"NEW MORNING" CENTRE COCKPIT SLOOP. An early example of this popular cruising yacht. In its time it was the definitive all round mid-sized centre cockpit cruising yacht. Today, examples can be found all over the world. New Morning has been owned by her present owner for all but a couple of her early years and has served them well, based on the East Coast, UK. She is now in need of re-fitting and updating to enable her to continue cruising well into the future. She is not immaculate and would be a good opportunity for someone who would enjoy a project at the same time as being able to sail, hence the price. Please note that the euro price shown for this database may be misleading due to changes in the exchange rate.
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Cruising Speed: 6 knots Max Speed: 7 knots. Chart table with chart and navigation book stowage. Chart table light. Flavel cooker. Stainless steel sink with fresh water pump. Stowage. Engine last serviced 03/06. Shaft drive to 2-bladed propeller. Aluminium anodised mast and boom by Proctor Sails. Stemhead fitting with chain roller and anchor stowage. 25lb CQR, 30m chain. 4 x mooring cleats. Aluminium alloy toerails incorporating alloy lifeline stanchions, stainless steel pulpit and pushpit and integral fairleads. Standing rigging renewed in 2002. Rope running rigging. Mainsheet track and slider. Genoa sheet tracks, sliders and turning blocks. 5 x winches. Spinnaker gear. 2 x opening hatches. 4 x warps. 3 x fenders. Boom cover and dodgers. Tiller cover. Navigation lights, steaming light. Sumlog. Lokata SSB. Engine service history available. Please quote reference number SVL2494 when contacting us about this boat.
From the pen of Famous Designer Angus Primrose this model from the moody range won many friends for it excellent sailing performance and cabin space. Westerbeke 30B 30 HP 3 Cylinder Diesel Inboard engine new 2002 Fresh and seawater cooled with only 85 hours running time Shaft driven with projected skeg and 3 bladed prop 12V system though 2 Batteries charged from the engine Pressurised water system. Boat lying ashore and can be viewed 7 days per week.