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CHEVERTON CAVALIER 30 BERMUDIAN SLOOP - £18,000

A 1966 CHEVERTON CAVALIER 30 BERMUDIAN SLOOP
designed by David Cheverton and built for Baron Coleraine to LLoyds 100A1 by the Wing on Shing Shipyard, Hong Kong

CHEVERTON CAVALIER 30 BERMUDIAN SLOOP - £18,000
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Overall Length: 30ft (9.1m) :: Waterline: 27ft :: Beam: 9ft 4ins :: Draught: 4ft 7ins :: Displacement: 4826 kg

Engine: 24hp Bukh Diesel :: Designer: David Cheverton :: Builder: Wing on Shing Boatyard :: Location: Solent

Sail: Sloop Rig :: Berths: Four Berths :: Year: 1966 :: Price: £18,000

Broker's Details:

 

TRAMP ROYAL CHEVERTON CAVALIER 30 1966

Cheverton Cavalier 30, 1966

Long keel, Bermudain sloop, Burma teak on Ipoh frames, 4 berths in 2 cabins, a beautiful long distance cruiser designed by David Cheverton

  • Price: £18,000
  • Model Year: 1966
  • Location: Gosport, United Kingdom

Construction

  • Construction: Wood

Measurements

  • LOA: 9.1 meter
  • Beam: 2.8 metres
  • Displacement: 4826 kilograms
  • Max Draft: 1.4 metres

Engines

  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine Make: Buhk
  • Engine Model: 24
  • Engine Year: 1992
  • Engine Fuel Type: Diesel

Tankage

  • Fuel: 1 x 220 l
  • Water: 1 x 130 l

Mechanical

  • Buhk 24 - 1992
  • 24hp
  • 2 cylinder
  • Seawater cooled
  • Last serviced August 2014
  • Shaft drive
  • 3 bladed prop
  • Crusing speed 6 knots
  • 0.33 gph
  • 2 x 30 gallon stainless steel fuel tanks

Electrical

  • 2 x switched 80ah batteries 2009 / 2011
  • Alternator and 240v charging
  • Shorepower with cable

Navigation

  • Depth - Target
  • Log - Stowe
  • GPS - Garmin 120 xl
  • VHF - Demek
  • Compass – Contest
  • Compass - Contest
  • Navigation lights

Sails, Spars and Rigging

  • Sloop rigged
  • Kemp aluminium mast and spars
  • Stainless steel rigging 1993
  • Ulstrom rope and galvanised wire running rigging
  • Slab mainsail reefing
  • Rotastay headsail furling

Sails

  • Mainsail - Ratsey and Lapthorn - 2002
  • Furling Genow - Crusader - upgraded 2006
  • Crusing chute - Sea Teach

Deck

  • Carvel splined varnished teak on Ipoh frames
  • Teak laid deck
  • Teak coach roof with plywood cover
  • Long keel with inboard rudder and tiller steering
  • CQR and Danforth anchor with 50m chain
  • S/s pulpit and pushpit and guardwires
  • 2 x single speed self tailing genoa winches - 2006

Interior & Domestic

  • 4 berths in 2 cabins
  • One double berth in forepeak, 2 singles in saloon
  • 1 x heads with Jabsco toilet - 2002
  • Teak interior
  • Blue cloth covered upholstery
  • 6'4" headroom
  • Eberspacher heating
  • Plastimo oven/grill and 2 ring burner
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Portable cool box
  • Chrome clock and barometer
  • Stereo

Safety

  • 2 x manual bilge pumps
  • Horseshoe lifebouy
  • Radar reflector

Canvas

  • Sprayhood x 2 - refurbished 2014
  • Cockpit tent x 2 - refurbished 2014
  • Mainsail cover

Documentation

  • Bills of Sale

Owners Comments

Tramp Royal is the 2nd of only 6 Cheverton Cavaliers built in the 1960's in the Wing on Shing's shipyard, Hong Kong, three of which were commissioned by Lords of the realm and two of which have circumnavigated the world

Commissioned by Baron Coleraine of Haltemprice, Tramp Royal, was built to Lloyds 100 A1 classification in priceless Burma teak and named after Kiplings evocative poem. Originally constructed to a very high standard using teak boards. Lead keel which provides 1.9 tons of ballast, giving a high level of stiffness for a relatively low draft of only 4'7".

Tramp Royal is a wonderful example of a superbly built and designed cruising yacht which has been owned and loved by the Poole family for over 34 years, cruising in home waters as well as Holland, the Mediterranean via the French canals and Bay of Biscay.  She is a very comfortable cruising Yacht that sits well in the water in even the strongest of winds due to her weighty lead keel, she is dry and very homely ideal for a small family or couple with a double cabin forward and twin bunks in the main cabin. We have had many wonderful trips around in and around the Solent and beyond over recent years for family holidays and we are sure there is a wooden boat lover out there ready to sail her on for the next 34 years or more… Viewing and a test sale are highly recommended.

Miscellaneous

  • Re varnished Hull  - June 2015
  • Re varnished Deck – June 2015
  • Antifouled - June 2015
  • Engine serviced July 2015
  • Dinghy - by separate negotiation


GUIDE PRICE: £18,000

LYING: Hampshire

VIEWING: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE