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For SALE : New EOG Burgees
New burgees now available, see Burgee page for details.
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For Sale: 'Jorrocks II'
Jorrocks II is sadly for sale for family reasons. I have owned her for 20 years and during that time she has undergone an extensive refit, while retaining her original layout. She is one of only two yachts built to this atypical Maurice Griffiths design; the first one was his own (Wild Lone II, now Wild Goose, launched in 1935) who was so admired by a former High Sheriff of Essex that he bought a set of her plans and commissioned the Leslie Harris yard at Burnham to build him a similar yacht. That yacht was Jorrocks II; she was completed in 1936 and was the last to be built at the Harris yard. She is truly a classic.
Jorrocks’ overall length is 35’7", beam 9’3" and draft 4’7". She is a Bermudan cutter, her hull planked in pitch pine below the waterline and mainly mahogany above. The mast is spruce (stripped back, refinished and currently in storage, as she is laid up unrigged in a mud berth on Faversham Creek) and is keel stepped. Her boom is also spruce, the spinnaker pole is Douglas fir and the bowsprit is pine. Internally, she has teak joinery and oak beams. The tiller is of varnished teak as is the cockpit (stripped and re-varnished this summer). There are 2 anchors; a main 35lb CQR and a 15lb CQR. She comes with a wooden dinghy that stows on the coach roof between the doghouse and the mast.
The accommodation from aft consists of a lazarette accessed via a hatch in the deck which contains a fuel tank to starboard. The cockpit has seats port and starboard, with a hand bilge pump situated under the port seat. The companionway is amidships with the engine below it. There is a quarter berth to starboard and storage to port.
The saloon contains a settee berth each side with fresh water tanks below, and storage behind and forward. There is an enamelled Faversham solid fuel stove, a teak table, and the sole throughout is of polished teak planking. A door leads through to the central galley which has a sink and a gimballed paraffin Taylor stove with two burners, grill and oven to starboard. To port there’s a door into the heads with a large basin and loo (mostly Baby Blake, but with a modern Armitage Shanks pan because the original one cracked when a bowl full of crockery fell in it!) There are doors to the fo’c’sle which contains two more berths plus an infill so that a large double berth can be created. There is stowage below the berths, and forward of the berth there is storage and chain stowage.
Ten bronze ports are fitted in the teak coamings, and prismatic deck lights in the deck and cabin top. The deck itself is of thick tongue and groove pine, covered with marine plywood, sheathed with woven rovings and epoxy resin, and painted cream. The engine is a three cylinder Volvo Penta 28hp which has been maintained and regularly started and run.
Jorrocks has various sails of various ages, none very modern, including the mainsail, working and storm jibs, and staysail; she still has her original Egyptian cotton spinnaker which is very effective in light airs. As far as her sailing performance is concerned, she is very well balanced, not at all tender, and speaking as a small person of no great weight I can only say that I’ve never found helming her difficult in any weather. I have sailed her up the East Coast, down to Southampton and most frequently across the Channel to France, Belgium and Holland.
The close-up photographs of Jorrocks’ interior and of the cockpit etc are contemporary (mid-September 2014) and the rest were taken a few years ago (the black and white one was taken during the Swale Match). There are more photos that illustrate an article I wrote about her that was published in Classic Boat magazine, should anyone have access to the June 1997 edition.
I have all the invoices and records of the work carried out during my ownership.
Her asking price is£35,000. XXXX drop the price to £27,500 but would be happy to discuss price with anyone genuinely interested.
I can be contacted on07906 848479 (mobile), or 01795 531762 (landline) or email via mefojorrocks at sky.com (the mobile number is the only one that’s consistently reliable because I spend time in rural France where I have no internet access). Please feel free to get in touch if you would like to know more.
For Sale: GH 31 'Keppel'
After a 15 year happy association I’m thinking the unthinkable and floating Keppel on the market. She is believed to be the last built, but two. Home completed, the main core of the boat was constructed by Golden Hind Marine. She was the first of the last three to have the GRP aft section and cockpit as well as a GRP heads/shower and she was first to have the new balanced rudder. This makes her very manoeuvrable in close quarters.
Keppel has featured regularly in PBO and, to a lesser extent, Classic Boat.
Fitted out with an extensive inventory for liva-board cruising in hot climates particularly, she makes a cool; and comfortable home which she combines with good sea-keeping qualities. She has a sprightlier than normal performance courtesy of her larger than normal sail plan and aqua-dynamic foiled bilge plates. These plates have double the normal footprint width that, consequently, resist cheese-wiring into soft mud. Importantly, they are free of vibration at all speeds.
