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Classic 28

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Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1959
Sales status:available
LOA:8.61 m/28 ft
Length:8.53 m/28 ft
Width:2.51 m/8 ft
KW:10.0 hp

<p>Classic 28ft 6 Tonner. A true classic yacht, built in 1959 by William King of Burnham-on-Crouch to an F.B.R. Brown design.&nbsp; Built to exacting standards for her owner with the very best materials.&nbsp; 3/4 inch teak planking on rock elm frames provide a sturdy and elegant foundation for this immaculate bermudian sloop.&nbsp;&nbsp; Designed as a boat that would sail upright, would not draw too much water, and would provide as much comfort as can be had in a 6 tonner.&nbsp; With beautiful lines and economical overhangs, Amble is a comfortable cruiser for three people.&nbsp; Fully restored in 2013, she is now offered with an impressive inventory and considered specification and is ready to sail away to be admired and enjoyed in equal measure.&nbsp; &pound;35,000</p>

<h3>Construction & Design</h3>
<p>In 1954 F.B.R. Brown designed the 6-ton Rundlet for himself, he wanted &ldquo;a boat that would sail upright, would not draw too much water, and would provide as much comfort as can be had in a 6-tonner.&rdquo;<br /><br />Amble is Rundlet&rsquo;s immediate successor and &ldquo;practically identical&rdquo; to her.&nbsp; The changes made were small but interesting.&nbsp; Though Amble has economical overhangs the counter is a little longer than Rundlet&rsquo;s.&nbsp; The alteration was made for the sake of appearance.<br /><br />Design <br /><br />The aim of the design is a comfortable cruiser for three people. Since the boat is under 24 ft L.W.L. and, therefore, too small for R.O.R.C. races, speed, both intrinsic and on R.O.R.C. rating, was left to take care of itself.&nbsp; Speed, in a yacht, is never to be despised, and efficiency of rig and saving of unnecessary weight have not been lost sight of by the designer.<br /><br />Amble is beamy.&nbsp; Her designer says that she has demonstrated adequately that beam may be a substitute for draft even when sailing on the wind, and both the practical experience of recent years and the best current theory (at the time) of keel design indicate that this may be true.<br /><br />The ballast/displacement ratio of 37 per cent is a good ratio in a boat of this size, planked in teak on Canadian rock elm timbers at 6 in centres, and with scantlings slightly in excess of Lloyd&rsquo;s.<br /><br />Though Amble is beamy, the architect has shown no tendency in the lines to run out to a full stern.&nbsp; The lines aft are not pinched, but the hull shape falls into what may be called the &ldquo;symmetrical&rdquo; class.<br /><br />The designer wrote of her early performance when she won her class at the Pattinson Cup and proceeded to gain a first and a third in the next two races: &ldquo;Each of these occasions included a beat to windward in a smart breeze from the Sunk L.V. to Burnham.&rdquo;&nbsp; These are the very conditions under which the small, beamy yacht of moderate draft has been traditionally assumed to be at her worst; but of all man&rsquo;s creations the sailing yacht is the most likely to baffle his reasoning.</p>
<h3>Restoration highlights</h3>
<p>New engine &amp; controls<br />New deck<br />New teak cockpit sole incorporating access hatch<br />New stemhead fitting<br />New companionway bulkhead<br />All coachroof seams splined<br />New electrics<br />Reconditioned sliding hatch<br />New galley<br />New saloon shelving<br />New stainless steel water tank<br />New portlights<br />New Lewmar forehatch<br />New stainless steel fuel tank<br />New exhaust system<br />New upholstery</p>
<p>3 berths and potential for double V berth in foc&rsquo;sle<br />Microcare Suede Cushion covers throughout.<br /><br />Heating<br />Webasto Air Top 2000 ST Diesel Heater<br /><br />Galley<br />ENO Duo 2 Burner c/w pan holders and gimbals<br />907 Camping Gaz installation (certified)<br />Penguin Stainless Steel Round Sink<br />Penguin Stainless Steel Omni-directional faucet<br /><br />Fresh Water<br />25 gallon stainless steel freshwater tank<br />Whale 12v pump, strainer and Aquafilta</p>
<p>Yanmar 1GM10 Diesel 10hp</p>
<p>2 x 12v Rolls AGM Batteries<br />Blue Sea Systems DC Digital Voltmeter<br />Blue Sea Systems 12v Automatice Charge Relay<br />Blue Sea Systems 12v HD Battery Switch</p>
<h3>Rig & Sails</h3>
<p>Jib - North Sails<br />Mainsail - North Sails<br />Cruising Chute - Lucas Sails - new 2013<br /><br />Rigging<br />Selden 207 Furlex<br />All s/s wire standing rigging<br />New plastic coated s/s guardwires<br />8 stainless steel stanchions<br />English braids running rigging<br />Harken genoa track and blocks<br />2 x Lewmar ST40 winches<br />2 x Lewmar Std winches</p>
<p>Electronics<br />Blue Sea Systems RCD Switch Panel<br />Simrad IS40 Triton Multifunction Display<br />Airmar - depth, speed and sea temp transducer<br />Shakespeare VHF aerial<br /><br />Navigation<br />Bulkhead compass<br />LED Masthead TriColour and Anchor Light<br /><br />Autopilot<br />Raymarine ST1000+ Tiller Pilot</p>
<h3>Not included in sale</h3>
<p>Simrad NSS7 Touch Chartplotter/MFD<br />Simrad NAIS-400 AIS Transponder<br />Simrad IS20 Masthead unit<br />GoFree WiFi module<br />Simrad RS25 VHF Radio</p>
<p>The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith, in this case we are acting as Brokers only.&nbsp; Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.</p>
<p>Trusted British Yacht Brokers, Established almost 40 years, permanent offices in Lefkas Marina, Ionian Greece &amp; Portsmouth, UK. We specialise in live aboard blue water cruisers. Experienced, Professional, Qualified All Brokers are Full Members of ABYA, we work to a code of practice with safe Clients bank Accounts and carry PI Insurance. As Agents for Allures Yachting we represent a blue water brand of cruiser, Aluminium hulls, GRP topsides and Lifting keels. Experience our Service we sell yachts nothing else. Call us for a chat 00 44 (0)1329 827053</p>
Waterline length21.25 feetMax Draft4.25 feet
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Classic - 28
Classic - 28
£ 35,000
United KingdomSouth East, Portchester, United Kingdom ad ref. BCU4353727  -  473 views