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Waypoint Yacht Brokers Ltd
Tumbler is a Rummer Yawl designed by Kim Holman, built by H King and Sons, Ipswich in 1962. Holman designed the original yacht for himself and raced her for several seasons in Class 111 with notable success.
The design demonstrates some American influence in her greater beam for a 24’ water-line length than was normal in English yachts at the time with almost the same beam at waterline as at deck level and generous freeboard thus giving volume to the cabin. In addition Holman gave her quite a full bilge, kept her draft to a minimum, gave her a ballast ratio in excess of 40% and kept a low aspect to the rig, all quite innovative at the time. A very sweet lift to the counter and a rising sheer forward give the hull a most attractive line.
Although Kim Holman declared that he designed the yacht to cruise rather than race, she showed her performance in many races An attractive benefit of this design is the interior volume and feel of space in the cabin and the low aspect, cutter-headed yawl rig makes her very manageable for a light crew
Fully Battened Mainsail with Slab Reefing
Furling Genoa (sailspar)
Jib 1, 2 & 3
All sails are in good condition, except the Trisail which is in excellent condition
B&G Zeus 2 Chart table and repeater in Cockpit
VHF Icom IC-M506EURO
Radar B&G Broadband 4G
Hand held GPS;
Fusion Radio with bluetooth, USB and separate volume ability for cockpit and Saloon.
First aid kit,
4 man life raft
hand held battery VHF,
2 x Lifebouy
Victron, Phoenix Battery Charger
3 x 12v Batteries
Gas Locker - 2 x Cylinders
2 x Manual Bilge Pumps
1 x Elictric Bildge Pumps
Galvanised CQR with 180ft of chain
Spare anchor chain
2019 new prop shaft and stern gland, re alignment of prop shaft, servicing and refurbishment of engine and gearbox,
new injectors 2018 and other work done also.
Mizzen chain plates replaced 2014
Tumbler is a beautiful boat in good condition. The electronics are modern and comprehensive. She has just arrived back from an extended refurbishment exercise and she is looking stunning, both above and below decks. The vendor is requiring the berths for his new boat