Price: £3,500 GBP
Boat Name: Candy
Location: Steeple, Essex, GB
Condition: well maintained
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Centreboard Keel
Built 1960. No 1 of the Mapleleaf design built in Poole by Chandler and Smith. A robust clinker wooden displacement hull. She has the most basic of inventory’s but the owner has maintained her ,kept her in commission . She is on a swinging mooring “ready to go”. Traditional rig with tan terylene sails. Rigged as a Bermudian cutter, furling gear to the head sails.
She has a fixed bowsprit.
Her accommodation is roomy. there is a dinette which converts to a double with a single settee berth opposite. in the fore peak there is the heads, a hatch to the fore deck. hanging space for the wet weather gear. and a pipe cot for the sail stowage. Generous headroom of 5ft 11in the galley and chart doghouse, slightly less as you come forward.
Varnished wooden spars.
Inboard Petter 6hp diesel engine.
Length Overall: 6.96 meter
Length At Water Line: 5.41 meter
Beam: 2.31 meter
Draft: 1.52 meter
Keel Up: 0.71 meter
Fuel Tank Capacity: 5 gallon
Water Tank Capacity: 10 gallon
Cruising Speed: 4 knots
Engine Power: 6
Number of Engines: 1
Builder: Chandler & Smith of Poole
Designer: Chandler & Smith
Boat Name: Candy
Hull Design: Displacement
Hull Speed: 5 knots
Engine Model: Petter
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Description: Present owner installed a reconditioned Petter 6hp single cylinder.
12v battery start.
Engine Transmission Description: Shaft drive
Construction: Clinker mahogany planking with steamed oak frames.
Deck is ply over a T&G pine sub structure, Paint finish
Fixed flat head bowsprit
Deck stepped mast in metal tabernacle. teak laid decks
Hard wood accommodation coach roof and sides varnished and paint finish
Large deep open aft cockpit
Accommodation: Berths in the fore peak have been removed to open the cabin so that the heads are in there along with a wet hanging space and a pipe cot for the stowage of her sails etc.
Heads to port ( sea toilet)
Bulkhead under the mast deck. In the saloon there is a single settee berth with the dinette opposite (this lowers to makes a small double) The galley is a U shape to port with a bar, stainless sink, gas cooker with over, gas bottle stowed on deck
Chart table /navigation station to starboard of the companion way.
An open aft large cockpit with seating (stowage under)
Sails: Varnished pine mast, boom and bowsprit.
Tan terylene mainsail with roller reefing
and jib all tan sails on furling gear.
a pair of sheet winches.
Navigation Equipment: tiller steering
Garmin chart plotter
Ensign staff and holder
Safety Equipment: Pushpit and pulpit
horseshoe life ring
Disclaimer: The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, these particulars are not a part of any contract or offer. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business . The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and/or mechanical & electrical.