She is also fitted out for inland waterway cruising.
There is a very comprehensive spec’ which can be emailed on request. Included is a Nanni 29 engine (2000 but removed from boat and totally overhauled in 2013), a colorifier and shower, opening Vetus windows throughout. She has a 2-way opening forehatch, two bow anchor systems, independent of each of, for security and a kedge for Med mooring bows-to. She carries a large tan genoa headsail but a demountable inner fore-stay is available for the snug heavy weather rig. To keep her in ‘60’s genre she has gold anodised spars.
Recent major overhauls:
Electronic equipment ethic has been ‘simplicity’:
Her light and airy interior is fitted out using teak and iroko.
She is currently based in Woodbridge, Suffolk. A comprehensive press cutting book containing over 150 full length features may be included.
Price: reduced to £54,950
Contact: For a comprehensive inventory, or just a chat, please contact Richard Hare,
richard.hare at suffolkonline.net. Tel 01394 382270.
FOR SALE: 16ft GRP Sail cruiser 'Starship' class.
Yes, she is called 'Enterprise'!!!
This GRP boat is a 1970's designed twin keel, 2 berth mini sail cruiser. She has decent Ratsey and Lapthorn white terylene sails in store and red covered interior cushions and a small 2 burner gas cooker. Wide sliding hatch. Self draining cockpit. Opening fore hatch and cabin ventilator. Pair of emergency wooden paddles! Washboards renewed. Holt Allen rudder and tiller, Main marine mainsheet blocks. Deck scrubber, boat hook and deck mop! Mooring warps.
16ft long, 6ft beam and draft just over a foot! Designed as a small day boat trailer sailer, with the ability to overnight occasionally. Light enough to tow to the water behind a small car, so no mooring needed.
All wire rigging. Boom. Two part mast.
Needs an outboard, approx 4hp to power it.
Sat on a road trailer, ashore, unused for many, many years. The trailer is on decent, just fitted, mini tyres with new bearings. Set of mudguards (and trailer board) needed. Cut down washing up bowl would do for mudguards.. Suspension is by 'Indespension'. A very basic boat that will get you afloat with very little work.
Anchor and warp, switch panel and fuses. Comes with an assortment of Aqua signal navigation lights to fit.
Boat in store in owners garden in Southend area.
Asking £875 ovno.
or John on 01621 778859 or email@example.com
For SALE: Levanter 33 'Cailin'.
Cailín. General description
LOD 34'6" (10.5m)
Beam 10'2" (3.1m)
Draught 4'11" (1.5m)
MG Levanter, 33ft
There follows a huge list of gear and tools etc. so much that I thought it best to publish the lot to allow you to see what you are getting, apart from a very smart and unique boat.. John
Fitted out in selected hardwoods, main panelling in teak, mainly book matched.
Upholstery in figured Draylon. All cushion foam through out is HR40 fire retardant to BS 5852 part II 1988, except back cushions of saloon settee berths refoamed 2009 to equivalent standard and forecabin cushions refoamed in 2011 to equivalent standard.
Deck, coach roof and hull down to waterline insulated with 1” fire resistant polystyrene.
Twelve non-opening Makrolon port lights, all with lined curtains.
Entry through double doors.
Has main light plus a reading light over each side bunk.
Radio/CD speaker with off switch.
Fire extinguisher by doorway.
Overhead hatch with ventilator and curtain.
Four non-opening Makrolon portlights
Hanging wardrobes (half height) each side.
Full length book shelf each side with canvas clothes storage beneath.
Storage lockers beneath bunks.
Centre infill converts the bunks to a generous double, leaving storage space beneath.
Standing height between bunks: 6’ 2 ½” (189cm)
Doors forward give access to chain locker, to on/off switch to windlass power supply and overload cut out, and to additional stowage.
Hanging locker forward port side. Display cabinet forward starboard side.
Five closed storage lockers; nine drawers; open, fiddled, storage and book shelves.
Centre table with fiddled drop leaves port and starboard. Bottle cupboards beneath, fore and aft, the latter has a shelf. Drawers within both ends.
Two settee bunks either side with stowage behind and below. Each bunk has reading light at one end.
Standing height: 6’ 2 ½” (189cm)
Two central lights, one 240V; gimballed oil lamp forward on starboard side.
