A remarkable boat built by Skentlebury of Plymouth in 1938 and sister ship to Tom Tit the famous little Dunkirk ship. Ideal for this area or equally at home on inland waters, viewing is highly recommended, you dont get them like this any more.
Right forward heads compartment with Baby Blake sea water toilet. Galley to port and starboard forward of saloon with stainless steel sink with drainer, twin burner gas cooker with griddle and oven, skylight. Saloon with port and starboard settee/berths, the backrests also lift out horizontally and form two more berths, twin skylights in saloon.
Mechanical and Rigging
Conventional long keel with round bilge. Teak planked carvel 7/8"th fastened to closely spaced steamed American Elm ribs, copper fastened. Stem, keel, engine beds and floors all oak. Oak deck beams, pine stringers and teak planked decks. Cockpit coaming and interior fit out all teak.External lead ballast keel fastened with steel bolts. Twin Albin diesels each 18hp driving 3 bladed propellers. Water inlet strainers. 12v batteries
Steering compass, Garmin 250 Fishfinder/depth. Bilge pump, barometer, klaxton, navigation lights, anchor and chain, 3 brass paraffin lamps, fire blanket, fire extinguishers. Cockpit/saloon table.
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