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Boat Name: Jenner
Location: Ashore Fambridge, Essex, UK
Category: Traditional Sail
Class: Gaff Cutter
Heard 28, a Falmouth Working Boat, built by Martin Heard. Gaff cutter rigged with large racing rig, stowable bowsprit 13.5 ft. Originally built as an open boat for racing, sail No:42 a Falmouth racing number. The extended cabin coachroof was added to convert her into a comfortable cruiser. Coachroof extend as far forward as the mast, so allows 6ft plus headroom throughout the accommodation, that goes for the lengths of the berths too, well over 6ft…. GRP hull, epoxy coated below the waterline and copper coated, wooden decks and coach roof.
Four berths in two cabins, galley with Taylor s paraffin cooker (2 hob and oven) and sink, chart table, hanging locker, heads- Jabsco manual toilet, Taylor s 079D diesel cabin heater.
Range of sails including top sail. Perkins Perama M30 Diesel engine with new gearbox 2012. Topsides and all external brightwork carried outAutunm 2014. Hull colour: Black
Keel type: Full long keel
Displacement: 9 tons
Water capacity: 70 Litres
Morse controls ZF12M – Hurth HBW 125 Gearbox (New 2012)
Electrics: Sterling Alternator to Battery Charger charging: Engine battery 65Ah (unknown age appears to be in good condition) Domestic battery 120Ah (unknown age, probably nearing end of working life) LED port and starboard (on rigging mounted boards) and stern navigation lights; incandescent steaming light Separate riding light (with LED bulb) to hang in fore triangle
Galley: Taylor s 030 Paraffin cooker (2 hobs and oven) Sink with manual brass water pumps supplied by 70 litre flexible water tank (under port fore-cabin berth)
Main cabin: Taylor s 079D diesel cabin heater (currently gravity fed, electric pump supplied for supply from main diesel tank) 4 cabin lights CD/RDS Radio, Brass clock.
Twp long opposing single settee berths lockers for stowage beneath and behind.
Heads/hanging locker: Jabsco manual sea toilet (no holding tank). Hanging hooks. Ceiling light
Forecabin: Reading lights, Lewmar hatch (some crazing but serviceable), large and long double berth. Berth mattress required.
Ground tackle and mooring equipment:Bower anchor (20kg CQR with approx 55m chain. The bitter end lashed to eye in the chain locker Kedge anchor (Brittany type) with 5m chain leader and nylon cable) Fenders Warps
Large teak topped cockpit lockers and deep lazerette in the aft deck. Boom gallows.
Two part tarpaulin covers to protect from the elements.
Sails & Spars: Rig: Gaff cutter
Stainless steel standing rigging (date unknown) Hanked on stay sail Wykeham-Martin furling gear on Jib. Jib halyard double-ended with purchase Port and Starboard topping lifts on tackles Sails Range of sails including topsail, condition mixed. Main sail recently overhauled and in reasonable condition. Main = 35 sq m (battened with 3 reefs) with new sail cover 3 jibs. Large = 23 sq m. Working = 13 sq m. Storm = 7 sq m 4 staysails. 2 x 13 sq m. former jib from a Soling, with one reef = 13 sq m. Storm staysail = 5 sq m Topsail = 7 sq m
Navigation Equipment: Standard Horizon CP180 GPS Chart Plotter with recent chart chip, Navman DSC VHF radio, Navman M100 depth/log depth/log ,Compass (bulkhead mounted in cockpit) Raymarine Autohelm (not connected and never used by us therefore condition unknown; most, if not all, parts included)
Safety equipment: 3 fire extinguishers 1 fire blanket Manual bilge pump in cockpit locker Radar reflector Life ring and separate floating beacon
Length Overall: 8.53 m, Beam: 2.90m, Max Draft: 1.52m
Hull Design: Displacement
Hull Speed: 7 knots
Engine Model: Perkins Perama M30
Fuel Type: Diesel,Engine Power: 30
Number of Engines: 1
Sited under the cockpit. Good access to front face of engine behind companionway ladder.