Sailing BoatsClassic Sailing BoatsSouth CoastOne Design
1962 26ft South Coast One Design, Bermudan sloop with Yanmar 10hp diesel engine. Santiano is a super yacht, considered to be one of the best in her class, having had just three owners since new and has a long list of continuous updates and maintenance in her current ownership of some 25 years, with a major refit in 2008. Inventory includes Origo alcohol stove with new reservoirs, Lowrance Link-5 VHF radio, Furuno, GPS, NASA Clipper log and depth, WASP log, Plastimo Iris 50 compass, V-Tronix Wind indicator and VHF aerial. 2021's maintenance so far includes underwater hull scraped back, seams stopped, five coats underwater primer, antifouling paint. Hatches, coachroof coamings and mast re-varnished. New engine exhaust elbow. Bilges painted. Boat located on swinging mooring in the harbour, viewings by appointment.
Construction and deck equipment
Carvel mahogany planed hull, copper fastened to steam bent timbers. Relaced marine ply deck, fibre-glass sheathed. Varnished mahogany coachroof coaming, cockpit and brightwork. Long ballast keel. Two CQR anchors and galvanised chain. Whale Gusher bilge pump. Summer canvas covers: new for the cockpit and almost new for the foredeck. Canvas winter boat cover – old but serviceable. Canvas winter mast cover – newish and in good condition. Mooring lines, fenders, etc.
Yanmar 10hp diesel inboard engine Last overhauled and repainted 2016 Serviced for 2019-2020 season Starter motor overhauled at last service New engine exhaust elbow 2021
Maintenance and repair schedule
Pre-1996 Garboard planking renewed (Combes Boatyard) Cracked and damaged frames replaced in steamed oak (Combes Boatyard) New cutlass bearing Iron floors re-galvanised Deck fittings, anchors and chain, quarter plates, etc re-galvanisedHood end fastenings inspected (additional fastenings added) Cockpit sole bearer renewed New galvanised bottle screws to shrouds, forestay and backstay 1996 New mechanical log (Wasp) added New GPS (Garmin 65) added New stanchions and lifelines in stainless steel 1997 New Whale Gusher bilge pump added Boom roller reefing renovated and new slab reefing added New glasses rack added to galley, together with new china crockery and cutlery 1998 Cabins and bilges re-painted and cockpit stripped and re-varnished New seat cushion foam filling to main cabin New battery box added 2000-2001 Engine – top end overhauled and engine repainted Mast bands re-galvanised and mast and boom stripped and varnished New wiring in mast for navigation lights, etc Keel bolts 5 no. inspected, treated and 1 no. replaced New Blakes bronze seacocks in heads, with grease nipples (Gates & Co) New NASA Clipper Duet paddle wheel log + depth added 2003 New lamps in main cabin Topsides re-painted (T Pachol & Son) and cabin sides re-varnished (T Pachol & Son) New spinnaker sheets and blocks added Spinnaker pole refurbished New foresail sheets Deck winches re-chromed New brass stern light New canvas cockpit cover New rack added in heads for sheets, etc 2004 Rudder re-glued and bronze pins inspected New shelving added to hanging locker New engine mounts 2005 – 2006 New Mainsail (Lucas) New No1 Genoa (Lucas) New Working Jib (Lucas) New leisure battery for cabin lamps (no.2) New canvas winter cover for mast New main halliard and genoa halliard 2007 – 2008 Antifouling stripped and hull re-primed and painted Cracked frames replaced in laminated oak and planks replaced and re-caulked (Dolphin Quay) Various missing fastenings in hull replaced (Dolphin Quay) New cast aluminium-bronze floors and bronze fastenings fitted New drain hole added to mast step (Dolphin Quay) Stern quarter plates re-galvanised, re-bedded and re-fixed Shroud plates re-galvanised and re-bedded with new fastenings New lower shrouds and cap-shrouds in stainless steel New stainless steel bottle screws to upper diamond on mast New mast winch handle in stainless steel New navigation lights on port and starboard Cabins re-wired throughout and painted cable coverings added 12V supply included to cockpit for future autohelm Cabins, lockers, heads, etc re-painted and re-varnished throughout Bilges stripped, re-primed