Refurbished Kingfisher K20 with cambered rig, for sale

  • 19 Jun 2023 16:43
    Message # 13216954

    Chinee carries a Chris Scanes cambered sail on a sleeved Needlespar mast which can be lowered by hand; stainless steel horse. Navigation electronics, solar and other equipment, all in excellent condition. 6hp 4 stroke Tohatsu outboard available if required, as is a bespoke trailer which has not been in the sea since having new bearings. Following an extensive refurbishment, Chinee has been sailed for a couple of seasons, but most of the time kept indoors and tarped. The result is that she is fresh, clean and dry. Price without outboard and trailer, £2,800 ono.

    Further details on request.

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    Last modified: 05 Jul 2023 09:30 | Anonymous member
  • 20 Jun 2023 12:15
    Reply # 13217325 on 13216954

    What is your asking price?

  • 03 Jul 2023 14:39
    Reply # 13222993 on 13216954
  • 04 Jul 2023 08:25
    Reply # 13223294 on 13216954

    Where is she?

  • 04 Jul 2023 09:46
    Reply # 13223305 on 13216954

    North Wales

  • 04 Jul 2023 10:56
    Reply # 13223314 on 13216954

    Kingfishers are all notoriously tough and solidly built boats.

    Chinee sure is a great little ship and at a fair price in my opinion.

    If I lived in the UK or Europe I would come to a deal including the trailer and outboard and, given a decent tow vehicle, would take her on some amazing adventures over both land and water.

    Here are some additional pictures that I had of her on file.

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  • 05 Jul 2023 07:57
    Reply # 13223584 on 13216954

    Isn't she a K20, rather than a K20+?

  • 05 Jul 2023 19:53
    Reply # 13223867 on 13223584
    Anonymous wrote:

    Isn't she a K20, rather than a K20+?

    Correct, the rudder is stern hung.

    Have to say I prefer a stern hung rudder, easy to maintain, clear debris, and fit a simple self steering.

  • 05 Sep 2023 21:55
    Reply # 13250467 on 13216954

    I’ve sent you a private message. Thanks

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