21ft. STROMA YAWL – LOTTIE ROSE
Built by Peter Matheson of Clydeside Boat Builders, Glasgow who has built over 120 boats including ‘Flower of Caithness’. The underwater lines are similar to the lines of Viking ships and have evolved to this over time.
Dipping lug sail rig
Backbone consists of keel, stem, stern post, hog, forward apron, forward knee, aft apron and deadwood (where the stern tube goes through). The stern post is connected to the keel by a mortise and tenon joint. The stem is connected with the knee to hog and keel. Everything is connected with 316 (A4) stainless steel bolts and epoxy glue. The garboard strake is checked into the keel as well as being backed up by the hog. All planking is oak, the keel stem and stern post are of Iroko.
14hp Beta diesel engine (2010)
Heavy framing in the engine bay and substantial bilge keels to protect the planking
Double nailed hood ends where planking meets the stem and stem post
Oak planks are minimum of 14mm
Small cuddy cabin
21 foot LOA
Sits on 24 foot double axle bespoke trailer built by R M Trailers.
A very sturdy and weatherly vessel ideal for coastal and estuary sailing, offering a generous cockpit suitable for family days afloat or fishing. Easily managed rig and inboard diesel engine. Out of commission these past few seasons and now requiring cosmetic upgrading, although a relatively new boat built for the current owners. Useful cuddy cabin could provide overnight or weekend accommodation. Seriously for sale with bespoke road trailer.
VIEWING: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE, ISLE OF WIGHT
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