Wooden Ships Comments on this Camper and Nicholson sloop
Designed and built by Camper and Nicholson in 1960, built to Lloyds 100A1 and very typical of many C&N boats at that time. She is a well balanced full keel yacht with a short counter stern and nicely radiused transom, sweet but not excessive sheer line with eye catching coachroof design incorporating a doghouse to increase headroom below decks. Her cockpit is particularly attractive and well designed giving shelter and safety for the crew while also being easy to work from.
Bought by the present owner in 2008, she has undergone two major refit periods in a specialist boat yard, most recently in 2016/2017, which involved replacement of keel bolts, strap floors and bottom planking, lots of refastening of the hull, new engine, mast and rigging plus new sails. She competed in the 2009 Fastnet race and won the Iolaire Trophy for the oldest entry in the race.
She is a very well equipped yacht with up to date navigation and safety equipment, fresh from an extensive refit last year and ready to go sailing.
Very thorough survey from 2017 and a complete log of the work carried out in present ownership are available.
Length on Deck 38′
Length Waterline 28′
Thames Tonnage 12TM
Built to Lloyds 100A1 with Honduras mahogany planking all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers. Largely re-fastened in 2008/2009. Bottom four planks replaced in Iroko.
Galvanised steel strap floors, largely replaced in recent years with a galvanised ring frame either side of the mast. Galvanised mast step new in 2017 with all new strap floors in way of the mast and some new wooden frames.
External lead ballast keel with mild steel keel bolts all replaced in 2008.
New yacht laid teak deck glued over the original solid teak deck which is screw fastened to the deck beams.
Varnished mahogany coamings and hatches with a raised doghouse aft, typical of C&N boats at the time. Chromed bronze portholes and windows. Sheathed plywood coachroof deck finished in white deck paint.
Spacious self draining cockpit with varnished thwarts and teak gratings. Excellent shelter from the overhang of the doghouse. Wheel steering on a pedestal with cables to the rudder quadrant, electric ram for the autopilot attached directly to the quadrant.
7/8 fractional bermudan sloop rig on a keel stepped varnished mast, new from Collars in 2016.
Slab reefing varnished boom with lazyjacks. Mainsheet is double tailed to blocks on the aft deck.
Stainless steel standing rigging replaced in 2004. Recently surveyed and in good condition. Stainless internal chain plates fastened to the galavnised ring frames. Chain plate bolts replaced in 2017.
Schaeffer roller furling headsail system.
Self tailing Andersen primary winches and self tailing Lewmar 40 secondary sheet winches on the cockpit coamings. Pair of self tailing Lewmar mast winches.
Full suit of sails in very good condition including down wind sails and unused storm sails.
Yanmar 3YM 30hp 3cyl diesel installed new in 2017.
Single lever controls with stainless shaft to a slightly offset 3 blade bronze propeller.
22 gallon plastic Tek tank under the aft deck.
200 litre epoxy coated mild steel water tank under the saloon cabin sole.
4 x 12 volt batteries under the quarter berth charged from the engine alternator or through the installed shore power system.
Very typical interior joinery for a C&N boat of her vintage. 5 berths including a quarter berth, 2 saloon settee berths and twin berths in the forecabin.
Steps down over the engine box into the cabin with a quarter berth to starboard, chart desk in front of this and galley to port.
Galley has a 2 burner gas stove with grill, single stainless sink with pressurised hot and cold water, top loading 12 volt installed fridge plus lots of storage space and cupboards.
Chart desk faces forward with a fold down table and switch panel outboard against the hull.
Half height bulkheads with vertical grab posts separate off the main saloon. L-shaped settee berth to port and straight settee berth to starboard with a centreline dropleaf table. Gloss white bulkheads with varnished teak and mahogany trim and panelling.
Starboard side passageway going forward with the heads compartment to port. Heads has a Jabsco manual sea toilet which discharges directly overboard and a porcelain hand basin with pressurised hot and cold water.
Into the forecabin with a single berth either side and storage beneath. Forward between the berths is a seat and beyond the bulkhead is the chain locker. The Fore hatch on deck gives access to a forepeak locker, only accessible from the deck and great for storing fenders, warps and deck gear.
Full specification and details available upon request
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