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    £ 19,950

    Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale

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    Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
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    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
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    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale in United Kingdom
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe for sale
    • Cutter (36\') - by Warrington Smythe

    36ft Cutter - 1959 - Sensibly priced at £19,950 A very pretty classic; well maintained and sympathetically updated, retaining many of her original fixtures and fittings, both on deck and below. Originally commissioned by a wealthy American entrepreneur to facilitate European and Mediterranean cruising, 'Alona' is frequently featured and detailed as a good example of a well found and capable cruising yacht by Eric Hiscocks in the second edition his book ' Cruising Under Sail', published in 1965. Please call us on - Click here to reveal phone number - or e-mail us for further details or to arrange a viewing

    History & Construction
    Alano is a 35'6" 12 ton classic cutter designed by Rodney Warrington Smyth with an enviable provenance. Built for Fred Georgeson, the American owner of a Californian vineyard in 1959 by Falmouth Boat Construction Company, she was a big favourite of Eric Hiscock. In Hiscock’s book, ‘Cruising Under Sail’ (a classic book itself) she has many pages dedicated to her and her image is even embossed on the front cover.
    He was, ‘much impressed by the high quality of the materials and the workmanship..’ that went into her. Her steering gear, for example was made by Edson, the steering gear found on many royal yachts. She is recorded in the Falmouth Maritime Museum’s list of classic yachts. Her current and previous owners have tried to keep her looking as she has always done, as will be obvious when comparing Hiscock’s photographs with more contemporary shots. Her original owners’ voyages around the Mediterranean and West Indies are mentioned by those voyagers they met, such as Miles Smeeton in ‘Sunrise To Windward’ and Kay Pope in ‘Cabo Trafalgar in the Moonlight’.

    In 2008 Alano had a complete refit with new rigging; a Beta 38HP engine was installed and her fuel and water tanks were also replaced. Since 2008 all of her keel bolts have been removed and replaced, regardless of their condition. The owner’s philosophy has been to maintain her to a high standard with an emphasis on strength and integrity. She has comfortable traditional accommodation for four with over six foot long berths.

