Price substantially reduced February 2015
This 1962 A J Mylne classic 40' Twin Screw Diesel Motor Yacht was built by the Bute Slip Dock Company of Ardmaleish, Isle of Bute.
She is Carvel built, mahogany on oak frames and rib timbers, copper & silicon bronze fastened throughout.
Teak & Iroko planked and teak laid decks on marine ply, with varnished teak covering board and toe rail.
Oak keelson with six ton cast lead external keel, twin bilge keels.
Raised saloon, aft cabin, and wheelhouse, cascover sheathed roof to wheelhouse.
Powered by twin Parsons Pike 56 H.P. diesel engines with Parsons automatic reduction gear to give handed operation to Parsons Marinomatic hydraulic gearboxes with Morse single lever controls.
Two inward turning 24" dia X 22" pitch, three bladed bronze propellers on 1-1/8" dia stainless steel shafts. Cutlass bearings in bronze P.Brackets.
Both engines were installed in 1974 and the engines & gearboxes were overhauled 1999 with only 100 hours since.
Fuel Consumption is approximately 4 galls per hour with both engines running at 1800 rpm.
A total of ten berths can be provided, this consists of three single berths in the forward cabin where a traditional opening hatch in the deck head is provided.
A double berth with the saloon table lowered and one single berth in the main saloon, ventilating opening windows to both sides. Storage space in lockers
Further cupboards and lockers throughout the yacht under seating with additional storage under side floors.
Two double berths in the after cabin, storage in lockers under berths with a hanging wardrobe at after end between ventilating opening windows to both sides, and two escape window hatches to the after deck.
Dining accommodation is available for ten persons.
An oil fired Perkins stainless steel cooking range with oven and hob, with a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, cupboards over and under and refrigerator space.
The forward heads and shower are to the port side away from the galley, with a hand wash basin giving hot and cold pressurised water supply to basin and shower, with sea water flushing to heads with diverter valve for the holding tank, the decor is in an Italian style tiled easy clean finish with white paintwork, and traditional varnish work.
The after heads are installed as for the forward, with a basin giving hot and cold water (a pale blue suite is installed). The finish is with white paintwork, and traditional varnish work. with a ventilatin porthole.
A Single Cylinder Diesel 24 volt hand & electric start.
Full set standard engine instruments, Twin engine Throttle/Fwd/Rev Morse controls.
By wheel and wire to single rudder with spare emergency tiller can be fitted out of quarterdeck.
Internal & external refit started Autumn 2008 however not completed due to owners age and poor health. Cost to date Includes complete machinery overhaul at a total of £30,000.00. All refits planned and carried out to Surveyors recommendations.
This Live Aboard Motor yacht is seriously for sale. I would certainly assist any new owner with first hand knowledge that I have retained over the past twenty or so years that I have owned her.
The outstanding work is mainly cosmetic and the restoration is not so expensive as to be beyond the average working persons pocket and the work needed is ether to employ a first class shipwright who is experienced at working on wooden boats "Carvel Types" or an enthusiastic younger owner with time and skills to undertake this project, as several planks need replacing and the side decks and deck beams also need some work in places such as doubling up over joints after scarfing in new pieces .
This is most probably at a 10% repair in total of the whole vessel to bring her back into first class sailing/cruising order .
With the final choices of the internal decor, upholstery etc left to the new owner, other work required will be the completion of electrical fittings , Plumbing connections, for Hot, Cold, and waste water, and salt water flushing and deck wash systems.
The vessel will need an exterior repaint with the bootopping and antifouling being completed. (Shipwrights are available who know the boat if required to complete the outstanding works) All materials and equipment as per specification are included in the sale.
Surveyor’s valuation upon completion for this A J Mylne designed gentleman’s classic motor yacht: £128,000.
British registered for secure transfer of title.
Nicolle Associates offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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