www.EasternYachts.com, "Mistress"   Fantasi 31/32  Lying  Dumbarton, Scotland

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Sails and Deck Gear


Pine 38ft hollow box-section (6in x 6in tapering to 5in x 4˝in); deck stepped, its base encased in stainless steel box; masthead and spreader fittings, as well as mast winches, all of marine grade stainless steel; cleats pine. 

Masthead lights, tricolour plus all-round white, with anchor light and deck light afore spreaders. Mast and fittings in excellent condition. 

Fittings recently removed, mast sanded back, and built up with eight coats Epifanes gloss varnish.


All stainless steel; twin backstays 7mm, new 1997; forestay 7mm new 2003 with Nemo Rullfock furling gear; cap shrouds 7mm, aft lower shrouds 7mm and baby forestay 6mm, with Plastimo furling staysail gear, new 1996. Mylar running rigging in distinguishing colours. 

Deck gear: 

Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit, the latter Scandinavian modified with special opening link-bar to facilitate mooring; Norselay guard-rails; substantial stainless steel stem-head with rollers for chain and rope; deck fittings include bronze fuel and water fillers, bronze tracks for genoa and staysail fairleads, SL double action 10mm chain/rope windlass, and substantial bronze bollard. 

Pulpit carries bow navigation lights for ‘running lights’ and pushpit a stern light.

Tan-and-blue Terylene mainsail (196 sq ft) with slab reefing plus tan-and-blue Terylene furling genoa foresail (315 sq ft), both by Gowan and Owen Sails (1994) in good condition; tan/blue Terylene staysail (76sq ft) 1997, and a new handsome nylon cruising chute, both by Owen Sails in excellent condition. Also almost new suit of white (Swedish) mainsail and furling genoa [we prefer coloured sails in Scotland and had the suit of tan-and-blue sails made to spec in 1994 before sailing Mistress to Scotland].


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