Wooden Ships Comments on this 36′ Bermudan Yawl
Built in Dublin in 1912 by J.B. Kearney to his own design. Owned and sailed by Kearney until 1930. Originally a gaff yawl, she was converted to bermudan when sold in 1930. She has been in the same very experienced ownership since 1966 and was laid up ashore for many years undergoing a slow but steady refit. Launched in 2011 with a lot of new gear including rigging, sails, engine and systems, she is a well proven and well known cruising yacht with a well documented history and great pedigree.
In the 60’s and 70’s she competed in many offshore races with a large amount of success but in more recent years has served as a very comfortable and capable cruising yacht with the ability to put in fast passage times. Her new sails and slightly altered rig have made a huge difference to performance and handling making her a joy to crew on. The dog house is a great design feature for northern latitudes giving much welcomed shelter to the cockpit.
A fine attractive yacht in sound condition with a very full inventory and ready to sail. 2016 insurance survey.
Length on Deck 36’6″
Planked in 1.25″ pitch pine. Swedish soft iron fastenings to sawn oak frames with steamed intermediate timbers.
Iron floors side fastened through frames, grown oak floors forward.
External iron ballast keel with iron keel bolts.
Straight laid pine deck sheathed with fibreglass.
Deep cockpit sheltered by the doghouse
Bermudan yawl rig on a deck stepped hollow aluminium painted mast. Roller reefing varnished boom.
Varnished mizzen mast and boom.
Stainless steel standing rigging, mostly new in 2011. Stainless chain plates.
Pro-Furl roller furling systems on staysail and jib.
Lewmar 43 winches.
All sails new in 2011, plus all new covers.
Yanmar 3cyl 30hp marine diesel installed new in 2011. June ’17 – 640 hrs.
2 blade bronze propeller
Twin stainless fuel tanks, approximate total of 120 litres
Twin plastic water tanks, total of 112 litres
Batteries: 2 x 105ah, 2011 & 2016. 1 x 60ah for windlass. 2011
5 berths including 2 saloon settee berths, twin berths in the forward cabin and a single in the fore peak.
Steps down into the saloon with chart desk to port and galley to starboard. Plastimo Neptune gas cooker new 2011. Hot and cold pressurised water.
Centreline drop leaf table with a settee berth either side.
Starboard side doorway through the bulkhead into the forward cabin with a single either side with trotter boxes.
Another starboard doorway into the heads compartment with a Par Bryden sea toilet new in 2011.
Another bulkhead into the forepeak with a single berth to port, plenty of stowage space and the chain locker.
Full specification and details available upon request
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