Wooden Ships Comments on this 16′ McNulty Sailing Launch
Clinker sailing motor launch built by McNulty Boats in 1995.
In present ownership for 23 years, used extensively around the Solent and some trips further afield.
Very pretty boat with an inboard Beta diesel engine that has been recently serviced. Unusually she has a standing lug rig and sets a decent sized sail. She is not a racing boat and will not sail hard to windward, however with a free wind she will tramp along very nicely. Dagger board fitted for use when sailing.
Comes with an all over cover and road trailer.
Length on Deck 16’
- Clinker planked in mahogany all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
- Oak stem and keel with a mahogany transom.
- Oak rubbing strake all round with a heavy rope fender. Oak inwhale.
- Straight lid teak foredeck new in 2023.
- Varnished mahogany thwarts with sawn oak knees.
- Varnished mahogany engine box with new laid teak top.
- Painted plywood sole boards.
- Transom hung mahogany rudder with tiller steering.
- Mahogany dagger board inserts at the forward end of the cockpit.
- Standing lug rig on an unstayed varnished pine mast.
- Varnished pine boom and yard.
- Tan sail with a single reefing point.
- Beta Marine 10hp twin cylinder diesel. Thought to have been installed in 1998. Full engine service 2023.
- 3 blade bronze propeller
- Vetus 25 litre plastic fuel tank under the centre thwart.
- Single 12 volt battery charged by the engine alternator.
- Road trailer
- Lug mainsail with mast and spars
- Dagger board, rudder and tiller
- Ensign and staff
- Beta 10hp diesel engine
- 12 volt battery
- Solar panel
- Rule auto bilge pump
- Winter all over boat cover
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