Freeman Attrill 40 ft TSDY 1966


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Asking price 119.500€

LOA 13m
Beam 3,8m
Draft 1,4m
Disp. approx 14.000kg

Engines 2 x 130hp Perkins M135 diesels, approx 770 hours. Average fuel consumption has been approx 9 liters per hour with current owner with both engines. Average speed has been ~5 knots with this consumption. Top speed is around 9-10 knots, nice cruising speed 7 knots (1700 rpm with 7 knots)

DESIGNER Reg Freeman
BUILDER H. Attrill and Sons, Bembridge, UK
DATE 1966
CONSTRUCTION Carvel Pitch pine planking on oak frames

DOLPHIN has been lovingly and professionally restored & rebuilt on the Clyde, UK over 3 years and re-launched in virtually as new condition in April 2007, engines and systems and equipment  renewed. Although significantly brought up to date with the comforts, reliability, practicality and safety features expected of a modern vessel, her owner has been careful to retain her classic appeal.  This is a beautiful and practical vessel for a discerning buyer.

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– Traditional build hull; carvel construction pitch pine planking on oak frames
– Full teak laid decks
– Teak superstructure

Designed by Reg Freeman this 42 foot gentleman’s motor yacht was originally named DELFINO and launched in 1966 from the yard of H. Attrill and Sons at Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. Reg Freeman was a qualified naval architect, noted for a variety of both sailing and motor yacht designs and with whom Angus Primrose had worked prior to his teaming up with John Illingworth. The Attrills yard established in 1947 was to build a diverse range of vessels ranging from dinghies, through motor launches and yachts through sailing yachts, most of them to the to leading designs of their day.

– Accommodation is arranged for five people but will sleep more in the saloon
– Traditional hardwood slatted linings fitted throughout the cabins, forward head and galley
– Bridge of Weir burgundy leather upholstery
– Eberspacher 5D heating system (2013) with outlets to all cabins, heads and saloon

Deck house, helm position and saloon
– Internal Helm to port with all controls and engine management systems
– Refurbished Clear view windscreen unit to port
– New window wiper unit fitted to starboard windscreen
– Large saloon newly furnished
– U shaped seating area to port and bench seating to starboard
– Large windows both sides and forward giving a panoramic view, with curtains
– Drinks cabinet and plenty of storage
– Radio unit with MP3 connection and BOSE speaker system + TV set

Galley to port and accessed down some stairs forward from the saloon
– New galley furniture including Corian worktops and new hardwood sole boards
– 2 fridges, hob and oven

Forward guest cabin
– V berth cabin with plenty of storage

Large owners cabin aft
– Offset double berth to port and single bed to starboard
– Plenty of storage including, full sized hanging lockers, drawers and general storage areas
– Owners en suite with Baby Blake WC sink and shower

– Stainless steel pulpit with stanchions and double guard wires forard and both sides
– Stanchions and single guard wire over safety capping rail around the stern
– Stem protected with stainless steel strip
– Stainless steel plate stbd side protects hull from anchor stowage just above WL
– Port and stbd deck stowage boxes with teak inlaid lids
– Teak and holly sliding hatch access below
– Davits
– Hydraulic windlass fully refurbished
– Various warps and 8 large fenders
– Bower / stow main anchor with 35m x 12 mm chain and warp
– Bruce secondary anchor included with the boat, but not installed
– Sea water deck wash with electric lift pump
– Wind screen in upper helm station
– Cover for upper helm
– Sunbrella to aft deck
– Foldable table aft deck

– 2 x Perkins Sabre M135 diesel engines, 6 cylinder raw sea seawater cooled, new from 2002, commissioned 2007.
– Port 773 hrs stbd 769 hrs
– Serviced every year
– Updated alternators with shaft drives via PRM
– Gear boxes, incorporating hydraulic power take off drives to 4 bladed propellers
– Egineered galvanised steel engine & transmission ladder frames
– Stainless steel fuel tanks (1,350 litres in 3 tanks)
– Stainless steel holding tank 450 litres
– All braided stainless steel fuel lines. Double fuel filter system
– Sea water tell tale sight glasses & change over valves
– Morse ”wireless” engine and gearbox controls- dual station
– Halyard Marine wet exhaust system
– Stainless catch trays under sumps
– Stainless hydraulic oil header tank
– 240 V shore power circuit with stbd connection
– Circuit breaker distribution system
– Outlets to owner’s cabin, saloon, galley, forward cabin and engine room
– Built in 240 V 24 V Smart charger
– 24 V circuit breaker distribution boards and system
– Outlets to the owners cabin, saloon and lazarette
– 24 V 240 V Inverter system
– Two banks of Gel engine start batteries
– 2 x 250 Ah in Domestic battery banks (new in 2017)
– Adverc battery monitoring and smart charging system
– New lighting throughout
– Hot water cylinder with shore powered immersion and indirect coil heating off port engine
– Water pressure accumulator
– Hot and cold pressurised water system
– Stainless water tanks, 1 main abaft engine bulkhead, 2 wing tanks under mid side decks
– Fresh water capacity 375 litres
– Gas pipe work tested and certified

– Raymarine E120 plotter
– Raymarine E120 Tridata speed and Log
– Tridata Instruments, linked to radar and auto helm with a repeater in the cockpit
– Furuno GP31 (not working)
– Raymarine E120 GPS
– Raymarine E120 Echo Sounder + repeater
– Raymarine E120 Autopilot
– Fluxgate compass
– Original ships compass
– Raymarine 120 Radar
– Fully registered DSC Icom MC601 VHF Radio and repeater handset in cockpit
– Icom M1 Handheld VHF
– Clock and Barometer
– Binoculars with in built compass

– 6 Man Seago life raft serviced May 2017, next service 2019
– 8 x Life Jackets (150 kn auto inflate)
– 2 x 2 Kg Powder fire extinguisher
– Galley fire blanket
– Gas alarm and detector
– Horn
– MOB Life buoy
– 6 bilge pumps (3 electric, 2 engine, 1 manual)
– First Aid Kit
– Wood bungs
– Spare filters and pump spares

The hull was stripped and all planks, frames, stringers, beams and fastenings inspected and replaced as
required. Hull and decks were fully raked out, re-caulked and re-seamed. Further refit works included
– New Deck head to owners cabin
– New rubbing strake
– Refurbished port lights
– All deck hardware replaced including dorade vents, mooring cleats, bow roller
– New stanchions and guardrails
– New davits and engine lift hoist
– Teak deck lockers forward
– Cockpit rebuilt incorporating twin gas bottle locker and stowage
– All through hull Blake valves fully serviced
– Baby Blake WCs fully refurbished.
– The original electrical systems stripped out totally and all new wiring professionally installed
– Bulkheads re-lined
– Aft cabin & head entirely re-built; berth, drawers, desk, lockers, bulkheads, shower stall.
– The hull is repainted annually
– Always stored under cover in winter

These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.

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€ 119 500,00 *



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