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1959 Arthur Robb Ramrod

US$ 116,564*
Belgium
Interested in this boat? Tel: +31(0)637139954
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Year:
1959
Length:
45'
Engine/Fuel Type:
/
Located In:
Belgium
Hull Material:
Wood
YW#:
80678-3121665
Current Price:
EUR  99,500 (US$ 116,564) 

Ramrod was build in 1959 by Port Hamble marine in Hamble-le-Rice (United Kingdom) for Selwyn Slater and R. McLoughlin. The yacht has been designed by the late Arthur C. Robb (1908-1969), who designed in 1954 the de cutter Uomie for Selwyn. the Uomie was a good ship, and and was part of the three of the most famous ocean races of that period: the Fastnet race, the Bermuna race and the Sydney Hobart. The racer Ramrod has as a further development of the Uomie also excellent sailing capabilities. In 1959 won this yacht the second edition of the Admirals Cup, together with two other English boats, the Myth of Malham and the Griffin II.

The Ramrod is build of double sheeted Makoré (an African hardwood) on oak stringers. The ship has a traditional S-bilge with lead keel ballast with rudder attached.

This unique classic racer is now for sale. The hull and deck have been completely restored en are in excellent condition. There is a separate steering cockpit at the back and another for the crew. Under deck there is room for 8 with ample room in the sitting area, a galley and a Chart table and heads compartiment.

New Nanni diesel, 37 Hp.

Comments Broker: Beautiful designed classic wooden racer. Unique and historic yacht.

General
Length: 13.75 m
Width: 3.30 m
Draught: 2.30 m
Designer: Arthur Robb
Shipyard: Port Hamble
Shipyard location: Southhampton
Hull shape: s-shaped
Hull colour: white
Hull material: wood
Deck colour: grey
Deck construction: wood
Cockpit: stern cockpit
Material: wood
Ballast (ton): 5
Displacement (ton): 15
Keel/Leeboard: full keel
Steering system: wheel
Vertical clearance (cm): 1800
Max draft (cm): 230

Accommodation
Saloons: 2
Headroom (cm): 185
Cabins: 1
Berths: 6
Extra berths: 1
Hot water
Running water: electronic
Toilets: 1
Cooking fuel: gas
Oven
Heating: Hot air

Engine, electrics
Type: inboard
Engine brand: Nanni
Year engine: 2004
Number of engines: 1
Number of cylinders: 4
Power (hp): 37
Engine hours: 400
Fuel: diesel
Transmission: shaft
Propulsion: screw
Cooling system: indirect
Fuel tank capacity (litre): 120
Battery
Battery charger
Voltage: 12V

Navigation and electronics
Navigation lights
Log/speed
Depth gauge
Autopilot
GPS
VHF
Shortwave radio

Rig and sails
Number of masts: 1
Sailplan type: cutter
Spars material: aluminium
Main sail
Try sail
Jib
Storm jib
Genoa
Manual winches

Equipment
Anchor: 2
Anchor windlass: manual
Anchor connection: Chain
Sprayhood
Outdoor cushions
Covers
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit
Dinghy
Outboard engine
Fenders, lines

Safety
Bilge pump
Bailer

New liferaft




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