpit table All joinery around the seating areas is in varnished teak Wheel steering on manual hydraulics to bronze spade rudders with a newly constructed helm position at the forward end of the cockpit A varnished teak console takes the helm Morse levers engine instruments and navigation gear Superstructure The small coachroof helps to increase headroom below without encroaching on the aesthetics of the hull Varnished teak coamings with 3 chromed bronze portholes per side and a sheathed T G pine coachroof deck Sliding varnished teak entrance hatch offset to starboard with a centreline teak fore hatch Machinery Engines Pair of Nanni 5 280HE 5cyl 64hp naturally aspirated diesels installed new in 2006 Currently approximately 250 hours each TechnoDrive TM345A 2 1 hydraulic gearboxes with a pair of single lever Morse controls Stainless shafts to 4 blade 19 x20 bronze propellers supported with bronze P brackets Cruising speed of 10 knots with 14 knots max speed The complete engine installation was all new in 2006 including engines shafts stern tubes and props Tanks 2 x 220l plastic Vetus fuel tanks one each side in the aft cockpit lockers 1 x 100l plastic water tank

    Original URL path: http://www.woodenships.co.uk/motor-yachts/twin-engine-motor-launch/ (2016-04-26)
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