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Historic LOOE LUGGER for sale in Devon United Kingdom

LOCATION

Devon United Kingdom

YEAR

1921

LENGTH

45.01 ft.

DETAILS

Condition

Used

Name

OUR DADDY

Year

1921

Make & Model

Historic LOOE LUGGER

Boat type

Sail

Length

45.01 ft.

Location

Devon United Kingdom

Tax status

Tax Paid

DESCRIPTION

OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”. A 45ft dipping Lugger, she was the last sailing lugger to be built and to work out of Looe, Cornwall.

OUR DADDY was built in Looe, Cornwall in 1921 by local boat builder Dick Pearce. She was commissioned by the Pengelly family and built to join their fleet of fishing boats that included “Our Boys” and “Our Girls” hence the name “Our Daddy”. A 45ft dipping Lugger, she was the last sailing lugger to be built and to work out of Looe, Cornwall. Originally skippered by Alfred John Pengelly and more recently his son, she fished for some 65 years in the pilchard, mackerel and shark fishing industries. Once owned by Mike Darlington and Stuart Murray; Mike fished on the boat with the legendary Alfred John Pengelly. OUR DADDY was purchased by the current owners in 2014 with the sole intention of operating as a charter vessel. They spent over three years refitting her to the current high standard and were rewarded for their efforts with the coveted National historic ships award of “Flagship of the year” in 2017. Presented by Princess Royal, OUR DADDY becomes one of a select few permitted to fly a special pennant. Port of registry: Fowey, official number 711928. Last surveyed April 2017, Mecal SCSVC certification to April 2022. Substantially constructed with larch planking on oak frames. Iroko laid decks over marine ply with iroko and marine ply superstructure. Traditional re-fitted interior to a high standard for charter use finished in varnished oak and white paint. FORE CABIN: Bunk berths for six guests. HEADS COMPARTMENT: Electric marine heads, shower and washbasin h&c. SALOON: Settees port and starboard, drop-leaf table, skylight. GALLEY: with gas cooker with oven and grill, 12-volt cold box, double sink unit, two freshwater tanks, total capacity 180 gallons. Pantry and crockery lockers and ample counter worktops. AFT CABIN: Crews quarters with two single bunks. Keel-stepped laminated timber mainmast, about 49ft 6ins and timber mizzen mast. 28ft bowsprit. Galvanised steel standing rigging replaced in 2017. Set of five sails setting about 2,500 sq.ft lug rig. 130hp VOLVO PENTA D5-T four-cylinder diesel engine (2008) last serviced July 2019. 180-gallon fuel capacity in a single tank. Three-blade propeller, shaft driven. Approx cruising speed 8 knots. Four batteries, 240-volt shore-power. INVENTORY: Raymarine RAY59E VHF Raymarine GPS Raymarine Chartplotter Raymarine Radar Raymarine Sounder Compass Hydraulic Windlass 75lb CQR Anchor 45lb Bruce Anchor 30 metres chain Window covers Cockpit covers Deck Wash Beaching Legs Two bilge pumps Fenders & Warps 12 Lifejackets Offshore pack flares 3.2 metre RIB with 5hp O B motor

BROKERS NOTE: An extremely rare opportunity to purchase the last Cornish sailing Lugger part of the National Historic Fleet and noted as a particularly special vessel. Sympathetically restored to retain her original character but with modern comforts, navigation and safety to comply with previous charter work. A sought-after vessel for sail training, adventure weekends and holidays with ongoing commercial opportunities or private use for extended or coastal cruising. March 2020 out of water survey. Currently operating as an Airbnb business.

GUIDE: £135,000

LYING: Cornwall

VIEWING: Through CLASSIC YACHT BROKERAGE

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

HULL

Designer

Traditional

ABOUT HISTORIC LOOE LUGGER

The Historic LOOE LUGGER is 45 feet long