60ft Schooner, Husks of Wivenhoe, 1882

MUCH  REDUCED

Asking Price: £90,000 GBP
Location:Walton on the Naze, N. Essex  GB
Builders: Husks of Wivenhoe,  River Colne
Year: 1882
Condition: Rebuilt and maintained, requires cosmetic  Spring refit a repaint of decks, capping rail.  An ongoing project.
Category: Traditional Sail
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Full Keel

Description

A beautiful Classic ship, a 60ft wooden schooner. twin masted with Gardner diesel engine. She has always been in private ownership for over 30years used as a pleasure vessel.

they have re decked her twice and totally reworked in the accommodation. She is very roomy inside with excellent headroom throughout. A few surviving original features. Last in dry dock in September 2017 to have a couple of planks replaced on the waterline.

Historic records and letters  kept from Lloyd’s to verify her long history.

Measurements

Nominal Length: 18.29 m
Length Overall: 24.38 m
Length Of Deck: 17.68 m
Length At Water Line: 16.46 m

Beam: 3.81 m
Draft: 2.29 m
Max Draft: 2.29 m

Specifications

Fuel Tank Capacity: 120 gallons
Water Tank Capacity: 80ltrs
Displacement: 27 tonnes
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Engine Power: 127 hp
Number of Engines: 1

Accommodation

Berths: 8
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Passenger Capacity: 12

Builder/Designer

Builder: James Husk of Wivenhoe
Designer: James Husk
Boat Name: Comus

Hull

Hull Material: Wood, carvel planked
Hull Design: Displacement
Hull Speed: 8: knots

Engine

Engine Model: Gardner 6LXB
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Description: Gardner 6 LXB six cylinder. from new approx 20years old . Very little work.
Sited amidships under the companionway ladder.
Electric start. Gauges and controls under the central skylight on the forward bulkhead.
Tiller steering aft.
Auto Velvet drive gear box. Indirect cooling system
Engine Transmission Description: Shaft drive

Additional Description

Built by James Husk ‘s of Wivenhoe on the river Colne, Essex
Cast Iron and concrete as ballast. She draws 8ft and has the under water shape similar too the Cutty Sark.

Her sizable frames are in the most part doubled up some strengthened with iron belts. An Elm Keel,
Present deck in very good order is double skinned marine ply which is sheathed and painted.
2 keel stepped solid wooden varnished/oiled masts and spars.
Accommodation: Over 6ft 2ins headroom

Berth Lengths 6ft 6ins
Gas stove
Domestic fridge 240
Upholstery made to measure
All utensils and equipment included

Navigation Equipment:

Tiller steering
Echo sounder
Radar Reflector
Navigation lights
Anchor light

Safety Equipment:

Lifebuoy/belt
Life jackets
Gas Detector
Fire extinguishers
Smoke detector