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Last change:  26.2.2019 Price (EUR):  Price on demand
Price Abroad:  28.000,00 Pounds Sterlin Model Year:  1963
Length:  10,05 m / 32,97 fuss Beam:  2,92 m
Min. draft:  1,65 m Max. draft:  1,67 m
Location:  Great Britain, COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, UNITED KIN Condition:  good
Material hull:  Wood Trailer:  without trailer
Internal Number:  3478850    
Motor: 1 × 0,00 kW (0,00 HP) Inboard LOMBARDINI 4 CYLINDER Diesel
Equipment: The Rambler is essentially a larger version of the Wanderer Class and was designed for Humphrey Barton after his trans-Atlantic in Vertue 35. Planked in teak and varnished from new, she has a very large cockpit which is great for sailing with a group. Spacious interior with enormous headroom and 4 good size berths, she feels like a much bigger boat down below. Well cared for and upgraded, she is a solid and very comfortable family cruising boat., BOAT NAME: La Chica; SPECS: Builder: BP Miles, Poole, Designer: Laurent Giles, Keel: Full; DIMENSIONS: LOA: 33 ft 2 in, Beam: 9 ft 7 in, Length on Deck: 33 ft 2 in, Minimum Draft: 5 ft 5 in, Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in, Headroom: 6 ft 3 in; ENGINES: Total Power: 33 HP, Engine 1:, Engine Brand: Lombardini, Year Built: 1997, Engine Model: 4 cylinder, Engine Type: Inboard, Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel, Propeller: 3 blade propeller, Drive Type: Direct Drive, Engine Power: 33 HP, , Cruising Speed: 6 knots, Maximum Speed: 8 knots, TANKS: Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (25), Fuel Tanks: 1 (16); ACCOMMODATIONS: Number of single berths: 2, Number of twin berths: 1, Number of cabins: 1, Number of heads: 1; ELECTRONICS: Wind speed and direction, VHF - Navman DSC, Log-speedometer, Depthsounder - Raymarine, Autopilot - Raymarine, GPS - Mylor FX312 + repeater; SAILS: Trisail, Storm jib, Battened mainsail, Furling genoa, Spinnaker; RIGGING: Steering wheel; INSIDE EQUIPMENT: Manual bilge pump, Marine head, Refrigerator, Oven, Battery charger, Electric bilge pump, Hot water; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT: Shore power inlet; OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/EXTRAS: Teak cockpit, Teak sidedecks, Liferaft - Ocean Safety, Tender - GRP + Mercury O/B; COVERS: Bimini Top, Cockpit cover SPECIFICATION: Wooden Ships Comments The Laurent Giles Rambler Class was first built in 1963 for Humphrey Barton, famous for his voyage across the Atlantic in Vertue 35.  The Rambler is effectively a large Vertue with more volume, space, comfort and capability. This boat was built by B.P Miles of Poole in 1963. The design offers a stable and comfortable platform for long distance short handed sailing, perhaps not the fastest boat around but she will certainly look after her crew in comfort.  The cockpit has been improved hugely with the conversion to wheel steering giving more useable space when sailing and the overhanging coachroof deck gives a nice sheltered area at the front of the cockpit for crew when sailing.  The interior is very spacious with more headroom than most boats twice her size, good length berths and a separate heads. She is a superb family cruising boat that has been well cared for and was built to a high standard in the beginning   Length on Deck                 33'2 Beam                                    9'8 Draft                                      5'5     Construction Planked in teak all copper rivet fastened to sawn oak frames with 2 steam bent oak intermediate timbers. Sawn oak floors across the centreline. External lead ballast keel with bronze keel bolts, checked in present ownership. Solid yacht laid teak deck, screwed to oak deck beams, caulked and payed with butyl rubber.  High varnished toe rail all round. Varnished teak coachroof and cockpit coamings.  Sheathed plywood coachroof deck. Self draining cockpit with wheel steering, large cockpit lockers.  Bridge deck sheltered by overhanging coachroof at forward end of the cockpit.   Rig Masthead bermudan sloop rig on a deck stepped varnished spruce mast, refurbished and varnished 2018. Varnished wooden slab reefing boom. Stainless steel standing rigging to internal bronze chain plates, rigging completely replaced in last 10 years.  Heavily rigged mast with twin spreaders.  Inner forestay to take a storm jib and can be rigged as a cutter.  Running back stays on levers to support inner jib. Furlex roller furling headsail. Main sheet to a stainless horse on the aft deck. 3 pairs of Lewmar sheet winches on the cockpit coamings.  3 Lewmar winches on the mast. 468sqft of sail including mainsail, recent Genoa, recent working jib, staysail, spinnaker and storm jib.   Machinery Lombardini  33hp 4cyl diesel installed new in 1997.  Approximately 300 hours. Single lever controls to centreline fixed 3 blade bronze propeller gives 6 knots cruising speed. 3 x 12 volt batteries for domestic supply and engine starting.  Charged from engine alternator or 240v charger.  Twin engine alternators. Installed shore power system. 16 gallon yellow metal fuel tank in starboard side of cockpit.     Accommodation 4 large berths with great headroom. Starboard offset entrance hatch with steps down into the cabin. Galley to port with Plastimo Neptune 4500 gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill.  Single stainless sink with pressurised hot and cold water.  Ample work surface and storage space. Fridge on the starboard side, 12 volt Isotherm 49 litre unit.  Fixed surface above used as a chart desk. Large saloon settee berth either side with a varnished dropleaf saloon table.  Berths are very wide and comfortable. Saloon has light Oak panelling making it light and spacious. Starboard offset passageway going forward with a hanging locker to starboard and heads compartment to port Heads has a manual Jabsco sea toilet discharging directly overboard and a hand basin with hot and cold running water. Forward into the fore cabin there are two single V-berths with full standing headroom between and plenty of stowage space.     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.