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FOR SALE

1938 Ernest Woods River Cruiser Class & Trailer - £6,250

Lying : Ashore Norfolk Broads - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail

Ernest Woods River Cruiser Class & Trailer

General Specification

Designer : Ernest Woods
Builder : Ernest Woods/Herbert Woods
LOA : 6.55m (21ft 6in)
LOD : 6.55m (21ft 6in)
LWL : 5.11m (16ft 9in)
Beam : 2.39m (7ft 10in)
Draft : 0.86m (2ft 10in)
Keel : Long Fin

Construction

Rigging & Sails

Mechanical & Electrical

Accommodation

Equipment

Remarks

This Norfolk Broads River Cruiser Class yacht was originally built as a half decker, one of a class of six designed and built by Ernest Woods in the late 1930s, all of which are believed to still be in commission today. Her cabin was fitted by Herbert Woods in 1950/51, and a Stuart Turner R3MC two stroke engine was installed at the same time. She is understood to be in very good overall condition having been partially rebuilt by Peter Simpson between 2006 and 2013 with approximately £4,000 being spent on repairs to the hull and superstructure. Her current owner, who purchased her in 2012 whilst she was still undergoing her restoration, states that this small classic Broads sailing cruiser is "A delight to handle and a joy to see". New long shaft outboard 2016 with six year warranty!

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Disclaimer

Topsail Marine Yacht Brokers is acting as brokers only and unless stated otherwise the vendor is not selling in the course of business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of vessel particulars is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only. Prospective purchasers are strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate employ an independent qualified agent to carry out a survey and/or sea/river trial. Vessels are offered subject to prior sale, amendment or withdrawal without notice.

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