£ 10,950

Harrison Butler - Bogle

Harrison Butler - Bogle Sailing Boats for sale in Gosport at Boatshop24.co.uk
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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Harrison Butler
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1934
Sales status:sold
LOA:7.29 m/24 ft
Length:7.92 m/26 ft
Width:2.5 m/8 ft
Engine manufacturer:yanmar
KW:18.0 hp
Fuel Capacity:35 liter

Harrison Butler Bogle, 1934 Long Keel, Yanmar 2GM 18hp, 4 berths. 26ft (31ft incl bowsprit).

Regularly sailed out of Portsmouth, just across the water from where she was first built by Harry Feltham in 1934.
18hp Yanmar 2GM Diesel Engine. Reconditioned and fitted 2015. Rigid mounted to substantial engine beds. New two-blade propeller in 2015. New shaft and coupling 2010. New 33 litre fuel tank in 2003. Audible alarms.
Delphi 105a/h domestic battery. Red Flash 700 -12 volt 17a/h engine start battery. 3 gang 701 switch square including 50 A VSR cluster. 240 volt shore-power with Victron Energy IP22 charger.
Cobra DSC VHF radio with external water-proof speakers and emergency antenna. Garmin 128 GPS, Raymarine ST60 Tridata Log Compass.
Sails, Spars and Rigging
Bermudian Cutter rig on keel stepped, varnished, solid pine mast setting 355 sq.ft plain sail. Single spreaders. Twin standing back-stays to the quarters. Stainless-steel rigging replaced in Nov 2005 by Allspars of Plymouth. External galvanised steel chain plates. regalvanised 2011 Varnished boom sheets with modern blocks, single tail, jammer on the lower block to a stainless steel horse across the aft deck. Sails by Chris Scanes of Topsham in 2003. Jib on Wykeham-Martin No 3 furling gear.
Interior & Domestic
Four berths in two cabins. Forward cabin with two single berths with infill to make a double. Half athwartships bulkhead with starboard locker and Baby Blake heads to port, overhauled in 2004. Saloon cabin with settee/berths to port and starboard, drop-leaf table, lockers and shelves, Polish teak joinery, white enamel bulkheads and deckhead, blue upholstery, new in 2005. Cane locker lids above the settees. Galley to starboard with stainless steel sink unit with hand pump from flexible fresh water tank fitted in 2010. Taylors paraffin cooker, Pantry and crockery lockers. Chart table and navigation area to port
Yacht laid teak deck and coach roof deck, varnished teak cabin coamings with bronze port-lights. Teak rubbing strakes and toe-rails. Stainless steel pulpit, push-pit and stanchions with twin guard wires. Lofran Royal windlass. 35lb Plough Anchor with 50 m chain. 35lb Fisherman’s Anchor and warp. Fenders and mooring warps Two cockpit sheet winches. Mast halyard winch
Designer - Thomas Harrison Butler Builder - Harry Feltham Long keel, classic Harrison Butler wine glass transom stern with transom hung rudder, round bilge, spoon bow and sweet HB sheer. Extended longer coach roof forward of the mast, giving good headroom below following the Harrison Butler design Peradventure. Carvel planked pitch-pine hull caulked and payed, copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers at 6 inch centres on an oak back-bone. Long external 1.8 ton lead ballast keel, new bronze keel bolts in 1989, last drawn in April 2005. Ferrous strap floors re-galvanised May 2009. New bronze skin fittings May 2009.
A comfortable, attractive and weatherly cruising yacht with proven capabilities. The Bogle Design was first drawn by Dr. Harrison Butler in 1933 for the Little Ship Club designing competition and is named after THB's daughter-in-law, actress Joan Bogle Hickson, who in later years achieved world wide acclaim playing Agatha Christie's Miss Marple. The design was a great success and resulted in quite a number of Bogle's being built during the 1930's. Caracole was built by the well respected Feltham of Portsmouth boatyard for Edward Cox of Brighton, a member of the Sussex Yacht Club and Little Ship Club. Edward owned Caracole until 1950 when she was sold to Leslie Coggin of Marlborough. In the early 1960's Lt. Col. H V Rose of Revel Stoke House, Noss Mayo bought Caracole and cruised from his Plymouth mooring as a member of the Royal Western Yacht Club of England. In the late 1960's the well known yachtsman Charles Rayner became the fourth owner. Charles sailed extensively from his Bristol Channel Pill mooring and was a familiar sight at local sailing gatherings. In the 1970's Charles set sail to the Med. where Caracole remained for some time. During the 1980's R Matthews of Totton owned the vessel keeping her on the Hamble. In new ownership in the 1990's Caracole once more sailed in the Bristol Channel and West Country. Recent owners have included Flag Officers of the Harrison Butler Association. Six yachts are known to have been built to this design. The Bogle is designed on the Metacentric Principal of hull balance and has proven to be an almost perfectly balanced hull which in simple terms means that she will continue to sail in a straight line at any angle of heel. We know many yachts will try to round up in every gust and become heavy on the helm in stronger winds. HB's metacentric design are not like this. They are a joy to sail, light on the helm, they stand up well to their canvas, are dry and buoyant and their extensive voyaging has proven their capabilities.
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 NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina. For a full, detailed specification and additional photographs visit our website at www.watersideboatsales.com
Max Draft1.21 meters
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