21ft. VICTORIAN HALF-RATER DAY-SAILER built 2011 Dorset – Lying: Isle of Wight

£14,500

21ft. VICTORIAN DAY-SAILER designed by Charles Sibbick in 1897 and built by Martin Nott, Dorset in 2010/11

Featured – CLASSIC BOAT MAGAZINE – December 2011

Boat Details

Overall Length: 20ft 10ins (6.35m)
Waterline: 13ft 5ins (4.1m)
Beam: 4ft 11ins (1.5m)
Draught: 3ft 3ins (1m)
Displacement: 827 lbs (375 kg)
Engine: n/a
Berths: n/a
Sail: Lug Rig sets 190 sq. ft. (17.65 sq. m.)
Designer: Charles Sibbick
Builder: Martin Nott / Alistair Munroe
Year Built: 2011
Location: Isle of Wight

HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:

DIAMOND is a first class replica of a Charles Sibbick fin and bulb keel Half-Rater dating from 1897. Built of strip planking in 2011 she is fast, fun and easy to sail.

DIAMOND is built to the highest quality throughout with Yellow Cedar decks and Sitka Spruce spars.

The fittings, in bronze, are either specially made or by Davey. She has the original style lug rig with classic pale cream sails by Elvstrom.

BROKERS NOTE:

A well-built vintage day-sailer designed by the famous Victorian naval architect Charles Sibbick. Offered at a fraction of the build cost and in virtually new condition with purpose-built road trailer. An ideal ‘head-turner’ at classic regattas or for handicap racing in the UK or Europe.

GUIDE PRICE £14,500

VIEWING: Through Classic Yacht Brokerage

LYING: Isle of Wight