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On the hard

40ft ketch rigged Fifer motor sailor built by James Miller ,
St.Monace in 1962 to the order of Sir Anthony Quaile.

Construction: North Sea fishing boat type hull. Hull made of Oak, Mahogany and Iroko.
Interior of Mahogany and Teak. New Iroko decks 1999.

Engine: Original Gardner, type 4LW ,1300 rpm direct injection diesel engine with Gardner reversing gear and 2:1 reduction gear. Engine has less than 4,500 hours since new. 29 inch propeller. Fuel consumption is less than one gallon per hour at 1100 rpm.

Navigation equipment: Sailor SSB radio ,Sailor VHF Radio, RDF multi wave band, Walker log Cetrek 727 chain driven autopilot, Cetrek electronic autopilot.

Electrictrics:24v fridge,24v/240v freezer. Pressurized water system and hot water system-gas. There are also two solar panels, a Honda 800w generator and a battery-charger.

Layout: Large wheelhouse with pilot berth which connects to a spacious saloon with two berths, plenty of storage space and full length hanging lockers. 

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Forward of the saloon is the galley and opposite is the head with shower. 

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Ahead of that is the fore cabin.

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There is full standing headroom throughout the boat.

Dinghy: Avon 310 with 6hp engine

Sails: Foresail, Main, Mizzen Staysail, Mizzen, Genoa.

 Water capacity: Approx 60 Imp Gallons

                        Fuel capacity: Approx 180 Imp Gallons

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This is a strong, well maintained  classic motor sailor with excellent sea keeping qualities, comfortable accommodation and long range cruising capabilities.
This boat was in the film called “Story Of  Anthony Quaile”.

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