For Sale by


Sandeman Yacht Company Ltd

33 High Street
Poole
BH15 1AB
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1202 330060

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1936 A M Dickie and Sons Motor Sailer

£125,000 (Listed price: US$213,363)

Unknown,United Kingdom

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Description/Condition


Dickies knew better than most how to build a strong and supremely seaworthy vessel. Designed on the lines of a fishing boat - but as a yacht – her finer lines make her the more beautiful while retaining all the seagoing qualities of a working vessel. TUNNAG’s wonderful varnished teak hull and the warmth of her characterful interior are fully revealed. These inherent qualities have kept her in long and loving ownerships – Her most recent having lavished a superb refit, fully revealed in her wonderful condition today. She is totally ready.




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Wood 
Beam 11 ft 4 inMax Draft 5 ft 10 in 
Draft Board/Drive Up 5 ft 10 inLength at Waterline 38 ft 6 in 
Length on Deck 44 ft 11 inLength Overall 45 ft 
Number of Engines 1    
For Sale by

Sandeman Yacht Company Ltd

33 High Street
Poole
BH15 1AB
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1202 330060

Brokers Comments


Dickies knew better than most how to build a strong and supremely seaworthy vessel. Designed on the lines of a fishing boat - but as a yacht – her finer lines make her the more beautiful while retaining all the seagoing qualities of a working vessel. TUNNAG’s wonderful varnished teak hull and the warmth of her characterful interior are fully revealed. These inherent qualities have kept her in long and loving ownerships – Her most recent having lavished a superb refit, fully revealed in her wonderful condition today. She is totally ready.

Construction

- 1 ½ inch Burma teak planking on oak frames, caulked below waterline, teak splined above
- Topsides varnished from new, copper and bronze fastened
- Pitch pine stringers and shelf
- Long iron keel with internal lead ballast and canoe stern
- Oak rudder
- Iron floors
- Solid teak laid decks
- Teak superstructure
- Teak wheelhouse with raised trunk cabin aft
- Teak wheel with cable steering
- Tiller steering from aft cockpit for al fresco sailing

Accommodation and Domestic Equipment

There is accommodation for up to 8 in 3 cabins all with full standing headroom. Fitting out is in traditional style – mostly mahogany with contrasting light painted surfaces.

Deckhouse accessed by doorway from either side deck
- Well laid out and equipped with helm to port
- Full instrumentation for engine, electrical systems and navigation all readily to hand
- Lifting helmsman’s seat
- Short settee aft and a mahogany removable table

From deckhouse fwd starboard, companionway steps lead to main accommodation
- Teak cabin sole and white deck head
- Saloon dinette to port with a mahogany table
- Lockers and cabinets for drinks and glasses etc outboard
- Settee with lifting back makes a Pullman berth over starboard side aft
- 2 Opening ports,
- Butterfly skylight and deck prisms for light and ventilation

Forward a sliding door reveals the galley athwartships
- Taylors 041 gimballed 2 burner hotplate, grill and oven to port
- L shaped laminate work area with stainless steel 1 ½ sink to stbd
- Pressure H&C drinking water tap and seawater pump / tap
- Waeco fridge served by shore power or battery
- Ample stowage in cupboards, lockers and racks
- Opening ports to the sides and deck prism over and opening hatch
- Doorway opens to the fore peak
- Single berth and 2 x child’s berth spaces
- Ample stowage for sails etc
- 2 x Opening ports, access to the anchor locker and fore hatch over

Access aft from the deckhouse
- Steps to port lead down
- Doorway aft to owner’s cabin
- Small double and large single berth with interior sprung mattresses either side
- Generous drawers for stowage beneath
- Hanging locker port side forward of the berth
- Exit to aft cockpit via double doors and hatchway
- Fwd to lobby
- Head to starboard with Jabsco marine WC, ceramic washbasin, H&C water and shower
- Access to engine room with lighting

