1960 Lively Lady Class Broads Sailing Cruiser - £7,750
Lying : Norfolk - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail
Builder : Herbert Woods
LOA : 9.75m (32ft 0in)
Beam : 2.82m (9ft 3in)
Draft : 1.07m (3ft 6in)
Keel : Long
CONSTRUCTION: Iroko on pine (built Herbert Woods)
YEAR: Early 1960s
DIMENSIONS: LOA 32', BEAM 9' 3", DRAFT 3' 6"
KEEL TYPE: Long
COLOUR: White with a blue cove line
INTERIOR: 6 berths in 2 cabins, plus galley and heads
ENGINE: 2 cylinder 10 hp Petter diesel
RIG TYPE: Bermudan sloop
MAST/SPARS: Alloy mast and timber boom
SAILS: Main and jib (both terylene) plus sail cover
EQUIPMENT: Internal: The boat has a large cockpit with seating for 3 each side plus lockers under the seats and across the transom. Inside the boat, the galley is situated aft, with a Flavel Vanessa cooker (1995) giving 2 burners, grill and oven, plus worktop, cupboards and a gas water heater to starboard and a sink unit (with pressurised hot and cold), more cupboards and an Electrolux fridge (1996) to port. Forward of these there is a full-length settee berth to either side (each of which converts into a double if required) and under which there are drawers. There is also a hanging locker. Forward again, the heads - with a new Raske sea toilet to starboard and handbasin (with pressurised hot and cold plus shower) to port. In the bows there are 2 further full-length single berths plus a hanging locker, further storage, a deck-hatch and the vessel's mast-lowering winch. Headroom in the main cabin is over 6' reducing to about 5' in the forward cabin. Upholstery is in red leatherette in the main cabin (blue in the forward cabin) and is in very good condition. Internal woodwork is in mahogany. External: The boat is fitted with mast-lowering gear, and comes complete with the usual Broads gear of ropes, warps and fenders plus mudweight and rhond anchors. She also has pots, pans, cutlery and crockery. Additionally, she is fitted with fire extinguishers and a lifebuoy.
REMARKS: For sale due to her owner having decided to retire from boating. In addition to the equipment set out above, she has a cockpit tent, winter cover, life jackets and a folding, drop-leaf mahogany table.
OUR OPINION: It's always nice to go aboard a sailing cruiser with really good headroom (the writer speaks as a somewhat ungainly 6' 2"). This boat gives an excellent feeling of space, but needs some work.
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