Two radio/CD speakers provide stereo sound output.
Taylors diesel heater at aft end of starboard bunk ie more or less amidships. Fed from tank on coach roof.
Overhead hatch with curtain.
Eight non-opening Makrolon port lights.
Galley, navigation table, heads
Navigation table with Pioneer DEH-22000UB radio/CD player, NASA Target communications radio receiver, Shipmate VHF radio and Raytheon radar display with controls.
Main electric switch panel
Chart stowage in table. Optional stowage under or space for sitting – there is a retractable seat.
Port side aft is toilet compartment.
Sea toilet (pump replaced 2009, and valve cover replaced 2011 with lockable type). Sink. Shelves and cupboards. There is a shower tray with drainage to the bilges. Compartment has overhead ventilator to exterior Dorade plus ventilator in port light which has extractor fan.
The galley. Standing height: 5’ 10 ¼” (179cm)
There are two circular sinks, one with a freshwater tap and one with a sea water tap. Each tap is supplied by a foot pump. The two freshwater tanks were last treated with a purifying procedure July 2016. The freshwater supply to the tap runs through a ceramic filter – last changed July 2016.
There is a two burner cooker with oven. There is a stout rail in front of the cooker to which a safety harness may be attached.
A work surface with a cool box and bottle storage outboard of it.
There is cupboard stowage beneath the work surface and sinks, and shelving above.
There is a fluorescent strip light above the cooker.
To starboard of companionway is a door to a hanging locker. It has two closable ventilators, the upper one having an extractor fan behind it.
Outboard, divided from it by a fire resistant curtain, are the battery banks with a fixed voltmeter (separate readings for each bank). Stowage for mains battery charger.
Inboard, divided from it by another fire resistant curtain, is access to the aft of the engine.
This includes the gearbox, the prop shaft seal, the raw water filter, the day/header fuel tank, fuel filters, and manual fuel pump from the main (keel) fuel tank.
The mains electricity control and trip switch box, and a mains plug socket.
Under a wooden sliding hatch and closed by three wooden washboards, the upper two having side slide bolts. The sliding hatch is lockable. There are two safety harness fixing points just outside and immediately adjacent to the washboards.
The engine box, which is dismantle able, gives three easy and wide steps down to cabin sole level. There are two hand holds immediately inside the washboards and an additional hand hold on the adjacent panel further down.
The sprayhood extends over the sliding hatch.
Stainless steel steering wheel 33”diameter on stainless steel pedestal which incorporates a magnetic compass with correction irons. Approximately 2 1/4 turns lock to lock. Pedestal has two fixing points near base for attachment of safety harness. Drive motor for Auto-helm fixed to pedestal. Steering lines from Monitor attach to wheel.
Mainsheet traveller on aft coaming.
After deck with Samson posts at each quarter and closed fairleads.
Three wooden lidded lockers, each fitted with two clasps one of which is padlock-able. Lazarette has well for two 3.9kg Propane gas bottles. Well has outboard drain with skin fitting via a seacock. All lockers have wooden partitions, with shelving in Lazarette and starboard lockers. The lids are at seat height.
Single lever engine control on starboard side.
Engine instrument panel in bridge deck. Navigation instruments in box over main hatch, under sprayhood, with separate Garmin 152H GPS (2011).
Auto-helm control box to port.
Scanmar Monitor self steering mounted on transom. Control and steering lines run forward on port side.
Self tailing sheet winch port and starboard on cockpit coamings.
Sheet winch port and starboard by main hatch. Furling lines for headsails. Topping lift and other lines. All to jam cleats under spray hood.
Canvas pockets for sheets etc on forward bulkhead. Sheets pockets on port and starboard spray dodgers.
Emergency boarding ladders to port and starboard.
MOB recovery system on starboard stern rail.
Stainless steel gantry over stern deck mounted with two solar panels, and with support on starboard side for Aerogen. This also can be used to attach a block and tackle for hoisting outboard engine aboard.
Fixing points on gantry for attaching boom restraints.
Stem head fitting of stainless steel with two rollers, closed fairleads and mainstay attachment.
Electric windlass on foredeck with deck control switches. Chain gypsy and rope drum.
Stainless steel Samson post on foredeck. Cleats with open fair leads to port and starboard.
Stainless steel inner forestay fitting.
Wooden handrails on steel bosses along each side of coach roof.
