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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Scotland, United Kingdom
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- Current Price:
- £ 98,000 (US$ 152,116)
Laurent Giles Dorus Mohr ketch, another superb powerful yacht from this famous yacht designer. The first of 4 to be built, the original construction of this yacht was no expense spared, all teak hull, decks and superstructure. 4 cylinder Gardner engine. 4 berths in 2 luxurious double cabins, plus settee berth in the saloon. Good 2010 survey report. This is a very comprehensively equipped yacht in extremely smart condition and ready to go. A better example you will not find.
Contact: Richard Gregson 01803 833899/07886 081657
Please contact at +44 (0)1803 833899
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Port Hamble Ltd
Designer: J. Laurent Giles
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Hull Shape: Displacement
Beam: 12 ft 2 in
LWL: 38 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 49 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Total Power: 56 HP
Engine Brand: Gardner
Engine Model: 4LW
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 56 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (280)
Fuel Tanks: (134)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
Autopilot - Autohelm 7000
VHF - Navico. XM DSC.
Depthsounder - Autohelm
Plotter - Garmin
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger - Numar
Hot water - Valiant gas heaters
Heating - Eberspacher warm air and Shipmate solid fuel.
Shore power inlet
Liferaft - 6 man
Tender - Plastimo 240 + Tohatsu outboard
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
A classic Jack Laurent Giles design, the first of 4 that were been built to this design.
Built by Port Hamble Ltd, in 1961. This is a top quality and very expensive original construction in all teak hull, deck and superstructure.
She has had a recent refit, autumn 2010 and is looking very smart indeed.
The hull is planked in teak, all copper and bronze fastened to heavy oak frames with twin steamed intermediates
Oak floors on the heavy frames, galvanised straps on the steamed timbers.
Lead keel, bronze keel bolts.
Extra thick sheer strake in classic Laurent Giles style with gold cove line.
Exceptionally fair hull.
Solid yacht-laid teak deck, caulked and payed with varnished king plank and cover-boards and deep varnished teak toe rail.
Stainless steel stanchions, pulpit and push-pit.
Delta plough anchor self-stows in a stemhead fitting.
Danforth bower anchor self stows in a hawse in the stbd bow with stainless steel protection plate.
Superstructure in 4 parts:
a shallow coach-roof over the fore cabin, galley and fwd heads:
the next step up over the sunken deck saloon
step up to the wheel shelter over the midships cock-pit
after coach-roof over the aft cabin.
The coamings are in varnished teak with chromed port holes and window frames.
Varnished grab rails on the coach-roof decks
Fine chromed vents on Dorade boxes.
Modern Lewmar style flush deck hatch on the fore deck.
Perspex roof in the wheel shelter allows the helmsman to see the sails above.
Bermudian ketch rig on varnished spruce masts and spars.
The main mast is stepped on the forward coach-roof with a steel tube compression post
below. Single spreaders with jumper struts above.
Stainless steel rigging with swaged terminals and bronze rigging screws to internal
stainless steel chain plates.
Twin lowers and cap shrouds, twin fore stays to the stemhead, twin standing back-stays.
Twin topping lifts to the main boom which stows in a crutch on the wheel-house roof.
Main boom 3-point attachment sheet on the after coach-roof.
The mizzen mast is stepped through the aft deck.
Cap shrouds round twin forward swept spreaders, twin well-spaced lowers, twin standing
back-stays to the push-pit.
Mizzen boom sheets to the push-pit.
3 x Barlow 26 top action sheet winches on the after coach-roof under the wheel shelter.
Pair of captive wire and brake halyard winches on the main mast take the headsail and
main sail halyards.
Single top-action Lewmar winch on the main mast.
Mizzen mast halyard winch.
Mainsail with lazy jacks and sail cover
Mizzen with lazy jacks and sail cover
Gardner 4LW 56hp 4-cyl diesel engine with Gardner gear-box to centre-line 3-blade
Fresh water cooled with remote header tank.
Remote heat exchanger.
Borg Warner Velvet Drive gear box allows very smooth gear change.
Separate gear and throttle controls.
Fuel 603 litres
Water 1278 litres.
Engine start 2 x 12v
Service 4 x 12v
Numar battery charger
4 berths + saloon settee.
V-berths in for cabin.
Centre bulkhead door to passageway with stbd heads and port galley.
The heads compartment has a Blake sea toilet with varnished teak seat, porcelain hand
Basin and shower. Teak grating shower tray. Paloma gas bulkhead mounted water heater.
Galley with Plastimo Neptune 2500 2 burner grill and oven gas cooker, new 2010, sink,
fridge and Valiant gas water heater on the bulkhead.
Steps up to the saloon with U-shaped dinette to port upholstered in blue fabric around the
double drop leaf teak table.
Chart desk/side-board down to stbd side with drawers and cupboards under and stowage
under the side deck.
Shipmate stainless steel sold fuel cabin heater on the fwd bulkhead with flue to deck,
tiles on the bulkhead behind.
Beautiful varnished teak joinery, glinting brass of lamps, clock and barometer.
Centre-line step up to the cock-pit with port helm and helmsman’s seat. Seat lockers each
From the saloon, steps down in the after stbd corner to a passageway through to the aft
Lockers to stbd under the side deck. Engine room to port.
Aft cabin with port and stbd berths, dressing table between.
Hanging locker in the fwd stbd corner by the door, heads compartment in the forward
port corner with Blake sea toilet, porcelain hand basin, shower with hot water from
Valiant gas waster heater on the bulkhead.
All original varnished mahogany joinery with drawers under the generous berths.
XM DSC VHF
Garmin 65 GPS
Garmin Map 185 chart plotter
Autohelm 7000 auto-pilot
Autohelm speed indicator
Autohelm depth sounder
Autohelm wind indicator
Autohelm electronic compass
Clock and barometer
Eberspacher warm air cabin heater.
Kent Clearview screen
Vetus 24v windlass
Danforrth bower anchor
Delta kedge anchor
Plastimo 240 RIB with Tohatsu o/b engine
S/s davits over the stern
6-man life raft
2 x life buoys with lights
Manual and 12v bilge pumps
Plastimo MOB rescue sling.
Warps and fenders
An exceptionally fine and practical classic yacht.
Inspected spring 2011.
2010 survey report.
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