Elsie, Tankard 19Ref. CP110

Elsie, Tankard 19

A very small great cruiser, able to face bad weather, when other boats bigger than her cannot continue to sail. She is in very good shape.

EUR 10,000 ,-

Overview

Yard:Weir Quay Boatyard
Design:Brian D. Tankard
Model:Tankard 19
Building Year:1975
Ensign:Dutch
Hull Structure:GRP
Deck Structure:GRP

Details

L.O.A.:5.66 m. Convert to metersfeets 17.25 feets
L.W.L.: m. 0.00 feets
Beam:2.25 m. 6.86 feets
Draft:0.98 m. 2.99 feets
Displacement:1.7 1.7 Tm. Tm.

Rig

Type:Sloop, Z-Spar (2011)
Winches:Gibb
Genova Furling:Plastimo 406 S
Main Furling:
Spinnaker Pole:Aluminio

Deck Hard-ware

Windlass:
Anchors:Cqr
Tender:
Outboard:
Safety equipment:
E.P.I.R.B.:

Engine System

Engine:Yanmar 1GM10
Power:9 cv
Year:2011
Serviced:Every Year
Hours:522
Transmission:Shaft
Propeller:3 blades, bronze, fixed
Bowthruster:
Fuel Tank:25 l.

Sails

Main-sail:2, one unused
Jib:
Genoa:Furling
Try-sail:
Stay-sail:
Mizzen:
Spinnaker:Yes
Gennaker:

Electronics

Log:Garmin GMI 10
Depth-sounder:Garmin GMI 10
Wind Station:Garmin GMI 10
Autopilot:
VHF Radio:Icom IcM303 Lsd (2019)
GPS:
Plotter:
Radar:
Other:

Electric System

Voltage:12V/220V
Batteries:2
Generator:
Inverter:
Batteries charger:Sterling 5A

Internal lay-out

Cabins:
Total Beds:
Heads:
Showers:
Hot water:
Water Tank:
Holding-Tank:
Fridge:
Oven:Preparation for a cooker
Air Conditionning:
Washing Machine:
Water-maker:
Miscellaneous:

Barcos Singulares Comments

The twenty years between 1955 and 1975 saw the decline of the wooden naval construction and the raise of GRP and industrial techniques. It was a period of deep and sudden changes, when the new material offered a ventail of possibilities still to be explored. Many young entrepeneurs started their business building boats with differing outcomes. In England, one of them was Brian David Tankard, builder of small cruisers and an accomplished sailor himself. With his own Tankard 23 Bernard entered the Guinnes book in 1974 by sailing round the British Islands in the smallest boat to date. The following year the introduction of the VAT killed completely the sales of small boats and drove to the closing of Brian's Yard, thus this Tankard 19 is quite certainly one of the last built. Brian continued to build to the unit a long time and he died in 2013 leaving his own Yard Weir Quay solidly active in the refit and mooring markets. The Elsie had the distinctive chance of being deeply restored recently, something that gave her a new life for many years to come. She is a small cruiser for day sailing. Her heavy displacement however, together with her long keel and high stem give her a good sailing capacity in bad weather, when other boats, even bigger than her, need urgently to seek after shelter. Her design is based on that of the Blackwater sloops. Elsie is in fine shape, with some new sails, recent electronics and an engine totally serviced. She is ready to sail away right now.

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These details are believed to be correct but not guaranteed. This specification can not form part of any contract. The purchaser should instruct his surveyor and/or agent to investigate any detail he wants validated. The boat is offered subject to prior sale, price change, inventory change or withdrawal without notice.