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Lloyds A1 Masthead Sloop

 Yanmar 3HM35, 3cyl. 30hp Diesel Engine

Fitted with Rotostay Furler, Lazy Jacks and Sailtamer with

slab reefing:Halyard and all control lines led aft to Cockpit with

Winch and Jammers.

Sails: Genoa and Fully-batttened Mainsail with a well-used

spare for each.

Deck Equipment: Cuddy/Doghouse and Dodgers, Bruce Anchor

+60m chain, manual Windlass, Sheet Winches, 4 man Liferaft,

Inflateable Dinghy, Kedge CQR Anchor + chain, Bilge Pump,

Mast Steps (that fit in Mainsail Slide), Hydrovane VXA Selfsteering

Electronics: Standard Horizon Eclipse GX1100E DSC VHF

Standard Horizon 180i Plotter(internal GPS antenna)

Garmin GPS152 sat. nav.

Raymarine ST40 Wind Instrument

Humminbird 100SX Fish Finder/Depth

Simrad Tillerpilot

Below Decks: 5 Berths (with all mattresses and cushions)

Seperate Heads (Lavac Toilet, s/s sink with h & c supply)

Solid Oak Drop-Leaf Table

Neptune 1000 s/s 2 burner Stove with Grill and Oven

Complete set of cooking utensils, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery

Coolbox and separate Icebox with drain

S/s sink with h & c (hot water supply from engine calorifier)

Mikuni Diesel Heater

2 x 12v Batteries complete with Solar Panel trickle-charger for

in-harbour/winter use, and an inverter

Safety Equipment Includes: Life Jackets, Safety Harnesses, Oscar

Rescue Sling, Grab Bag, Sea Anchor and Warp, Fire Blanket,

2 x Fire Extinguishers, Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Complete with a very good supply of warps, ropes and fenders.


Eilean Dubh (pronounced Ail-ann Doo) is the gaelic for Dark Island

and is currently ashore in Ullapool, Northwest Scotland.

The mast has been re-stepped after inspection and fettling of its 

electrics, the topsides have been freshly re-painted, the electronics

refitted and tested and she is now ready for launching and sailing

away with her new owners.

The yacht is set up for single-handed sailing, if required, but is

perfectly comfortable with 3 or 4 aboard...with plenty of locker

space for gear and stores.

The present partnership has sailed her extensively since buying

and refitting her in 1998 (with continuous improvements, renewals

and replacements over the years).

North to the Faeroes, via Fair Isle, with other trips to Orkney...

South to Fastnet (including 2 circumnavigations of Ireland)...

East from Inverness, via Wick and across the top, around Cape

Wrath to new home base of Ullapool on her delivery trip...

West to St Kilda...several times (though the Blaskets are further

west, St Kilda is where the Roughie-Toughie Romantics are

always drawn!)

And, of course, the whole of the finest cruising area in the British

Isles...the West Coast of Scotland with all its nooks and crannies.

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