|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Chatham Maritime Marina, Medway, ME4 4LP Kent UK|
30ft Gaff cutter with inboard engine. Her present owners, commissioned her design and build by the late Ted Spears of North Quay Marine, Conyer, Kent.2002.
She is RCD design coded for category "B" Offshore.
In 2012 she had an extensive refit and a full service carried by the original builders.
She carries a Traditional Gaff Cutter rig with topsail, 28hp Beta Marine diesel engine, Western Red Cedar strip planked construction epoxy sheathed, inside and out. A long keel with a centreboard, straight stem and bowsprit ( which elevates up when on a restricted mooring.)
She has been sailed almost 14,000 miles, cruising much of the East Coast of UK and the near Continent. During their 18 year ownership the owners have made modifications to the vessel for their own comfort and convenience, she is fully set up for long distance cruising and can be self sufficient for long periods of time.
She has been meticulously maintained and looks as good now, as she did when new. She sailed all year round. She has now been moved to her Winter berth afloat at Chatham Maritime Marina, Medway, ME4 4LP
Due to medical reasons the owners are now forced to sell this very special Little Ship
|Vessel name:||Lazy Wind|
|Vessel condition:||Excellent, well maintained|
|Vessel type:||single wooden displacement hull|
|Builder:||Ted Spears Associates, North Quay Marine|
|Model:||30ft Gaff Cutter|
|Registry:||SSR part III|
|Class Society:||Old Gaffers Association|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta Marine|
|Fuel Consumption:||5 Litres Per Hour|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||5 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||7 Knots|
|Length over all:||11.8m|
|Length of deck:||9.2m|
|Length at waterline:||8.9m|
|Draft, keel up:||0.90m|
|Hull colour:||Burgundy and cream|
|Displacement:||6 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||90 Litres|
|Water capacity:||342 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||214 Litres|
Sliding hatch over companionway, lift out washboards, in addition there are clear arcrylic washboards which can be used to let in more light to the cabin.
Companionway ladder descends into the saloon.
Very light and airy well kept and clean environment. Good standing headroom. Either side of companionway on port aft, is the shower compartment with stowage for wet weather gear. Starboard is the "Heads" with sink and sea toilet
Fresh water tanks fitted under side berths in the saloon.
Black water Holding tank, with electric macerator fitted to discharge.Pump out deck fitting.
Ahead an "L" shaped galley with a gimballed gas cooker: double burner, oven and grill. Sink (forward facing) with hot and cold water (electric pumped). Against the hull is work surface with Isotherm fridge under, stowage lockers and shelving.
Gas bottle stowed in gas tight locker set in the aft deck.
Starboard there is the chart table and navigation station with a fixed seat.
The drop leaf dining table stands over the centreboard casing. opposing 6ft length settee berths with lee cloths stowage under over and behind.
Forward through main bulkhead. a full length hanging wardrobe opposite there 3 hanging canvas stowage bags In the fore peak two full length 2ft 6ins berths with lee cloths and an infill to create a double berth. THere is a full length canvas door between the cabin providing privacy.
Western Red Cedar tongued and grooved strips epoxied together, fastened with stainless steel (A4) solid copper or silicon bronze fastenings. All sheathed both internally and externally. Hull is stiffened with an Iroko hog and stem
Laminated mahogany ring frames, beam shelf and carlin of Douglas fir.
A solid Iroko transom. All the internal furniture is mahogany faced marine plywood.
The deck is 18mm marine plywood laminated in two layers sheathed and painted with non slip deck paint.grey in colour. Teak toe rail and 2x rubbing bands.
An open deep aft self draining cockpit. Teak slatted cockpit sole.
A fixed external encapsulated lead ballast keel 1.5tonnes. 200kgs internal trimming ballast.
Through the wooden keel a galvanised steel centreplate, winch controlled from the centreboard casing, swings from a steel pin.
Rudder, tiller and skeg.
Extended keel aft to support the rudder and gives protection from snagging ropes and grounding.
Fully coded and a certified build. All design drawings and paperwork retained.
Slatted teak topped stowage lockers in the cockpit.
Electric anchor windlass
15kgs Plough anchor on 50m chain.
Bronze stem fitting and horse on aft deck.
Teak and bronze deck cleats.
fenders & warps
Folding spray hood. cockpit cover and a tent cover
a Bow thruster set in the keel
Removable cockpit table
Sheet tidy canvas bags
Laminated wooden tiller.
Full set of navigation lights: mast head Tri color
Raymarine ES7 chartplotter new Jan 2019
Icom IC-M323 VHF radio with an external speaker
Raymarine ST60 Speed and log
100/300 Autopilot with smart controller
ST6001 control unit
Advansea AIS receiver
Wind speed and direction
clock and barometer
Magnetic compass fitted through bulkhead
Beta Marine BD1005 3 cylinder, 28hp marine diesel engine. Flexibly mounted.
Sited under companionway steps, electric start.
Stainless steel shaft, raw water cooled with heat exchanger.
Feathering triple bladed propeller.
Spare Triple bladed bronze propeller. Single lever controlled.
Control panel, ignition in cockpit.
2 x plastic fuel tanks of 45 litre capacity.
Annually serviced. last 27th July 2019.
Hollow Douglas Fir main mast. Gaff, boom, topsail yard and bowsprit of solid Douglas fir. Deck stepped mast stood in tabernacle. Portable sheer legs carried at the bow to assist with stepping the /lowering the mast.
Bowsprit can be topped up. Boom gallows.
Cream suit Dacron sails all made by James Lawrence of Brightlingsea.
Mainsail jib and stay sail were replaced with new in 2012.
Wykham Martin furler on the jib.
Main Jib, Stay sails x 2, Cruising chute, topsail, try sail
Slab reefing on the main sail.
Main sail cover. Sacrificial strips on head sails.
Stainless steel standing rigging replaced in 2012, stainless steel bottle screws
Braided polyester rope running rigging.
4 x self tailing winches
3 x heavy duty batteries: 1.engine, 2. domestic services 3. electric windlass and bow thruster.
240v ring main
6 x LED cabin lights, 5 x fluorescent lights
2 x main power leads
300 watt inverter
2 x fixed Barden solar panels 1 x Barden portable panel
Additional equipment available. To be negotiated separately:
Yacht cradle with additional supports
Zodiac dinghy with oars cover launching trolley and high speed inflate/ deflate.
Offshore flares new 2019
crew safety lines
Seago rescue sling, throwbag.
Houdini hatch over forecabin.
Manual bilge pump
Electric automatic pump
grab rails fitted at strategic points through her interior, exterior teak grab rails on the coach roof
2 x fire extinguishers
Stanchions and guard rails.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
Safety manual for the vessel.
RCD Category "B" Offshore capabilities. to gale 8 force winds.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.