ROBERT CLARK ROBERT CLARK 72 KETCH
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1976

Réf. 640175

ROBERT CLARK ROBERT CLARK 72 KETCH

Visible à UNITED KINGDOM (UNITED KINGDOM)

Remarks :
This Robert Clark 72 foot Ketch Cutter has had extensive wok done and her refit is 90% done.  It is a great opportunity to acquire a classic yacht with excellent business or live aboard potential.  There is the possibility to reclaim VAT on the purchase price subject to the circumstances.

'Renaissance' started her life as 'Scott Bader Commonwealth' as she was named after a company sponsor and was built by and for the Ocean Youth Club as a sail training vessel.  In 1991 she was bought by the Faramir Trust who also used her as a sailing training vessel for under privileged children.  She underwent an extensive refit at that time.

The Faramir Trust and The Sailing Trust combined in 2002 and she was incorporated into the Cirdan Fleet.  'Renaissance' has been well maintained by the Trust who have given her a thorough annual refit/maintenance to keep her up to standard.

Her current owners bought her in 2006 and stripped out all but the bulkheads and structural assemblies.  Her hull was ground off from boot top down, re-laminated with 'Wests' epoxy system giving her 4 layups of woven rovings.  She has a new bow thruster, new plumbing for radiators, heating, shower and hot and cold pressurised water.  Re-wired throughout and old systems replaced.  Alternator overhauled.  

The following things still need doing:
Forward cabin - either bunks or en-suite to master cabin
Hanging room - second heads
Finish galley - install cooking facility (at present 2 ring origo)
Re-gas and run up freezer motor
Fit new floor - current boards are old and do not match
Accommodation :
Main Saloon - L shaped seating area to starboard, L shaped seating area with dining table and bench seat to port which converts to double bunk

Chart Table

Galley
Fridge/freezer
Storage

Bunks
2 x double bunks
6 x single bunks
There is scope to add more bunks

Heads
Toilet
A second heads compartment can be added

Shower Compartment

Engine Room

Boiler Room



Inventory :
Winches
Lewmar 3 speed 650 centrally mounted headsail sheet winch
Harken 56s/tail - staysail
Lewmar 650 3 speed main sheets double end x 2
Lewmar 550 3 speed running backstays x 2
Lewmar 46 mainsail halyard
Lewmar 46 jib halyard
Lewmar 30 staysail halyard

Deck Equipment
125lb CQR anchor with galvanised chain
75lb CQR kedge anchor
Simpson Lawrence electric windlass
Fenders and warps
22 x alloy cleats
Storage locker
10 x deck lights
Boathook
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions with gates port and starboard and stanchion bases
Stainless steel chain stopper, staysail sheet horse, main crutch boom, binnacle grab handle, aft sampson post and stern guard with teak outboard stowage bracket and seat
Bronze roller fairleads fore and aft with alloy midships
Teak cockpit seat slates and cockpit gratings
Barnished teak lazarette hatch, cockpit coamings, sheet winch pedestal, dorado box, doghouse hatch, deckhouse hatch, handrails, liferaft and dinghy chocks

Safety Equipment
4 x lifebuoys
Danbuoy
Webbing jackstays
Foghorn
Radar reflector
Automatic and manual bilge pumps driven by solenoid and engine
8 x fire extinguishers
Fire blanket
Fire Trace remote control extinguisher system in generator room

Navigation Equipment
Nav 4 Plus Navtex
Garmin 145 GPS
Raymarine ST40 echo sounder, log, speed, wind speed, wind direction - 2001 with repeaters in cockpit
Raymarine 2155 036 VHF R/T
Raymarine R180 radar interfaced with GPS for dual screen - 2003
Sestral binnacle compass

Systems
Hot and cold pressurised water system
New calorifier in 90 litre tank with immersion heater
Mikuni MV9 Hydro 9 diesel boiler serving central heating and water

Mechanical and Rigging :
Four cylinder Ford MD40 diesel engine 
Fresh water heat exchanger for cooling
Single lever controls
Direct shaft drive to three blade fixed pitch propeller through a hydraulic reduction gearbox with reverse
Bowthruster - side power 200kg with remote, batteries forward. Linked to engine charger

Construction 
Built by Ocean Youth Club Boatyard in 1976
Hull, deck, deck house and cockpit - heavy duty GRP foam sandwich with encapsulated steel frames in hull
Brass banded iroko rubbing strake on hull
Short bulwards with varnished iroko cap rail
Water tight bulkhead with steel door to peak/chain locker
Skeg hung rudder with wheel steering
Long fin keel with encapsulated lead ballast

Hull painted

Antifouled

Rigging and Spars
Masthead Bermudan Ketch
Silver anodised alloy keel stepped double spreader main mast with stainless steel mast steps and single spreader mizzen mast
Varnished wood booms
Slab reefing main, mizzen and self-tacking staysails booms with stainless steel fittings
Running rigging replaced

Sails
James Lawrence Sails

Mainsail
Mizzen
No.1 Jib
Yankee and Trysail - in good condition
Staysail - new
Genoa - light weather in fair condition
New cover for staysail, stackpacks, lazyjacks, main and mizzen

Stackpacks - new
  • LOA : 22.00 m
  • Beam : 4.27 m
  • Draught : 2.13 m
  • Rigging : Ketch
  • Keel : Deep fin keel
  • Material : Polyester
  • Hull : Monohull
  • Hull colour : Other
  • County / District : UNITED KINGDOM
  • Country : UNITED KINGDOM

Equipment on the boat

Sails


Accommodation


Equipment

  • Heating

Electronics


Maintenance / Various


Tanks


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