Sixteen strong points around deck for attaching safety harnesses or life raft or dinghy or blocks etc.
Seven stainless steel stanchions 2’ 9” high along each side, welded to deck brackets at toe rail, carrying stainless steel tubing hand rail 1 ¼ “ diameter linking pulpit to stern rail. Guard wire at half height. Rope gates amidships (by shrouds) and by cockpit.
Stainless steel chain plates, three amidships both sides (for shrouds and stays), and two at transom (for twin backstays).
Aluminium deck stepped mast on pad on coach roof. Attachments for blocks at base. Three winches near base for halyards and reefing lines. Jam cleats for halyards. Winch handle pocket below. Track for spinnaker pole fitting on forward side.
Dorade boxes for vents, one over galley and one over heads.
Foredeck, side decks, coachroof and cockpit sole all laid with Treadmaster. Significant gaps deck painted.
Navigation lights: Stern light on Monitor frame (binnacle compass light wired into this circuit also), tricolour at mast head, with all round white, bicolour at pulpit (incorporates socket for connection to search light), white steaming light on mast. Foredeck light on mast.
Radar transmitter/receiver aerial on mast. Radar reflector on mast.
Storm trysail (in a bag). Has never been used during our ownership.
Seago 270 inflatable dinghy with inflatable floor. Oars (2 pairs) .Wooden seat, fuel tank strap,
pump. Stowage bag (fits in bows). Carry bag.
Bilge pumps: Submersible electric centrifugal pump (Rule 1500 GPH. New 2014) empties main bilge well via skin fitting on starboard side. In strum box.
Electric diaphragm pump (Jabsco 37202-2024. New 2010) Empties forward bilge (under fore cabin) and aft bilge (under engine) into strum box in main bilge well via diverter valve.
Manual pump (Whale Gusher 15) empties main bilge well strum box via skin fitting on port side.
Other pumps: Fuel pump from main tank (keel) to header/day tank. Manual. Whale Gusher 10
Horn: Frog-horn with two pressurised canisters
Horn: Plastimo Trump mouth foghorn
Emergency aerial for VHF
Hand bearing compass Plastimo (with mounting bracket)
Spot light 12V; with cable for deck socket
(As new i.e. not refilled. All have pressure gauges which show them to be in the normal range)
4.5 kg ABC rating, multipurpose dry powder, pressurised. Cockpit locker.
1.0 kg ABC rating, dry powder, pressurised. One in fore cabin, other in galley.
Fire blankets, 2, in galley area.
Safety equipment (masks various, safety goggles, ear defenders etc). In bag
Taylor’s diesel heater: H cowl, cylindrical cowl, flue extension tubes. In bag
Water hose, 2x 15m. Connectors various, in bag.
Ladder (for boarding when aground or on shore)
Boat hook and spare pole.
Canvas work: Wheel cover
Sprayhood extension (zips on)
Rain guard (rigs under spray hood; enables hatch to be kept open)
Sheets various, most with grommets for securing (in a bag)
Forehatch tent (in bag with supports)
Mosquito nets for all hatches (in a bag)
Wind scoop. Rigs over either of hatches. (in a bag)
Large light weight plastic tarpaulin (in a bag)
Day marks: anchor ball; motor sailing triangle (in bag)
Throwing line; in in bag; with support bracket support
Anchor snubber with hook for 10mm chain; c. 2m long, octoplait. In bag.
Life jackets, adult, Crewsaver, foam type x3
Mast climbing apparatus, including seat, footrest, and two ascenders. In a bag
Mooring lines, various lengths and thicknesses
Cordage various, lengths and thicknesses
Mooring strops (for attachment to buoys); one of octoplait with anti-chafe parcelling; one heavy weight, multiplait with anti-chafe length of chain in middle.
Tools and spares, huge list available on request.
'Cailin'is in commission afloat in Milford Haven Marina, Pembrokeshire.
Recently replaced 3 x 105 Ah batteries, New Scanmar unit and all anodes replaced, re antifouled
Asking price further reduced to £27,500 August 18
Contact Ron and Paula
mobile number: 07982964324 (we don’t have a land line)
Email address: pimmrp at hotmail.co.uk
FOR SALE: Golden Hind 31 'Sea Fever'
Golden Hind 31, GH256 – Sea Fever
CE category A, Ocean.
