Starling Burgess Bermudan cutter
Planked in a mixture of Cedar, Mahogany and Larch.
All bronze screwed fastened to steam bent oak timbers, many of which are new.
Sawn wooden floors, all new, side fastened to the frames.
External 3.5 ton lead ballast keel with new stainless steel keel bolts. 800kg of internal lead trimming ballast.
Yacht laid Afromosia deck glued over a marine plywood subdeck. Deck and deck beams all new in the rebuild.
Varnished teak coachroof coamings with bronze portholes. Coachroof deck made of T&G Iroko and sheathed externally.
Self draining cockpit well. Seating at deck level with a varnished teak coaming round. Tiller steering.
Bermudan cutter rig on a keel stepped hollow wooden mast. Hollow varnished boom and staysail boom with a solid varnished bowsprit. Staysail boom and spinnaker pole new in refit
Stainless steel standing rigging, new 2015, to external stainless chain plates.
Single standing backstay with dyneema running backstays. Hanked on jib with boomed staysail.
Full wardrobe of sails from 2015/2016
All bronze Lewmar self tailing winches.
Beta Marine B20 20hp 3 cylinder marine diesel installed new in 2015, approximately 300 hours,
Single lever controls to offset 3 blade feathering Darglow propeller. Cruising speed of 6 knots.
200 litre stainless steel fuel tank aft.
3 x 12 volt gel batteries for engine starting and domestics. Charged from engine alternator or through 240v charger with installed shore power system.
Manual and electric bilge pumps.
4 berths including 2 quarter berths and 2 saloon settee berths.
Step down over the raised engine box with a high level quarter berth either side. Galley to starboard and chart desk to port.
Galley has a GNEspace 3 burner gas stove with oven and grill. Single stainless sink with manually pumped fresh water. The top of the engine box is used for extra work space for the galley.
Chart desk faces outboard with a lifting lid and storage below.
Half height bulkheads separate off the main saloon with full length settee berth either side and centreline dropleaf table. Storage shelves behind and below the settees. Original butterfly skylight above the saloon.
Moving forward past the mast is a heads compartment to port with a Lavac sea toilet and hand basin with manually pumped fresh water.
The forepeak is given over totally to storage with large sail bins either side and a 12v fridge box. Chain locker right forward.
Full specification and details available upon request
Designer: Starling Burgess Length on deck: 40'
Builder: Julius Peterson, New York Beam: 10'
Year: 1934 Draft: 6'2"