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Model: Wooden Classic Gaff cutter
Price: £49,000 (GBP)
Year: 1936
Hull: Wood

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Model: Wooden Classic Gaff cutter
Price: £49,000 (GBP)
Year: 1936
Hull: Wood
LOA: 47' 0" (14.3m)
LOD: 35' 0" (10.7m)
LWL: 33' 0" (10.1m)
Beam: 10' 0" (3m)
Draft: 7' 0" (2.1m)
Displacement: 31360lbs
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Gaff cutter
Engine Type: Yanmar 31h3e 36hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: diesel
Fuel Capacity: 30gal
Water: 15gal
Location: Gwynedd

This one off design by N Warrington Smyth is a classic sailing yacht, and has featured in numerous publications including "Wooden Boats" by John Scarlet, and "A panorama of Gaff cutters" by John Leather. She is a member of National Historic Ships, and has full British registration Dreva is a sturdy cruising vessel and is easy to handle.
Her owner has sailed her single handed around the Irish Sea and to the West Coast of Scotland. Her shipwright owner has been meticulous in maintaining her to the highest standard. A new Yanmar engine was installed in 2012. A recent survey may be available. She comes with a comprehensive inventory and is ready for sea. The original blue book is included in her documents


Accommodation:
There are five berths in total, two quarter berths, a saloon berth, and a double forward. Heads compartment and solid fuel stove.
Galley:
The well equipped galley comes with a gas Nelson cooker with two burners grill and oven, and sink with ample storage space
Sails:
Gaff main (JKA), Topsail (JKA), Jib (JKA), Working staysail, reaching staysail.


Instruments:
Standard horizon dsc radio, Standard horizon chart plotter 300, GPS repeater, Echo sounder, Log, Autopilot.
CD player.
Electrical System:
2x 12v batteries, Sterling power products digital four step charger, power management unit, 230 v ac distribution , advanced 4 step split charger.
Equipment:
Tender and outboard, wind vane, Spray hood,Sail cover, Awning,Full size winter cover.




Dreva dried out alongside - Showing her long keel to good effect

Dreva under sail - A stunning view of this lovely classic

Alongside her berth - Seen from starboard bow

Seen from ashore - Note her bow sprit

Deck view - Looking down on the starboard

Seen from ashore -

The view from astern - Note the self steering gear

Seen from ashore - Looking along the starboard side

The view along the port side deck - Seen from the cockpit

The view along the starboard side deck - Looking forward from the cockpit

The sail cover - She is gaff rigged

The port side deck - Looking aft

The fore deck - Note the substantial mooring bits

Fore deck view - Showing the general lay out

Looking along the starboard side deck - Seen from the fore deck

The bow sprit - As seen from the fore deck, note the furling gear at the point

The fore hatch - On the starboard side of the fore deck

The cockpit - Seen from starboard,note the lever for the running backstay

Deck view -

The cockpit - Seen from the starboard quarter

The port side deck - Note the pin rail, there is another pin rail on the starboard side

Mast detail -

The windlass -

The main companionway - Looking under the spray hood

The cockpit - Seen from the starboard side deck

The cockpit - Showing the tiller

The starboard quarter berth - Located aft on the starboard side of the saloon, there is another quarter berth on the port side aft

The galley - Well equipped with ample storage space

The galley -

The cooker -

The navigation station - Situated on the starboard side of the saloon

The saloon - As seen from the companionway

Saloon view - This is the port settee with the saloon table

The port side saloon berth -

The port side double berth -

A close up shot of the stove -

Saloon view - Showing the starboard settee berth, note the stove

The chart table -

Looking aft into the saloon - Seen from forward

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The heads - Located in the focsle

The focsle -

The saloon - As seen from the fore cabin

The engine compartment - Located under the companionway,

Under sail - Owners picture

Under sail - Starboard tack, note the cutter rig and the topsail

Mast detail -

In the Crinan canal - Owners picture

Sold
Model: Wooden Classic Gaff cutter
Price: £49,000 (GBP)
Year: 1936
Hull: Wood
LOA: 47' 0" (14.3m)
LOD: 35' 0" (10.7m)
LWL: 33' 0" (10.1m)
Beam: 10' 0" (3m)
Draft: 7' 0" (2.1m)
Displacement: 31360lbs
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Gaff cutter
Engine Type: Yanmar 31h3e 36hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: diesel
Fuel Capacity: 30gal
Water: 15gal
Location: Gwynedd

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