"Muldonich"  G.L.Watson  Gaff Yawl Lying  Irvine, Scotland

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Muldonich 

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7,450 Sold

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Muldonich is a British Registered gaff yawl built in 1930 by John MacDonald, Portbeg, Oban, designed by G.L.Watson (original plans, with Watsons, included copies of Albert Strange's "Venture"). She is very similar.

Carvel planked in mahogany, bent frames in Elm, grown frames in Oak, Oak hog, pitch pine deck with coach roof, hatches and trim all in teak. Many of the brass and bronze fittings are original.

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  29ft 8 ins
Waterline Length  22ft
Beam  7ft
Draft  4ft 8ins
Thames Measurement   5 tons

She is a much admired boat and offers three berths , galley, heads etc in an open plan layout.

The accommodation is mainly in one large spacious saloon with a long, narrow forepeak.

The cockpit is deep and quite small, newly floored in Iroko.

Joinery is very original, in teak, with pleasant joiner details.

Her Albin twin cylinder petrol engine with single lever Morse control in the cockpit pushes her along at around 4 to 5  knots and uses around 1/2 gallon per hour. It is quiet and drives the boat easily.

The keel bolts were replaced when she was purchased by the current owner.

 

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19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: Freephone 0800 068 6190 or 01206  305996 Fax: 01206  307846
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