Wooden Ships Comments
Built by Harry Feltham and probably designed by him as well, year unknown.
Designed with a raised deck forward of the cockpit, transom stern and spoon bow.
She was rescued from the beach by the present owner, a very experienced and highly skilled shipwright who wanted a project to keep him busy. She was floated off and put in the yard where a major refit took place which included a number of planks and frames, complete new deck and cockpit, new interior and new rig.
Although not vastly spacious below decks, she has a lovely big and open cockpit ideal for day sailing with enough space below to have a heads, make a cup of tea and spread out for a nap.
A good solid little yacht with a recent survey.
Length on Deck 22’6″
Length Overall 26′
Planked in 7/8″ mahogany all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
Oak back bone, stem and stern post.
Grown oak 3″ sided floors across the centreline.
External iron ballast keel with 7’8″ iron keel bolts through the wooden floors.
Straight laid solid pitch pine deck, caulked and payed with Sikaflex on oak deck beams.
Large non self draining cockpit with seating either side in varnished mahogany
Double diagonal mahogany bulkhead between the cockpit and the cabin.
Gaff cutter rig on a new hollow deck stepped spruce mast
Varnished wooden boom, gaff and bowsprit.
Heavy stainless steel standing rigging to internal bronze chain plates.
Full wardrobe of sails including main, staysail, jib and flying jib.
Albin twin cylinder 10hp petrol engine installed in recent refit. This is a raw water cooled marine engine and has proved to be very reliable.
Standard reduction gearbox to a stainless steel shaft and fixed 2 blade bronze propeller.
Petrol tank is a removable red plastic outboard motor type.
Simple layout below with a long single berth to starboard and some joinery either side at the aft end.
Half bulkhead to starboard cutting off the forepeak from the main cabin.
Beyond the bulkhead is a portapotti toilet on a raised platform.
It would be possible to fit a second bunk on the port side in the main cabin.
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