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An ideal first boat for those with a small family wishing to discover the pleasures of a safe and stable weekend cruiser.
|Designer: Robert Tucker|
|Builder: N B Yachts Ltd|
|Length Overall||19 0||5.80 metres|
|Beam||7 8||2.34 metres|
|Draught||2 0'||0.60 metres|
|G. R. P. hull and deck originally manufactured in Lloyds approved factory 1979.|
|Bilge Keel and Skeg.|
|Stainless steel pull / push pit and stanchions.|
|Teak grab rails.|
|Stainless steel transom boarding ladder.|
|Anodised alloy with stainless steel rigging.|
|New standing rigging 1995.|
|Slab reefing Mainsail,|
|Genoa with furling reefing.|
|New Boom Cover in 2001.|
|8 H.P. Mariner outboard mounted in ventilated well.|
|New Plastimo Compass|
|Nasa Log / Depth unit.|
Spacious with high combings and ample storage in the seat locker and under the sole. There is a safety harness shackling point and gas bottle and water container stowage.
The cockpit locker houses the battery, boat hook, warps, and fenders. There is a bow locker with anchor and chain.
There are 4 berths in an open plan layout, one each to port and starboard with a double in the fore-peak. A sea toilet is housed in a compartment underneath the forward berths. There is a functional galley with cooker, sink and storage. A stowable saloon table doubles as a chart table. The berth cushions were re-covered and the headlining was replaced in 2003.
We have loved this boat as though she were one of our children. It is unfortunate that she hasnt grown as they have and we reluctantly must move on to a larger vessel.
She is currently located on the South coast near Chichester.
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