Alan Buchanan yawl designed as a comfortable long distance cruising yacht and built to Lloyds100A1 in 1966. She has covered many miles in the present ownership with trips around the Med and across to the Caribbean and back. Updated with good sails and equipment, she is a high volume yacht for her length and easily handled by one or two people. 5 berths including a double forward, 7' headroom in the saloon. In regular use and ready to sail., BOAT NAME: Nausicaa; SPECS: Builder: GF Smeeth, Essex, Designer: Alan Buchanan, Keel: Full; DIMENSIONS: LOA: 37 ft 6 in, Beam: 10 ft 3 in, LWL: 27 ft 0 in, Length on Deck: 37 ft 6 in, Minimum Draft: 5 ft 6 in, Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in, Headroom: 7 ft 0 in; ENGINES: Total Power: 45 HP, Engine 1:, Engine Brand: Perkins, Engine Model: 4108, Engine Type: Inboard, Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel, Propeller: 3 blade propeller, Drive Type: Direct Drive, Engine Power: 45 HP, , Cruising Speed: 5 knots, TANKS: Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (50), Fuel Tanks: 1 (20); ACCOMMODATIONS: Number of single berths: 5, Number of double berths: 1, Number of cabins: 2, Number of heads: 1; ELECTRONICS: Plotter, Log-speedometer, Depthsounder, Compass, Autopilot - Aries windvane, VHF - ICOM DSC & SH DSC, Wind speed and direction; SAILS: Storm jib, Furling genoa, Battened mainsail, Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker; RIGGING: Steering wheel; INSIDE EQUIPMENT: Oven, Refrigerator, Electric bilge pump, Marine head, Manual bilge pump; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT: Shore power inlet, Inverter; OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/EXTRAS: Liferaft - Seago 4 man, Solar panel, Tender - Avon inflatable, Total Liferaft Capacity: 4; COVERS: Mainsail cover SPECIFICATION: Wooden Ships Comments Designed by Alan Buchanan and built by G.F. Smeeth, Dedham, Essex in 1966 to Lloyds 100A1. One of the larger yachts built by this small Essex yard, evidently a quality yacht when built using top class materials and showing some very fine traditional workmanship. The design has notable beam for an English yacht of her day with generous freeboard making her a stiff and dry yacht in a seaway with a large amount of internal volume. The cock-pit is large for the size of yacht and with wheel steering instead of a tiller sweeping the back of the cock-pit, it is very comfortable for larger parties. Unusually for her time, the coach-roof runs forward only as far as the mast leaving wide side decks and a clear fore deck. Her yawl rig makes her an easily handled yacht in a breeze and she sails well under fore sail and mizzen thus eliminating the problems of reefing a big mainsail as the wind gets up. Lived aboard by the present owner since 2012 and cruised many thousands of miles around the Mediterranean and back and forth across the Atlantic. Hauled out every year for careful maintenance, she has clearly been well looked after and upgraded in the present ownership and is now in fine condition and ready to continue her adventures around the globe. Length on deck 37?6? Lwl 27? Beam 10?3? Draft 5?6? Thames Tonnage 13TM 7.8tons Construction Planked in Afromosia for the bottom 4 planks and mahogany above all copper rivet fastened to steam bent Canadian Rock Elm timbers. Oak backbone and stem with galvanised strap floors on every timber. Floors lifted and refurbished with new bolts in 1999. External iron ballast keel with galvanised steel keel bolts. All bolts replaced either in 1987 or 1994 with 2 replaced in 2011. Solid yacht laid teak deck with varnished king plank, cover board and toe rails. Seams re-payed in 2016. Varnished teak coamings with sheathed plywood coachroof deck and varnished teak dorade boxes and hand rails. Self draining cockpit with teak coamings and scrubbed teak thwarts. Whitlock wheel steering system. Rig Bermudan yawl rig on varnished wooden spars. All spars stripped and varnished in 2017 with 16 coats. Mainmast is keel stepped with single spreaders. New slab reefing varnished boom in 2012. Deck stepped mizzen mast, new from Collars in 2006, with a varnished slab reefing boom. Stainless steel standing rigging to internal bronze chain plates. Furlex roller reefing headsail fitted new in 2001. Pair of Lewmar 40 self tailing cockpit sheet winches, new in 2010. Pair of Secondary Gibb cockpit sheet winches. 3 top action halyard winches on the mast plus reefing winch on the boom. Full set of sails including 2018 genoa, downwind sails and storm sails all in good or excellent condition Machinery Perkins 4108 45hp 4cyl diesel fully rebuilt in 2016 and serviced regularly. Single lever controls to a centreline fixed 3 blade bronze propeller gives 5 knots cruising speed at 3 litre/hour. 2 x 12 volt 200ah domestic batteries. Dedicated engine start battery new in 2018. 20 gallon steel fuel tank under the cockpit sole. 50 gallon galvanised water tank under the cabin sole. Accommodation 5 berths plus 2 small childs berths. 7' headroom in the saloon and 6'6 in the forecabin under the hatch. Steps down from the cockpit over the engine box with the galley to port and quarter berth to starboard. Galley has a new ENO 2 burner gas stove with oven and grill, deep double stainless sink, and excellent design with pressurised running water. Deep locker in aft corner with removable 12v/220v refrigeration unit. Forward of the quarter berth is the forward facing chart desk with a seat which lifts up to reveal a chart shelf and storage. Main saloon with a settee berth either side with backs that lift up into Pullman berths. New covers 2016. Dropleaf varnished teak saloon table offset to port giving a clear walk way through the boat. Access forward with a heads compartment to port. Baby Blake sea toilet discharges directly overboard and a hand basin with manual water pump. Useful lockers under the side deck. Large hanging locker opposite the heads under starboard side deck. Forward cabin with twin V-berths that convert to a large double with fore hatch above and ample standing headroom. Anchor locker beyond the berth. Full specification and details available upon request Disclaimer: These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.