1967, Kim Holman Design, built Whisstocks of Woodbridge, carvel Iroko, long straight keel, ketch, grp sheathed marine ply decks, wheel steering, short bowsprit, very capable cruising yacht extensively equipped including Aries windvane self steering, 2014 survey, 2016 Beta Marine Diesel. Loaded with gear and equipment for long term cruising.
1967. Carvel wooden construction of Iroko close spaced Canadian Rock Elm to a Kim Holman H30 design extended slightly, long straight keel, marine ply 1" decks have been GRP sheathed, white painted topsides and cream painted decks with varnished brightwork, bermudan masthead ketch rig, short bowsprit, wheel steering with 1/2 cockpit, 7 berths in 4 cabins with around 6ft headroom throughout.
Designed by Kim Holman and built by Whisstocks of Woodbridge, Suffolk. Part I British Registered number 309616. MMSI number 235014707. Call sign 2NFY.
LOA 46ft including bowsprit
Airdraft 46'9" with mast up
Displacement 14 Tons
Ballast 4.25 Tons - bolt on iron
Masthead Bermudan sloop rig with short bowsprit. IYE gold anodised spars, all standing rigging is 1 x 19 stainless steel with swage terminals, aluminium bronze rigging screws, both masts stepped in tabernacles.
Mainsail, Gowen, 2 reef, tan (good) - serviced and cleaned 2019
Jib, Gowen, tan (good)
Storm Jib, Gowens, tan (good)
Storm Trisail (Saunders, orange, 2019) with new mast track.
Genoa, Gowens, white (on Selden furler) (good with new uv strip)
Mizzen, Gowens, tan (good)
Mizzen staysail, white (fair)
Cruising chute with snuffer, Crusader (good)
Genoa (Stephen Ratsy), white furling (fair)
slab reefing to mainsail
running rigging all clean and in good order
sail covers for furling Genoa (sock), working Jib, main and mizzen all good
Selden 2005 roller furling to Genoa
Beta Marine 50hp inboard diesel fitted new in 2016. 300 engine hours winter 2020. 2:1 mechanical gearbox. 100 Amp alternator charging to 12 volt battery system. 3 blade 18 x 12 fixed propeller on new super duplex shaft. Freshwater heat exchanger. Single lever Morse control. New white metal bearing to stern tube. Maintenance free "Banjo" GRP seacocks. 34 gallon diesel tank with a consumption per hour of around 3/4 gallon.
4 x 110 amp/hr wet open cell Trojan deep cycle batteries (March 2015) and one 110 amp/hr engine start battery (2014). Mastervolt MAAS 60 3 stage battery charger. Engine alternator is a Driftgate 2000 3 stage system. Silent Wind 400w wind generator (new in box) with mizzen bracket. 2 x NASA battery state meters. Galvanic isolator for 240 volt system. 34 gallon fuel tank. 150w Weaco inverter. Studer 800w inverter (not yet wired). LED lighting. Honda generator 1kw for emergency use.
Wheel steering via wire and sheaths to quadrant under aft deck, pushpit, pulpit, stanchions and guardwires, sprayhood (new windows), 45lb Delta anchor new in 2014, 35lb Delta anchor, 60lb CQR anchor, 50lb Danforth anchor, 50lb fisherman anchor and 2 small Danforth anchors for dinghies, 30 fathoms of galvanised 10mm chain, chain anchor cable traveller, weights for above, one anchor ball and motor sailing cone, various shackles and chain hooks, manual anchor windlass with spare handle, spinnaker pole, 2 cockpit covers, 2 halyard winches on main mast, 4 sheet winches (including 2 Harken self tailing), one halyard winch on mizzen, covers for windlass, forehatch, cockpit dodgers port and starboard in beige, teak cockpit table, Aries windvane self steering, teak cockpit table, one set of fitted cockpit cushions, stainless steel bow ladder to attach to bowsprit, various fenders, mooring warps and short heavy winter warps, 2 fender boards, one boarding ladder. 9ft Avon sports boat with inflatable floors and folding oars, 8ft Yachting World Emma plywood dinghy with buoyancy and oars.
