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"Mister Cube", Nicholson Jolina Class 9 ton Sloop Lying  Essex

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Mister Cube, Nicholson Jolina Class 9 ton Sloop for sale

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Mister Cube (originally owned by a director of Tate and Lyle!) is a 9 Ton Nicholson Jolina Class Sloop built by Burne's Shipyard, Bosham, Lloyds +100A1, in 1961 to the classic Charles Nicholson design. Construction is Carvel, Mahogany planking on to Oak frames. The Lead keel is attached by Stainless Steel keel bolts. 

She offers up to four berths in two cabins. Mechanical propulsion is by Beta 28hp diesel installed new in 2004 and has probably only had one hours running as the owner who had it installed fell ill and was unable to continue with her. 

The current owner bought her in April 2007 and has started a major restoration on her. However, due to business commitments he must now pass her on, as a project, to someone with more time.

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Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  35ft 1in 10.69m
Waterline Length  - -
Beam  9ft 2ins 2.79m
Draft  5ft 11ins 1.8m
Sail Area 609sq ft 56.6sq M
Displacement  6.9 tons 7010
Thames Tonnage  9 Tons



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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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