ROSIE is a fine example of the Cornish Yawl, designed by Roger Dongray and built by Cornish Crabbers. She is the ideal boat for coastal cruising and exploring rivers and creeks. Not only is she seaworthy and practical but also attractive and fun to sail either single or short handed. She has all the maintenance benefits of a modern yacht but with the beautiful looks of a classic. ROSIE comes well equipped with a Yanmar engine, Eberspacher heating, chart plotter and VHF, she is afloat in Poole harbour and ready to sail away.
LOA: 32' 6" including bowsprit
LWL: 24' 7"
BEAM: 8' 6"
DRAFT: 3' 5"
BUILDER: Cornish Crabbers
DESIGNER: Roger Dongray
Yanmar 1GM, 7.5HP, shaft drive with 3 bladed propeller.
Cruising speed: 5knots. Maximum speed: 6knots
Plastimo steering compass, Navman Tracker 5110 chart plotter, Navman 7100 DSC VHF, Raymarine autopilot, Pioneer CD/radio, speed log and depth sounder.
Other equipment included:
Warps and fenders, LED navigation lights, boat hook, spray-hood and dodgers.
All spars are wooden.
All sails are made by Kemp Sails and are tan coloured.
Mainsail- slab reefing
Head sail- roller furling/reefing
Mizzen sail- slab reefing
4x winches, (two sheet, two halyard)
ROSIE has three berths in one main cabin. One quarter berth and two berths either side of the saloon table (where the lifting keel stows). The table would comfortably seat 4 around.
The galley (to port) is well equipped with an oven, two burners and a grill, dedicated plate/glass/cutlery storage and a moulded sink with a manual pump for fresh water. To starboard there is a forward facing chart table of good size with the sink moulded into it. The cabin also benefits from an Eberspacher heating system and LED cabin lights.
There is a sea toilet and hanging space for foul weather clothing, along with ample storage throughout the cabin including a huge locker forward.
Parkstone Bay Marina