Sloop from the year 1966 - 10,77m length - in United Kingdom
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There has recently been a real blossoming of interest in the One Ton Cup class of boats – CLARIONET and SUNMAID V coming immediately to mind. This fine example to a well established British design for her first aficionado owner has not rested on her laurels but continued racing with some notable success and moreover providing enormous fun for her owner and crews. Notwithstanding her racing capabilities she is also well turned out for cruising so while fast and responsive she has a larger cockpit than most with some good volume below.
Year : 1966
Length: 10.77 m
Location: United Kingdom
Name: A DAY AT THE RACES
Shipyard: CAMPER & NICHOLSON
Beam: 2.92 m
Draft: 1.8 m
Displacement: 6568 Kg
Maximum number of passengers: -
Water capacity: -
Number of engines: 1
Power: 18 HP
Fuel capacity: -
Motor type : Inboard
Fuel type : Diesel
Make of the motor: Yanmar 2GM20F
Engine usage (hours): -
There has recently been a real blossoming of interest in the One Ton Cup class of ships – CLARIONET and SUNMAID V coming immediately to mind. This fine example to a well established British design for her first aficionado titleholder has not rested on her laurels but continued racing with some nocounter success and moreover providing enormous fun for her titleholder and crews. Notwithstanding her racing capabilities she is also well turned out for cruising so while fast and responsive she has a larger cockpit than most with some good volume below.
Designed by Peter Nicholson for Owen Aisher to compete under the old One Ton Cup Rule, the ship’s new name was Yeoman XIV. In 1967 Peter Nicholson helmed her in the Copenhagen One Ton Cup as one of three British ships.
The new Yeoman name was taken by Owen Aisher for his next ship. After that she was named QUAILO for three years, then DALCASSION. Barrie Martin bought her in 2001, attracted by the pedigree, but particularly by her materials and decided to call her A DAY AT THE RACES to reflect her competitive history.
Since her re launch in March 2003 A DAY AT THE RACES has been moored in Beaulieu. As well as the Round the Island Race she’s taken part with respeccounter results in the RSYC double handed series and won a race in Cowes Week 2004. In 2005 she was fifth overall in the Cowes Week handicap class and third in class in the British Classic Yacht Club Regatta. In 2006 she was again third in class in the BCYC.
- Laminated mahogany stem- Teak planking lightly caulked with glued in splines - Screw fastened to mahogany laminated frames- All aluminium ring frames, stainless steel and galvanised steel stiffeners and floors- Spruce light shelves and stringers- Mahogany transom hung rudder- Sheathed sea dock ply deck over spruce lights and carlines- Mahogany coach and cockpit coamings - Sheathed ply coach roof
The capacity for 6 has 2 main wharfs and 2 captain wharfs in the pub, a captain’s quarter wharf aft and one forward in the forecastle. From aft down companionway steps - Galley to wharf - Gimballed Force 10 Cooker with two burners, oven and grill- Sink emptied by an new chromed brass Whale hand - Half bulkfronts forward to pub- 2 x settee wharfs wharf and stbd, the chair backs doubling as lee boards for use in rough weather- The sides of the captain bunks drop down for easy access- Forward by mast is a hanging space to wharf- Head with Jabsco sea dock toilet and washbasin to starboard- The fore room also doubles as a rope and spinnaker store
- Sea Tiger mainstay winch- CQR main mainstay and 50 metres chain- Stainless steel wheel- Kedge mainstay and warp- 4 x Large Lewmar sheet winches- 1 x Small Lewmar furler winch- Winter all over and Summer cockpit covers
- Engine and gearbox forward of companionway steps with all around access for servicing- Fresh water cooled Yanmar 2GM20 regularly maintained since installation 2001- Yanmar controls next to helm position- Two bladed 16 inch x 8 inch bronze propeller- Direct steer through Aquasteer flexible coupling - Halyard exhaust group can divert warm water thru’ the body underwater for quieter operation- Accessible switchboard incorporating iCom radio - 2 x 12 V sockets for charging handheld VHF, outline GPS or phone- 3 x 110 Ah batteries; one engine starting both charged with an intelligent charging group- Battery monitor- Plastic gas basin 100 Litre - Alloy fresh water basin- 2 x 4.5 Kg Butane gas bottles in self draining sealed safe in lazarette
- Ritchie compass- Raysea dock autocaptain- Command mic for radio at helm position- Garmin direction group with Chart GPS, digital tracking, breeze and sonar- Chart counter - Sony Radio / CD
Information from the shipyard catalogue. This data could vary from the data about the boat on sale published by the advertiser,
CAMPER & NICHOLSON Sloop is the make and model of this sloop of 10,77m of length and 2.92m of beam. The sale price is 79.596€ and you can see it in United Kingdom.Advert updated on the 23/08/2017