and re-painted New laminate and fiddles on chart table and galley New galley stove (Origo – methanol) Forward hatch cover re-built Deck fittings, kingpost, anchors, mainsheet horse, etc re-galvanised Stem head rollers re-galvanised Stern navigation light, fuel filler cap, winch handles and maker’s nameplate re-chromed New bronze water intake scoop to engine New bronze skin fitting to paddlewheel log New transducer to depth sounder Engine – full service inc new water pump inner seals and rotor, anode, alternator belt, etc New exhaust hoses to engine New battery to engine start (no.1) New VHF radio antenna and wind indicator and new RG58 cable to mast New curtains added to cabin New flexible water tank added in place of galvanised tank New charcoal water filter and filler cap added in cabin sole Mast winches and deck winches serviced, greased, new springs, etc Decks re-painted in non-slip deck paint Genoa and foresail tracks re-bedded on deck with new fastenings Surveyed (Rupert Smith) 2008 – 2009 Caulking to forefoot (Gates & Co) Keel bolt (no.1) drawn, inspected & replaced (Gates & Co)
2010 – 2011 Hull painted Cockpit varnished Mast stripped and varnished GPS replaced 2011 – 2012 Hull repainted Deck repainted Topsides stripped, sanded and varnished Window frames re-bedded New pins in rudder pintles Keelbolt (no.1) drawn, inspected and replaced – all ok (S Hulme & Sons) New engine control cables (gearbox & throttle) New Yanmar injector New forestay, top diamonds and backstay in stainless steel Baby Blake re-chromed, new seals, etc 2012 – 2013 Cockpit re-varnished New Lowrance Link-5 VHF radio, antenna and wind indicator New depth transducer Yanmar top end overhaul 2013 – 2014 New VHF antenna & cable Mast varnished Hull painted Stemhead fittings re-galvanised Mast bands re-galvanised 2014 – 2015 Stern tube re-caulked 2015 – 2016 Engine overhauled and repainted Hull painted 2016 – 2017 Engine serviced 2017 – 2018 Topsides varnished Mast varnished Hull painted. 2018 – 2019 Engine serviced Deck painted New bow roller 2019 – 2020 Engine serviced Starter motor overhauled Hull painted professionally (S Hulme & Sons) 2021 Underwater hull scraped back, seams stopped, five coats underwater primer, antifouling paint. Hatches, coachroof coamings and mast re-varnished. New engine exhaust elbow. Bilges painted
Sails and Spars
Sails date from 2006, in good to very good condition (main, no.1 genoa, working jib, storm jib and spinnaker). Slab and roller reefing systems to the mainsail. Foresails all hanked. S/S Standing rigging – 2012. S/S Stanchions and lines. Spinnaker pole. All deck and mast winches original and regularly serviced. All running rigging.
Crockery Curtains Seat cushions and other assorted cushions Origo alcohol stove with new reservoirs Dry powder fire extinguishers Staff for the ensign Lowrance Link-5 VHF radio (2013) Furuno GPS NASA Clipper log and depth WASP log, Plastimo Iris 50 compass, V-Tronix Wind indicator VHF aerial Two 12V batteries and battery box
The South Coast One Design needs little introduction as one of the most successful yacht designs of the mid 20th Century. In 1955 a group of Island Sailing Club members approached Charles Nicholson to design an inexpensive fast one-design cruiser/racer. The first six boats built by Lallows of Cowes all competed in the 1956 Round the Island Race winning the first six places overall. The SCOD, as they became known, proved to be all that was wanted as a one-design and in all, over a period of about fifteen years, 106 boats were built by various boatyards, mostly on the South Coast. The Burnes built boats are now particularly sought after and much cherished by enthusiastic owners and members of the thriving South Coast One Design Association. SANTIANO was built by Burnes of Bosham in 1962, number 76 of her class for brothers Doctor M S M & Doctor J M Palmer of Anchordown, Hampton Court. SANTIANO has only had three owners in her fifty-eight years a testament to the enduring appeal of the class. Purchased by the present owner some 25 years ago.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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