|Price||$13,000 Now reduced|
|25mm Huon Pine planking on steam bent hardwood frames. Believed to be built by Dean Wilson of Smithton, Tasmania as a crayboat based originally at Temma then at Southport. Sturdy little one man vessel with no frills but a sound hull, reliable Fordson diesel and huge wet well to bring home the catch. Ideal for a day out fishing with plenty of deck space for a BBQ and fishing and diving gear. |
Oregon mast and boom with galvanised rigging and 2 headsails. Antifouled in October 2019, recently painted and a well built example which are getting very hard to find. In a berth at the MYCT Lindisfarne
|Deck Material||25mm Celery Top Pine|
|Length||8.53 m / 28′|
|Engine||4 cylinder fresh water cooled.|
|Engine Hours||Unknown. Fully rebuilt in 1997|
|Fuel||2 x 120 litres|
|Accommodation||Small focsle with 2 berths. Ideal storage area|
|Dinghy||Dinghy davits. No dinghy|
|Ground Tackle||Anchor with chain.|
|Electrics||12 volt battery|
|Uniden VHF radio
Furuno depth sounder
|Deck Gear||Large wet well.
Galvanised steel rails.
Disclaimer: Vessel details are believed to be correct but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries. We recommend independent surveys and mechanical inspections on all vessels we sell.