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This is a private sale. Call us on 01243 601100 or email yachtsman@mac.com and we will put you in direct contact with the owner

Please note that the accuracy of the descriptions and inventories have not been verified, and purchasers should ensure they are checked before making an offer to purchase.

Very well maintained example of the mark II Yarmouth 23 with full teak decking

Exceptionally well equipped and much loved by her current owners, who have enjoyed sailing her since new.

Yarmouth 23 ‘Roundel’  Sail No 25  Commissioned October 2004 Lying Inverness Asking price: £32,000

Black hull, ivory coach roof, stainless steel or chromed brass fittings, teak laid decks and cockpit locker tops. Teak removable cockpit grate.

Gaff cutter sail plan with tan sails. Headsails on Barton furlers with lines lead to cockpit. Mainsail has 3 reefing lines with halyards led to cockpit jammers (Spinlock) to port. Double line slab reefing with 2 luff pennants led to cockpit jammers (Spinlock) to starboard and leech pennants on boom to starboard to allow reefing hove-to on starboard tack. Topsail in blue and white. White and orange storm jib with halyard on mast. All sails by Jeckells. Main & 2 headsails cleaned, inspected and lofted by Jeckells winter 2013/14. Gaff saddle modified by Classic Marine and leather covered. Tan sail cover and back for topsail.  Spars, bowsprit, rudder cheeks, tiller and washboards are oiled with Deks Olje No 1.

Beta 13.5 engine with upgraded alternator. Calorifier for pressurized water system (80 litre tank). Fixed 3 bladed Vetus bronze propeller. Fireblitz auto extinguisher (2013) in engine space. Diesel tank 45 litres. Uses approximately 1 litre diesel/hour at 5 kts. Full service history. Approximately 430 hours use.

Barton ball bearing blocks. Harken No 6 stainless steel winches to port and starboard. 10 Kg Delta bow anchor chocked in ready use position in bow well with 10m chain and 80m anchor plait.  Twin bow roller with port cheek extended in heavy duty stainless steel to allow for a drop nosed pin. Roundel has the original deeper anchor rode locker with large teak hatch in the forepeak. Lifting bowsprit with running bob stay. Folding kedge anchor stored in lazarette. Telescopic beaching legs (Yacht Leg Company) stowed in starboard cockpit locker. Webbing jackstays to port and starboard. Clip-in point in cockpit. Cave lockers to port and starboard in cockpit. Two winch handles. Flag halyards port and starboard.

Navman dual log & depth, Standard Horizon CP180 chart plotter, NASA Navtex; these are visible from the cockpit with the top washboard removed. Plastimo Contest compass. ICOM IC M421 DSC radio interfaced with the chart plotter. Spray hood (currently not fitted); radio antenna is coach roof mounted using a spray hood fixing however the wiring is in place for a masthead antenna. Raymarine ST 1000+ autohelm.

Below, Roundel is finished with light ash ply or white faced ply in the galley and heads with solid teak trim and blue cushions.  

The photos show the dinghy in blue valise and the 12 volt coolbox stowed to port in the forepeak without the port fore cushion. However, it is possible to stow the dinghy under the forepeak and have the coolbox in the saloon to port so that the port fore cushion can be used. The fill-in cushion in the fore peak is dual height to allow a bed (upper position) or saloon seat (lower position). The forepeak has a solar powered extractor, large opening escape hatch and two 12v lights.

The saloon has a deck light fitted to port and starboard in the coach roof sides; this is a unique feature to Roundel. There is also a raised teak bar above both backrest lockers to allow for books and charts to be stowed. There are teak boxes for navigation equipment, a hand bearing compass and binoculars. The saloon has a matching clock and barometer and a bulk head fitted mirror. The table is on a Lagun arm with 2 fixing plates that allow the table to be either fixed forward in the saloon or alongside the galley. There is an Origo HeatPal meths heater that can be socket mounted in the saloon floor or stowed forwards. Two matching scatter cushions/pillows. There are 12v deckhead mounted lights to port and starboard, two 1Kg fire extinguishers, a fire blanket and a CO alarm. Roundel is wired for shore power (no battery charger fitted) with a single 13 Amp socket in the saloon and an immersion heater for the calorifier.

The galley has an Origo 3000 meths hob which is gimbal mounted and has pan clamps. There is a red/white light over the hob. Fitted teak holders for cutlery and crockery (supplied). Portable draining rack. Opening scuttle.

The heads is enclosed by a curtain which the current owner finds more practical than the folding door which is included loose in the sale. The basin mixer tap is on an extending hose and has a shower head setting. The floor is a shower basin which drains via an electric pump. The WC is a Jabsco with the latter locking pump handle. There is holding tank fitted. There is a folding stainless steel rail for wet foulies etc. Opening scuttle.

Included in the sale are: