1950, Hillyard 2.5 ton carvel pitch pine on oak, mahogany superstructure, Beta Marine 10hp diesel (2003), new 12v battery 2015, mainsail (2005) and furling jib (2005), current owner has spent £10,000 with local shipwright over 2 years including some re-planking. She has extra lead ballast, her interior & exterior have been re-varnished except rubbing strakes. A lovely classic pocket cruiser!
1950. Carvel pitch pine planing on oak frames with mahogany superstructure, copper fastened, cast iron ballast keel, some loose lead ballast, bermudan sloop rig, 2 berth interior. 1 keel bolt drawn and checked 2017, found to be sound but renewed anyway.
Slab or roller reefing mainsail (approx 2005) with mainsail cover (2007). Furling system with No 1 Jib (approx 2005), working jib (1990's), Pine mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging (replaced 2005).
Beta Marine 10hp inboard diesel engine (2003). 2 gallon fuel tank. Alternator charging to 2 x 45 Amp/hr 12v battery (new 2015).
Cockpit large cover, tiller, anchor with chain and warp, mooring warps and fenders.
Seafarer Echo sounder, navigation lights, steaming light and tri-colour masthead light.
Jackstay lifelines, lifebuoy, fire extinguisher, manual bilge pump.
Her galley has a gas cooker with 2 burners and grill. Blue upholstery. Toilet fitted but not functioning.
2 single settee berths
Purchased by her current owner in 2016. Beta Marine 10hp inboard diesel fitted in 2003 and new battery fitted in 2015. She has been berthed in various parts of the UK in her time including Plymouth, Gosport, Brighton, Eastbourne, Tollesbury and Maldon and has cruised the South and East coasts. Her present owner has spent in the region of £10,000 with a local shipwright on structural works and re-varnishing, she is afloat and ready to sail!