Robert Clark Wooden Sloop

Sailing cruiser from the year 1939 - 12,19m length - in Devon (United Kingdom)

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33.236 €
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Built in 1939 by Millers of St Monans to a design by Robert Clark, KALISTRA was a greyhound of her era. This very attractive classic exceeds expectations with a tremendous all-points sailing performance. Duck below and you get a surprise too, and not to put too fine a point on it, you could be in a small club house! Comfort, style and quality in equal measures.   KALISTRA has a narrow but safe cockpit, enjoying a removable teak dining table and 'dicky' seats for Al Fresco dining. She has wide uncluttered side decks, and plenty to grab a hold of. The sheathed decks are very easy to maintain and were recently re-sheathed and over-plied.

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Features of Robert Clark Wooden Sloop:

Basic data

  • Type: Sailing cruiser

  • Year : 1939

  • Length: 12.19 m

  • Location: Devon (United Kingdom)

  • Name: KALLISTRA

  • Flag: -

  • Shipyard: Robert Clark

  • Material: Wood

Dimensions

  • Beam: 2.79 m

  • Draft: -

  • Ballast: -

  • Displacement: -

Capacity

  • Maximum number of passengers: -

  • Cabins: 3

  • Berths: 5

  • Heads: -

  • Water capacity: 100 L

Motor

  • Number of engines: 1

  • Power: 28 HP

  • Fuel capacity: 150 L

  • Motor type : Inboard

  • Fuel type : Diesel

  • Make of the motor: Beta 3 Cylinder

  • Engine usage (hours): -

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This Sailing cruiser's equipment

Electronics

Compass, Vhf, Autopilot, Depthsounder, Log speedometer, Plotter, Wind speed and direction

Deck equipment

Sleeps 5 in three cabins including the saloon 
Full standing headroom throughout
Teak floorboards and various panelled joinery
Leather upholstery 
Galley (to starboard):
Flavel Vanessa gasoline stove
Stainless steel sink with taps, with generous stowage
Pordesk 12v refigerator
Moving forward, and down another set of steps, there is immediately a feeling of entering an old club, with fine panel work and lovely buttoned leather seating 
Dining and relaxing area (forward):
Settee docks (to seaport and starboard)
Removeable drop leaf mahogany desk (original)
Heads Compartment (to seaport):
Baby Blake sea toilet
Wash tank with pressurized cold-water supply 
Large wet locker 
Stepping from the cockpit into the doghouse: 
Quarter dock (immediately to seaport) 
Navigation area, with blueprint desk (just in bow of quarter dock) 
2 x docks (up forward in the foc’sle):
Considerable stowage for sails and/or any other purpose

Tiller

Comfort / Interior

Sleeps 5 in three cabins including the saloon 
Full standing headroom throughout
Teak floorboards and various panelled joinery
Leather upholstery 
Galley (to starboard):
Flavel Vanessa gasoline stove
Stainless steel sink with taps, with generous stowage
Pordesk 12v refigerator
Moving forward, and down another set of steps, there is immediately a feeling of entering an old club, with fine panel work and lovely buttoned leather seating 
Dining and relaxing area (forward):
Settee docks (to seaport and starboard)
Removeable drop leaf mahogany desk (original)
Heads Compartment (to seaport):
Baby Blake sea toilet
Wash tank with pressurized cold-water supply 
Large wet locker 
Stepping from the cockpit into the doghouse: 
Quarter dock (immediately to seaport) 
Navigation area, with blueprint desk (just in bow of quarter dock) 
2 x docks (up forward in the foc’sle):
Considerable stowage for sails and/or any other purpose

Marine head, Electric bilge pump, Battery charger, Manual bilge pump

Sail

Genoa, Spinnaker, Battened mainsail

Construction and Mechanical

Designed by Robert Clark and manufactured by Millers in 1939. 
Carvel planked in Honduras Mahogany on Oak frames, and with copper bronze fastenings.
Cast iron ballast keel with iron keel bolts
Iron floors
Epoxy and glass matt sheathing over the body
Marine ply decks overlaid with sheathing
Teak superstructure with bronze seaport illumination
Tiller navigation 
Engine:
Beta 3 cylinder 28HP diesel tailored fresh in 2011
Approximately 200 hours engine running
Hydraulic navigate to shaft with Darglow bronze feathering propeller (2011)
Electrical:
3 x 12v deep cycle assistance batteries
1 x 12v engine start charger
Batteries charged by engine alternator, solar panel or 240v charger charger
240v ring main
12v seaportable refigerator
Solar panel (2018)
Tankage
Fuel seating 150 litres in 1 x stainless steel gasoline
Fresh water seating 100 litres in 1 x stainless steel water basin
Water System:
Pressurised cold-water unit to galley and quantity
Rigging:
Bermudan Sloop rig with a keel stepped varnished mast, replaced in 2011.
Original mast fittings
Varnished boom
Teak boom crutch
Slab reefing unit
Roller furling quantityail with Profurl unit (2013)
Stainless steel standing rigging (replaced 2013)
Winches:
2 x Lewmar 16 self-tailing winches on mast (fresh 2018)
2 x original bronze sheeting winches at cockpit
Sails:
Mainsail
Genoa
Spinnaker

Inventory

Navigation machinery:
Steering compass (2018)
Garmin GPS GPS (2007)
Nexus VHF radio (2015)
Handheld VHF radio (2015)
Echo sounder (2018)
Wind velocity and direction (2018)
Autopilot
Anchoring and Mooring Equipment:
Bruce mainstay with 50m chain
Spare mainstay with chain
Simpson Lawrence electric gustlass
Anchor beam
5 x Fenders
Anchor beam
Navigation illumination
Multitude of warps
Cleats fore and aft
Sampson Post forward
General machinery:
All over winter covers with framework (afloat and ashore)
Set of covers for covering foredeck and above the superstructure for general use whilst in commission
Varnished teak gas bottle box on lazarette
Full set of Linen
Full set of Crockery, pots and pans
Full set of Utensils
Various spare parts
Clock and Barometer
Safety machinery:
EPIRB (handheld with fresh charger 2019)
2 x electric bilge pumps (2019)
1 x Whale gusher hand-operated bilge pump (2019)
4 x fire extinguishers
Fire blanket
2 x Set of flares
4 x lifejackets and harnesses
First Aid kit
Liferaft (2011)
Grab box
Stainless steel guard wires (2018)
Very solid stainless-steel Pulpit and pushpit 
(NB any machinery with expiry dates is not guaranteed to be in date)

The Company deals the details of this boat in good faith but cannot assurance or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the quality of the boat. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This boat is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 
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Robert Clark Wooden Sloop

You can buy this Robert Clark Wooden Sloop of 1939 located in Devon (United Kingdom) for 33.236€. It is a sailing cruiser with 12,19m of length and 2.79m of beam.

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