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1991 Norfolk Gypsy - £23,000


Lying : Dorset - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail

Norfolk Gypsy

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General Specification

LOA : 7.21m (23ft 8in)
Beam : 2.29m (7ft 6in)
Draft : 0.51m (1ft 8in)
Maximum Draft : 0.89m (2ft 11in)
Keel : Lifting



YEAR: 1991

DIMENSIONS: LOA 23' 8" (7.2m), BEAM 7' 6" (2.3m), DRAFT 1' 8" (0.5m) plate up, 2' 11" (0.9m) plate down

KEEL TYPE: Lifting keel

COLOUR: White with a yellow cove line and buff superstructure

INTERIOR: 2 berths plus galley and toilet

ENGINE: 9 hp Yanmar GM10 electric start, seawater cooled, diesel (approx 400 hours use from new)

RIG TYPE: Gunter Sloop

MAST/SPARS: Varnished spruce mounted in a tabernacle by Collar Spars

SAILS: Slab reefed main (with fitted cover) and roller reefed jib

EQUIPMENT: Internal: The boat has a large cockpit with seating and lockers to either side. In addition there are two deep lockers (plus built-in buoyancy) in the stern deck, one for the fuel tank and the other for the batteries and switch gear. In the cabin, the galley area is to port and provides a sink unit (manually pumped cold water), an Origo 2 burner spirit stove, cupboards and other storage. Opposite this is a drained hanging locker and boot rack, plus a Portapotti chemical toilet. Going forward, there is a full-length V-berth and a fitted table. The berths have lockers and built-in buoyancy under, and there is also a manual bilge pump. Navigation equipment includes: Echosounder, Autohelm 1000 autopilot and navigation lights. Deck equipment includes: Bronze spring cleats amidships, bronze mainsheet traveller, boarding ladder, cockpit cover, overall winter cover, Sampson post and grab rails. She has a teak grating in the cockpit, plus teak slats to the cockpit seats. Ground tackle includes: Danforth anchor with 2 metres chain and 10 metres 10 mm warp. A galvanised break-back road trailer with spare wheel and winch are included in the sale.

REMARKS: We understand this boat has been Gelshield coated from new and that, although she has been very little used, she has been regularly maintained with her engine being serviced by Yanmar. She is thus a good example of this well-built and popular design and, with her overnight accommodation and shallow draft capability, is ideal for exploring rivers and estuaries. Understood to be a good sea boat, her easy launch road-trailer and simple mast raising system make it feasible to enjoy distant cruising grounds and keep storage costs to a minimum.

OUR OPINION: Although not personally inspected, we understand this boat to be in immaculate condition: early viewing is recommended.


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ARCHIVE LISTING - NOT FOR SALE! This listing is provided for information and research purposes only!


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