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"Lalee", Fox 'Revelry' Twin Screw Diesel Yacht Lying  Suffolk

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24,950  Sold - More craft like this required.

Lalee is a twin screw diesel yacht designed and built by C.H. Fox and Son Ltd, Ipswich in 1962. She is carvel constructed of Mahogany planking on Oak frames with a long, deep, Mahogany keel for directional stability in a seaway.  Underwater sections have been Cascover sheathed from new. 

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She has a varnished Mahogany superstructure and offers comfortable accommodation for up to five with standing headroom throughout.  

Her two Perkins 4.108 48 hp diesels were installed new in 1993 and have only done approximately 250 hours since. They have been regularly serviced.

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  31ft 8ins 9.65
Waterline Length  29ft 5ins 8.96
Beam  10ft 3ins 3.12m
Draft  3ft 7ins 1.09m
Displacement 9.15tons 9,300kg
Ballast  2 tons 2,030kg



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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996 or +44 1206 305 996
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In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted.