‘A very traditional long keel design by C.R. Holman in 1960 and really from another [more elegant] age. A great favourite in her time and still much-liked as a classic all-weather performer’ THE GOOD BOAT GUIDE.
The 1966 Elizabethan 29. A bonny sloop from a famous designer
Builder: Peter Webster Ltd, Lymington GB 1966. Designer: C.R. 'Kim' Holman
The Elizabethan 29 was one of the first production grp yachts designed and built in Britain, derived in 1960 from the Folkboats and the Stella. The one hundred Elizabethans were heavily laid up in grp for, in most cases for very long lives. The deck moulding incorporated cockpit and coachroof.
Length overall: 29ft 0in 8.8m Beam: 7ft 6in 2.28m
Length waterline: 20ft 0in 6.0m Draught: 4ft 2in 1.26m
Displacement: 3302kg Ballast: 1270kg encapsulated lead
Sail area: 320 sq ft [97.5 sqm] Transport height: 9ft 6in
Engine: Yanmar 2QM15 2-cylinder diesel DIN hp: 14 @ 3000rpm
Berths: 4 in 2 cabins Rig: Bermudan sloop
SSR: 000696 Sail number: E62
Keel-stepped rudder with tiller steering, plywood internal bulkheads designed to strengthen coachroof supporting aluminium mast. Wood and plywood used in companion steps and engine hatch, galley, main cabin seats and forecabin V-berth.
Sails: Mainsail with slab reefing, Genoa with roller furling, cruising 'chute with snuffer, working jib.
Rig: Aluminium mast and boom with stainless steel rigging, pulpit, guard rails and lifelines. Mastmate alternating-step flexible ladder in 2in nylon webbing.
Engine: Yanmar 2QM15 raw water-cooled two cylinder marine diesel DIN hp: 14 @ 3000rpm. Two 2018 12 volt batteries. Two 15-gallon stainless steel fuel tanks. Rev counter with oil pressure, coolant and alternator warning lights. 12-volt electrical system re-wired 1996.
Hull: White grp hull with azure deck moulding incorporating cockpit and coachroof, cockpit locker.
Deck gear: Tiller steering, Simpson Lawrence anchor winch, one 25lb CQR plough anchor with 6mm chain, Danforth kedge anchor with chain and rope scope, two single speed sheet winches, single speed halyard winch, two telescopic aluminium beaching legs, mooring warps and fenders. Navigation, steaming and anchor lights.
Safety gear: Lifejackets for four adults, horseshoe lifebuoy, one manual diaphragm bilge pumps in cockpit and one one electric automatic bilge pump, fire extinguisher and fire blanket in saloon, one extinguisher in cockpit locker.
Navigation equipment: Plastimo Contest bulkhead compasses, Clipper depth sounder, Garmin 120 gps satellite navigation, Raymarine ST 1000 tiller pilot, barometer, clock, new Target windspeed and direction system. Apelco VXE200 VHF radio, Saisho digital radio. Handheld VHF, Garmin gps and Pacific VHF radio.
Accommodation: Saloon well-fitted out in wood, upholstered with red cushions and folding wooden saloon table. Two V-berths in forecabin, two berths in saloon. Galley area with Taylors two burner gas hob supplied from drained gas locker. Chart table. Separate heads forward of main bulkhead with sea lavatory, wash basin.
Companion door to heads and focsle is combined with folding saloon table
DIZZY LIZ is exceptionally well found, deck and topsides recently cleaned, hull anti-fouled on the hard at Douglas Boatyard, Hesketh Bank, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 6RR with easy river access to the Irish Sea via the Ribble estuary and low cost yard crane service for loading to road transport.
Coburg Yacht Brokers
Sealand Boat Deliveries Limited
Douglas Boatyard, Becconsall Lane, Hesketh
Lancashire, England. PR4 6RR
Tel: 01254 705225
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