Facilities & Specifications


Headroom & accommodation

Main Saloon – Generally, 5’4″ to 5’6″ ( 1.62m) but 6’2″ (1.88m), full standing headroom only at the aft end of the saloon, by the companionway steps. This is a Victorian Yawl, after all.
If you think this is low, consider that her deck was raised by 8″ (0.20m) in her major rebuild. The Victorians were purists for sea-keeping qualities, and didn’t build floating caravans, as a rule.

  • Twin settee berths, cross-berth over engine .
  • Taylors 030 pressurised Paraffin stove.
  • Pressurised Paraffin cabin heater.
  • CD/USB/iPod/VHF stereo.
  • Portable bluetooth soundbar.
  • Sink with pumped cold water.
  • Cold storage/fridge locker.
  • Dedicated wine/Champagne cooler.
  • Drinks Cabinet.

Focs’l, separate Head compartment and passageway – 4’6″ (1.37m). Crouching walk only, I’m afraid. Cozy.

  • Toilet – seawater, hand pumped.
  • Washbasin, cold freshwater, hand pumped.
  • Twin V berth.


  • 1 x 6l AFFF foam
  • 2 x 2kg dry powder extinguishers
  • 2 x Fire blankets
  • 6 person SOLAS liferaft
  • 8 x 275N automatic inflation lifejackets plus lifelines and safety jackstays
  • 2 x small child’s solid Crewsaver lifejackets
  • Full SOLAS flares pack, and life saving equipment to MCA Category 3.


  • Plotter with passive AIS.
  • VHF Radios, 1 fixed, 1 handheld, with DSC capability.
  • Compasses
  • 20hp Beta marine diesel
  • Extensive 12v battery capacity


  • 2 x inflatable deck bag loungers plus numerous cushions
  • Sun awnings


  • 10′ rowed/sailed sailing dinghy (optional)
    Victorian yachts almost always towed a small dinghy behind them.





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