Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

1965 Folkboat - £6,750

LOA 7.68m (25' 2")
LWL 6.00m (19' 8")
Beam 2.20m (7' 3")
Draft 1.20m (3' 11")
Keel Long Keel
Displacement 1000.00Kg
Engine Beta
Engine size 14 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours 30
Lying Poole, UK

1965 Folkboat. Designed by Tord Sunden and built by Roy Dann of Looe. Long keel classic boat. Reknown for their sailing ability. New rigging and a major overhaul in 2016. Powerd by a Beta 14hp diesel engine (2013). Good overall condition. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

Navigation Equipment
Garmin multi function chart plotter. Wind indicator. GPS. Echo sounder. Log/speed/depth. Compass. Fish finder. VHF.

Beta 14 hp diesel engine (2013). Plastic fuel tank.

2 batteries.

Four berths in two cabins. Twin berths in fore cabin. Convertible saloon with saloon and chart table. Galley with stainless steel sink and tap. Gas hob. Sea toilet. Hanging lockers.

Safety Equipment
Bilge pump. Jackstays. Foghorn. Flares. Radar reflector

Sails & Rig
Bermudian sloop. Slab mainsail reefing. Main sail. Jib. Storm Jib. Wooden mast. Furlex headsail furling.

Deck & General
2 x anchors. Winches. Cockpit lockers. Sail cover. Cockpit cover.

Broker’s Comments
A lovely folkboat. Well worth a look: www.harbouryachts.co.uk


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