Sailing yachts

Falmouth 9 ton Pilot ketch

(REF: 18103)

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  • Designer: Warrington-Smythe, R
  • Builder: Falmouth Boatbuilders Ltd
  • Year: 1963
  • Location: Hamble, Hants
  • Length on deck: 30'
  • Beam: 9'3
  • Draft: 4'6
  • Tonnage: 9

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Full specification

Wooden ships comments on this Falmouth 9 Ton Pilot Ketch

Construction

Falmouth 9 ton Pilot ketch

Hull

Pitch pine planking on steamed oak timbers.  Timber floors.  Copper fastened.  Iron ballast keel.

 

Decks and cockpit

Sheathed marine ply.   Self draining cockpit.

 

Superstructure

Sheathed mahogany faced ply coamings.  Sheathed ply coachroof deck.

 

 

Rig  Bermudan Ketch

Deck stepped varnished wooden masts and spars.

Galvanised standing rigging.   Galvanised rigging screws and external chain plates.

1 x mast winch.  2 x bronze cockpit winches.

 

Sails

Mainsail, mizzen x 2 and genoa on Profurl.  All 2002.

 

Machinery

 

Engine

Beta 43hp diesel.  2012.  Centreline 3 blade propeller.

 

Batteries

12v electrics.

 

Tanks

Fuel:  Steel tank, new 2006.

 

Accommodation

 

Berths   4

Saloon

2 berths in fwd cabin

Settee berths port and stbd.

Taylor diesel heater

Baby Blake heads

 

Galley

Plastimo 2000 gas cooker.   SS sink drains overboard.

 

 

 

 

Navigation

Sowester Bosun compass

B&G Heta sounder

B&G Harrier log

Kelvin Hughes VHF

Seacourse auto pilot

B&G Homer Radio/receiver

 

Ground Tackle

35lb CQR anchor

Electric windlass

Approx 30m 5/16 “ chain

 

Gear

Overall winter cover

Cockpit cover

Disclaimer:

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.

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