|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||7.32 m/24 ft|
|Length:||7.32 m/24 ft|
|Width:||2.93 m/10 ft|
|No. of cabins:||2|
|No. of berths:||4|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
1980 Eygthene 24 Now £2,200
Designed by Ron Holland and built by Master Marine (UK) the Eygthene 24 is a quarter tonner designed for speed. The Yachting Monthly review of the design said they make a good entry level club racer or a sprightly and entertaining pocket cruiser. In need of some cosmetic attention. Priced for a quick sale as the owner has a new boat arriving. Open to offers. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Phone number removed -
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Below decks is bright and roomy thanks to the generous beam of the yacht. The raised coach roof gives decent headroom and although this isn't full standing, but it does not feel cramped. Woodwork is a combination of hard woods and teak faced marine ply. galley area to starboard with space for 2-burner gas hob, oven and grill, coolbox. The hand pumped water system with small sink. The forward cabin features two singles and a marine head to port. Opposite the heads is a large hanging space and wet locker. Two settee berths in the saloon. Hull mounted storage and additional storage beneath bunks.
Sails and Spars
Bermudan sloop rigged yacht with deck stepped aluminium spars. Slab reefing mainsail, hanks on foresail. Winches 2 x Sheet winches 2 x Halyard winches Sails 1 x Mainsail 1 x Mainsail - spare in reasonable condition No 1 x Genoa No 2 x Genoa Storm jib Cruising chute Spinnaker
The Eygthene 24 is powered by a Yanmar 1GM 7.5hp diesel engine (last serviced by the owner 2018), shaft drive to a three bladed bronze propellor, plastic fuel tank. Last out of water service 2017.
2 x 12-volt batteries (new & 2014) charging from the engine alternator.
Boarding ladder 4 Fenders
Compass Depth Windspeed/Direction Autopilot Navigation lights Masthead light Clock/Barometer
2 x Fire extinguishers Fire blanket Cockpit harness points Lifejackets 2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys Radar reflector
Fin Keel, Tiller steering.
History and Construction
The Eygthene 24 was designed by world famous yacht designer Ron Holland. It could be argued that this was the design that launched his career due to the success that the design had. Originally conceived to be competitive in the IOR Quarter ton class, she has proved a huge hit with club racers across the globe. Owned by the current owner for the last 7 years, who has upgraded to a larger yacht.
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