HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Wallasea Bay Yacht Station, near Rochford was a highly successful boatyard producing a diverse range of vessels before and during the Second World War. In the late 1940’s they introduced a popular range of vessels known as the Ocean Class. In the post-war years these yachts proved to be very popular and were available in various sizes designed by A A Trueman.
Rosie , designed by A A Trueman is of similar style to the Ocean 30 with a transom stern, straight stem and round bilges, featuring a long straight keel. Registered in Cowes in 1946.
Carvel construction, larch planking copper fastened to steam bent timbers. Epoxy sheathed marine ply decks. Painted mahogany superstructure.
Currently Rosie is fitted-out with a liveaboard, open-plan style interior but offers scope to reinstate the original style accommodation.
Double berth foreward with saloon settee, table, storage.
Galley area with two burner gas cooker. Sink unit with electric freshwater pump from 100 litre water tank.
Heads compartment with marine wc.
25hp Beta three cylinder diesel. 30 litres fuel capacity.
NOTE: The engine currently requires an overhaul.
Gaff Cutter Rig. With two jibs and main sail.
A characterful old gaffer offering scope for on-going refurbishment.
Seriously for sale with all offers considered.
GUIDE PRICE: £3,000
LYING: Hampshire (current marina berth around £2,076 per annum)
VIEWING: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE –
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