#175794
Chichester, United Kingdom | 1972

Lillie Langtry for sale

  • 2 Cabins

General information

Production
1972
Name of boat
Lillie Langtry
Length
9,65 m / 31,66 ft
Beam
2,77 m / 9,09 ft
Draft
1,20 m / 3,94 ft
Displacement
300,00 tonne
Fuel
46 liters
Fresh water
69 liters
Location
United Kingdom, Chichester
Cruising speed
9,00 kn
Max speed
11,00 kn
Cabin
2
Bed
5

Trend in prices

Updated Seller price Price, $ Change price, $
25.11.2019 5 950 £ $ 7 689 -
02.05.2020 $ 7 432 $ 7 432 $ -257
06.05.2020 $ 7 405 $ 7 405 $ -27
08.05.2020 $ 7 352 $ 7 352 $ -53
17.05.2020 5 950 £ $ 7 265 $ -87

* Attention! The price is indicated on a date taking into account the currency exchange rate on this date

Description

English

"Lillie Langtry" was originally owned by Alan Buchanan, the vessel's Designer. She was built in 1972 as a three-quarter keel Bermudan rigged yawl and is a very capable yacht. She has been in the same ownership since 1982 and has been extensively cruised on the UK South Coast, Channel Islands, Brittany, Normandy and the Northern section of the French canal system. "Lillie Langtry" has been much loved but it is now time for her to be looked after by a new owner. This is an exceptional opportunity to acquire a serious yacht at a very modest cost.

Dimensions

LOA: 31’ 8”

LOD: 29’

LWL: 21’

Beam: 9’ 1”

Draft: 4’ 3”

Displacement: 4,300 kgs

Construction

White GRP hull, deck and superstructure

Moulded by Seamaster of Royston, Herts and fitted out by Offshore Yachts.

¾ length encapsulated iron keel

Hull stripped and epoxied in 1998 (6 coats International Gelshield)

Spade rudder

Self-draining aft cockpit

Tiller steering

Teak and Iroko interior and exterior trim

Mechanical

Volvo Penta 2002, 2 cylinder, 18hp inboard diesel (1992)

Regularly serviced

Cooled via heat exchanger and raw water exhaust

Engine mounts replaced in 2015, very little use since

Volvo instruments

Morse control

Engine bay access panel in cockpit floor as well as underneath companionway steps

Shaft drive with forward and rear greasers

3 blade bronze propeller (8x14)

Fuel consumption – owner reports approximately 1/3 gallon per hour at 2,000 rpm

Tankage

Diesel – 46 litres (10 gallons)

Water – 69 litres (15 gallons)

Electrics

12 volt system

2 x 85 amp hour batteries

Some rewiring and new fittings (2013)

Shore power cable

Spars and Rigging

Main and mizzen masts and booms by SS Spars

Stainless Steel Standing Rigging replaced December 2009

Rotostay foresail furling

Removable baby stay for inner staysail or storm jib, attaches to bowsprit deck eye

Sails

Sail area – 369 square feet

Mainsail – white, good order, little used

2nd Mainsail – white, shortened foot and luff for single handed sailing

Genoa – white, cross-cut, navy UV strip, very good condition (2006)

Mizzen – White, little used (2008)

Mizzen Staysail – ice blue, light Dacron, rarely used, good condition

Spinnaker - ice blue, light Dacron, rarely used, good condition

Main and mizzen sail covers

Various other sails, including additional genoas and the original set of tan sails by Gowens of Mersea.

Deck Equipment

Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit

Stainless steel stanchions and guardrails

25lb CQR main anchor with 26 fathoms 5/16th galvanised chain

Spare 35lb CQR anchor with 25 fathoms heavy 3 plait terylene line

Folding fluke kedge anchor

2 x Heavy bronze twin speed Gibb genoa sheet winches, top action

Gibb single speed halyard winch on main mast

Gibb single speed halyard winch for mizzen mast (not fitted)

Alloy deck cleats at bow, teak cleats at stern

Anchor hawse-pipe on foredeck

Warps and fenders

Boarding ladder (plastic)

Boathook

Bosuns chair

Navigation Equipment

Garmin GPSMap 235 and sounder – GPS unit includes depth sounder and speed

Garmin GPSMap 2110 Chart Plotter

Garmin GPS38 Handheld GPS unit

ICOM ICM33 Handheld VHF radio

Seafarer 701 Echosounder with depth alarm

Navtex wind instrument (requires new vane at masthead)

Navtex GPS cockpit repeater

Plastimo Contest 101 Compass

Simrad 1000 digital Tiller Pilot

Cockpit VHF radio speaker (needs connecting to VHF)

VHF aerial on main mast

Spare VHF aerial on mizzen

Firdell radar reflector

Walker trailing log – old but in perfect condition and working order

Navigation lights including pulpit, stern, steaming and masthead tricolour

Safety Equipment

Rule electric bilge pump

Whale Gusher manual bilge pump

Horseshoe lifebuoy

Floating personal light

Accommodation

Traditional yacht interior, professionally fitted out

Excellent storage space

Headroom in main cabin – 6’ (1.83 metres)

Headroom in Forecabin – 5’ 7” (1.7 metres)

Interior woodwork stripped and satin varnished in 2009

5 Berths in 2 cabins

Port and starboard full-length berths in saloon

Quarter-berth on port side

Teak folding removable saloon table

Teak folding chart table

Taylors pressurised paraffin heater in saloon

Traditional brass cabin lights in saloon

Galley area with gimballed Flavel Vanessa hob, grill and oven and stainless steel sink

Pressurised pump cold water system

Hanging locker to port

Separate heads compartment with Simpson Lawrence SL400 WC and basin to starboard

Full length twin berths in forecabin with infill

Additional Items

8’ GRP pram dinghy

Mariner 3.3hp outboard engine

Owner’s Remarks

I have owned “Lillie Langtry” since 1982. I was looking specifically for a yacht with a higher ballast ratio, moderate draft and overall length, all essentials for safe single-handed sailing.

The original owner was her Designer, Alan Buchanan, and I was able to speak to him to get further background on the history of the vessel. Amongst other useful information, he told me that “Lillie Langtry” was built with a higher specification of joinery than other Nantucket Clippers.

For more than 35 years, I enjoyed very safe, comfortable and reliable sailing with “Lillie Langtry”. I regularly cruised the South Coast, France and Channel Islands as well as the Northern part of the French canal system. Most of this was sailed single-handed. However, single-handed sailing is no longer practical for me and, for that reason, “Lillie Langtry” needs a new owner.

I am often asked, why is she called “Lillie Langtry”? The original Lillie Langtry was a very beautiful woman and confidant of King Edward VII and is posted as a “most beautiful woman of elegance and style”. Lillie Langtry was also named “The Jersey Lily” having grown up in St Helier. Alan Buchanan, the yacht’s Designer, lived most of his life and ran his business in St Helier hence the naming of the yacht.

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Added: 04:53 25.11.2019
Updated: 07:48 02.08.2020

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