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Model: Classic One off wooden sailing yacht
Price: £22,500 (GBP)
Year: 1968
Hull: Wood

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Model: Classic One off wooden sailing yacht
Price: £22,500 (GBP)
Year: 1968
Hull: Wood
LOA: 34' 0" (10.4m)
LOD: 33' 8" (10.3m)
LWL: 29' 0" (8.8m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 5' 8" (1.7m)
Displacement: 13500lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan mast head
Engine Type: Perkins perama 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 100ltr
Location: North Wales

This is an opportunity to buy a unique racing classic combining elegance with strength, seaworthiness and speed. She is a most attractive classic spoon bow, counter stern sloop, a one off design by Richard Roscoe MRINA of Poole for racing and cruising, she has very strong construction of triple skin of cold rolled mahogany type wood on oak frames to a particularly high standard. The designer built her for his own use, thus ensuring rigid control over her construction. She is a classic 1960s thoroughbred racer with very high build quality and excellent finish, and will appeal to the discerning classic boat enthusiast.


Accommodation:
6 berths in open plan accommodation, in the true classic racing tradition.
Forward there is a double berth, heads, sink and wet locker.
There is a door in between the for cabin and heads and the main saloon. In the main saloon there are two single berths located port and starboard, and two quarter berths located aft.
Galley:
A simple galley equipped with a 2 burner gas cooker with grill, and a stainless steel sink.
Sails:
Fully battened main,Genoa, jib, light genoa,cruising chute& snuffer, spinnaker, storm jib & tri sail, spare main (unbattened)

Instruments:
Autohelm, sea talk-multi, wind speed, Raytheon tri data depth, speed log.Garmin gps, Sailor VHF,
Electrical System:
2x12v batteries full main switch panel
Equipment:
JVC radio, barometer clock Chart clock and barometer.
Additional Info:
The yacht is stored ashore under cover.




Main photo - Boat in shed near Bangor

Bow view - A distinctive shape above and below the water line

View from port bow -

View from starboard - This shows her lines to advantage. She is very special

View of the stern - Note the large rudder

Vuew from aft - Note her underwater profile with a very finely shaped keel

Another close up of her keel -

A view fro starboard bow area - Looking aft

A close up from port bows - She has very clean lines

Foredeck view - note the anchor windlass

General deck view - Note the design of the fore hatch

General deck view - Seen from port side looking foreward, with the fore hatch closed.

Spray hood - Very good visability

General view of the cockpit - Note the combination of wheel steering with and emergency tiller,

Looking out from the companionway -

Looking into the interior - Seen from the main hatch

Another view of the cockpit - Mainsheet traveller and winch

View foreward - From the helm , note the good use of space under the sprayhood

The wheel - Note the ample storage lockers

Port quarter berth -

Galley - Two burner stove with s/steel sink

Starboard quarter berth -

Starboard settee berth - With storage below

Navigation station -

The Sailor Radio telephone -

Starboard quarter berth -

Forecabin - Heads are located to port

Engine compartment - Located behind the companionway

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Model: Classic One off wooden sailing yacht
Price: £22,500 (GBP)
Year: 1968
Hull: Wood
LOA: 34' 0" (10.4m)
LOD: 33' 8" (10.3m)
LWL: 29' 0" (8.8m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 5' 8" (1.7m)
Displacement: 13500lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan mast head
Engine Type: Perkins perama 30hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 100ltr
Location: North Wales

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