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David Cheverton Sloop 1962

€319 268 Prix ​​demandé: £275 000
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22 Market Street
Poole, Dorset, BH15 1NF
Royaume-Uni
01202330077

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Marque David Cheverton
Modèle Sloop 1962
Année 1962
Condition Occasion
Prix £275 000
Type Voile
Classe Classique et de tradition
Longueur 11.43 m
Carburant Diesel
Matériau de la coque Bois
Location Royaume-Uni
Statut en matière fiscale Taxe non applicable
Longueur Hors Tout 11.43 m
Longueur à la flottaison 7.62 m
Longueur pont 11.43 m
Bau 0.3 m
Tirant d'eau max. 1.83 m
Tirant d'eau min. 1.83 m
Type de quille enums.keel-type.kt-full
Déplacement (Demi-charge) 16200 livres
Type de moteur Inbord
Marque du moteur Vetus
Modèle de moteur M4.15
Carburant Diesel
Puissance 33 hp
Architecte David Cheverton
Fabricant Clare Lallow Cowes

Description

In the Classic Boat Magazine article about MISTY, Nic Compton writes that Cheverton the boat’s designer was torn between 2 eras; that MISTY has the increased beam of the later Dick Carter and Olin Stephens designs but not a total departure along this route. In our view this has meant her elegant sheer and overhangs reflect the beauty and charm of an earlier period in yacht design that was unaffected by the rating rules to come !

MISTY is a potential IRC class winner – her long overhangs and heavy displacement ensuring a favourable rating. The thorough rebuild and clever treatment in making her simple beautiful and easy to sail make this boat an extremely interesting prospect.

Meanwhile it’s fair to say that her current owner with a number of other boats in his possession would give serious consideration to a sensible offer on this one.

Brokers Comments

In the Classic Boat Magazine article about MISTY, Nic Compton writes that Cheverton the boat’s designer was torn between 2 eras; that MISTY has the increased beam of the later Dick Carter and Olin Stephens designs but not a total departure along this route. In our view this has meant her elegant sheer and overhangs reflect the beauty and charm of an earlier period in yacht design that was unaffected by the rating rules to come !

MISTY is a potential IRC class winner – her long overhangs and heavy displacement ensuring a favourable rating. The thorough rebuild and clever treatment in making her simple beautiful and easy to sail make this boat an extremely interesting prospect.

Meanwhile it’s fair to say that her current owner with a number of other boats in his possession would give serious consideration to a sensible offer on this one.

History

David Chaverton designed MISTY for Franklin Ratsey-Woodroffe of Cowes sail makers Ratsey and Lapthorne in 1962 following the success some years earlier of the 35 ft DANEGELD. While aiming to scale up and take advantage of rating opportunities it is fair to say MISTY’s much heavier build and displacement achieved more in resilience and strength than speed. Notwithstanding she has performed in a number of races including two Fastnets finishing 15th in 1963 and 25th two years later. Round the Island she did better finishing 4th – and 3rd in class in 1962 and 2nd / 3rd in 1965. She also proved herself a fast and comfortable cruising yacht.

By 1970 she had moved to Dublin, later to Northern Ireland – then to Dundee ending up at Tayport Marina in a state of neglect, to be found by her current owner and restorer. Given his own racing background the owner was keen to take her back to the racing mode for which she had been designed.

MISTY has enjoyed a substantial restoration at the hands of A&R Way Boatbuilding at Lochgilphead; not only geographically convenient but notably experienced in classic yacht restoration. One of those was the Fife 8 Metre TRUANT and while in her case the brief was to remain as faithful as possible to the original, for MISTY they were to create virtually a new boat – but in the spirit of the old.

Construction

- Splined mahogany planking on steam bent oak frames
- Hardwood timber and some bronze strap floors
- 16 mm teak deck planking over a 2 layer ply sub deck
- Teak cockpit

Accommodation and Domestic Equipment

From cockpit; bridge forward and sliding hatch in coach roof
- Wide safe companionway steps down
- Joinery in teak faced marine ply
- Bulkhead facing aft with engine instrumentation, heating and bilge pump controls
- White painted deck head contrasting with varnished deck beams
- Teak and holly cabin sole
- Galley to port
- Stainless steel sink and fresh water pump tap
- Lockers outboard and under draining board
- Dometic 3 burner hob and oven
- Half bulkhead fwd
- Saloon with 4 x deck head lights and 6 small spotlights
- 2 x Single settee berths with trotter boxes; one each side forward
- Original solid teak drop leaf table on centreline neatly modified to ease access to engine below
- Lockers for stowage above and outboard each side
- Access forward offset to stbd
- And doorway to port
- Head compartment with manual WC, stainless steel sink and foot pump
- Open hanging locker to stbd and stowage locker
- Doorway access to fore cabin with deck head light
- Large 2 x single Vee berth
- Hatch in deckhead (fore end of trunk cabin)
- Anchor locker in fore peak

