1964, carvel built German Folkboat with much recent investment including Yanmar diesel in 2013, recent deck beams, deck and coachroof, five floors and several keel bolts replaced. A lovely day sailer or weekender.
Built in 1964. Carvel wooden construction with cast iron keel, cream hull, marine ply decks sheathed with fibreglass and epoxy, bermudan sloop rig2 berths in one cabin.
Built by P G N Eikboom, Germany.
LOA 25' 0" (7.6m)
Beam 7' 4" (2.2m)
LWL 19’7” (6m)
Draft 3' 11" (1.2m)
Displacement approx 414
Slab reefing mainsail (2015, North Sea Sails). Mainsail cover. Wykeham Martin furling gear with furling No 1 Jib (2014, North Sea Sails). Spinnaker. Wooden mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging.
Yanmar 1GM10 single cylinder 10hp diesel inboad (fitted new in 2013) with around 50 hours running. 10 Litre fuel tank. Shaft drive to fixed 3 blade propeller. Alternator charging to 2 x 12v batteries.
Tiller, spinnaker pole, 2 sheet winches and 2 halyard winches, 25lb CQR anchor with 30 metres of chain and warp, mooring warps and fenders.
Compass, echo sounder, GPS, radar reflector, clock and barometer, navigation lights, steaming light, tri-colour light and anchor light.
Distress flares, fire extinguisher, electric and manual bilge pumps.
2 single berths, port and starbard with blue upholstery.
Purchased by her present owner in 2011 with considerable work carried out since then including new engine, deck beams, decks, 5 floors and seven keel bolts. She has been used for day sailing and occasional overnight voyages. A lovely "sorted" Folkboat with recent sails.
The Yacht Harbour
Maldon, Essex CM9 8SE