Price: £10,000 GBP
Location: Pin Mill, nr Ipswich Suffolk GB
Make: Porter & Haylett, Wroxham, Norfolk
Condition: Well maintained, annually refitted engine serviced.
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Full Keel
28ft Laurent Giles “Peter Duck” design offers a safe and well maintained cruising vessel, well proven sea worthiness. A good sea boat for two to cruise in comfort.
In her present ownership she has been cruised single handed for several years.
She has spent the last season out of the water, undergoing some remedial deck works, some repainting. There were also defects in places to the
Cascover sheathing, on her underwater hull. This has now all been rectified and re antifouling has been done. Her masts have also been stepped.
Summers spent on a swinging mooring.
This example has many nautical miles under her belt. Her 2nd owner cruised extensively:
Out to the West Indies via the Canaries onto the USA and back to UK via Bermuda and the Azores, taking two years about it…..
In her present ownership for the last 15 years.
Nominal Length: 8.53m
Length Overall: 8.71m
Length At Water Line: 7.64m
Max Draft: 1.02m
Fuel Tank Capacity: 30 litres
Water Tank Capacity: 20litres
Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Engine Power: 37 hp
Number of Engines: 1
Passenger Capacity: 4
Builder: Porter & Haylett, Wroxham, Norfolk
Designer: Laurent Giles
Boat Name: Blue Scoter
Hull Material: Wood, Iroko planking on steamed Oak frames
Underwater hull was Cascover coated when built antifouling applied on top of this.
High bulwarks all round the decks.
Hull Design: Displacement, full keel
Hull Speed: 6: knots
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Description: Perkins 4108, 4 cylinder
37hp diesel engine. Electric start
Located under the companionway.
Tiller steering, deep open aft cockpit.
Triple bladed propeller
Hurth gear box
Bowman heat exchanger ( Indirect) : Shaft driven
Carvel planked built to Lloyds 100A1 specification. Sheathed below the waterline, when built.
Self draining cockpit. Long cast iron ballast keel Keel bolts replaced in 1994 (barring one)
All inspected in 2000. Lead pig internal trimming ballast.
Decks of marine ply sheathed and painted.cream.
Superstructure built in Iroko and sheathed and painted cream coach roof.
Good standing headroom through the accommodation.
Two generous sized twin berths in the fore peak cabin with full headroom.
Separate heads compartment with a Jabsco Par toilet and wash basin
In the saloon, opposing full length settee berths with drop leaf dining table.
Galley to starboard of the companionway with a double sink, calor gas double burner with grill. Isotherm built in refrigerator.
12v electrical system . 2 x Domestic batteries.
Chart table to Port. Removable cockpit table.
Taylors diesel heater sited against the forward bulkhead.
Pressurised water cold only to galley. Manual pump in the heads.
Main Delta Anchor and chain 30m of 9mm
Delt kedge anchor on chain and warp.
Manual anchor windlass on the fore deck.
Cockpit dodgers with her name on…
A good overall 3 part Winter cover
Fenders and mooring warps
Sails: Bermudan Ketch rigged.
Spars: By Proctor silver anodised alloy with the exception f the mizzen boom which is varnished wood. Deck stepped.
Slab reefing in the main sail Sailspar foil furling head sail
Stainless steel standing rigging Multiplait polyester running rigging.
2 x Barlow sheet winches, 2 x Barton halyard winches
Main sail and mizzen in serviceable condition white terylene.
Working jib, Genoa in good condition
Storm jib, cruising chute (Lazybones) of spinnaker like fabric, very good condition
A mizzen staysail, terylene and in very good condition.
Blue Canvas sail covers for the main and mizzen
Sestral steering compass
Raymarine tiller pilot
NASA depth sounder
NASA AIS receiver
VHF Radio with selcall
Ferdell Radar reflector
2 x manual bilge pumps.