Wooden Ships Comments
4 ton bermudan cutter designed and built by Hillyards of Littlehampton in 1938.
This was one of the small Hillyard designs with very pretty lines and a sea kindly hull, so despite her small size she is a capable and fun boat to sail.
In present ownership for many years, this is now sadly an executor sale, however it is clear that much work has been put into the boat over the years with a new mast in 2010, recent new deck and a new transom. She is what appears to be a sound and respectable yacht which will bring much joy to her new owners and continue to acquire admiring looks wherever she goes.
Length on Deck 20′
Length Overall 27′
Length Waterline 20′
Planked in 3/4″ pitch pine all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers
Long external iron ballast keel with steel keel bolts.
Grown oak floors across the centreline
Sheathed 1″ plywood deck laid by present owner
Varnished mahogany coamings with a sheathed T&G coachroof deck.
Bermudan cutter rig on a keel stepped hollow spruce mast. Mast was built by Noble Spars in 2010.
Varnished wooden roller reefing boom, varnished bowsprit and bumpkin.
1994 stainless steel rigging to external galvanised chain plates.
Both headsails on Wyckham Martin furling gear.
Pair of Tuffnel cockpit sheet winches for the jib
Full set of sails from 1996 in good order.
Yanmar 1GM10 10hp single cylinder diesel fitted in 1995.
Centreline stainless shaft to a fixed 3 blade bronze propeller
25 litre stainless fuel tank under the aft deck.
Pair of 12 volt batteries charged from engine alternator.
2 good length settee berths with sitting headroom
Galley in aft starboard corner with a 2 burner gas stove with grill.
Forepeak with stowage and a Porta Potti toilet.
CQR anchor with 30m of chain
Manual bilge pump
Warps and fenders
Full specification and details available upon request
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