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Fred Parker Tumlare type design, 1947

A stunning classic, ideal for cruising, racing and fun.

Built to a Fred Parker Tumlare type design by Woodnutt & Co, Isle of Wight.

Needs some attention but will turn heads as she is a sleek racing beauty!



2 berth forepeak and 2 berths on either side of the saloon.  Well equipped but the inside has been left essentially as a bare boat and accommodation has not been installed.  

Construction & Build

Canoe stern hull with long keel. Traditional timber construction of mahogany on oak frames. Marine ply deck with mahogany fittings.

Sails and spars

Spruce mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging, in good order. New mainsail and jib 2010, by Westway Sails.


Yanmar 1 GM 10 diesel. Has had light use for less than 10 hours and regular services. Stainless steel fuel tank. 12v. battery.


Length overall 27' 6" Beam 6' 6" Draft 4' 8"

General Comments

Grace is a superb classic, well constructed on the lines of a Tumlare.  Recently restored, fully original.  Fast, sleek and beautiful.  

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