    She is currently kept on a swing mooring on the river Tamar in Cornwall. The current owner has been used to sailing her single handed, but is now of an age in which he feels that sailing a smaller vessel would probably be prudent. Alano is rightly considered by local yacht club members to be the prettiest boat on their moorings. She also comes complete with full sized copies of Warrington Smyth’s drawings for her construction, rig and sail plan.
    Sails and Spars
    Wooden, box-section mast; thought likely to be original and inspected, stripped of coatings and all joints re-made using epoxy resin 2015. The main boom is of circular section and mainsail reefing is by original roller. The standing rigging dates from 2008, as does the majority of the running rigging. The sail plan features a self-tacking boom for the stays'l and retains twin forestays for the hanked 'Yankee' headsail. Sails include: Mainsail (290sq ft) by Richardson Sails, dating from April 2001, Genoa (375sq ft) of unknown age. No.1 Jib (194sq ft) of unknown age. Forward Stays'l (117sq ft) by Richardson Sails, dating from Oct '91, Trys'l (84sq ft) by Richardson Sails, dating from Oct '91. Storm Jib (45sq ft) of unknown age. Spinnaker (of unknown age and provenance).
    Mechanical and electrical systems
    A Beta Marine four-cylinder, naturally aspirated diesel rated at approx. 38 BHP and fitted with a TMC60 reduction gearbox was fitted new in 2008 to replace the original Perkins engine of similar rating. The opportunity was taken to replace the engine beds using manganese bronze bolts at same time. A three-bladed, fixed propeller is driven by conventional stainless steel propeller shaft that turns within a conventional packing gland stern seal. The shaft turns on the vessel's centre line with the propeller turning within an aperture between sternpost and rudder. 12 V DC systems are served by two approx. 110 A/hr lead acid batteries for which dedicated stowage was provided immediately ahead of the engine space. Charging is by means of the engine-driven alternator only, with modern isolation and selection switches fitted. A dedicated, 24-way circuit breaker distribution panel features an ammeter and voltmeter and is mounted alongside the chart table, with a LCD battery management monitor fitted here too.
    Tankage
    Original galvanised steel fresh-water tanks that were fitted beneath the saloon's berths have been removed and the centre-line tanks, beneath the cabin's sole, replaced with new GRP tanks manufactured by the current owner. Fuel is carried in two hard walled plastic tanks supplied by TekTanks and are located beneath the cockpit's sole, aft of the engine space.
    Accommodation
    'Alano' offers four genuinely comfortable berths, utilising the main cabin's saloon seating, plus two quarter berths, the latter being abaft the chart table and galley. The fo'csle is dedicated to sail and equipment stowage, and is accessed through the heads compartment and located ahead of the main saloon. The heads compartment itself extends across the boat, with an archetypical Blakes toilet to port side together with a vitreous ceramic handbasin, while to starboard, are two hanging lockers and ladder access for the for'hatch - more of that later! The relatively long main saloon features parallel seating/berths either side of a centreline- mounted table; nicely re-covered in a sympathetic fabric with a cast and enamelled stove to port side. Here too; a bonded store that was built into the structure of the vessel for the original owners. Gimballed oil lamps, chronometers and barometers abound, although the 12V DC lights have been tastefully modified and fitted with LED lamps. A sumptuously-sized chart table faces outboard to starboard side, abaft the saloon settee/berth with the modern circuit breaker distribution board to the navigator's right elbow, together with the tank gauge, while the galley is to port; complete with large stainless steel sink, bulkhead mounted and chromed taps and stainless steel finished work surfaces. From a line taken across the vessel, abaft the galley and chart table, the accommodation has been planned to be reasonably self-contained by use of a dividing curtain, enabling the two quarter berths to be hidden from the saloon berth occupants - hence the aforementioned ladder down into the heads compartment beneath the for'hatch! The two snug quarter berths feature high, moulding-edged sides/leeboards and extend well forward of the aft end of the coach roof; an occupant isn't entombed beneath the cockpit seats. Truly these are berths to be promptly claimed and thereafter defended at all costs. All this in an tasteful atmosphere of varnished hardwood trims and mellow coachroof sides, classic fifties chromed fittings and un-cramped space. She will not appeal to those hoping to accommodate six to eight yacht party-goers/picnickers, but still offers peaceful, relaxed comfort for those able to appreciate the simple things in life.
    Deck Equipment
    Powerful electric windlass, with handheld control pad.
    2 off 45lb CQR anchors with ??m of 10mm (?) calibrated chain cable.
    Double bow rollers of bronze.
    Single speed bronze-drummed sheet winches.
    An original Sestrel, binnacle-mounted compass.
    LED running lights; coach-roof mounted within boxes of 'Dorade'-style ventilators.
    Mast-mounted climbing steps.
    Set of acrylic protective covers to the for'hatch and over-saloon hatches.
    Replacement acrylic sprayhood to replace the original 'pramhood' protection for the companionway.
    Hardwood, removable boarding ladder.
    Transom-mounted 'Hydrovane' self-steering gear.
    Multiple fenders and mooring warps.
    Horse-shoe lifebuoy.
    Man overboard recovery system.
    4 person life raft in canister by Seago - Last date of service certified as Nov. '04
    Navigation Equipment and Instrumentation.
    CP300i large screen chart plotter inc. cartography cartridge.
    AIS radar.
    Secondary magnetic compass mounted below.
    Hand bearing compass.
    Chronometer & barometer.
    Disclaimer
    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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    £ 19,950
    Category:Sailing Boats
    Manufacturer:Cutter (36\')
    Model:by Warrington Smythe
    Mooring Country:United Kingdom
    Currency:GBP
    Year built:1959
    Condition:used
    Sale:Trade
    Sales status:available
    LOA:10.82 m/35 ft
    Length:10.91 m/36 ft
    Width:3.05 m/10 ft
    KW:38.0 hp
    Specifications
    Modelby Warrington SmytheMax Draft6 feet
    Waterline length26 feet
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