HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
A 1957 Brownsea Island Class Five Ton Bermudian Sloop designed by the highly respected naval architect Fred. Parker and built by R A Newman Ltd. of Poole to Lloyds 100A1 specification and completed in September 1957. Built for a Mr A R Marsh of Stourbridge, Worcestershire, Angie was kept on a mooring at Bangor and remained in the original ownership until the mid 1970’s. She continued in class for ten years until November 1967.
Carvel teak planked hull, mahogany topsides all copper fastened to oak timbers. Long ballast keel, spoon bow and raked transom stern. Sheathed painted decks, mahogany and teak brightwork.
Deck stepped timber mast with Sailspar furling genoa. Spray Hood.
30hp Yanmar 3GM diesel engine fitted new in 2005. 12 volt electrics, complete re-wiring.
Traditional accommodation with forward twin berth cabin, main saloon with full standing headroom having settee berths to port and starboard. Heads compartment with marine wc and wash basin, wet locker. Galley to starboard.
Navigation Station with Nasa Clipper Log, Simrad RD68 Radio, VHF, Raymarine Auto-pilot (2004), Garmin Plotter, Garmin GPS, Clock and Barometer.
The Brownsea Island O D Class are capable, weatherly cruising yachts. This example, built to Lloyds 100A1 specification is particularly well built and benefits from a recent new engine and good navigation inventory. Seriously for sale with offers considered to taking in to account some re-varnishing and painting for this season.
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