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Milford Haven Pembrokeshire UK|
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'Shaula' is a Loch Fyne Gaff Cutter, built in 1984 of Larch on Oak. Designed by GL Watson, and built by Alun Edmunds on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Massively built, and a solid sea going vessel, she will take you and your crew safely to your desired destination in complete safety.
Recent maintenance includes new Mast & Rigging in 2016, Windlass rebuilt 2018 and has recently cruised the Welsh coastline with no problems.
Some attention is required to her internal fit out.
Viewing is highly recommended.
Loch Fyne Gaff Cutter - Network Yacht Brokers Milford Haven
3 x 12V Batteries
2 Alternators, Smart Charge
Nasa Echo Sounder
Radio CD Player
Charcoal Burning Stove
SeaGo 4 Person Liferaft (New July 2016)
1 x SeaGo Lifejacket
1 Manual Fire Extinguisher
2 x Manual Bilge Pumps
Windward Tender, 2m
Mariner 2hp Outboard - 2017
Spare Anchor (Unknown)
Simpson Lawrence Winch (Rebuilt 2016)
4 x Fenders
Winter Cover, with framework
Perkins 4236 75hp Diesel
Velvet Drive Gearbox
Oil Change 2017
70litre Plastic Fuel Tank
New mast and standing rigging 2016
Main Sail - 1985, Red
Roller Reefing Genoa - 1985, Red
2nd Genoa - 1985, Red
Cutter Sail - 1985, Red
4 x Bronze winches in need of service
The hull design is inspired by the early Loch Fyne Skiff sailing fishing boats traditional to the West Coast of Scotland a century ago with their generous beam, exaggerated drag to the keel, straight stem, distinctive pointed stern and steeply raked stern post with the rudder hung on the back.
Planked in 1 ¼” larch, all fastened with galvanised boat nails to 5” x 2” sawn oak frames at 14” centres.
Oak back-bone. External iron ballast.
Shallow bilge keels under the bilge spread the loads if allowed to dry out on her side on a beach.
|Model:||G.L. Watson Loch Fyne Gaff Cutter|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Length over all:||33'|