1964 - YW Peoples Boat. Winner of the 1950 Yachting World design competition, designed by Per Brohall and built to an extremely high standard by John Sant. 'Swn Y Don' is constructed of Thames marine ply on oak with laminated stem and beams and epoxied below the water line. Four berths, galley and heads. Powered by a Yanmar 1 GM10 diesel engine. Lovely classic boat in excellent condition. History from original build available. Must be seen: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Simplex echo sounder. Danavigate 3100 Log. Log /speed/ depth. Compass. Clock & barometer.
Yanmar 1GM10, 9hp diesel engine (2000). Shaft drive with three bladed propeller. 13 litre fuel tank. 10 gallon water tank.
Battery. Alternator charging.
Four berths in two cabins. Double in forecabin. Two separate berths in main saloon. Lifting coach roof for extra headroom (5' 10'). Galley with Origo 3000 twin burner spirit hob. Chemical toilet. Manual pump water system. Saloon table.
Bilge pump. Lifebuoy. Flares. Foghorn. Radar reflector.
Danforth and Bruce anchors. Manual windlass. Anchor locker. 2 x stainless steel Anderson winches. Boarding ladder. 3 x cockpit lockers. Cockpit cushions. Dodgers. 'A' Frame system for mast lowering. Beaching legs.
Lovely classic yacht, constantly maintained and upgraded from new. Original history available. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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