|"Aloha" is a classic timber motor-sailer built by Beacon & Doherty, launched 1963. Featuring a bright, open layout, reminiscent of Halvorsen, with plenty of entertaining space in the generous saloon and cockpit, and lovely timberwork throughout. She sleeps six with a double vee berth forward, another slide-out double in the saloon, and 2 settee berths in the cockpit. All the foam mattresses are extra thick. The bathroom is spacious and has a vanity, hot shower and electric flush marine toilet. Opposite this is plenty of storage and hanging space.
Galley is behind the helm portside, with a 2 burner gas stove/oven, Dometic fridge and pressurised water. Headroom is in excess of 6'. Wide side decks are a bonus.
"Aloha" is powered by it's original Rootes Lister 100 hp two stroke diesel, in well maintained condition, giving her 7 knots at an economical 8 lt/hr. Inventory includes solar charging, Muir electric windlass, cockpit clears, cabin side brightwork covers, sturdy dinghy davits, sounder and marine radios. She has approx. 600 lt each of diesel and fresh water.
Her main and headsail sailing rig allows for silent cruising off the wind.
"Aloha" is beautiful yet practical, presented in excellent condition inside and out, and realistically priced for such an eye-catching vessel.