Rig Spars and Sails

Inboard Bermudan ketch auxiliary rig
- Varnished pine spars
- Keel stepped main mast single spreader, running back stay
- Aft coach roof stepped mizzen mast single spreader, running back stay
- All standing rigging stainless steel
- Terylene running rigging
- Main sheeting multi purchase Tufnol blocks to jam cleat
- Mizzen sheeted forward to 2 bronze winches

Sails all cream polyester in as new or GC with fitted main and mizzen covers
- Mainsail
- Mizzen
- Genoa roller reefing
- Jib
- Steadying sail

Deck Layout Equipment and Ground Tackle

- Raised foredeck provides generous space aft to the main mast and saloon skylight
- Teak deck locker and deckhouse, with steps down port and starboard to side decks aft
- Access to the deck house both sides
- Raised aft cabin coach and mizzen to small aft cockpit and access to aft cabin

Deck equipment includes
- Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
- All bronze stanchions with double stainless steel lifelines;
- Boarding gates port and starboard
- Bronze fairleads
- Wheelhouse, skylight, hatch, deckbox and aft cockpit covers, full hull covers mostly 2012
- Davey & Co prism deck lights
- Muir HR 3500 24v Windlass
- 50 lb bower anchor on 30 fathoms 7/16th inch chain
- Fisherman kedge anchor and warp
- Warps, fenders and boathook
- Canvas deck stowage for warps and mizzen sail

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage

- Gardner 3 LW 47 HP 3 cylinder Diesel fitted new in 1965, overhauled 95/96
- Full instrumentation
- Gardner U2 2:1 reduction gearbox
- All round access for maintenance
- New rear shaft bearing fitted 2002
- 3 bladed propeller
- Max speed 8 ½ knots, econ cruising at 7 knots, consume 1 gallon ph , less if motor sailing
- 24 V for domestic and engine start. Both systems separately switched and interchangeable
- 4 x 12 V domestic batteries
- 4 x 12 V Engine start batteries
- 2 x 12 V Windlass batteries
- Sterling battery charger
- New 55 A alternator engine driven charger 2013
- 240 V ring main 
- 240 V immersion water heater run from shore power
- Webasto Air Top Evo 5500 central heating
- 110 gallons fuel in 2 stainless steel wing tanks
- 200 gallons fresh water in 2 tanks
- Large deck box holding 3 gas bottles

Navigation Communication and Electronics

- Danforth Constellation steering compass
- Neco NM69 autopilot
- Lowrance Elite 5X echo sounder
- Navman Tracker 5500 GPS / plotter
- Brass clinometer, clock and barometer
- Sailor RT144B VHF radio telephone
- Sailor 66TS Radio
- TV DVD CD player

Safety

- Nereus gas detector and alarm
- 2 x smoke alarms
- Fire blankets in galley and engine room
- 4 x manual fire extinguishers
- 2 x Jabsco electric bilge pump
- Manual stirrup bilge pump
- Manual whale pump
- Foghorn
- 2 x lifebuoys
- Gillioe Firth radar reflector
- Seago inflatable danbuoy
- Seago inflatable horseshoe buoy
- Trem security throwing line

Refit and Maintenance details

Refits and maintenance have included
- Decks raked out, caulked with caulking cotton
- Decks payed over with Sikaflex and sanded. 2 coats  Semco antibacterial growth
- Keel bolts inspected
- Futtock bolts inspected and replaced as required
- Mast stripped, re varnished
- New standing and running rigging including blocks and tackles
- Engine overhaul
- New steering tubes and cables
- New wiring and control panels
- Plumbing and hot water system
- New lighting on 2 circuits i.e. separate shore power system
- Fuel tanks and Racor filters
 
- All sea cocks inspected and replaced with new as required
- New 100 gallon drinking water tank filtration pump and tap at sink
- Galley refurbished and new Waeco fridge
- Head compartment stripped and refitted including new Jabsco WC
- All engine shaft bearings removed and inspected with new greasers 2012

Disclaimer

These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as 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.