Price: 395000 SEK
Location: Öckerö, Mid West Coast.
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Full Keel
29ft GRP Gaff Cutter. 1992 hull by Mssrs. Tyrell and Young, taken from the mould of an original smack yacht SECRET, 1932. Her fitting out was completed by the renowned shipwrights Cyril and Sean White of Brightlingsea, Essex, the whole project of her build was overseen by the yacht designer/ surveyor John Leather.
In 1999 a Yanmar GM20, two cylinder 18hp diesel engine was installed. She was launched in 2000 and then SOLD away to Sweden in 2001.
She has been a prize winner with the UK Old Gaffer Association meets, as well as winning Concourse trophies
She has been sailed every year on the West coast of Sweden each winter spent stored away in a boat shed.
Nominal Length: 8.70 meter
Length Overall: 12.00 meter
Length Of Deck: 8.70 meter
Length At Water Line: 7.05 meter
Beam: 2.59 meter
Draft: 1.20 meter
Air Draft: 11.00 : meter
Max Draft: 1.20 meter
Fuel Tank Capacity: 20 : gallon
Water Tank Capacity: 20 : gallon
Displacement: 5.00 : kilogram
Engine Power: 18
Number of Engines: 1
Passenger Capacity: 4
Builder: C & S White of Brightlingsea
Designer: Tyrell and Young
Boat Name: BEE
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Design: Displacement
Engine Model: GM2 Yanmar
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Description: Installed new in 1999 2GM twin cylinder Yanmar diesel engine.
Not used until 2001.
Folding multi propeller
Engine Transmission Description: Shaft drive
Construction: GRP hull, wooden decks coach roof and cockpit all epoxy sheathed and painted.
open deep aft cockpit.
Accommodation: 2 berths (makes up to a double) and heads in the fore peak
Opposing settee berths.( 1 full length the other child size. Solid fuel stove against the forward bulkhead.
Small galley area, with cool box,stainless sink gas hob and other galley equipment.Purpose bulit stowage cupboards and shelving.
Engine sited under the companionway steps.
Sails: Sails by James Lawrence of Brightlingsea. 3 of traditionally made by East Coast Sails. Cream and white in colour.
Wyckham Martin bronze furling gear on the head sails.
A wardrobe of 10 sails in number.(includes six head sails) and top sail.
Solid Spruce mast, Keel stepped, gaff and boom and the bowsprit.
Four Lewmar winches 16, Bronze anchor winch and 2 x halyard winches.
Navigation Equipment: Autohelm tridata with echosounder, speed and log.
Apelco VXE200 VHF
Staff and holder.