|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Nr Ipswich, Suffolk Suffolk UK|
Nordic Folkboat one design built by the renowned Shipwright and Boatbuilder,
Cyril White of Brightlingsea 1960 classed as a Classic with the standard proven Folkboat rig with an inboard engine..
Llloyds register 1962, a Folkebat O.D. Designer named as the Scandinavian Y.R.U
(engineless) in 1965 she is listed having had a Stuart Turner petrol engine installed.
Clinker wooden hull. Carries a Bermudan rig. Stored in a dry barn, requires re- commissioning.
Charlie Hussey, shipwright in the West country. Carried out some major restoration to Shotley Rose. 2012-15. Replacing 6 new lower planks,re-bedding the engine.
Road trailer £2,500 by separate negotiation
( N.B these are only Initial details )
The Nordic Folkboat is a small sailboat, rigged as a sloop. The design was the result of a competition held by the Scandinavian Yacht Racing Union in 1940, hoping to create an easily sailed low-cost boat.
The competition resulted in no outright “winner” but, the organisers commissioned professional designer Tord Sundén to take the best features from the various entries to create a craft that met the goals of the design competition. The resulting Folkboat went on to become an international favourite of sailors and still endures more than 70 years on.
The first Nordic Folkboat was built in Gothenburg in Sweden in 1942, and as of 2020, more than 4,000 Nordic Folkboats are still sailing in many locations around the world.
Beam: 2.20m 7ft 3in
Designer: Tord Sundén
Draft: 1.20 m (3 ft. 11 in)
Hull weight: 1,930 kg (4,250 lb.)
LOA: 7.68 m (25 ft. 2 in)
The Folkboat is popular as both a racing yacht as well as a cruising yacht with a Traditional classic look, and they sail like a dream.
|Vessel name:||Shotley Rose|
|Condition:||Good, requires commissioning|
|Vessel type:||single wooden displacement hull|
|Designer:||Tord Sunden, Scandinavian Y.R.U|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||4 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||7 Knots|
|Length over all:||25' 4"|
|Length of deck:||25' 4"|
|Length at waterline:||19' 6"|
|Maximum draft:||3' 9"|
|Hull colour:||Dove Grey|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Dry Weight:||2 metric tons|
One single long cabin with no internal subdivisions, 4 berths, 2 in line each side, good sitting head-room. Fixed slatted berth bases.Vinyl covered berth cushions.
Sliding hatch over the companionway. 3 part hard wood wash boards.
Portside worksurface where a galley stove would stand. opposite wash basin set into the work top. Stowage below.
Starboard berth facing aft attached to the bulkhead is a navigation station with a lift lid chart table.
Opposite berth has some stowage cuddies attached to the aft bulkhead.
A table top with leg to cabin sole and to the mast.
Clinker construction of Teak on Oak.
In her restoration she has had 9 new laminated timbers scarfed into the existing steamed oak frames.
6 new planks (3 aside).
Rudder gudgeons replaced.
Replacing of a new stem band
Twin axle galvanised road trailer. (by separate negotiation.)
Through bulkhead compass
New engine mounts, secured high tensile bolts. Engine was re installed. Fuel tank over hauled.
Keel stepped mast, varnished wooden. Whilst in store it has become unstruck , delaminated. Boom and spinnaker pole, noted. Furling system on the foresail.
Sails (unchecked), Boom crutch
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit. stanchions and guard wires.
Electric bilge pump.
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Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.