Wooden Ships Comments on this Single screw cabin cruiser

Loa                                         21’6”

Lwl                                         20’

Beam                                    7’

Draft                                      3’

 

 

Cabin cruiser for sale lying Salcombe Devon, a wooden boat built roughly around 1930.  She has a large open cock-pit, sheltered helm position and a cabin under the raised fore deck with 2 berths and a sea toilet making her suitable for day sailing, sports fishing or even a week-end away. She has recently been refurbished by the owner, he has thoroughly enjoyed using her and has taken her on some longer trips including a steam from Fowey, however the owner is looking to move to something smaller.

Accommodation
2 berths in forward cabin with fitted bunk cushions. 5’ headroom.
Blake sea toilet in the fore peak compartment.

Build
Cabin Cruiser with traditional long keel, straight slightly raked stem and transom stern.
Carvel pine planking on steam bent oak frames.
Timber floors.
External lead ballast keel, weight approx 280 kg. Stainless steel keel bolts, new 2003.
Wheel House.
6 opening portholes.
Wheel steering to stainless steel cables.
Rudder new in 2003.
Small mast stepped in a tabernacle on the aft deck with a steadying sail. SS standing rigging with cord lashings to bronze chain plates.

Machinery
Yanmar 3GM 30hp 3 cylinder diesel (fitted Second hand 2003).
3 blade propeller.
Cruising speed 6/8 knots.

Tankage
1 x 15L Plastic Fuel Tank.

Electrics
2 x 12v batteries.

Ground Tackle
13lb CQR anchor with Chain and warp.

Inventory:

Now includes a road trailer.

  • Life ring.
  • Fire extinguisher (Date Of Expiry Unknown).
  • Cockpit cover.
  • Covers for decklight and forward hatch.
  • Manual Bilge Pump.
  • Warps and Fenders.
  • Brass Clock.

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.