In the hands of her present owner for 16 years, a change in family circumstances means that 'White Moth' urgently needs a new owner. Lying at Queenborough, Kent.
You could take part in OGA events in this head-turning classic gaff ketch, which is in excellent condition and often seen around the Thames Estuary. 32' LOD, 7.5' beam and 5' draft, she provides comfortable accommodation for two with 5'9" headroom in a varnished wood cabin. Taylors cooker, hot and cold water from calorifier, Baby Blake heads.
Large forepeak space could be reorganised to provide extended accommodation.
Lister-Petter 20hp diesel engine with 2x40 litre fuel tanks gives over 100 mniles range.
Designed by John Pain Clark and built 1903 by Major RF Wykeham-Martin, designer of the famous headsail reefing gear still sold today. She was owned and sailed by the Wykeham-Martin family for more than 30 years with a major professional restoration undertaken in the 1980s.
Contact Graham Mason: +44 (0)1795 662143