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48' Classic Staysail Ketch "New Silver Gull"

AU $395,000 
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Length 47' 7" - 14.50m
Usage Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location  Gold Coast, QLD
Year  1939
Hull Material Timber
48' Classic Staysail Ketch "New Silver Gull"
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"New Silver Gull" is a rare and special classic stays'l ketch. The current owners purchased her in 1989 in a bad state and put their heart and soul (and money) into bringing her back to what is quite probably better than when new in 1939. The quality of the craftsmanship, the level of equipment and general presentation is world class.

The refit and upgrading process has been undertaken with the desire to retain as much as possible, the traditional boat feel and appearance. The furniture in the saloon and galley is all polished timber, with leather covers and laid Beech cabin soles. Where possible, 21st century 'luxuries', such as microwave oven, air-conditioning, washing machine, TV and electronics are discretely hidden behind closed doors or panels. This then gives a feel of a 'gentlemen's club' atmosphere below.

This fine vessel has thousands of sea miles under her keel proving she is more than just a pretty boat.
AU $395,000 
Vessel Name  New Silver Gull
Boat Reference  3428139
Year  1939
Length  47' 7" - 14.50m
Beam  4m
Draft  2.45m
Displacement  25 ton
Keel / Ballast  Full length keel with steel shoe
Vessel Location  Gold Coast, QLD
Region  Tasmania
Designer  H. Newton Scott
Builder  H. Newton Scott
Hull Material  Timber
Decks Material  Beech (22mm) over hardwood (19mm) over Douglas Fir planking (40mm) on Spotted Gum beams (40-60mm)
Engine  Yanmar 100 HP turbo (totally refurbished 2011)
3 bladed bronze fixed propeller. Engine room: Below companionway.
Engine Make/Model  Yanmar
Engine Hours  2100 as at Feb 2015
Genset  Kubota 2 cylinder diesel engine - 430hrs (totally refurbished 2011)
Fuel  450 litres in alum. Tank & auxiliary 120ltr alum. Tank
Water  500 litres in 2 tanks plus 140ltr/hr watermaker
Dinghy  2.6 metre rigid inflatable 'Gemini' tender, aluminium hull on S/S davits
Outboard  Yamaha 3 HP outboard (2003) Yamaha 5 HP outboard
Covers  Cockpit hardtop dodger w/ laminated glass panels fully enclosed by Sunbrella covers
Accommodation  The spectacular interior is fully lined in solid Cedar and Mahogany timbers, and outfitted in other hardwoods to a very high standard. It was all stripped and refurbished in 2011. In addition, all berths and cushions were re-covered in 2011 using quality fabrics.
5 steps from the main deck, down the companionway to the fully equipped galley on the starboard side. To port and aft is the guest accommodation, featuring two single bunks and vanity unit with seating. Immediately forward is the fully enclosed guest bathroom. The main saloon is beautifully lit by a large opening skylight and houses a dinette with seating for 6 to port, nav station and additional seating to starboard. The forward stateroom features a queen size bed and ensuite.
The forward cabin and saloon are air-conditioned and heating is provided by a Muirs cabin heater in the saloon.
Shower  Hot & cold pressure water in enclosed bathroom.
Toilet  2x bathroow with manual toilet (1 is a'Simpson & Lawrence' Baby Blake manual marine)60 litre holding tank'Tank Tender' fuel/water/sullage indicator systemAutomatic washing machine fitted in aft cabin.
Galley  Broadwater 'Schooner' 4 burner gimbaled gas stove with grill and oven (certified gas system).
Emergency 2 burner kerosene stove
240v Microwave
3-Gas bottles with integrated BBQ
Refrigeration  Eutectic/electric refrigerator/freezer (totally refurbished 2011)
Ground Tackle  1 x 60 lb & 1 X 100 lb Plow anchors
80m x 12mm galvanized chain
1 X 80 lb Fisherman
1 X 30 lb Danforth stern anchor
