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20’ LOA wooden daysailer, Bermudan cutter-rigged, three-quarter-decked, built by Harry Feltham of Portsmouth some time between 1932 and 1946. The carvel hull is built of red pine on American elm frames. She has been completely restored and won ‘Best Restoration’ at Beaulieu Classic Boat in 1998. Much of the standing rigging has been renewed recently.
|LOA (with bowsprit)||20ft||6.1m|
|Length on deck||18ft||5.49m|
|Draft, plate up||9ins||0.23m|
|Draft, plate down||3ft 9ins||1.14m|
Nothing Much is a very safe family boat, ideal for exploring harbours and estuaries ( 9” draft with centreplate raised) which comes with a very full inventory including tent cover, buoyancy bags, oars, 2 rudders, several sails including main/foresail/spinnaker and at least one spare of each, anchors, and combination road trailer/launching trolley.
The original rig has been simplified, dispensing with running back stays and boomed jib, and performance under mainsail and genoa is surprisingly good.
She can easily be sailed single-handed or can seat up to 6 adults in comfort. She is in excellent, ‘ready to go’ condition.
Nearly new 4hp long shaft outboard also available by separate negotiation.
Lying: Ashore under cover, Dorset
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