Boats for sale UK. Folk boat of Carvel hull finish for sale, this 26 foot folkboat is of mahogany on oak construction by Shepherds of Windermere in 1970. She has had love and attention lavished on her since and benefits from a replacement Yanmar 10hp marine diesel.Cover picture of her on Classic Boat and feature article. Aluminium gold anodised spars.Rebuild of coach roof etc making her watertight.Restoration by Adrian Donovan a Suffolk boat builder October 2010 survey will be made available to view. She is in fine order and typically of folk boat design look superb on the water, the design has developed over many years and is a safe sea kindly vessel. Just launched (August 2016)and available to view now.
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Marca del motor: Yanmar
Modelo del motor: 1GM10
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Hélice: Hélice 2 palas
Tipo de transmisión: Transmisión directa
Potencia del motor: 10 HP
Número de depósitos de combustible: 1
Número de literas simples: 2
Número de literas dobles: 1
Número de camarotes: 2
Número de aseos: 1
Sliding companionway hatch leads to steps down into this charming interior.. Linear single berths on port and starboard sides with a V berth in forward cabin via small corridor formed by marine head compartment to starboard and a large hanging locker with lower stowage holding.
Steps lead from saloon out to a good size cockpit via the engine box with removable top and front for access.
Linear galley to starboard adjacent to companionway.
Switchgear and Icom 1G VHF with DSC on portside bulkhead adjacent to companionway.
Light brown recent fabric upholstery seats. Stowage under seating and hull cave lockers too.
Beamed cabin roof adds vintage feel and style. The craft has a good well looked after charm and recent interior lights complete this impression.
Plastimo bulkhead compass in cockpit
Clipper Depth, Speed and log instrument head also bulk head mounted on opposite port side of the cockpit/ Long wood tiller.
Garmin GPS 72H
Full instrument switchboard in saloon.
VHF ICOM 1G -M411 dsc.
Yanmar Marine diesel 10hp. to shaft.
25 feet, 4 berths carvel built Folk Boat commissioned in 1970 by Shepherds of Windermere.
Restoration years: 2010/2011
Shortlisted for ‘Restoration of the year’ award shortlist (6 pages in Classic Boat Magazine January 2011 and on front cover)
Was bought 19/08/2014 and restored over 2 years (2009-2010) by Adrian Donovan (Suffolk Boat builder)
Traceable previous owners
Survey available by Brown and Overbury in July 2010
SSR144207 registered up to 21/07/2020
Registered with the Folkboat Association as Viking Bird 509
Original Albin petrol engine was replaced by a Yanmar 10 HP diesel engine.
Equipped with all modern facilities: GARMIN GPS 72H + VHF + lights, etc
Carvel construction mahogany on oak
Cockpit roof was completely rebuilt and whole boat made seaworthy with aluminium mast fitted.
Sail area: 258 sq F
Original sails available although main sail in need of TLC
Rigging & Sails
Running Rigging 6 years old.
Standing Rigging 6 years old.
Topping lift, 2015.
Genoa, Storm Jib, Mainsail all original and serviced regularly, but virtually unused as craft layed up for 40 years, until major refit and re build 2 years ago.
New guard wires and stanchions 2014.
Hull, Deck, Safety & Canvas
2 x automatic bilge pumps.
1 x manual bilge pump.
Hull is Carvel laid mahogany on oak, varnish finish to hull and joinery topsides.
Note a post rebuild survey report is available for viewing..
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