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An Angus Primrose design for John Baker Ltd. this is the Mk11 version built in the mid to late 1970's. These are relatively fast boats for their size, yet are easy to handle.
The lifting keel is an iron casting, with a wide base to keep the centre of gravity low, and it partially retracts to reduce draught.
The draft is only 0.61M with the keel up but 1.22M with it down.
These boats make ideal day sailers with good accommodation and seaworthy enough for longer coastal cruises.
|LOA||: 21' 9" (6.6m)|
|LWL||: 18' 0" (5.5m)|
|Beam||: 7' 8" (2.4m)|
|Draft||: 4' 0" (1.2m)|
|Rig||: Fractional Bermudan|
|Engine||: Mariner 3.3hp|
|Location||: Firth of Forth|
No 1 Mainsail Kemp 168
No 2 Mainsail
Cobra marine VHF transceiver model MR-F55EU, NASA marine duet depth sounder, speed & distance log.
12 volt with isolator switch
Four wheel Trailer
inflateable Zodiac 3 Meter tender with Oars and outboard Mount.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light.
Anchors: Bruce, Danforth, Fishermans and folding grapnel.
And various other assorted items.
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