Junk rigged Lone Gull for sale in Brixham

  • 08 Jun 2018 20:17
    Message # 6299447


    It is with great regret that we are selling Ivory Gull, but circumstances 

    have changed and James will be living much further away.

    Type:                    Lone Gull II

    Designer:              Maurice Griffiths

    Year:                    Built 1991, launched 1995

    Builder:                 Bruce Yachts and expertly fitted out by David Tyler (marine equipment designer and Junk Rig Hall of Fame member)

    Rig:                      Schooner Junk Rig with modern camber cut sails

    Construction:         GRP hull and deck, hull white above WL, deck, pilot extension & coach roof cream

                                Below WL hull has Reactive Resin Synergy copper anti fouling

    Keel:                     Triple keel - Long keel and two bilge keels

    Dimensions:          L.O.A 28’0” (32’ including davits)  L.W.L. 24’0”  Beam 9’0”

                                Draft 3’3” displacement 4.5 Tons

        Ballast 1.75 tons (encapsulated cast iron)

    Engine:                  Beta BD722 17HP Pump and injectors and cooling pump serviced 2017, 30 gallon tank with sight gauge

                                Instruments: Rev counter, hour count, temperature gauge, voltmeter, lights and buzzer

                                Gearbox: Hurth HBW35

    Generation:           Lucas LRA406 70amp alternator, 110ah leisure battery and 65ah starter battery. Solara S80M36 solar panel with Kemo two battery charge regulator

                                Shore power 12amp mains battery charger

    Instruments:          Raymarine RC435 Chart Plotter 2006

        Autohelm 4000 Tiller Pilot 1995                     

        Silva Compass 1993

                                Clipper Duet Log & Echo sounder

        Clipper Wind System with wire connected mast head sensor

    Radio:                   Standard Horizon Explorer GPS GX1700E DSC with mast head antenna 2015

    Sails:                     Made 2016 by Chris Scanes Exe sails - Tan 6.38 Fibercon Dacron

    269 sqft Mainsail, 168 sqft Foresail both with built on acrylic sail cover on booms

    Spars:                   Main mast - Carbon Fibre 6" OD Black 1989

                                Fore mast - Alloy/wood 5" OD Black 1980

                                Yards - Silver anodized alloy extrusions         

    Battens & Boom – 38.1mm pultruded fiberglass with 12.7 pultruded fiberglass keeper battens new 2016

    Steering:               From transom hung rudder on bronze bearings & tiller in aft cockpit

                                TRIM TAS vane steering gear (not fitted)

    Rigging:                 All replaced 2016-2017

                                Lewmar DC1 rope clutches (group of 4 per side) 2015 plus covers

        Dyneema spliced soft shackles throughout

    Safety Equipment:  4 - man Seago inflatable liferaft new 2017

                                Hand held e-Flare.

                                2 lifeline harnesses plus anchor points, long teak handrails and safety lines

                                Fog Horn, black ball, steaming triangle, drogue sea anchor

                                Echomax 230 radar reflector??

                                Windward MOB rescue sling, mast climbing wire ladder and sling??

                                1 Whale SS5215B automatic bilge pump with manual switch

                                2 Henderson Mk V Bilge pumps serviced 2015 

                                Fire Blanket, First Aid Kit

                                2 Fire Extinguishers 2KG dry powder new 2016

     

     

    Accommodation:    1 double berth and 2 single berths

                                Headroom - Saloon 6’2", Forepeak 5'6", Aft 7'0"                  

        Saloon:             Chart table with locker below and low lighting

                                Custom breaker and switch panel

                                Wet locker cork-lined

                                Fixed 12amp main battery charger

                                Fixed drop leaf table, 2 single Berths, large storage lockers under bunks and concealed elsewhere, 6 LED lights & 2 oil lights

                                Denver Radio / CD player

                                Reflex 66Mk diesel gravity fed cabin heater with attractive tiled background

                                Laminated glass windows throughout

    Fore cabin:            Double Berth to stbd with large storage lockers under bunk and locker in cabin. LED lights. Lockers to port and wardrobe storage

        Heads:              Lavac sea toilet, s/steel basin with hot & cold taps, Shower (not connected)