Simpson Lawrence electric anchor winch (totally refurbished 2011)
Electric stern anchor winch
Safety Gear  Safety gear up to AYF Cat 1.
Gas detector/alarm system and auto shut off solenoid
Engine driven 2" Jabsco bilge pump with manual clutch
Jabsco manual bilge pump accessible from cockpit for main engine bilge;
4 electric pumps for separate cabin/lazarette compartments all fitted with auto float switches and bilge alarms.
4 Inflatable lifejackets
4 person liferaft (fitted 2014)
406 EPIRB with GPS
2 Life Buoys ; Dan buoy; Life buoy light; man overboard rescue sling
4 Safety harnesses
3 Portable extinguishers 1kg D/C
Fire blanket.
Electrics  12v DC and 240v AC electrical systems
Batteries: Starting banks (2x 12v) for all machinery and (6x Trojan SCS225) domestic and lighting banks + 1 Emergency VHF battery.
Alternators: 2 off Main engine & 1x 210 amp 12v DC generating alternator fitted to genset
Automatic battery chargers(New)
1800 watt sine wave inverter
2x 80 watt Solar panels fitted to aft targa bar.
Integrated 'Raymarine' nav instrumentation as follows:
2x Raymarine C series 40cm colour plotters (cockpit and nav station) (new 2014)
ST60 Log
ST60 Wind instruments
ST6000+ Autopilot
ST 5000 Autopilot
Raymarine Digital Radar (2014)
'Simpson & Lawrence' trailing log
Northstar 538I Explorer GPS/plotter
Navstar DR plotter
7x50 Steiner Commander V marine binoculars with compass 1-'Raytheon' Differential GPS
1 - Garmin handheld GPS
ICOM MC710 HF SSB radio
ICOM ICM59 VHF radio
GME Handheld VHF radio
85cm Flatscreen TV
SONY sound system
Full set East Australia Admiralty navigational charts (46)
Navigation equipment and books.
Plastimo Contest (Cockpit)
Danforth Constellation (Nav station)
Sail Inventory  6 working sails ( Main trysail / Staysail / Yankee / Mizzen staysail / Mizzen / Jib Top) plus an MPS - All Doyle Fraser Melbourne and new 2011.
Mast / Rigging  Timber main and mizzen masts stepped to keel and fitted with new wishbone booms.
Timber spinnaker pole.
Timber bowsprit with full Beech deck overlay; bobstay and dolphin striker, and integrated anchoring system.
Standing rigging stainless steel;
Main mast standing rigging renewed 2011;
Mizzen mast renewed 2011.
Hutton yankee sail roller furling system fitted 2014
Roller furler fitted to jib
Running rigging: Synthetic halyards, sheet ropes, uphaul/downhaul/outhaul and topping lifts to all sails
Deck Gear  Fresh and salt water pressure water systems, both internal and external. Deck wash/fire fighting pump.
140 ltr/hr reverse osmosis Water Maker (totally refurbished 2011)
SS pulpit, timber pushpit, bronze and timber stanchions (850mm) with 3 rows SS guardrails.
Integrated Dinghy lift davit at transom and crane on side deck.
Timber hinged duckboard.
Remarks  Brief history:
Original owners, Harry and Oceana Newton-Scott, sailed the Gull from Sydney in 1946 to Chicago via Hobart, Auckland, Fiji, Canton Island, Honolulu, British Columbia, San Francisco, Caribbean and US East Coast to the Great Lakes. 12 years later, she returned to Australia via the US Inter Continental Waterway, West Indies, Panama, Marquesas, Cook Islands, Fiji, and Vanuatu. All this with just a sextant, compass, trailing log and accurate time keeping device.
Current owners found the yacht laid up in the Clarence River in 1989, and have spent most of the time since, slowly bringing her back to her former state. Her travels since 1989 have taken her from Hobart to the top of the Queensland East coast. 'The Gull' has been granted historical Yacht status by the Australian National Maritime Museum.
 Seller Details
Broker / Dealer  Boat Sales Tasmania Boat Sales Tasmania

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Telephone  1300 288 007
Address  Muirs Boat Yard
44 Napoleon St
Battery Point
City / Suburb  Hobart 7004
State  TAS
Country  Australia
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