A truly unique opportunity. Built by my Company, Golden Hind Marine, on the last Golden Hind hull, GH256, before the moulds finally disappeared. She was launched in July 2013 and has been rarely used since then. She has completed only a one week cruise in 2015 and a three week cruise in 2016, so everything is virtually as new and the Yanmar 3GM30F engine has done only 250 hours. Unfortunately, advancing years with its associated problems, lack of use and scarcity of crew have forced me to accept the inevitable and offer her for sale.
She is truly individual craft, built to an exceptionally high specification, for my retirement and has many unique features:
The specification includes:
Saloon with two full length settee berths (one over 7 ft.) and lockers and bookcases behind. Forecabin with two full length berths, convertible to a very large double with matching infill and cushions. Swinging chain pipe clears berths if required. Hull sides panelled with light American ash.
Nine Gebo category A aluminium framed windows, all opening and with optional mosquito screens. Gebo rectangular opening deck hatch above saloon table. Teak, double coaming traditional "Maurice Griffiths" hatch to forecabin with canvas cover. Bronze portlights to forecabin berths with vanity shelves. 3xCowl vents on teak dorade boxes, with interior stainless steel butterfly shut-off vents.
Galley with two burner stainless steel gas cooker with oven (unused) and separate grill, on gimbals with crash bar and galley strap, twin bowl stainless steel sink with pressurised H&C water, plus separate manual drinking-water tap with carbon filter. Large, high spec, very well insulated and economic Waeco Coolmatic ice box capable of freezing a 2 litre bottle of water!
Heads with stainless steel basin, H&C pressurised water, shower with auto pump-out and Lavac toilet (new 2016). Holding tank with manual switch-over valves and manual overboard or shore side pump out.
Forward facing ½ Admiralty chart table with navigators seat, electrical panel, Garmin GPS map 540, Nasa AIS/Depth/Log/SSB/VHF/Wind/Navtex. Raymarine Autohelm 2000 GT+. Lifejacket/harness locker behind seat. Separate wet locker to port on entry.
Yanmar 3GM30F diesel, (250 hours use) with pressurised H&C water. Aquadrive. Sterling Marine alternator booster. Two 65 ltr stainless steel fuel tanks.
High spec bespoke spars by Sailspar. Single line, in-boom reefing with all sail handling from the cockpit. Sailspar Genoa roller gear. Folding stainless steel mast steps. Echomax radar reflector.
Mainsail with Mainmate and lazy jacks, roller genoa and staysail, by Jeckells, all virtually as new. Staysail on self tacking boom and with sail cover (new 2016). Old, but unused storm trysail by Crusader sails. Sprayhood new 2015. Stainless steel and Iroko, wrap-around boom gallows, new 2016. Jackstays.
Enkes, stainless steel two-speed, self-tailing winches, 2x 22ASC genoa, 2x20ST on coachroof, either side of main hatch. One two-speed Enkes 18 on mast.
High spec electrical installation. 110/240v shore power with ZincSaver II galvanic isolator protection, providing internal 240 V mains sockets, immersion heater and battery charger. Bespoke electrical panel by Taplin International including RCD and system/polarity check features. 3x110 AH sealed marine batteries, one reserved for engine start with 2X domestic batteries switchable to engine in emergency. 40A, Sterling Marine Pro-Charge D, switch mode battery charger. Very low power LED bulbs to all domestic lighting. Rutland 913 wind generator.
35lb CQR anchor with 120m 5/16" chain and 25lb CQR type anchor with chain/rope rode, stowed on bowsprit to split chain locker below. Chain pawl and SL Anchorman chain winch for 35lb anchor. 10 kg Bruce kedge anchor. Grapnel dinghy anchor with rode.
Gas system designed, verified and tested by Abbas Gas, marine qualified engineer. Two bottle, butane gas locker in stern locker, accessible from deck and vented overboard. Bespoke locker installation by Gaslow Ltd., with independent bottle shut-off and switching, stainless steel marine regulator and Gaslow full-system leak detector. Twin sensor gas detector in galley area.
RFD SeasavaPlus R four man liferaft in canister on teak stern-deck rack. 2.30m inflatable floor dinghy, new 2016 (used twice). Removable stainless steel stern-deck davits. Tohatsu 3.5 outboard, virtually unused. Two manual bilge pumps plus one auto/electric.
Sold, ready to go, with ample warps, fenders, lifebuoys with lights, auto lifejackets, compasses, clocks, barometers, crockery & cutlery, fire and CO alarms, etc., etc.
