HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
COLEEN BAWN was designed and built in 1969 by Sir Alan D’Arcy Stewart of Ramelton, Co. Donegal, 13th Baronet at his Rossreagh Boatyard, Ireland for Dr. P T Fallon. Registered in Sligo, official number 400875 and stationed at Fahan.
30hp Yanmar 3GM Diesel Engine fitted new 2008 (about 290 hours)
Ballast in keel 2.25 tons
Carvel construction with Larch planking on steam bent timbers. Varnished mahogany coachroof coamings and cockpit.
Extremely well equipped with no expense spared refit, receipts are available for about £40,000 for work over the last number of years. COLEEN BAWN has been taken out of the water at the end of each season, mast removed then stored under cover every winter.
Four/Five berths, in two cabins. Sea toilet to port, storage cupboards to starboard. 6ft headroom in the saloon.
Whale hand and electric bilge pumps
Simrad Self steering
Twin furlex roller reefing for headsails, new stack pack system for mainsail, sails are in excellent condition and hardly used
RM Sea Toilet
New batteries 2017
New Sitka Spruce solid mast and rigging 2014
New bowsprit and boom 2008 (stripped and re-varnished 2018)
Windlass S L Hyspeed plus Plough Anchor chain and rope
Calorifer and pressurised system for hot and cold water
Plastimo Neptune 2000 oven, grill and hob
New engine, shaft, tube, waterlock exhaust and Maxi feathering propeller in 2008.
Keel removed in 2005, new keel bolts with steel floors removed sandblasted and re-galvanised
6 x Harken winches
Lewmar halyard clutches lead back to the cockpit
4 x Fenders and mooring lines
Sprayhood in good condition
New chart plotter still in box
Overall winter cover new 2015
COLEEN BAWN is a well maintained ‘classic’ bermudian rigged sloop with the distinct styling of the 1950/60s and similar to the South and East Coast One-Designs. Subject to much expenditure over the years COLLEEN BAWN is ready to sail this season and offered at a realistic guide price.
GUIDE: Sale Pending – April 2019
LYING: Northern Ireland
VIEWING: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE