ALMARIE – 58ft. FLEUR DE LYS MOTOR YACHT
100hp Lister Blackstone TS3 MG/R Diesels rebuilt in approx. 2008.
Reduction Hydraulic gearboxes. Stainless exhaust unit (new shafts, new glands, and new tubes fitted in last few years).
7.5 Knots cruising speed and about 10 knots maximum.
2 x 450 Gallons ( total 900 gallons) Steel Fuel Tanks which have been opened (while deck was off) and checked serviced , re painted and made good.
Fresh water in 2 x 360 gallon tanks.
Stainless steel black water tank forward approx. 40 gallons,
Generator, Shore power connection
Six Berths in three cabins not including the deck saloon. Master stateroom aft, Two toilets and shower facilities.
Cockpit cover, Gangway, Teak cockpit, Cockpit cushions, Swimming ladder, Teak side decks, Davits, Cockpit table, Solar panel
Oven, Electric bilge pump, Deep freezer, Manual bilge pump, Electric head, Heating, Battery charger, Hot water, Refrigerator, Washing machine, Microwave oven
Built by Dagless Ltd. Wisbech, Cambridgeshire UK, to a design by J Francis Jones.
Built of 1. 7/16″ thick Iroko planks, on 4.5″ x 2.5″ Sawn Oak frames, she has steamed intermediate timbers (also Iroko,) Bronze screws into the sawn frames and copper rivets fastenings to the steamed timbers. Mixture of grown (natural grain shape) Iroko floors, and Galvanised Steel strap floors. Cast iron 2.5 ton External ballast keel through bolted to the hog and keel plank with Hot Dipped 1″ Galvanised Steel bolts. Cascover Sheathed, to the waterline ( this was removed before the refit to allow access to any sections that required attention, re- sheathed up to the waterline.
Two 58′ Fleur De Lys were ordered in 1960 at the same time with Dagless Ltd, by good friends from the Royal Temple Yacht Club, Ramsgate. Both proprietors were in the road haulage business. As one of the vessels would be completed first and had to be displayed at the 1961 boat show. Both vessels remained and cruised from Ramsgate for many years. ALMARIE sailed from Ramsgate to Estepona, Spain probably in the late 1980s.They had a lively season in Porto Banus and following a refit at Gun Wharf Gibraltar, set off as planned to Pollensa, Mallorca. An uneventful trip from Gibraltar up the coast then across through the Balearic Islands to Pollensa 69.75 Hours at 7.5 Knots voyage, Pollensa became the home seaport where she cruised around the Islands. In the current ownership ALMARIE is stationed at Torrevieja on the Costa Del Sol.
OPTION TO PURCHASE VERY USE VW CADDY ESTATE CAR – 2012 – DIESEL £4,500
GUIDE: AVAILABLE MID SUMMER IN UK
LYING: Costa Del Sol
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