I hope this gives a fair indication of the quality of the craft. If you are seriously interested, please contact me for further details at: markurry2003(at)yahoo.co.uk.
£69,500Lying Pontrieux, Brittany.
One year pontoon mooring in Pontrieux offered free to the purchaser, subject to an acceptable price being agreed.
FOR SALE: Tidewater derived design, 'Domingo'
'Domingo' was built by Seacraft in 1961 to a design closely derived from the Maurice Griffiths' Tidewater class. She is an auxiliary Bermudan cutter rigged sailing cruiser.
Length Overall: 30'8" excluding bowsprit.
Length at Waterline: 25'
Length on deck: 30'
Max Draft: 3'7"
Domingo is conventionally laid out with a spoon bow,
continuous sheer, non-immersed transom and round bilge hull with a long
externally ballasted keel. There are small timber bilge keels. The rudder is
transom and keel hung. Deck layout is also conventional with fore, side and aft
decks with accommodation forward beneath a stepped coach roof and with a
self-draining cockpit aft.
Planking is carvel in Afromosia - fastened with copper nails clenched of copper roves.
Timbers are in bent oak with sawn oak frames in place of every fifth timber in centre section.
Centreline structures are in oak with galvanised mild steel and yellow metal fastenings.
Ballast keel is in cast iron.
Decks are Afromosia on ply with black PRC paying to seams.
Deck beams are in oak.
Cabin trunk and cockpit coamings are in Mahogany.
Cabin top is in plywood and cascover sheathed.
Cockpit is Mahogany and Iroko with trunk in plywood.
Mast is pine in box section and varnished with twin spreaders. Tabernacle stepped
Original engine was replaced in 1983 with a BMC Commander
1.5L Diesel (40hp) with a PRM hydraulically operated gear box, with single lever
controls (new and 1980).
Engine is mounted on very flexible mounts and is connected to the shaft by an Aqua drive universal joint, with an independent thrust bearing installed in 1995.
Three bladed propeller.
Engine has been regularly serviced and the raw water pump was professionally rebuilt in 2014.
Fuel: 2 x 15 gallons (approx.) in stainless steel
Water: 2 x 10 gallons (approx.) in stainless steel
The fore cabin has conventional V berths with stowage forward and beneath.
Moving aft is a heads compartment to starboard with a Baby Blake marine toilet and sink. With hanging space to port.
The saloon has a U-shaped settee to port which converts to a double berth. There is a centreline table with hinged flaps. On the starboard side is a further settee which can be used as a single berth - thus giving five berths. There are plenty of stowage lockers.
The galley area is to port near the companionway - single sink with sea water and fresh water - which is pressurise by an electric pump (new in 2009). The cooker is a single burner Origo spirit stove.
The Bengco charcoal heater is not current installed because re-gloss work is in progress.
All berth cushions professionally replaced in 2009.
Inner and outer forestays, with twin backstays. Cap and intermediate shrouds
with fore and aft lower shrouds. Running backstays. It's all stainless steel and
includes chrome bronze rigging screws.
The fixed topmast forestay and aft lower shrouds were all new in 2003. Bowsprit shrouds were new in 1999. The portable top mast forestay and aft lower shrouds were new in 1996.
12v and 240 v ring main with modern circuit breaker.
New domestic and engine batteries in 2016.
Electric lighting was installed in 1999 - there are also three gimballed oil lamps.
Sterling battery charger
Main anchor - plough 25+ lbs.
Kedge - fishermans 25+ lbs.
Chain - approx. 100' of galvanised short link. Various warps and fenders.
ICOM VHF radio
Bidata log/echosounder - new 1999.
Bosun gimballed steering compass
240v shaving socket
Cockpit and forehatch covers
Boat hook and Ensign staff.
She is currently on local brokerage:- john at bjmarine.net in Northern Ireland.
contact:-John Harkness, telephone02891-271434.
FOR SALE: Eventide 26 'Goldcrest'. Sail No: 1439
'Goldcrest' as she was 8 years back
'Goldcrest' has been laid up ashore for 8 years.
Built by a semi-professional as a traditional easily manageable family cruising yacht from 1978 and launched 1982. Hull, deck and frames constructed from marine ply sourced from Robbins, fastened with Cascophen and stainless steel screws. A greenheart and cast lead keel with steel bilge keels for taking the ground.
