The International One Design is a classic racing yacht with beautiful lines and stunning performance. This lovely example has a varnished hull and is admired wherever she sails. Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk Office - Phone number removed -
There is no accommodation, just a small open plan cabin forward of the large cockpit.
Mercury 3.5hp four stroke outboard engine with outboard bracket
12 volt battery (2020)
Spars & Sails
Fractionally rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium keel stepped mast by Selden Spars, 2020. Anodised aluminium boom by Z Spars, 2014. Stainless steel standing rigging new 2020. Spectra running rigging new 2020. Backstay adjuster. Two Andersen sheet winches. Two Andersen halyard winches. Selden rod kicker. Spinnaker pole. Mainsail - North - 2019 - as new Jib - North - 2017 - as new S4 Spinnaker - One Sails - 2018 - as new A5 Asymmetric - One Sails - 2015 - good Spare set of sails - 2010 - good
Anchor with chain and warp Mainsail cover Boom cover Various fenders and warps Winter storage cradle
Nasa Clipper compass (2020) Nasa Clipper depth, boatspeed and log (2020)
Built in 1960 to the International One Design designed by Bjarne Aas. Varnished carvel mahogany planked hull on oak frames with sheathed plywood deck. Pianted non-slip. Long keel with external cast iron ballast. Keel hung rudder. Tiller steering. A major restoration was carried out by Suffolk Yacht Harbour 2012 - 2013 which included new deck, carlings, some deck beams and covering boards, some new laminated beams and replacement planls at starboard aft counter. Externally she was stripped and re-varnished. She was refitted with Harken deck gear and Andersen self tailing winche. The topside were revarnished 2019.
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