16ft Salcombe Yawl, Day Sailer ,1982

Above is an example of a Salcombe Yawl.

Price Details

Price: £6,500 GBP
Location: Kirby Le Soken, Walton Backwaters, C013 Essex GB
Make: Salcombe Yawl
Year: 1982
Condition: Very good and well maintained
Category: Sailing Dinghies
Class: Salcombe Yawl
Keel Type: Centreboard

Description

A Salcombe Yawl, an open wooden varnished sailing dinghy, in excellent condition.
She requires a coat of antifouling and a re brightening of the varnish.

She has natural Teak laid decks and teak grating sole boards. She is fully equipped with a single axle road trailer.
A very attractive and cherished day sailer with a detachable cuddy, making her rather unique within her Class, yet she remains to be eligible for Class racing.

Several years ago, Shipwright, Fabian Bush of Rowhedge was commissioned to restore her to the condition you find her to day.
Kept in boatshed sitting on her trailer (unbraked).  She does her own overall cover.

Measurements

Length Overall:   16ft  4.88 m   Beam: 7ft    2.13 m
Draft:  10inchs   with the board down  3ft 6ins

Displacement: 400Kgs
Passenger Capacity: 4

Builder/Designer

Builder: Mike Atfield
Designer: Ian Howlett
Boat Name: Alison Jill

Engine

Engine Model: Seagull Century
Engine Description: A 2 stroke Seagull Century outboard engine could be available, if required. approx 4hp.
Outboard well through aft deck.

Construction:

Wooden planked hull paint finish exterior. Teak decks. Interior hull all varnished.
Cuddy, removable, blotted to the hull. Open cockpit with bench seating.
Centreboard casing with steel centreplate. Transom stern

Equipment:  Overall cover. Single axle un-braked trailer, Buoyancy bags.

Sails: Rigged as a Yawl. Varnished spruce masts and spars.
Stainless steel standing rigging. 2 sheet winches Sail wardrobe
Main sail mizzen and Jib all be Gowens
a spinnaker by Jeckels Dacron fabric all in good condition for Cruising.
Various old jibs/ storm jibs etc.

 

 

   An example of type , not Hull No 129  Alison Jill.

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