Coming aft through the saloon
- Chart table aft side of half bulkhead to the left on stbd
- Desk top makes infill for a full size quarter berth running aft

Rig, Spars, Sails and Canvas

- Masthead sloop rig
- Selden alloy mast and boom by All Spars new September 2014
- LED downlights on spreaders
- Steel wire standing rigging
- Dyneema running rigging

- Sails all new September 2014 by Sanders Sails, Lymington
- Mainsail Vectron 3 reefs: 32.70 sq m
- No 2 Genoa Vectron: 30.10 sq m
- No 3 Genoa Vectron: 25.20 sq m
- Running 0.9oz spinnaker 94.65 sq m
- Reaching 1.5oz spinnaker 83.00 sq metres
- Full set of winter covers new December 2014

Deck Layout Equipment and Ground Tackle

From aft
- Stainless steel pushpit, stanchions and guard wires to the bow
- High varnished teak toe rail
- 2 x Panama eye fairleads for mooring lines
- Bronze mushroom vent
- Selden adjustable main sheet traveller
- Tiller steering
- Very large deep self draining cockpit
- 2 x Lewmar 42 main sheet winches aft end of cockpit coaming
- Wide cockpit seats; 3 opening to large stowage lockers and gas bottle locker
- Morse single lever engine control
- Shore power socket
- Garmin steering compass
- Raymarine autohelm header
- 2 x Lewmar 46 ST primary genoa winches
- Very wide uncluttered side decks
- Bronze genoa tracks fitted to toe rail port and stbd
- Trunk cabin with varnished hand rails full length port and stbd
- Short jib tracks on each side deckhead Alloy mast
- 2 x Lewmar 30 halyard winches at mast base
- Spinnaker pole track on leading edge of mast
- Alloy spinnaker pole stowed on side deckhead
- Large raised varnished teak hatch at fore end of trunk cabin
- Large clear foredeck
- Teak and bronze mooring cleats each side
- 2 x Panama eye fairleads
- Anchor roller
- Stainless steel pulpit

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage

- Vetus M4.15 33 HP Diesel engine
- Darglow three bladed feathering propeller
- Electric starter
- 60 A Alternator
- Isolator panel
- Victron electrical system
- 2 x 12 V batteries
- 230 V AC shore supply with CB and RCD protection
- Victron 12 V 30 A battery charger
- Diesel warm air heating system
- 40 litre polyethylene fuel tank new 2014
- 40 litre polyethylene fresh water tank new 2014

Navigation Communication and Electronics

- Raymarine speed, depth, wind
- Raymarine auto pilot
- Digital Yacht AIS
- Digital Yacht wireless enables all instruments to be viewed on iPad, iPhone, Laptop, etc
- Icom H323 VHF

Safety

The boat is set up for ISAF Cat 1 and has all the mandatory safety equipment including:
- AIS
- Radar reflectors
- Anchors
- Manual and automatic bilge pumps
- Flares
- Lifebelt on the pushpit

No life raft provided as hired appropriate to crew size when needed for long distance racing

Restoration Refit

Restoration by A&R Way Lochgilphead 2012 -15 referenced by “Classic Boat” Jan 2015
Some key features of this include:
- Six sections of planking replaced around chain plates; otherwise original hull largely retained
- Upper strake and toe rail capping replaced
- Transom replaced
- Under deck beams and carlins substantially rebuilt and some 50 % replaced
- New deck with 2 layers of 3/8th in / 9mm and ¼ in / 6mm ply and 5/8th in teak planking over
- New s steel chain plates bolted to planking and frame – and locked around the beam shelf
- Steering gear reconfigured with quadrant to new s s rudder stock wired to tiller in aft deck
- Original rudder dismantled and rebuilt in laminated form
- New mast 8 ft higher than original and new fractional rig fitted
- Original Ratsey interior replaced by A&R more in line with original Cheverton design
- New Vetus engine settled on original bed with new shaft and ancillaries

More information on the works and yacht’s condition is provided in a survey of Sep 2014

Disclaimer

These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.

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Présenté par:

Sandeman Yacht Company

22 Market Street
Poole, Dorset, BH15 1NF
Royaume-Uni
01202330077

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Royaume-Uni
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