Classic Gaff Rigged Dayboat

Vessel Name

Classic Gaff Rigged Dayboat

Vessel Type

Day Boat

Vessel Price

£0.00

Short Description

SOLD

Classic gaff-rigged day boat.

Built prettily in the 1960s at HM Dockyard Plymouth along the lines of the traditional Plymouth Hooker.
Well maintained and in fine condition.
Currently lying at Picklecombe Fort harbour
Honda 4 stroke outboard, serviced for 2015 season.

Swallows & Amazons on the Tamar!
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Construction & Build

Mahogany planking on oak frames.

Sails and spars

Tan gaff mainsail and foresail.

Gear and safety

12' plus bowsprit Steel Centreboard Road trailer (2009) She comes complete with oars, boat hook, fenders, warps, anchor, flares, buoyancy bags etc.

Engine

Honda 4 stroke

Dimensions

12' + 1' bowsprit

General Comments

A lovely looking classic day boat, will turn heads wherever she goes!  
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Disclaimer

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Description:
Forepeak - Stowage for chain below soleboards. Stowage for anchor and sails.
Heads:
Manual Brydon Bay sea toilet. Mirror. Basin with foot operated fresh water pump. Opening deck hatch.
Saloon:
Engine under table box. 4 single berths with lee cloths.Water tank and battery under lower starboard berth. Fuel tank and battery under port lower berth. Opening deck hatch. Liferaft under companionway steps. 2 further single berths under cockpit.
Galley:
Gimbaled 2 burner cooker + grill. Single sink with foot operated fresh water pump with inline filter. Gas panel heater. Cupboards for stowage.
Cockpit: Instruments and compass either side of companionway.