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  • Manufacturer: Folkboat
  • Location: Newcastle
  • Year: 1964
  • LOA: 26'3" (8.00m)
  • Beam: 7' 5'' (2.26m)
  • Berths: 4
  • Draft:
  • Keel: Long
  • ID no.: 1452
  • Cabins: 1
  • Watertank Size: 30 Litres
  • Engine Make: Yanmar 1GM10
  • Horsepower: 9hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 20 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 5
  • Top Speed: 6

Broker Remarks

Maggie is a classic Folkboat with a lot of charm. She has been well maintained and is in good overall condition. She was built in 1964 by an unknown builder, but has been constructed using quality materials and methods.


She has a double V berth forward with an infill section and two additional berths in the saloon. Also a hand pumped fresh water supply to a sink in a small galley area.

Mechanical and Rigging

Maggie is a wooden Bermudan sloop built to the popular Folkboat design in 1964. The hull is constructed in mahogany planking over oak timbers. The decks are GRP sheathed plywood with timber deckhouses. She has a cast iron ballasted long keel with wooden rudder.

She is powered by a Yanmar 1GM10 diesel engine (2000) through a shaft drive to fixed 3 bladed propellor.
The engine alternator charges the single 12V battery (2011).
The engine was last serviced June 2011.

Rigging and Sails:
She is franctionally rigged with stainless steel standing rigging, deck stepped gold anodised aluminium mast and boom with slab reefed main and roller furling headsail.
The sail wardrobe contains, mainsail (2010) and genoa (2010), spinnaker and storm jib.


B&G Network speed
Standard Horizon Plotter (2009)
Raymarine 54 DSC VHF
Raymarine ST1000+ autopilot
Anchor and chain
Navigation lights
Fenders x 6
Dodgers (2010)
Mainsail cover
Manual bilge pump

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