This Heard 28 is one of a kind, she was lavishly fitted out when first built in 1982 and fitted out by a Wadebridge shipwright, in Iroko Mahogany and teak, everything is substantially built and of real quality. Many fittings are solid bronze or brass, these materials are materials that you just would not have on a modern build!
The teak lantern forehatch has recently be fully refurbished with new seals and re-varnished, there is a brass Victory heater that can provide warmth in the main cabin and a hot water supply from a Vailant waterheater.
Descending into the saloon you have a feel of entering into a traditional gentlmans club, with the ambiance of the oil lamps mahogany, it has a real traditional feel.
She was built for a fastidious  ;owner who wanted a true classic passage making gaff rigging cruising yacht.
She is only in her second ownership from new and the first owner participated and won several Falmouth working boat regattas, he owned her for over thirty years, being regularly maintained by Tom Boatyard in Polruan.
She has original gelcoat finish with the underwater profile being coppercoat antifouled
The boat is currently lying ashore in the most beautiful place in Cornwall and the yard fees are paid until May 2016 for a new owner!
Sleeps six in one cabin and the saloon
Foreward cabin with double V berth
Saloon with single berth to starboard
Saloon with double berth to port
Saloon with C-shaped seating to port
Saloon settee seating to starboard
Aft quarter berth to port behing the chart table
Heads adjacent to forward cabin with marine toilet, shower and sink
Galley to starboard aft of the saloon, with a 2 burner hob, grill and gimballed oven, SS sink and various stowage
Stowe wind angle
Solid bronze steering compass
Chain and warp
Twin bow roller
Bronze samson post
Four x bronze sheet winches
Four x bronze sheet cleats
Bronze deck ventilators
Trickle feed solar panel
Solid wood beaching legs
Brass ships clock and barometer
Built by Martin Heard Mylor in 1982
Timber deck sheathed in GRP
Coachroof made in solid Iroko
Joinery in teak and Iroko
Solid bronze portlights, sampson post, mast support, fairleads and sheet winches
Long encapsulated lead keel (3.5 tonnes)
Transom hung rudder
The boat comes with the original moulding and build certificates
Perkins Perama, 40hp diesel engine (engine regularly serviced by marine professionals)
Three blade fixed pitch bronze propeller
Single lever morse control
Three x 12V batteries
Charged by engine alternator
Trickle feed solar panel
12V ancilary plug sockets in the cockpit and chart table
The hollow mast and spars were supplied by Noble masts in Bristol
Mast, top mast, boom, gaff and bow sprit made of pine
Stainless steel standing rigging , secured with traditional dead-eyes and landyards a system that is tried and tested for centuries
Single spreader rig
Galvinised tabernackle, thus allowing for easy lowering when required
Deck lights fitted to mast
All in good working condition