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Model: Master Marine Eygthene 24
Price: £4,250 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP

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Model: Master Marine Eygthene 24
Price: £4,250 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 0" (7.3m)
LWL: 20' 6" (6.3m)
Beam: 9' 8" (3m)
Draft: 4' 7" (1.4m)
Displacement: 4300lbs
Ballast: 2550lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar 8hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20ltr
Water: 10ltr
Location: Lancashire

Designed by the now famous Ron Holland whilst he was working in the engineering dept of Morgan Yachts in St Petersburg Florida, Holland designed the Eygthene to compete for the IOR Quarter ton rule.
The proto- type won the 1973 Quarter ton championships in Weymouth on her first outing. This version was built in 1976 by Master Marine in Guernsey The fin keel and ballast/displacement ratio of over 52% offers the Possibility to carry more sail Her wide beam offers lots of room and stowage below decks. In A second hand boat test which featured in the March 2003 issue of Yachting Monthly,she was said to be "a delight to sail, very light on the helm and With razor sharp pointing ability".


Accommodation:
In two cabins there is a total of five berths, there are two berths available in the fore cabin which also contains the heads. In the main saloon there are a further three berths plus a table and a pull out chart table.
Galley:
Gas stove and coolbox.
S/Steel sink.
Sails:
2x Main sails2x no 1 Genoas one only a year old.Working jib & spinnaker with snuffer

Instruments:
Depth sounder, wind speed/ direction,compass, log, autohelm, VHF, hand held gps,
Electrical System:
12v 2x batteries.
Equipment:
GRP tender, storage cradle.Sprayhood, Sail cover and dodgers,Horse shoe life buoy, anchor with chain and warp.




View from the starboard quarter - She is ashore on her Trolley

The view from the port quarter - The cradle can be used to transport the boat.

The rudder seen from port -

The rudder from starboard - The weather was very wet which explains the water running down the sides.

The hull below the waterline - Looking forward from the rudder on the starboard side

The hull below the waterline - Viewed from aft on the port side

The hull from forward - Looking down the port side

The hull below the waterline - Looking down the starboard side

The view forward - Looking up the starboard side

The main hatch - And cockpit instruments

The view forward - Looking along the port side

The view forward - Looking along the port side

A view of the foredeck - Note the fore hatch

The pulpit - Note the bow roller

The view looking aft - Seen from before the mast

Detail around the mast -

View of the cockpit - Seen from the starboard side deck

The fore deck - Note the fore hatch and the spinnaker pole.

The cockpit - And the pushpit

View of the cockpit - Seen from the port side deck

The saloon table - With the galley to starboard

The view from the saloon - With the door into the fore cabin

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Looking into the saloon - Taken from the main hatch

The cockpit - Note the mainsheet traveller

The port settee berth - The saloon table swings away

The barometer - The barometer and hygrometer

The galley - Note the gas cooker and sink

The starboard quarter berth - The navigation table is situated above this berth, it is in the stowed position.

The cockpit - As seen from the main hatch

The port quarter berth -

The fore cabin - The berths can be converted to a double. there is ample stowage below the berths.

The heads -

The heads compartment - This is located in the fore cabin on the port side

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The engine compartment - There is more access from each quarter berth

The view aft from the fore cabin -

Looking aft from the fore cabin -

The navigation table - This slides away when not in use.

The stern - On her cradle

The port quarter berth -

The staboard quarter berth - Note the navigation table in its stowage

Another view from astern - Note the lines of the hull

The port quarter -

POrt side view -

The port side -



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Model: Master Marine Eygthene 24
Price: £4,250 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP
LOA: 24' 0" (7.3m)
LWL: 20' 6" (6.3m)
Beam: 9' 8" (3m)
Draft: 4' 7" (1.4m)
Displacement: 4300lbs
Ballast: 2550lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Yanmar 8hp
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20ltr
Water: 10ltr
Location: Lancashire

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