Designed by Norman Dalimore and built by Kings of Burnham in 1936. Pitch Pine planking on oak timbers. Grown oak floors, lead keel and bronze keel bolts. Major work in last 2 ownership's which has involved keel bolts, hood ends, new engine rigging and sails, all systems and major cosmetic work. This beautiful yacht is a first class example of how a classic yacht should be and has been refitted from stem to stern. 4 berths in a comfortable and warm interior. Bukh 24hp diesel, new sails and recent rigging. A very easy boat to sail, she is very well equipped and no doubt one of the best classic yachts afloat. NEW VIDEO
Contact: Richard Gregson on 01803 833899/ 07886081657
Wooden Ships Comments
Built in 1936 by W.M. King and Sons of Burnham on Crouch to a Norman Dallimore design, No. 198.
One of the prettiest and most exquisite yachts afloat in UK waters.
Due to having some very experienced and capable owners she has undergone some extensive refit work in recent years so that she is now in top class condition. In the previous ownership a lot of structural work was carried out including all new keel bolts, replacement of the garboard planks and all hood end fastenings, repairs to some cracked frames, all new rigging and chain plates and a new engine.
In the present very experienced ownership her rig has been altered and put back to near original with all new sails making her very well balanced and incredibly easy to handle. The interior has had a major refit including a new galley and chart desk, largely re-painted and a reconfiguration of the forepeak to give more useable space. Most systems and electrics have all been upgraded and replaced in recent years. The deck has also been re-payed and re-fastened with larger bronze screws.
In recent years every inch of the boat has been looked at and repaired or replaced if necessary so she is now a first class example of how a classic yacht should be.
Length on Deck 33’6″
Length Overall 38’6″
Length WL 25′
Displacement 7.12 tons
Thames Tonnage 9TM
Most of the planking is in full length Pitch Pine, copper fastened to CRE timbers. Hood end screws right through and the garboards all replaced in previous ownership.
Massive grown oak floors with heavy beamshelf and stringers.
External lead ballast keel with bronze keel bolts. All bolts replaced between 2005-2009.
Solid yacht laid teak deck. New Sikaflex paying and new bronze screw fasteners
Varnished teak coamings with bronze portholes.
Comfortable and safe cockpit, all varnished teak.
Fractional 3/4 bermudan cutter rig put back to original sail plan in present ownership.
Keel stepped hollow spruce mast by Noble Spars. New varnish and wiring in 2016.
Stainless standing rigging to bronze chain plates, all new in 2005.
Furlex roller furling on the jib. Boomed staysail.
Sails all new by Sanders Sails in 2013/2014.
‘Stackpack’ on the mainsail (2016)
Bukh DV 24ME 24hp twin cylinder diesel installed new in 2009.
Centreline installation with 3 blade bronze propeller. Shaft and stern gland new in 2013.
Adverc battery management system. Shore power installation with Victron charger.
Stainless fuel tank new in 2016. Plastic Tektank water tanks new 2011.
4 berths including 2 saloon settee berths and twin berths in the forepeak.
Warm interior with much original joinery and some very smart new work including a new galley and chart desk.
Galley with a Plastimo Neptune 200 2 burner gas stove with oven and grill. Single stainless sink with pressurised water.
Chart desk in aft starboard corner, rebuilt 2012/13. Ample stowage and space for a half chart.
Centreline dropleaf table with comfortable settee berths either side.
Bengco charcoal stove on the forward bulkhead
Starboard offset doorway into the forepeak.
Hanging locker to starboard and heads to port with a Blakes Lavac sea toilet new in 2011.
Twin berths forward in a totally rebuilt forepeak.
Full specification and details available upon request
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