Y.M 26 Foot Eventide for sale

YM 26ft Eventide Morag Morgan (Ashore Fareham)                                                 

It is with sadness that, I must part with Morag Morgan, a very pretty well equipped boat. We have been together for 39 years and she has served me well in all weather conditions. A Fareham Sailing Club boat built by a club member for his family and it would be nice to keep her in the club.

Professionally built in 1975, Certificate of British Registry 1976 No 366846. The hull being 15 mm marine ply, glass cloth and epoxy sheathed (when built) to rubbing strake encapsulating long lead keel.

The hull paintwork was stripped back and recoated with epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat in 2010 and the interior was painted and re-varnished in 2013.

A well balanced sloop (no bowsprit necessary) built as cutter and can be easily converted back if required. New spray hood and boom cover in 2014.

Roller furling head sail and slab reefed mainsail (new in 2014), spare head sails. Radar reflector.

Interior layout is two forward V berths, dinette with drop down table, which also converts to double berth and a quarter berth (see layout sketch). Wallis 1 Kw hot air paraffin heater.  New Sink, Whale Pump, in line water filter and Radio CD player with USB port fitted 2014.  Sea toilet in compartment.

Full electrical system with two 110 amp batteries, interior lighting and navigation lights including deck and anchor lights.

Chart Table, Huson 60 VHF radio, Garmin GPS map with English channel chip, Seafarer Echo Sounder,  Nautech 1000 Autohelm.  Sestral Clock and Barometer Wind instrument, paddle log and compass.

Many Stainless Steel fittings including mast tabernacle, thro hull rudder, cleats, stem head fitting, sampson post and window trims.

The engine is a Yanmar 2GM20 twin cylinder 16hp diesel fitted 1994 and regularly serviced (last serviced September 2017 and run about 3 hours since). Stern gland is maintenance free with a stern greaser. New cutlass bearing recently fitted. Propeller is three bladed 14 x 11 and is fitted with a Hayles rope cutter.

Also includes a Danforth anchor and chain, two horseshoe life rings, kedge anchor and rope, fenders, warps and full length winter cover.

Will accept £5,950 o.n.o for quick sale

For any further information please contact Barry at: barryfordham@btinternet.com or on 07918 647839

 

 

2019 Yearbook

Hi Members,

As you will now be aware from the AGM, the Club Yearbook for 2019 will be distributed in March 2019. This is so that the book goes to print after the membership renewal process has concluded in February, meaning that the boat list will then be up to date.

You will have seen that the fixtures calendar in the 2018 Yearbook runs to March 2019 so that there is no “gap” and the 2019/2020 events have been posted in the Calendar which is available on the club website. The 2019 tide tables will be in the new Yearbook as usual.

However, the new data protection rules mean that we cannot include your name and your boat details in the next Yearbook without your consent. We cannot assume that consent.

So, if you want your name and boat details to be included in the next Club Yearbook (and subsequent yearbooks, whilst you remain a member and have the same boat), please email membership@fsmbcnet.org.uk with: 

  • · Your boat’s name.
  • · What type of boat it is.
  • · The member owner’s name. (Sorry, we’ve only got room for one name – you choose which one if there is more than one owner)

If we do not hear from you on this by 31 December 2018 we will assume that you do not want your boat to be included in the boat list in the Yearbook.

Thank you in anticipation.

Vannes presentation 9th November at 20.30 in the Club Room

 

Vannes Visit 2019

Vannes presentation 9th November. 20.30 Hrs in the Club Room.

Come along for a flavour of what this fantastic exchange trip is all about with some suitable French nibbles to compliment.

The Vannes exchange is the 23rd-29th June 2019, a full on experience of life and food in France, very hospitable and a very worthwhile event to attend with fellow salty sea dogs from Warsash, Hill Head and Portchester sailing clubs.

See you there.

Dee, Gaynor and Margaret