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Model: Spey 35ft Motor Sailer
Price: £25,000 (GBP)
Year: 1963
Hull: Wood

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Model: Spey 35ft Motor Sailer
Price: £25,000 (GBP)
Year: 1963
Hull: Wood
LOA: 35' 0" (10.7m)
Beam: 11' 6" (3.5m)
Draft: 5' 6" (1.7m)
Displacement: 26880lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Ford 50hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 90 gals
Water: 100 gals
Location: West Wales

This is a fine example of the classic 35 ft Spey Motor Sailors built along Scottish Fishing boat lines by The Jones Shipyard of Buckie. Lovingly and carefully maintained by her present owner, she offers both strength and seaworthy qualities with spacious accommodation. The original Lister diesel was replaced with an 80hp Ford in 2008. Built of Larch on Oak frames she is an extremely rugged version of the Spey design. The large deck saloon offers shelter and comfort, with a large table and the two settees can convert to single berths. The engine compartment is large and spacious with excellent access to the Ford engine and gearbox. In 2004 she underwent a thorough refit supervised by Alan Hinks, an experienced Appledore builder of wooden boats and a Marine Surveyor. Work done at this time included removal of all deck fittings including stanchions and re galvanising the same. Replacement of the prop shaft and white metal bearings. New standing rigging and guard wires. The hull was Stripped back to bare wood below the waterline and a substantial steel shoe fitted to both the wooden keel and skeg.


Accommodation:
A total of six berths are available in three separate cabins. There are two singles which can convert to a large double in the fore cabin. Two single berths are situated in the deck saloon, and there are two further berths in the aft cabin.
There is a large galley situated on the port side and a heads compartment with a shower to starboard. The quality of woodwork throughout is outstanding.There is also a Taylors heater running on diesel.
Galley:
The galley is spacious and is equipped with a three burner gas stove with oven and grill,A fridge and a stainless steel sink.
There is plenty of storage and a gas heater which needs replacing.
Sails:
Main sail new 2009 Genoa good Jib good Storm jib good.


Instruments:
Binnacle compass, VHF , Depth sounder,Auto helm 3000.
Electrical System:
12v with shore power.
Equipment:
Warps and fenders, 2x anchors.
Additional Info:
A wind generator with stainless steel mounting, a pair of beaching legs and a wooden boarding ladder may also be available.




Port Side - On her mooring.

Looking aft - Note the mainsheet traveller, the spare anchor and large cleats.

Owner's Picture, Out of the Water - Showing underwater profile.

Under way - Owner's picture

Looking along the port side deck - Note the gate in the guard rail.

Looking along the starboard side - The hatch over the starboard wheelhouse door is in the raised position.

The view forward - Looking at the aft end of the Wheelhouse.

The Mainmast - Is deck mounted

The fore hatch - Note the Laid deck

The anchor windlass - Note the anchor sitting on the bow roller, and the mooring strop on the other side

Close up of the bow fitting - Built in strength.

The view aft - From the fore deck note the clear view screen in front of the helm position

The fore hatch - In the open position

View of the wheelhouse - Seen from aft

The goose neck - robust and simple

Looking along the starboard side -

The starboard wheelhouse door - Note the laid decks

Looking aft - The wheelhouse is roomy offering good visibilty

The starboard side - Looking aft, note the laid decks

Close up view - The mainsail halyard winch

The view aft - From the starboard side deck

The stern - She is a double ender lots of deck space here

The main boom - Note the main sheet arrangement

Close upof the tabernacle - The flue is from the cabin heater

The main sheet -

The main mast - The tabernacle situated on the coachroof

INside the wheelhouse - The chart table, with the helm to port

The view forward - Looking along the starboard side deck

Looking along the port side deck -

Fore deck view - Note the powerful windlass and the mooring cleats

The wheelhouse - Excellent visibility note the Kent screen

The interior of the wheelhouse - A deck saloon with two settees which convert to berths. There is a large saloon table

The starboard settee - Note the large cabin windows, access to the aft cabin is on the right of the picture

The chart table - Situated on the starboard side of the wheelhouse, next to the companionway leading down to the galley, heads and fore cabin

The view forward - Note the binnacle compass

The wheel - Note the engine controls

The compass -

The clearview screen -

The fore cabin - Seen from the companionway

The fore cabin -

The fore cabin - The berths can be two singles

The VHF -

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General view below - The fore cabin with the galley on the left and the heads on the right.

The Taylors Cabin Heater - The uses diesel fuel

Looking aft from the fore cabin - The heads compartment is on the left and the galley is on the right, note the Taylors cabin heater

The Heads - Note the wash hand basin, there is also a shower.

The galley - There is a fridge seen on the right of the picture

The galley - The gas cooker

The heads compartment -

The galley - The fridge and cool box

There is a gas heater -

The fore cabin - Can convert to a double berth

The fore cabin -

The fore cabin -

The aft cabin - Looking at the starboard berth

The aft cabin - Looking at the port side berth

The aft cabin -

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The engine controls -

The saloon table -

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The saloon table -

The aft cabin - The starboard berth

The aft cabin - The port side berth

The engine compartment - The engine is an 80hp Ford

The engine compartment -

The engine compartment -

The engine compartment - As seen from aft access is via the wheelhouse deck

The engine - Note the cooling system

Lying on her mooring - Seen from the port bow

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Port side view -

Port side view -

Owner's Picture, Under Way -

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Model: Spey 35ft Motor Sailer
Price: £25,000 (GBP)
Year: 1963
Hull: Wood
LOA: 35' 0" (10.7m)
Beam: 11' 6" (3.5m)
Draft: 5' 6" (1.7m)
Displacement: 26880lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan
Engine Type: Ford 50hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 90 gals
Water: 100 gals
Location: West Wales

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