Wooden Ships Comments on this Bermudan Ketch
This Bermudan Ketch yacht evolved from a design by Ian Nicholson of Alfred Mylne & Co. He built St Mary for himself and developed it into this economical family cruiser.
Mahogany planking on oak frames.
Decks and cockpit
Ply deck, sheathed and painted. Pushpit, pulpit and guardrails. Lofrans electric anchor windlass. Cockpit drains into a sump and pumped out with an electric pump.
Aluminium cabin top, fully lined. The advantage is that it is a lighter weight than timber and completely watertight.
Alloy main and mizzen mast. Stainless steel standing rigging. Roller furling main and mizzen. Self furling genoa. Granny bars at mast.
Furling mainsail. Furling genoa + 2 other headsails. Gennaker/cruising spinnaker. Spinnaker. Wheel steering port side.
Watermota ‘Seawolf’ 22hp diesel. Shaft drive, 3 blade propeller.
2 x manual bilge pumps in cockpit.
Fuel – 1 x stainless steel. 15 gals.
Water – 1 x plastic. 45 gals.
Berths – 5
From forward: Forepeak with 2 pipecot berths, storage under.
Immediately aft on port side is the galley with worktop space, small SS sink and a gas cooker, 2 burners, grill and oven.
Heads opposite with Simpson Lawrence marine toilet, pull out SS sink and small vanity unit.
Large open saloon with settees port and starboard/single berths. Drop leaf saloon table.
Lockers behind and underneath.
Engine box offset to port and used as a chart area.
Quarter berth aft starboard.
45lb CQR anchor on 45 metres 3/8” chain
Kedge anchor on chain and rope.
2hp Yamaha outboard
2 boarding ladders
These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.