Wooden ships comments on this Herreshoff 28
L Francis Hereshoff
Wallasea Bay Yacht Co. Essex
7/8” mahogany planking fastened with bronze screws to oak timbers at 12” centres. Many timbers replaced with laminated oak in major refit by current owner which finished in 2007.
Marine plywood deck, sheathed in epoxy and painted, on a tongue and groove sub deck. Marine Plywood cockpit coamings with a sheathed coachroof deck.
Bermudan ketch rig on keel stepped varnished wooden masts. Spars were new in 2007, built to original Hereshoff specification.
Stainless steel standing rigging new in 2007.
Main, mizzen and genoa all by Seven Sails and new in 2009. Full set of sail covers.
Vetus Marine 2 cylinder 16hp diesel, installed new in 2008 with only 300 hours. Complete stern gear, propeller, exhaust system and engine beds all new in 2008.
75L polythene diesel tank in starboard cockpit locker.
3 x 12volt batteries with 1 dedicated to engine starting. Smart regulated charging system plus a 240volt shore power charger.
4 berths in a spacious cabin. 5’10” headroom under the dog house. The large coamings and wide coachroof give more interior volume than would be expected of a boat this size. Very clean and smart cabin, most of it new from the rebuild, cleverly laid out to give a lot useable space where 2 or three people can move comfortably without tripping over each other.
Galley to starboard as you enter the cabin with Origo 2 burner spirit stove and single stainless sink. Ample work surface area with top access fridge.
Centre drop leaf table with port and starboard settee berths.
Large heads compartment to port with Simpson Lawrence 400 sea toilet.
Fore peak with V-berths and storage.
Diesel fired cabin heater.
Log and sounder
Silva DSC VHF
Simrad TP32 auto pilot
Navman Chartplotter 6”
2 x Seago 275N lifejackets
2 x fire extinguishers
50m of 8mm chain
8’ Seago inflatable dinghy
Suzuki 2.5hp 4 stroke outboard
All over winter cover
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