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Jaynor, Arthur Robb Classic Cutter

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Sails and Deck Gear
Dog House
Nav Station


Jaynor is an Arthur Robb designed, Robb-42 Cruiser Racer, built by the Bangor Shipyard Co in 1967, of double skins of Afzelia, a  New Zealand Hardwood, with Teak decks, Teak coachroof and cockpit and Teak laid decks to Lloyds +100A1 standard.  

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  41ft 11ins 12.77m
Waterline Length  32ft 9.75m
Beam  10ft 4ins 3.14m
Draft  6ft 7ins 2.01m
Sail Area 779sq ft  72.4
Displacement  9 tons 9144kg
Ballast 3.9tons 3962kg
Thames Tonnage  16

She has a long keel. Her keel is Lead; her keelbolts are Bronze. 


Up to seven berths in two cabins
Two berths in the forepeak
Heads to port lockers to starboard
Then in the main cabin, U shaped settee to port converts to a double berth
Straight settee to starboard
Coming aft, galley to port, navigation table to starboard
In the dog house, there are settees either side with quarter berths behind, extending under the cockpit seats

Rig, Sails and Spars

Masthead cutter rig
Aluminium alloy mast 
Timber boom 
Roller boom reefing on mainsail
Stainless Steel standing rigging


Racing Genoa Banks  2005
Racing Dacron mainsail - Banks 2005
Tri-radial all-purpose Spinnaker - banks 2005
Cruising No 6 working jib - Banks 1998
Cruising Mitre Cut No8 Working staysail - Banks 998
Storm Trisail - Banks
Classic Lewmar winches

Deck Equipment

35lb CQR bower anchor on 20 fathoms chain
25 lb CQR kedge 
20lb CQR Kedge 
Hydraulic anchor windlass doesn't function but can be operated manually

Sestrel steering compass

Lewmar sheet winches


Cockpit dodgers
Boom tent
Cockpit canopy
Deck mop
Boat hook
Spinnaker pole

Boom crutch
Ensign / staff
Cockpit cushions

General Equipment

Force 10 cooker with 4 hobs, grill and oven - gimballed
Refrigerator 12 Volt (needs repair)
Pots, pans and crocks included
Electric and manual pumped cold water to galley and heads.
Simpson Lawrence sea toilet

Hand bearing compass



Beta Marine 50 hp (2007) 


Water - 2 tanks 75 gallons total
Diesel - 33 gallons 

Electrics / Electronics

Fuse panel with battery Voltmeter 
3 x 12 Volt Batteries - 1 engine start 2 x general service
Shore power installation
Battery charger

Sterling alternator boost controller
Radio cassette / DVD  player
Echo sounder


Garmin GPS128 
Garmin GPS map 550 chart plotter
Wind speed /  direction indicator - needs attention. 

M Tech MT-500 VHF Radio telephone
Log / speedo - needs attention. 
Navigation lights
Interior lights
Chartable light

Safety Gear

2 x lifebelts with drogues
6 x safety harnesses
Boarding ladder
Radar reflector

4 x fire extinguishers - not all guaranteed in date
Fire blanket
Flares - not all guaranteed in date
3 x first aid kits
3 x manual bilge pumps
Electric automatic bilge pump

Life raft - needs service.

Shore Gear

All over winter cover (old!)

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Tailor made yard trolley - not been immersed.

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Zodiac Inflatable dinghy  very good condition 
Honda 2.3hp Outboard for dinghy - as new 

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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   

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In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.  All Content is copyright - All Rights Reserved.