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The Galley of Lorne is a Twin Screw Diesel Yacht Designed by Frederick Parker
and built by R.W. Clark of Cowes in 1962 to Lloyds 100A1. Construction is
carvel, of Honduras Mahogany, copper fastened on to steamed Oak frames. Decks
are laid Teak planking on to marine plywood. The superstructure is Mahogany; the
brightwork trim is Teak and Mahogany.
She offers four comfortable berths on
three cabins. Her twin Lister Alpha 45hp diesels were installed in 1999
along with a diesel generator and very comprehensive electronics pack. The
majority of her electronic systems are duplicated and some triplicated.
||34ft +3ft davits
||10.36m + (0.91m)
|Length on Deck
|Air draft - mast up
|Air draft - mast down
|Steadying Sail Area
||1100lbs lead external
She has a deep keel with small bilge keels and twin rudders giving excellent
motion and good directional stability in a seaway. She has good control even
when running on one engine.
The Galley of Lorne has extensively cruised in France, Belgium, Holland
and England's East and South coasts.