                                Anchor locker accessed through heads

        Galley:              Taylor twin burner paraffin cooker with pot holders

    Stainless steel sink with fitted wooden chopping board, hot & cold taps and foot pump – hot installed but not connected, cold locker below WL, Large storage lockers, washing & draining board

                                200 lt. fresh water in 2 built in tanks with clear Perspex inspection hatches

    Interior Finish:       Cabin sole and fit out made of solid Maple

                                New curtains throughout

                               Headlining - Cabins: oatmeal coloured Formica, cream GRP gelcoat

                               Hull lining - Maple, cream painted marine plywood & cork lining

                               Bulkheads - 12/9mm Marine Ply, epoxy coated, cream painted with maple trim

                               Berth cushions   6" foam covered in burgundy acrylic canvas

     

     

     

     

    History of Yacht:    Beautifully finished yacht fitted out by original owner to a very high standard, with all systems well proven, for comfortable cruising by couple with room for two guests.

    Cruising passages include: Visits to Scilly Isles, Ireland, Arran Isle in 1996. Scillies, West of Ireland, Outer Hebrides, West of Scotland 1997,  Scillies, Irish Sea, West of Scotland in 1998. Previous owners cruised from Denmark and in the Baltic and sailed the Solent and near waters. Present owners cruised the southern SW peninsular and Channel Islands

     

    View afloat in MDL Brixham Marina

     


     

    Ivory Gull was purchased on 19th March 2015, with an MCA bill of sale and transferred to the current joint owners. She is a beautiful yacht and is only up for sail due to a house move that means the current joint ownership can no longer work. The transaction was carried out through the then leading junk rig brokers, Sunbird Marine. A full survey was conducted and all points raised were fully rectified before the boat was used for the first summer. In the winter of 2015/16 and 2017 extensive work was carried out on re-fitting the boat, to improve the function of many items and to ensure long term reliability.

     

    Notable improvements include:

     

    Electrical

    ·         New DSC GPS radio with mast head antenna

    ·         New instruments – Clipper Wind System, temperature gauge

    ·         All new LED nav lights and LED conversion to interior lights

    ·         Solar panel regulator to charge both batteries

    ·         Rewiring to restore the original very high standard fitment

    ·         New battery charger

    ·         New 110ah domestic battery

    Sails, Covers and Running Rigging

    ·         New sails made by Chris Scanes with cambered panels

    ·         New pultruded fiberglass battens with custom stainless fitting for sheetlets

    ·         All new rigging with Dyneema soft-shackles throughout

    ·         New lazy jacks

    ·         New sail covers fitted to booms so the sails are easy to stow

    ·         New Lewmar rope clutches with acrylic canvas covers

    ·         New cockpit cover with window

    Engine and Gearbox

    ·         Injector pump and injectors serviced

    ·         New glow plugs

    ·         Exhaust manifold replaced

    ·         Cooling pump rebuilt

    ·         Flexible fuel pipes renewed

    ·         New cooling header tank fitted

    ·         Engine bay light

     

    Internal

    ·         New curtains and refurbishment of the interior

    ·         New paraffin burners

    ·         New safety equipment – Seago life raft, extinguishers, fire blanket, first aid kit, Windward MOB sling

    ·         Toilet serviced, bilge pumps serviced

    ·         Automatic bilge pump fitted with manual override switch

    Sailing Performance

    With the new camber cut sails, the performance to windward is greatly improved and easy to balance to give a neutral helm. The tacking angle is about 110 degrees and downwind performance is superb with easy jibing and reefing. There is a tiller mounted Autohelm, which works well. The rig has been set up for ease of use and minimum amount of rope, but the fittings are there if the new owner wanted to add more control lines.

     

     More photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmk9Aoni

    and a full manifest at:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/6c853tf2fey9qt5/IG%20Manifest%202018.pdf?dl=0


    Also at : https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8aj9tu04xyaejii/AAAL9pFfoOM_LlBg-TrYc-_2a?dl=0

     


    Last modified: 21 Jun 2018 18:20 | Anonymous member
  • 02 Jul 2018 21:43
    Reply # 6357033 on 6299447

    Have you had any interest in your beautiful boat?

  • 04 Jul 2018 08:01
    Reply # 6359700 on 6299447

    Yes ,I've had some interest in the boat. It is being viewed this week.

  • 04 Jul 2018 15:04
    Reply # 6360081 on 6299447

    Best of luck!

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