24ft Fishing motor boat, wooden river cruiser

Price Details

Price: £3,950 GBP
Location: nr. Maldon Essex, CM9
Year: 1977

Builders: Gerald Pearn, Looe, Cornwall
Condition: Good, paintwork requires some touching up.
Category: Power
Class: Power Cruisers
Keel Type: Full Keel

Description

24ft Carvel wooden fishing / pleasure boat.
Built in Looe, Cornwall. Age unknown. A forward cabin, semi covered wheelhouse.
Central engine box. Open aft cockpit with bench surround seating. Cockpit to wheelhouse roof, a fully fitted PVC cover ( keeping the worst of the elements out.)
All surfaces are painted and in pretty good order, she is kept on the water on a mud berth. Automatic bilge pump with small solar panel.
Cabin has twin berths with an infill, good fabric covered berth cushioning. PVC covered cockpit cushions.
A substantial electric windlass for winding up the anchor, bringing in the pots etc.
Engine has been regularly started.

  

Length

Length Overall: 7.32 m
Length At Water Line: 7.01 m

Measurements

Beam: 2.44 m
Draft: 0.91 m
Max Draft: 0.91 m

Specifications

Fuel Tank Capacity: 60litres
Displacement: 3.00tonnes
Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Engine Power: 43hp
Number of Engines: 1

Accommodation

Berths: 2
Cabins: 1
Passenger Capacity: 4

Builder/Designer

Builder: Gerald Pearn, Looe, Cornwall
Boat Name: Carling

Hull

Hull Material: Wood
Hull Design: Displacement
Hull Speed: 8: knots

Engine

Engine Model: BMC
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Transmission Description: Stern drive

Construction:

Carvel stripped planked wooden construction.
Open back, cuddy cabin forward.
Standing headroom at the helm under a semi shelter deck.
Rudder hung from the transom.

Accommodation:

Small opening portlights in the cabin sides. Small access from cockpit door for privacy. All painted out.
Good berth cushions, Storage beneath the berths
Equipment: Main anchor and chain.
electric windlass sited beside the helm position, enables easy lifting of an anchor. Chain runs across the fore deck to a bow roller fitting.
Seagull outboard.
Outboard bracket on the transom
Selection of fenders and warps.

Navigation Equipment:

wheel steering from the helm.
Engine gauges on a forward dash.
Glazed forward facing spray screen
Navigation lights. ( p & S.White steaming light, Anchor.)
Radio aerial on wheelhouse roof ( can be lowered)

Safety Equipment:

Grab rails fixed to the wheelhouse roof.
Boarding ladder.
Large manual Whale pump. Solar powered Automatic bilge pump.
Large galvanised steel pulpit around the bow.
Horseshoe life buoy