Sestrel Major steering compass, Axiom mini hand bearing compass, Sestrel Radiant hand bearing compass, ex Admiralty roller rule 15", 15" parallel rule, one pair of 7" dividers, one deviation card, 2 chart lights, Royal Mariner clock, Sestrel barometer, Weemsx Plath clock, 2 See Me Radar Plotting Boards, Furuno GPS 32, Furuno 1712 (mono) radar with 2nd handset in cockpit, Furuno auto horn/hailer/fog horn on mizzen mast, Furuno DSC/FM 2721 VHF radio with remote, handset and speaker, 2 x ICOM hand held VHF, Garmin hand held GPS 12, Vesper AIS transponder class B (Watchmate 850), NASA AIS, NASA Meteoman barograph, ICS Navtex 6 plus, Echomax radar transponder, Standard Horizon CP500 12" chart plotter, Standard Horizon CP180i 5" chart plotter as spare, Echo Pilot echo pilot/speedo/GPS repeater on console, Raymarine rudder indicator on console, Raymarine Fluxgate compass ST60 on console, Raymarine tiller pilot ST1000 (unused for Aries), Brookes & Gatehouse chronometer, electric horn, cockpit speaker, twin echo sounder transducers with auto changeover, twin speed transducers with Brookes & Gatehouse changeover switch, main VHF aerial, port, starboard and stern navigation lights, steaming light, tri colour masthead light and anchor light with LED bulb.
2 waterproof emergency torches, 4:1 purchase block and tackle for MOB recover and dinghy launch, first aid kit, Firdell radar reflector, ACR V4 EPIRB (April 2021), Ocean Signal EPIRB, Ocean Signal PLBI, emergency tiller, emergency VHF aerial in sealed tube, earthing ground plate, spare aries wind vanes, bilge pumps. 3 Crewsaver crewfit 150 life jackets in red, 1 x blue Crewsaver 275 lifejacket, 2 x 3 hook safety lines, one plastimo man over board buoy, 3 harnesses, assorted distress flares in containers, floating throwing ring and line, horseshoe life ring with light, KIM man overboard rescue sling, 3 ash boat hooks, stainless steel boarding ladder, Jackstay lifelines on side decks, galvanised bucket, 4 fire extinguishers (all new Feb 2015), one Aldis lamp, 2 fire blankets, one gas detector, Henderson manual bilge pump, smoke detector.
Her galley has a Nelson Propane gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill, 4 x 6kg Propane bottles with fitted gas detector, and bubble indicator, twin sinks. 12/24/240v fridge. Her forepeak has a Lavac marine toilet to port with cot berth space to starboard, hand basin with freshwater supply and 10 gallon holding tank below. Forward sleeping cabin with 2 wide berths, hanging locker to starboard, small sink to port, chart stowage above. Her main cabin has settee berths port and starboard and on the starboard side settee back lifts up to form a child berth. Storage beneath both bunks and behind. She has an Eberspacher D4 diesel heating system. Her freshwater capacity is 140 gallons in 4 tanks. Quarter berth to port and to starboard.
"Rosamaria" was built for Mr John Goldie who later co-founded "Tollesbury Marina" in Essex. She remained in the Goldie family until 20 years ago when her present owner purchased her. She is a fine sailing yacht with typical Holman lines and pleasing sheer. Her owner describes her as a traditional heavy, strong boat, at her best in a good blow. She has served the present owner well over the years and she will be missed dearly but tells us that age catches up with us all so now they are looking to downsize. Under previous ownership, Rosamaria sailed to the Baltic and to Santander and under present ownership has sailed between Scotland and Falmouth and over to Holland including the inland waterways. She is in commission afloat. Last survey 2014. Two of her sister ships are cruising in South America, a classic bluewater yacht with excellent British craftsmanship standing her in good stead for the future.