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"Wind Song", Maurice Griffiths Gaff Cutter Lying  Suffolk

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14,950 - Sold - More craft like this required!
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Wind Song is an interesting, gaff centreboard cutter and is the first boat to be built to a Maurice Griffiths design. She was built by George Feltham of Portsmouth in 1929 of carvel Teak planking onto steam-bent Canadian Rock Elm frames, Copper fastened. She has Teak floors and six Bronze knees each side of the centre plate case. Decks are marine ply covered with woven glass cloth/epoxy, on oak beams.  

She offers up to five berths in three cabins! Mechanical propulsion is by Volvo Penta MD2C 2-cylinder 23 hp diesel offset to starboard driving a Darglow three-bladed feathering propeller.


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Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  34ft 6ins 10.52m
Length on Deck  27ft 6ins 8.32m
Waterline Length  24ft 7.32m
Beam  8ft 5ins 2.56m
Draft Plate Up 2ft 6ins 0.76m
Draft Plate Down 5ft 6ins 1.68m
Displacement  5.6tons
Ballast Cast Iron keel + 120lbs internal



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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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