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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Shepperton, Surrey, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 23,750 Tax Paid (US$ 31,331)
The Norfolk Gypsy is an ideal trailer sailer and an easily handled weekend cruiser, with overnight accommadtion for 2 adults in the cabin. Designed and built on the Broads, she has an easily stepped and lowered mast for bridges (under full sail if you want to be ambitious!) with a great little shaft drive inboard diesel engine for motor sailing.
The lifting keel opens up an even greater sailing area within harbours and shallow water. Just as much at home on the open sea or on the Solent, West Country or Scottish Isles and available with road trailer if you want to go exploring.
Inland Boat Safety Certificate.
Seraph is an excellent example of this model. Not to be missed if you are looking for a quality classic in excellent condition, early viewing reccommended.
For further information and to arrange a viewing please conatct Darrel at our London & Thames Office on 01932 225034 or email email@example.com
Please contact at +44 (0) 1932 225 034
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 19 ft 10 in
Beam: 7 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 1 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 1 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 1430 lbs
Total Power: 10 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1996
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 10 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fuel Tanks: (10 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Manual bilge pump
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Norfolk Gypsy is a 20’ gunter rigged yacht. Considerable use of traditional brass, bronze and galvanised steel fittings, hardwood for exterior trim, oak and teak for interior trim and spruce spars combine together with the use of best quality resins, glass fibre and gelcoat (all hand laid) to produce a very low maintenance and immensely seaworthy yacht. She is equally suitable for exploring shallow tidal estuaries as for longer coastal passages in testing conditions. Her shallow draught and bilge runners also enable the boat to be beached without excessive heel.
To ensure stability, the Norfolk Gypsy combines heavy construction with internal ballast and a firm turn of the bilge. The modest high peaked gaff (gunter) rig has been designed to give excellent performance in both light airs and stronger winds and is easily handled in rough weather. The simple slab reefing system for the mainsail and the roller reefing system for the genoa provides fast and efficient reefing. The mainsail has been carefully cut to maximise windward performance. The Norfolk Gypsy can also be sailed on either mainsail or jib alone.
The centreboard is lowered and raised with a very high purchase drum winch - the control rope being led into the cockpit for ease of handling by the helmsman.
All deck surfaces have a moulded non-slip surface for safe working and the cabin top is fitted with 'Treadmaster' non-slip material. The forward deck has been lowered to provide a safe working area when handling the anchor. In this area there is a substantial wooden sampson post for mooring.
The cabin employs a conventional V-berth layout with the galley and WC aft., close to the main hatch. The deckhead of the cabin is constructed in balsa sandwich GRP. The cabin interior is fitted out in oak and teak with a white fibreglass cabin liner which incorporates the berths, galley, lockers etc. There are 6 brass port lights at eye height providing light and vision to both sides of the cabin and forward. The two forward port lights are opening to provide excellent ventilation throughout the cabin.
For auxiliary propulsion, the Norfolk Gypsy has the option of either an inboard diesel engine, a Yanmar 10 HP diesel, installed beneath the bridge deck, or an outboard engine mounted in a well at the aft end of the cockpit. Access to the inboard engine is under the hinged step over the engine with space for maintenance when required.
The boat has been designed specifically to be trailable and is very easy to launch and recover.
- Heavy duty hand laid hull and deck in GRP
- Varnished spruce spars (mast, boom, gaff and bowsprit)
- Stainless steel standing rigging
- Best quality pre-stretched polyester running rigging
- Heavy duty tan terylene mainsail and jib
- Slab reefing on mainsail
- Roller reefing on jib
- All halyards led back to cockpit
- Morse single lever gear/throttle control in cockpit
- Inboard engine installation flexibly mounted to ensure smooth and quiet running
- 6 brass portholes
- Lowered foredeck well for safe anchor handling
- Sampson post
- Two mooring cleats on aft deck
- Bronze fairleads on foredeck
- Adjustable jib tracks
- Galvanised tabernacle for easy mast lowering
- Non slip surfaces on all deck surfaces
- Fixed bilge pump
- Hardwood rubbing strakes, cockpit grating, bridge deck, grab rails and external trim.
- Oak tiller
- Built-in buoyancy
- Two full length adult berths in cabin (with cushions)
- 4 x 2 gallon water containers
- Large stowage lockers and shelves in cabin
- Wet oilskin and boot stowage
- Galvanised centreboard with winch
- Several very spacious cockpit lockers (with sealed lids)
- Cockpit seats drain outboard
- Bronze stem head roller and bowsprit cap
- Sacrificial anodes fitted to protect propeller/shaft and keel skeg
- Sheet horse with mainsheet jamming block
- Comprehensive Owners Manual with detailed sketches covering rigging, sailing and maintenance.
Directions to Thames Boat House on the River Thames, Shepperton
- From the north side of Walton Bridge (A244) take Russell Road (B375) west towards Shepperton Village and Chertsey. You will see the river on the left after half a mile, turn left into Sandhills Meadow and into the Boat Yard on your right or the Boat House on your left.. Post Code: TW17 9HY