She is the standard cutter rigged with a bow sprit, a vanished, laminated curved iroko stern, iroko cockpit and coach roof which is the extended version to improve her appearance and increase head room below. The rubbing strake is also iroko.
The stem is iroko laminated and varnished.
Decks are all finished in grey Tread Master.
Mast, boom and bow sprit are all solid varnished Douglas Fir.
She has cruised the East Coast of Ireland, West Coast of Scotland, Irish Sea and North Wales.
Due to illness, she has been laid ashore under tarpaulin protective covers for the last 8 years and regretfully now needs a new home to care for her and use her.
Jeckells in good condition, main with battens and slab reefing, No.1 jib and stay sail both on Wykeham Martin furling gear operated from the cockpit, No.2 jib (storm). All bagged.
Main all over sail cover
Jib and main sheets.
Petter Mini Twin ACW 2 WM 14 bhp. Diesel, water cooled, spare water pump, alternator currently removed for layup.
Replaced a Lister engine in cica. 1995.
Engine start and domestic batteries will require replacing.
CQR with 30 m anchor plait plus 10 m of chain.
Fisherman’s anchor, kedge.
Laminated tiller plus two spar
Blake and Sons 079K stainless steel paraffin cabin heater.
Blake and Sons two burner cooker and grill with pan
Sink and gusher galley foot pump
Auto-helm 1000 hardly used plus the power and fixing point in the cockpit.
2 No. solid life buoys.
All navigation lights.
Steering Compass cockpit mounted.
Full set of fitted bunk cushions finished in water proof vinyl.
Number of berths 4 two in the saloon and two forward.
4 deck winches and 2 winch handles.
All running rigging and galvanised standing rigging and bottle screws with require reeving and re applying to the mast they are currently stored undercover.
6 person RORC, Baufort Dolphin, valise, Life Raft, requires checking and servicing
Cabin 12 v lighting
Red cockpit night light.
The following are list for completeness and will require replacing.
Huson 60 VHF
Stowe trailing log
Seafarer echo sounder.
Rhyl Yacht Club, The Foryd, Rhyl, North Wales LL18 5AR
TRANSPORT and CRANAGE
We can arrange economical, negotiable transport rates within mainland UK, the cost of which plus all cranage to be paid by the purchaser.
£5,000 but would consider part exchange for a day sailing boat similar to a Drascombe Lugger/ Longboat, Caledonian Yawl etc.
Tom Edge Mobile 07831 805742.
E mail:- janandtomedge at gmail.com
For Sale: YM 26ft Eventide 'Morag Morgan'
It is with sadness that, I must part with 'Morag Morgan', a very pretty, well equipped boat. We have been together for 38 years and she has served me well in all weather conditions.
Professionally built in 1975, Certificate of British Registry 1976 No 366846. The hull being 12mm marine ply, glass cloth and epoxy sheathed (when built) to rubbing strake encapsulating long lead keel.
A well balanced sloop (no bowsprit necessary) built as cutter and can be easily converted back if required. New mainsail, sprayhood and boom cover in 2014.
Many Stainless Steel fittings including mast tabernacle, thro hull rudder, cleats, stem head fitting, samson post and window trims.
The engine is a Yanmar 2GM20 twin cylinder 16hp diesel fitted 1994 and regularly serviced (last serviced September 2017 and run about 3 hours since)
The hull paintwork was stripped back and recoated with epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat in 2010 and the interior was painted and re-varnished in 2013.
Bargain for a Quick Sale.£6,950 o.n.o
(Lying South coast)
A full specification, pictures and extensive inventory can be supplied on application.
Please contact Barry at: barryfordham at btinternet.com
or on 07918 647839
FOR SALE: Golden Hind 31 'Lotte'
We are selling our Golden Hind 31 'Lotte'. At the beginning of August we are return from our Atlantic Circuit and are searching for a new owner. For more information about our journey see:
Type: Golden Hind 31
Builder: Terry Erskine
Sail Number: 205
Hull Material: GRP
Engine: Mitsubishi Drinkwaard 2005, 24 kw
Sprayhood new 2017
Sailcover new 2018
Radio: Lowrance Link 8 with AIS Receiver
GPS Garmin XL 120
Echo: Seafarer 301
Tillerpilot: Autohelm 2000
Windstearing: Flettner System
Taylors Paraffin Cooker with Oven
Heating: Wallas Paraffin Heater
At the beginning of August, 2018 the boat will be in Holland. After two years at sea there are some things to do.
If you are interested contact us.
