2003 -Yarmouth 23 long keel traditional gaff rigged yacht. Designed by Wyatt & Freeman. This lovely well kept yacht features four berths in a double forecabin and saloon. Fitted galley and a separate heads compartment. Beta 13.5hp diesel engine. Well equipped and constantly upgraded. One owner boat. Must be seen: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
Clipper duet log/depth. Wind indicator. Simrad RD68 DSC VHF. Clock & Barometer
Beta Marine 13.5 hp diesel engine. Shaft drive. Three bladed propeller. 45 litre fuel tank. Rope cutter. 80 litre water tank.
2 x batteries (new 2019). 240 volt shore power.
Four berths in forward double and two side berths in saloon. Fitted galley with Cookmate alcohol twin burner hob. Stainless steel sink and tap. Separate heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet. Holding tank. Sink, tap and shower. Hot and cold water system. Cabin lighting. Shelving. Hanging cupboards. Curtains and upholstery.
Jabsco bilge pump. Jackstays. Beaching legs. Foghorn. Intruder alarm. Lifebuoys.
GRP deck with teak overlay. Manual windlass. CQR anchor. Fishermans anchor. Cockpit table. 2 x Barton winches. Cockpit lockers. Spray hood. Sail cover. Cockpit cushions. Winter cradle.
A lovely one owner example. Constantly maintained, in excellent overall condition. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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