Wooden Ships Comments on this Philip 50 TSMY
The Philips 50 was designed and Built by Philips and Son of Dartmouth in 1967 and was one of several similar motor yachts built to the same design. Philips at the time were a very famous yard and had an excellent reputation in the yachting industry for building quality yachts.
The design offers a lot of deck space, a large saloon and three separate sleeping cabins, all in just over 48′. Powered by a pair of reliable Perkins 6cyl diesels which have been well maintained, she is capable of good cruising speed with very acceptable fuel consumption.
After a major refit in a previous ownership, she was bought by the present owner who is the grandson of Mr Philip who owned the yard.
2018 survey completed and all work done to rectify the issues raised.
Length on Deck 52’8″
Displacement 14 tons
Thames Tonnage 42TM
Planked in teak below the waterline, mahogany above.
All copper rivet fastened to laminated Iroko frames which stretch from gunnel to gunnel across the centreline. Solid Iroko floors at 2′ centres.
Iroko stem and centreline construction. No external ballast keel, 0.5 ton of internal ballast.
Underwater hull was sheathed with Cascover from new to the water line.
Solid yacht laid teak deck fastened with bronze screws to laminated deck beams.
Superstructure all of varnished teak with sheathed plywood coachroof deck and wheelhouse roof.
Raised deck aft giving more headroom in the aft cabin. The main deck has a teak bulwark all round mounted on stanchions.
Twin Perkins 6.354 6cyl marine diesels generating 140hp each.
Borg Warner Velevet Drive gearboxes with single lever controls
Stainless shafts to fixed 3 blade bronze propellers.
8 knots cruising speed.
Twin rudders of cast bronze with mechanical steering gear via rods with universal joints.
Two steel fuel tanks under the saloon cabin sole. Total capacity of 900 gallons.
24 volt systems with engine alternator charging plus a 240v charger to be used either with shore power or generator. Installed shore power system.
Dynamica 6.5kva generator, fitted in 2016 with only 5hrs running.
The interior of the yacht has many original features including light fittings and door furniture which gives the accommodation a pleasant feel.
6 berths in 3 sleeping cabins.
Diesel fired heating system throughout the interior of the boat.
Steps down from the wheelhouse into the main saloon with a large table set to port which has comfortable seating for 6. There is a decorative electric cabin heater in the forward corner and side surfaces for storage.
Steps to starboard go forward into the galley at a lower level than the saloon.
Decent size galley with an electric oven and twin hob working off 240 volts. Under counter fridge and large store cupboards offer plenty of space. Single stainless sink with pressurised hot and cold water.
To starboard of the galley is a heads compartment with an electric Jabsco toilet and hand basin.
Forward again into the Fore cabin with two single berths, drawers and a dressing table.
Beyond this is the forecastle, accessed via a hatch in the deck, which originally had a single berth for the paid hand but now is used for storage of larger deck items.
Centreline steps lead aft from the wheelhouse.
On the starboard side is a heads compartment with a Jabsco electric heads, half size bath with a shower over and hand basin. Pressurised hot and cold running water.
Port side is a twin guest cabin with hanging lockers and drawers.
The owners cabin aft is the full breadth of the yacht with a large single berth either side and a chest of drawers fitted across the stern between the berths. This is a very comfortable cabin with good light and ventilation.
On the aft deck is a seating area for use in warm weather.
Full specification and details available upon request
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