1973 - Finesse 24. Lovely re-furbished example of this wooden classic lifting keel yacht. Designed by A.F. Platt on the East coast. Lifting keel ideal for shallow coastal or river cruising. Powered by a Yanmar 13HP diesel engine. Four berths. Galley and heads. Must be viewed to be fully appreciated. By appointment at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
NASA Target 2 echo sounder. Icom M323 DSC VHF. Hawk windex wind indicator. Compass.
Yanmar 2GM 13HP diesel engine (20 hours). Shaft drive with fixed propeller. Stainless steel 35 litre fuel tank. New prop, shaft, coupler and stern gland. 60 litre water tank.
2 x batteries (2020). 240 volt shore power. Victron battery charger.
Four berths in two cabins. Foreward cabin with twin berths. Saloon with convertible seating. Saloon table. Galley sink. Separate heads with Lavac sea toilet. Cold water system. Diesel heating. Curtains.
Sea Flow 750 bilge pumps.
10Kg plough anchor. Barlow 20 self tailing winches. Cockpit lockers. Sail cover. Cockpit cushions.
Masthead sloop. Standing rigging (2020). Boom roller. Aluminium spars. Runing rigging (2020). Rotostay headsail furling. 1 x roller genoa. 2 x mainsails.
Lovely refurbished example of this wooden lift keel classic. Major re-build completed in spring 2023
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