Yacht Brokers Falmouth England
US$ 50, 000
Woods Hole, MA
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KLANG II is a 1924 English Channel gaff rigged yawl build by W.E. Thomas of Falmouth, England. This WWII Veteran is a great liveaboard, coastal cruiser or charter vessel. She has been lovingly restored and returned to action. She is silicone bronze fastened and her planking is long leaf yellow pine over white oak frames. Her decks are 3/4" plywood covered with Dynel.
She was hauled out at Gannon & Benjamin in the fall of 2008. They did many upgrades in 2009. Visit their website (gannonandbenjamin dot com and click on 'past projects') for a full description of the work completed. She is a beautiful vessel in very good condition. An August 2007 survey is available upon request.
Please contact at (207) 236-9651
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:Boat Name
Builder: Roberts Boatyard, Falmouth England
LOA: 48 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 5 in
Engine Brand: Diesel
Engine Model: Ford Lehman
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fresh Water Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (55 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (25 Gallons)
Displacement: 14 gross tons
Total Power: 80
Cruising Speed: 7
The layout is as follows:(see sketch)
Sail locker, bunks, saloon, head, galley, aft stateroom. In the gallery there is a two burner alcohol stove - a spacious old world interior with Shipmate stove which burns wood or charcoal.
Sails, Spars and Rigging
Working sails new in 2001. Gaff main, mizzen, fore and stay topsail and fisherman. Mast and booms are yellow pine and cetrol coated. The main mast is stepped on the keel.
The ground tackle consists of a Danforth anchor on deck and a Fisherman under the bowsprit. There is 200' of 3/4" nylon rode.
- Danforth compass
- Depth gauge
- Siemens solar panel charger
KLANG II is carvel planked in 1 1/2" long leaf yellow pine over 2"x 4" white oak frames. The knees are 3" oak laid horizontal over the shell clamp. Round chine, full keel with a skeg for the rudder. Silicon bronze fastened (redone in late 1990s.) The weather hatches are wood with glass inserts; decks are 3/4" plywood covered with Dynel; steel railings with lifelines.