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Saunders-Roe Cowes 40 ft Watson Lifeboat - ex T. Markby

Grenada - Grenada - St. David Grenada , St. David

28.000

( app. 31.257 US$ )
Commission free
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Manufacturer :
Saunders-Roe Cowes 
Model :
40 ft Watson Lifeboat - ex T. Markby 
Type :
Sailing Yacht 
Category :
Cruiser 
Designer :
Watson 
Flag :
Germany Germany 
Hull form :
Monohull 
Material :
Wood 
Cockpit :
Central cockpit 
Steering :
Wheel 
Rig :
Sloop with cutter 
Color :
white 
Keel type :
Long keel 
Year :
1928 
Refit Year :
 
Condition :
used 
Code :
61_b_57736 
Length :
12,20 m ( 40,0 ft )  
LWL :
 
LOD :
12,20 m ( 40,0 ft )  
Beam :
3,31 m ( 10,9 ft )  
Draft :
1,20 m ( 3,9 ft )  
Bridge Clearance :
13,50 m ( 44,3 ft )  
Displacement :
16.000,0 kg 
Ballast :
4.000,0 kg 25 % 
Cruising Speed :
 
Max Speed :
 
Fuel :
400 ltr 
Water :
600 ltr 
Holding :
 
Main Engine 1
Manufacturer :
Ford 
Model :
6 cyl 
Propulsion :
With propeller shaft 
Propeller :
3 blade fixed propeller 
Year :
1968 
Refit Year :
2006 
Power :
80,0 hp ( 60 kW )  
Hours :
 
Fuel type :
Diesel 
Nautical
Compass
GPS
Barometer
Echo sounder
Radar
VHF radio
SSB radio
Autopilot el.
Wind vane
Interiors & Cabin Layouts
2
Cabins
4
Berths
1
Heads
Owner's cabin
Galley
Gas stove
Sink
Fridge
Technical Equipment
12 V DC system
24 V DC system
110 V AC system
230 V AC system
Charger
Solar cells
Wind generator
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Satellite communications
Equipment
2
Anchor
Electrical windlass
Swimming ladder
Equipment rack
Bow sprit
Safety
Life jackets
Fire extinguisher system
Additional extras
Bimini
Sprayhood
Sail Equipment
1
Jib
17 m²
 
1
Genoa
30 m²
 
1
Mainsail
30 m²
 

Watson-class Ex-RNLI lifeboat, Cutter rig

The term Watson-class lifeboat refers to several wooden lifeboat classes operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) around the coasts of the United Kingdom and Ireland between 1888 and 1991. The boats had hulls that conformed to the basic design laid down by RNLI naval architect George Lennox Watson.
The current owner bought the yacht 1977 and have circumnavigated the 3 south caps. Currently they sail from Guatemala to Grenada.


Mahagoni on oak
Displacement 16 t
constructed in 1928
Width 11 ft
Draught 3.9 ft
Kiel cast iron

Owners since August, 1977;


Water tank Niro 2 x 300 l 2 x 200 l
Diesel tank galvanized 2 x 200 l

Aft cabin, central cockpit, no continuity, navigation cabin with workbench u guests berth.
then lounge with 2 guest berths, galley and in the bow bathroom, storage space for sailing, ropes, life jackets, etc ..

Ford, 6 cylinder, c.1978, 63.3 kW, complete overhaul 2006; Kupfermanifold; 2 copper heat exchanger; Copper-day tank;
Paragon gearbox, hydraulic
Bronze shaft with white metal bearings in stern tube, about 1.20m bronze, completely filled with grease; Screw 3 blade fixed;


2 solar panels by 2014, 1 in 2010 of 90 W;
Radar Furuno 1623 Garmin echo sounder echo 150, 2 converter 24 V to 240 V 1 x 300 Watt and 1 x 1000 W; Refrigerator Waeco, ca 40 l; 6 bilge pumps Rule 350 in each compartment and 2 large in motor bilge;


Cutterrig, wooden mast 12 m above the deck, tree 5.20 m both in very good condition, 8 mm Rig, 2 forward and 2 aft days; Northman u Stalog terminals, Mainsail, Yankee, furling, both in 2006 by North Sail in Cape Town, several old Stay Sails; the sails are used, we would not change;
4 winches: 2 Wimaq, 100% Lewmarkopie, Niro; 2 Barbarossa 1 Barbaroosa for halyard, 2 Pertinaxratschen for incident

Wind control, DIY, controls on EVERY course; Autohelm Rayton St coupled 1000+ for lulls in wind vane;

Wheel steering with direct shaft to bronze quadrant massive tiller;

Last shipyard Stayed March 2016 copper anti fouling;


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