Google 1965 Holman North Sea 24

Year: 1965  
Manufacturer: Wooden Ships
Price: £28,500

A classic Kim Holman design, the North Sea 24 is an ideal cruising yacht, perfectly behaved, deceptively fast, excellent heavy weather yacht and 5 berths. Length on deck 31′ LWL 24′ Beam 9′ Draft 5’6″ 9TM Built by Kim Holman’s brother Jack at his Upham’s Yard, Brixham, Devon in 1965. Long keel, spoon bow, transom stern with transom hung rudder. Planked in 1″ mahogany all copper fastened to steam bent Canadian Rock elm timbers. Heavier and closer spaced in way of the mast. Clamp under the beam shelf in way of chain plates. External iron ballast keel. 2 bolts drawn and replaced Dec 1997. Oak floors and a few galvanised strap floors. Sheathed ply deck. Varnished teal toe rail. Varnished teak coach-roof coamings. Stainless steel pull-pit, push-pit and stanchions. Spray-hood on s/s frame. Self draining cock-pit with bridge deck. Masthead bermudian sloop rig on alloy mast stepped in a galvanised shoe on the coach-roof. Slab reefing alloy boom. 3 spinnaker poles. Stainless steel rigging. Twin standing back-stays to the quarters, twin lowers and cap shroud. Fore stay on roller furling gear to stainless steel stemhead fitting. Lazy inner fore stay on quick-release lever. 3 mast winches 4 cock-pit sheet winches 216sq’ mainsail. 310sq’ genoa on furling gear. Jib, storm jib, cruising chute, spare mainsail. Lazy jacks Zipped bagg,mainsail stacking system fitted 2008. Yanmat 2GM 15hp 2-cyl diesel engine, rebuilt 2001 Conventional shaft drive to centre-line prop gives 5knts. 3 new 12v batteries. Shore power connection. Sterling Advanced regulator 2007. Mains battery charger 2008 Thermostats, temp sensor, block anodes all fitted new in ’07. 5 berths. V-berths in the fore cabin. Full head-room under the fore hatch on the fore end of the coach-roof. Sliding bulkhead door to the stbd off-set passageway back to the saloon cabin. Lockers under the side deck to stbd, heads compartment to port with sea toilet and plastic hand basin which folds up against the bulkhead, drains to the head. Heads compartment door swings round the close off the sallon cabin which with the fore cabin sliding door shut makes a large athwartships ablutions compartment. The saloon cabin has port and stbd settee berths with a pilot berth up behind the port berth. A mahogany board table fits on a stainless steel pedestal tube which can equally be mounted in the cock-pit. The table spins to allow use by people sitting on both settee berths. Drinks cabinet with leaded glass doors in a bulkhead locker at the fore end of the stbd settee berth, red light comes on when doors are opened. Bengco charcoal stove, stainless steel cabin heater on the fwd bulkhead to port with flue to deck. Half bulkheads aft to port side large chart desk with stowage drawers under. Very useful stowage recess under the bridge deck aft of the chart desk. Galley to stbd with Plastimo gimballed gas cooker with grab rails across the front. Divided work surfaces reach back under the bridge deck, lockers below. A flap on the half bulkhead over the head of the settee berth lifts to increase work surface. The engine is under a substantial, solid mahogany varnished box on the centre-line with open tread steps to cock-pit and stowage behind. 10 gall galvanised steel water tank under the cabin sole. Varnished teak cabin sole boards, varnished teak coamings, mahogany joinery, brass oil lamps, white painted ply bulkheads and deckhead. 6’3″ head-room in the saloon. Plastimo bulkhead compass Navman and fishfinder sounders Navman and Walker logs Navman DSC VHF new 2007 Autohelm auto-pilot on the tiller. Lowrance chart plotter Stowe wind direction/close haul. 4-man life raft 4 life jackets Life buoys

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