Price: £45,000 GBP
Location: Faversham, Kent GB
Design: Jack Francis Jones
Keel Type: Full Keel
Riduna was originally built to Lloyds 100 A1 specification. Currently in very good condition, professionally maintained and in full commission. Built for the East Coast, the design specification calls for a 4 berth vessel capable of North Sea crossings, able to explore inland waterways and capable of taking the ground. She tick all these boxes.
Her design had to be built around her two Ruston & Hornsby engines. They are sited amidships in the saloon and have been cleverly integrated creating a nav station on one side and good work surface and stowage opposite.
Generous headroom throughout her accommodation.
Helm position sited port side under a semi shelter deck. An optional fitted awning then covers then large open aft cockpit with surround seating.
She is a rather a unique vessel viewing is highly recommended.
Riduna offers the best of all worlds: sailing, cruising. Inland or at sea and comfortably copes with entertaining….a great ship.
Length Overall: 10.49m
Length At Water Line: 9.45m
Max Draft: 1.22m
Fuel Tank Capacity: 430 liters
Water Tank Capacity: 300 liters
Displacement: 0.00 : kilogram
Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Engine Power: 29 hp each
Number of Engines: 2
Builder: Colne Marine and Yacht Co
Designer: J Francis Jones
Boat Name: Riduna
Hull Material: Wood Carvel Teak Planking
Hull Speed: 7: knots
Engine Model: Ruston & Hornsby 3YCM
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Description: Wheel steering from helm position portside forward of the semi open deep cockpit.
Hydraulic steering and emergency tiller.
2 x bronze triple bladed propellers, approx 18 inch (contra rotating)
Engine Transmission Description: Shaft drive
Teak carvel planking on Canadian Rock Elm steam bent frames
natural teak deck colour below deck is largely original mahogany fit out.
Shelter deck semi open backed wheel house was added in the late 1980’s.
2 saloon settee berths, burgundy velour fabric covered upholstery and 2 V berths ( large double in the bow )
galley is forward and to starboard the
bathroom is opposite with full length doors which can be shut against the bulkhead making a much larger private space in the heads. Likewise in the galley the work surface opens up across the access to the forepeak giving more working area. Purpose built in stowage for the china and glass.
Central is a fixed drop leaf dining table with drawers and stowage.
Some wooden shutters on the ports giving privacy to the galley and heads, with sea toilet and wash basin.
The open semi wheelhouse was added in 1986 8 by Conyer Marine Ltd.
headroom: saloon from aft to bow 6 ft 2 inch – 6 ft 6 inch and 5 ft 10 inch in galley and heads. lower in fore cabin
6 ft berth lengths
diesel powered heater
manual water system
35lb CQR with galvanised 3/8 chain
fortress kedge anchor
Clock and barometer
screen wipers , pair of….
Sitka spruce mast and spars both painted white
deck stepped masts
Bermudan ketch rig
roller mainsail and headsail reefing
stainless steel standing rigging
polyester running rigging
1 x Enkes 10 ST halyard winch
2 x Enkes 18 sheet winches
Canvas main sail cover. Sacrificial stripe on the furled head sail. Light summer cover over the deck and coach roof..Fully fitted awning with large clear window, easily removed.
Furuno GP-32 GPS
Raymarine ST60+Depth and speed plus repeater in cockpit
ST 6002 Autopilot
All navigation lighting.
Two life belts
Avon Redstart inflatable
Stanchions and guard wires around the deck, pulpit and push pit