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Harkaway, Long Keel Classic Dayboat, Lying  Cornwall

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Sails and Deck Gear
Cruise Channel Islands


Harkaway is a fin keel Bermudian sloop. Designed by Alan Pape in 1943 and built in 1946 by Curtiss and Pape of Looe, Cornwall. Carvel built, Larch on Oak with Mahogany coamings and moulded cast iron keel with Bronze keelbolts - last inspected 2003. Her deck is canvas covered

Approximate Dimensions

LOA 21ft 6.5m
Beam 5ft 8ins 1.72m
Draft 3ft 4ins 1.02m


Rig, Sails and Spars

Anodised alloy mast 
Original wooden boom
Stainless steel standing rigging
Mainsail, with slab reefing - good
4 x Jibs - good to average
Cruising Chute - good
White sail cover 

Deck Equipment

Plastimo Olympic 100 compass
Jibsheet winches and adjustable track-mounted fairleads, 
Blue waterproof cover, which stretches over cabin roof and cockpit. 
Admiralty pattern anchor and warp. 
Boat hook
Ensign staff


Seagull 2-stroke outboard motor


Petrol 2 gallons

Electrics / Electronics

NASA Target depth sounder, 
NASA Target speed and log. 
Mast head navigation light

Safety Gear

Henderson manual bilge pump. 

Shore Gear

Two wheeled road trailer
Legs for taking the ground in drying harbours. 


Full collection of historic documents and photographs, including original design drawings. 


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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996
or email to:
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