HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
A circa 1930 Bermudian Cutter designed by Warrington-Smythe and built by Ponshardon Shipyard, Falmouth, Cornwall.
Carvel pitch-pine on steamed bent oak timbers and grown oak frames. Teak deck with marine-ply sheathing and treadmaster finish. Teak brightwork.
Deck stepped 28ft spruce mast (2002) 10ft boom, 4ft 8ins bowsprit. Stainless steel standing rigging. Quay terylene sails (2002) Slab reefing main. Three-quarter rig sets about 245 sq. ft.
Large Cruising Shute, Trysail, Small Spinnaker, Main, Jib, Staysail.
12hp Dolphin two-cylinder petrol engine, 1998, about 500 hours since manufacturers overhaul. Last serviced in 2014. Two blade propeller. 4.5-gallon fuel capacity.
Seavoice VHF Radio, GPS, Heath Marine Compass, Nasa Sounder, Nasa Log.
Danforth anchor, Full Winter Cover, Inshore Pack.
A most attractive traditional ‘pocket cruiser’ offered for sale for the first time in nearly a quarter of a century. Carefully maintained and sailed in the current ownership.
Summer 2015 exterior re-paint and anti-fouling.
Guide Price: £5,950
Lying: Isle of Wight
Viewing: Through the brokers
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