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38ft. KIM HOLMAN designed BERMUDIAN SLOOP, built Lloyds 100A1 by Purbrook Rossiters


A 1963 BERMUDIAN SLOOP designed by Kim Holman and built by Purbrook Rossiter of Christchurch, Dorset to Lloyds 100A1 for Eric Curry of Poole


Boat Details

Overall Length: 37ft 9ins
Waterline: 26ft
Beam: 10ft 4ins
Draught: 5ft 3ins
Displacement: 8.72 Reg. Tons
Engine: 35hp Beta Diesel
Berths: 6
Sail: 700 sq ft Sloop Rig
Designer: Kim Holman
Builder: Purbrook / Rossiter
Year Built: 1963
Location: Cornwall


A top quality cruising yacht to Lloyds 100A1, designed and built for Eric Curry of Poole by Kim Holman & Purbrook & Rossiter of Christchurch in June 1963.

Owned by Eric Curry of Parkstone throughout the 1960’s and 70’s and thereafter in the 1980’s by Mr & Mrs Peter Wenham of Poole, where she was also stationed. During this time she was sailed around Britain as documented in the RCC Journals.Purchased by the present owner in 1983 when being surveyed for the continuance of Lloyds 100A1 class. She has been sailed over the past thirty years to Northern Europe, Atlantic Coats of Spain and Portugal, and through the Med and Aegean Seas.

Iroko planked topsides with pitch-pine strakes below the waterline which was cascover sheathed from new, all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers. Teak laid deck over marine-ply sub deck. Varnished teak cabin and cockpit coamings and teak brightwork.

Bermudian Sloop Rig:
Aluminium alloy 37ft 6ins, keel stepped mast and 16ft boom. 700 sq ft plain sail, Norths terylene sails about 2005, slab main reefing. Stainless steel standing rigging.

Beta 35hp four-cylinder diesel fitted new in 2010. 27-gallon fuel tank. Bronze three-bladed propeller with ss shaft. Average speed 6.5 knots. 130 engine hours from new. Two batteries (2015 & 2013) 12-volt electrics and 240-volt shore power.

Traditional well-planned accommodation with varnished teak joinery and white enamel finished woodwork. Teak and Holly cabin sole.
Berths for six in two cabins. Webasto heating (requires new fan)
Fore Cabin with two single berths to port and starboard. Chain locker and fore hatch. Heads compartment.
Saloon with four berths, two settee berths and quarter and roote berths. Centre table and chart table.
Galley with Plastimo two burner cooker with oven. Fridge, stainless steel sink, four pantry and crockery lockers. Three fire extinguishers, 35-gallon fresh water capacity in two tanks.


Navico VHF
Garmin GPS
Lowrance Chart Plotter
Koden Radar
Sestrel Moore Compass
CQR 45 Bower, CQR 35 Kedge and CQR 25 spare anchors, 30 metres chain
Bathing Ladder
Beaching Legs
Two Bilge Pumps
Fenders & Warps
Two Life Jackets
Life Raft
8ft Avon Dinghy


Classic Yacht Brokerage have known Wingletang 11 for over twenty-five years and she has always been presented in immaculate condition in her present long ownership.
Designed by one of Englands foremost naval architects and built to exacting standards by Charles Purbrook at their Christchurch yard. Good 2016 survey included keel bolts drawn with recent engine overhaul and deck re-fastened.
A no frills, top quality cruising yacht, sea kindly and easy to manage.
Inspection recommended and on the market for the first time since 1983.

GUIDE: £35,000
LYING: Cornwall
VIEWING: Through the agents: CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE – 01905-356482