Price; 25000 Euro o.n.o.
Please contact us at:sarei2003 at gmx.de
whatsapp: +1 868 7508480
For Sale:. Warrior 40 Junk Rig 'Emma Fay'
'Emma-Fay' for sale
Junk Rigged TRIDENT WARRIOR 40' SCHOONER. 1996.
Aft cockpit. Sleeps five, (one in the saloon). Workshop in aft cabin and forward, a 'Den',
Used for an office and everything 'music'!
6' linear galley with 4 ringed gas cooker, grill and oven.
Fridge and double sink (hot and cold). 'Samphire' paraffin heater, 2 double berths.
Dedicated chart room, (rear cabin) two heads, one with shower.
Radio/cassette/c.d. changer. Television with inbuilt DVD.
Large saloon with 'U' shaped berth. Oak drop-leaf table, seats 6.
Batteries: 1 Starter, 1 Bow thruster and 3 House (Rolls).
Equipped with: Chart plotter, Integrated Navigation system, VHF radio, GPS,
Radar and Handheld radio. Compass, Depth sounder, fish-finder and more.
Sprayhood, overall cockpit cover, cockpit cushions and outside speakers. Cockpit table.
Two dinghies, one a sailing Walker Bay, one inflatable. 2 HP Suzuki outboard.
This yacht is set with the usual gear required for ocean cruising and comes with a lot of equipment
& many spares (far too much to list here)!
Full details can be seen on www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk. Asking price reduced to £49,000
Further information please either email (Roger or Kathy)
r_s_thomas at hotmail.com or phone 00 44 (0) 7718798290.
Happy to answer any questions.
FOR SALE : Golden Hind 31. 'Wine Knot'
WINE KNOT. 5 ton GH31 Sail No 21; LOA 31ft; Beam 9ft; draft 4ft.
Built by Hartwells of Plymouth 1966.
Slab reefing main. Roller reefing headsail. Cruising chute. Spare genoa.
10Hp SABB diesel engine.
4/5 berths. Nav lights. Cabin lights.
Two Furuno GPS. Furuno radar. Firdell radar reflector. NASA echosounder. Clipper wind system. Bulkhead compass.
Two anchors. Quicksilver 4-man inflatable dinghy. Sprayhood, cockpit cover.
Other inventory items available.
Contact Robin :-robinlewin at btinternet.com
Tele: 01202 890149
For Sale: Eventide 26 restoration project or parts?.
The boat would be restorable by a dedicated and talented person. However, in the real world people don't have the time to commit. So the only thing to do is to offer bits to current owners who might be interested in buying spares. The main parts could be interesting to current owners.
The mast and spars. (Mast and boom £ 300). Inc Standing rigging. (Stainless wires which hold the mast up).
Sails. £ 200
Pulpit and stern rail (The stainless steel structures at the bow and the stern). £ 150 each
Stanchions and guard wires £150. (The posts and wires which stop you falling off).
Propeller £ 50
Tiller (The lovely piece of wood with bracket which controls the steering £30
Various Tufnell fair leads (the screw on brackets which the various running lines run through) £30 the lot.
Handles, hooks and eyes locker catches etc. £40 the lot.
The whole boat inclusive £500 as is. ( negotiable)
Naturally your location makes it difficult, but a keen person would handle that. Tobermory, Scotland
If a buyer is interested he/she must understands that the liability to move it rests with them and not still with me. (Lucille)
If you have any questions regarding the above feel free to ask!
mail: lucille.bonne at gmail.com
Tele : 07563 522052
For Sale: 'SPOONDRIFT' , Golden Hind 31
Design: Maurice Griffiths.
Build in 1966, by Hartwell/Erskine shipyards in Plymouth. Plywood on hardwood frames.
Nylon sheathed from new. (cascover).
Bowsprit was added in 1982.
New rudder made in 2015.
Electric system renovated and renewed in 2005.
Standing rigging renewed in 2009.
Length overall 11.20 m (without bowsprit 9.70 m).
Beam 2.70 m; air draft 11.50 m; depth 1.07m.
Displacement: 4068 kg; ballast 1861 kg
Motor: Yanmar 3GM30, 27 HP (2005)
Jib, roller reefing (2007)
foresail (2005) en storm jib (1988)
main sail (2005)
drifter, reacher spinnaker (1988)
Lying in the Netherlands.
contact Wim e-mail:- fortuyn at xs4all.nl
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