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Model: Cheverton Danegeld Class
Price: £19,950 (GBP)
Year: 1959
Hull: Wood

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Model: Cheverton Danegeld Class
Price: £19,950 (GBP)
Year: 1959
Hull: Wood
LOA: 35' 6" (10.8m)
LWL: 24' 0" (7.3m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 6' 0" (1.8m)
Displacement: 22400lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar 27hp
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 16gal
Water: 47 gals
Location: North Wales

With classic lines featuring a long keel and heavy displacement She is a sea kindly yacht with a racing pedigree while retaining a rugged and solid feel. In the present ownership she has made many passages ranging from The Isle of Man, Ireland and the Scilly Isles and three years cruising in Greece. She has safely made several transits of The Bay of Biscay stopping off at El Ferrol. She was last surveyed in 2004. Lloyds registered when built ON300748 The running rigging and reefing arrangements make her easy to sail single handed. A holding tank is fitted. She is currently ashore in a yard in North Wales


Accommodation:
A total of four berths in two cabins A large double forward, two settee berths in the saloon A separate heads compartment with hand basin The saloon is equipped with a Taylors paraffin heater.

Galley:
The galley has a twin burner stove with grill and a stainless steel sink.

Sails:
Main sail, Furling Genoa, working jib, storm jib, tri sail, and cruising chute

Instruments:
Sestrel compass, streamline GPS, Stowe log, Simrad DSC VHF, Nasa echo sounder, and cockpit repeater,Nasa Weatherman,Radar signal detector.
Electrical System:
2x 12 volt 125 amp hr batteries
Equipment:
Lazislas life raft in a container, Autohelm 4000, spinnaker pole, 55Lb CQR anchor with 70 meters of chain, plus two spare anchors Sun awning Winter cover
Additional Info:
Built from selected mahogany, she has been cascover sheathed.




View from starboard - She is stored ashore

The view from ahead -

As seen from astern - The self steering gear will be removed

Below the waterline -

View from the starboard quarter - The rudder and propeller can be seen

Rudder and propellor - Below the waterline the hull is clean, she has been cascover sheathed

Another view of the hull - She has elegant lines

View from port bow - Her lines are classic

View from ahead - Note the new mast

Looking forward - Along the port side, note the laid decks

Looking to the foredeck - Note the life raft in its canister

The bows - note the furling drum

The foredeck - With two anchors stowed

General deck view - As seen from the foredeck

Looking down the starboard side deck - She has laid decks

Looking aft on the starboard side -

The spray hood -

The stern sheets -

Laid decks throughout -

Another view of the cockpit - There is lots of locker space

Looking down into the cockpit -

The builders plaque -

General view forward - As seen from the cockpit

The sail cover and boom -

View from the helm - Note the binnacle under the cover

The Saloon - This shot taken from the main companionway hatch.

The Saloon - With the table extended

The galley -

The navigators position - Situated on the starboard side

The fuel tank - This feeds the heater

Looking into the forecabin -

The starboard settee berth - With the saloon table stowed

The Taylors cabin heater - Will keepthe cabin snug

The starboard settee berth -

The forecabin - There is a large double berth here

Another view - It is very roomy with access to the fore hatch

Looking aft from the forecabin -

The port side of the saloon - As seen from forward

The heads compartment - Note the hand basin

Engine - The engine compartment has good access

- Cockpit instruments

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Model: Cheverton Danegeld Class
Price: £19,950 (GBP)
Year: 1959
Hull: Wood
LOA: 35' 6" (10.8m)
LWL: 24' 0" (7.3m)
Beam: 8' 6" (2.6m)
Draft: 6' 0" (1.8m)
Displacement: 22400lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar 27hp
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 16gal
Water: 47 gals
Location: North Wales

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