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Lady Jane


A circa 1940’s Ex. Admiralty Harbour Service Launch converted to a motor-yacht / liveaboard


Boat Details

Overall Length: 52ft
Waterline: 50ft
Beam: 12ft 6ins
Draught: 4ft 6ins
Displacement: n/a
Engine: 500hp AEC Diesel
Berths: 6
Sail: None
Designer: Admiralty
Builder: n/a
Year Built: 1940's
Location: North-East Coast

Ex. Admiralty Harbour Service Launch, standard double diagonal larch hull on oak, copper sheathed to the rubbing strake.  Fibre glass sheathed marine ply decks and superstructure.

505hp AEC diesel engine with hydraulic gearbox.  Starter motor reconditioned November 2009.  Cruising speed 9/10 knots at 1400 rpm.  Lister Petter 5 kva generator.  Hydraulic steering with reconditioned ram.

Spacious accommodation currently offers from foreward:

Chain Locker, Heads Compartment, Fore Cabin with twin berths, Saloon with settee berths, Galley, Wheelhouse / Deck Saloon with engine room under, Aft Cabin with two berths and ensuite shower and heads.

Mooring available at Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole if required.  Last in commission November 2009 when motored up from Erith on the River Thames.  Realistically priced for quick sale, a great deal of boat for the money.  These fine old Harbour Launches are becoming increasing  sought-after and make excellent liveaboard and cruising vessels.  A worthwhile project.

Contact us for more information or to make an appointment to view.

Guide: SOLD
Lying: Ashore North-East Coast
Viewing: Through the brokers Tel: 01905-356482