Noneta is an excellent gentleman’s motor yacht. Fully equipped and refitted in 2002 and 2019 she is ready to go and she will carry her owner and his guests in style and comfort. She is VAT paid, Spanish immatriculation tax paid and MCAcompliant.
BUILDER : S White & Company LOA 19m20
YEAR : 1935 / refited 2002 BEAM : 4m45
FLAG : Malta VAT Paid DRAFT : 1m85
DISPLACEMENT : 58 Tonnes HULL : Steel
LYING : La Corogna, Spain ENGINES : 2x 127hp Gardner
She accommodates 6 guests in 3 cabins. 2 bathrooms en suite. Mahogany varnished panelling. Separate dining room. A large saloon with study corner.
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
New electronics including GPS, Chart plotter, Autopilot, Radar, Mini M fax & data, VHF gmdss, Weather fax, navtex, Telephone & intercom system throughout with GSM interface...
Sauter oven, De Dietrich Vitroceramic, Lieber fridge, Bosch dish-washer, Brandt Ice-maker.
Engine /Mechanical Equipment
New engine room rebuit in 2002/2019. The old engine room has been stripped out completely, in order re install all the systems. Including 2 new generators Kohler 20kW. Watermaker, Air conditioning system throughout. Vosper stabiliser. Batteries, Pumps & piping. CO2 extinguishing system. New shafts and bearings... Engines rebuilt in 2004 & 2019
The hull has been completely rebuilt in 2002 under MCA requirements, including new frames and plating... Sandblasted and repainted. New plumbing system according to US regulations. Complete new electrical system has been installed....
Noneta is an excellent gentleman’s motor yacht. Fully equipped and refitted in 2002 she is ready to go and she will carry her owner and his guests in style and comfort. She is MCA compliant.
Noneta was built for Mr. Eustace Atkins by J Samuel White & Co under the supervision of Messrs Wm. McC. Meek & Co in 1935. Construction was complete in four months from the date of signing the contract. She was, moreover, built to Lloyds rules and under their supervision.
Her design was considered to be very modern with the then fashionable Bremen bow, construction was in steel and she was fitted with 3 Beclawat windows each side of the saloon. She also had full quarters which allowed for a double state-room aft as well as an aft peak that houses the steering gear. Noneta was featured in 'Yachting World' in the '30s and photographed by Beken of Cowes.
At the outbreak of war she was owned by Brigadier Sir F.W.C. Featherstone- Godley, at that time Chairman of The British Legion and a keen yachtsman.
Noneta was requisitioned by H.M.Government for the duration of world war II and served as HMS N33 in the Victory Squadron at Portsmouth and formed part of the coastal defence force on the South coast, commanded by Sub. Lieut. A.J. Potter-Irwin. Her main duty was to patrol and spot mines, enemy shipping and aircraft. This information was to be passed back to operation centre onshore for further action.
If required, she was to engage enemy on defensive action. Also fully documented is the roll she played in the evacuation of the troops from the beaches of Dunkirk. As a matter of fact, whilst under Sub. Lieut. A.J. Potter- Irwin command, Noneta was dispatched to Dunkirk, arriving on the first day of the evacuation.
fter the war, Noneta was decommissioned and returned to Brigadier Sir F.W.C. Featherstone-Godley, and was bought by the late Mr. Joseph Cassar in 1956. That year she sailed South through the French canals and across the Mediterranean to Malta, from where she has cruised extensively throughout the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas.
Novamarine 4,20 with 40 hp 4 stroke Yamaha outboard. Electric crane.
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