|The owner of this magnificent vessel is keen to sell and will look at reasonable offers.
The very fact that this 100-year-old yacht has been owned by the same family for more than half of that period speaks volumes. A total restoration in
1996/7, updated every system, allowing ROSALIND to be used as a modern luxury yacht, but where there was renewal, the original layout and plans were adhered to, her teak structure made perfect and her gaff yawl rig reinstated.
ROSALIND, both above and below deck will not disappoint; the Authenticity and attention to detail are outstanding. It is clear from the thought that has gone into this vessel that her present owners not only adore her, but have understood how to use a classic yacht of this size.
ROSALIND has powered winches allowing her to be sailed by a crew of 5.
ROSALIND was designed and built in 1904 by Harry Thomas Stow & Sons at Shoreham for Charles Hellyer of Yorkshire. This yard which has built other noteworthy yachts such as RONA was built and designed as a gaff yawl using the finest Burma teak on robust oak frames – she typified the best kind of cruising yacht of the period with first class materials and workmanship.