Twin screw motor yacht built by the Crossloan Boatyard, Govan in 1936.
Planked in larch all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers. There are a number of areas planking and some frames that have been replaced within the last two years.
The steamed timbers extend right across the keelson to act as floors tying the two sides of the hull together. There are also some heavy sawn oak floors spaced regularly throughout the bilge for strength.
Plywood deck screw fastened to pine deck beams. The foredeck is laid tongue and groove planking with a plywood overlay. this has been partially replaced.
The aft deck and the superstructure has been sheathed in GRP and painted.
Twin 4 cylinder Ford diesel engines taken from a Ford Fiesta. these engines have been flooded by back filling through the exhaust so are not running. Replacement engines are easy to find as they are common in Ford Fiesta cars. It will be a simple job to obtain two short engines and transfer over the ancillary parts from the existing engines.
Stainless steel shafts to 3 blade bronze propellors with bronze external P-brackets.
Stainless steel tank under the starboard saloon settee feeds both engines.
Centre wheel house with port and starboard entrance. Port side helm position with varnished teak wheel, engine instruments and twin Morse controls. Centreline companion way to the aft cabin with port and starboard berths and hanging lockers.
Starboard side entrance to the main cabin with large port an starboard saloon settee berths. Taylors parafin cabin heater on the aft bulkhead.
Forward is a galley on the starboard side with a large work area on the port side with storage under.
Door through the forward bulkhead into the heads compartment with a shower an sea toilet.