Believed built by Paynters of St Ives in 1905 as an open sailing fishing boat on typical West Country lines with long keel, straight sharp stem & transom stern. Having fished & dredged oysters in Falmouth, she was decked over & a cabin fitted in the late 170s & converted to a yacht. The full history is documented.
Gaft cutter rig on solid, varnished, keel stepped mast, varnished spars. 1991 s/s rigging,
BMC 1500 35hp 4-cyl diesel on centre line under cock-pit
Present owner sails with Mum ' Dad & 4 children! 2 children sleep in the fore peak, 2 long settee berths, stbd 1/4 berth & a little one on the floor. Cloth bunk cushions. Large table. Port aft galley with gas cooker, sink, goodstowage work surface. Approx 5' head-room in surprisingly spacious cabin. Bucket loo. documented extensive professional work done in present excellent 8 year ownership. A smart, clean, sound & very fast little yacht. Surveys, history & recent photos etc available.