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"Regnum", Teak Harbour Launch Lying  Hampshire

Deck Gear


Regnum was built in 1962 by Osbourne's of Littlehampton for the Chichester Harbourmaster to a design by John Knowles. Construction is one inch Teak planking on to Oak frames with Bronze fastenings, Mahogany benches, console and bulkheads, 3/4inch Iroko floors.  She has a traditional coir rope all round fender.   

She has recently been completely refurbished from stem to stern and is presented in lovely condition. 

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  27ft 8.23m
Waterline Length  25ft 7.62m
Beam  9ft 3ins 2.82m
Draft  3ft 0.91m
Displacement  5.5tons 5590kg

Deck Equipment

Tonneau cover
Gunmetal heavy duty cleats, bollards and bow roller
25lb CQR anchor
Boat hook
Ensign / staff
Original towing fittings are available: tow post, strong back , towing bar and Sampson posts

General Equipment

Clearview screen
screen wipers x 2
Jabsco sea toilet (2007)


Ford Sabre 80hp diesel 


Diesel 30 gallons

Electrics / Electronics

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Navigation lights

Safety Gear

Boarding Ladder
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Engine driven bilge pump

Shore Gear

All over Winter cover


Her original construction drawings are available.

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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
or email to:
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