Mark Cameron Yachts

Jones of Buckie 43' G.L. Watson MFV style Motoryacht

£75,000

Fantastic expedition vessel, 2000+ mile range


Overview

Available

Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelJones of Buckie 43' G.L. Watson MFV style Motoryacht
NameBANAMHAIGHSTER
DesignerG.L. Watson
Year1984
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£75,000
LyingArgyll, United Kingdom
Reference1894393

Specifications

LOA13.1m
LWL12.49m
Beam4.57m
Draft2.21m
Displacement39625kg
Hull ConstructionLarch on Oak. Heavily built, carvel planked.
Keel TypeFull keel

Propulsion

EngineKelvin Marine Diesel T4. 120hp @ 1000RPM Tick over – 600RPM Max – 1000RPM Four stroke, direct injection, 4 cylinder, 15.6ltr, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled. Kelvin hydraulic reverse/reduction gearbox as an integral part of the engine. 2:1 reducti
Engine Hours2320
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity2000l
Max Speed13.334kph

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity2200l

Description

Built as a pleasure craft in the style of a traditional Scottish MFVBANAMHAIGSTER is well presented having been professionally maintained and upgraded since new. Benefitting from never having been commercially worked she is a unique find.
In the current ownership BANAMHAIGSTER has extensively cruised the waters around Scotland and ventured as far North as the Arctic circle on a 9 week expedition voyage. She has proved to be a robust and reliable boat capable of looking after her crew in the open ocean. She would be ideally suited for use as an expedition motor yacht or comfortable live aboard.
Fitted out in the current configuration below decks by the yard she if fitted out to a high standard for the style of vessel. The attention to detail in the original build is evident throughout; for example ventilation holes at the top and bottom of all hull lining panels ensuring the boat can breathe. Her extensive inventory includes highlights such as:

Larch on oak hull construction built to the same scantilings as a working MFV.

Copper sheathed hull since build.
Alloy deckhouse.
Ketch rig with steadying sail and genoa.
Kelvin T4 Marine diesel engine, only 2320 recorded running hours.
2000 mile range under engine.
Beta Marine 6.5Kva Genset.
Onboard fuel polishing system.
Hydraulic windlass and hydraulic capstan.
Three independent heating systems.
Master cabin aft with en-suite heads and shower.
Three berth cabin forward with en-suite heads and shower.
Furuno and Garmin navigation instrumentation.


Benefitting from wintering ashore in a shed during the current ownership BANAMHAIGSTER has enjoyed the attention of professional shipwrights and engineers as part of a fastidious maintenance regime. Now being prepared for launching late in spring she is available for immediate viewing ashore.

DESIGNER HISTORY:
George Watson was born in the city of Glasgow in 1851, the son of Glasgow doctor he grew up in the heart of the Clydeside maritime industry. During his childhood a passion for yachting developed and as soon as possible after completing his apprenticeship he formed the world’s first dedicated yacht design office; still in business today.
Over the years the company of G.L. Watson has only had 6 managing directors, each bringing their own unique skills to the companies offering. Under the leadership of William Smart who lead the company between 1958 and 1968 the company ventured into the design of MFV’s for the Scottish fishing industry. During what was a boom period for the industry the company became highly respected for their designs with all yards in Scotland producing G.L. Watson designed vessels.

MANUFACTURER HISTORY:
The Jones of Buckie yard was synonymous with the building traditional timber-built commercial vessels for the Scottish Fishing Industry, launching thousands of new hulls since the company’s formation in 1918. The Jones built MFV’s having a loyal following in the fishing industry the yard gained a reputation for building high-quality robust vessels capable of working for many decades in the most arduous conditions.
Along side, the production of commercial vessels the yard also built a number of small craft in the same traditional style for pleasure use including their own range of ‘Spey Class’ motor sailors and the last two traditional Loch Fyne skiffs.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

Traditional timber built hull in the Scottish MFV style.
Oak Wood keel, frames, stempost and stern post.
Steel strap floors
Larch planking
Larch bilge keels
Large rubbing strake.
Heavy rubber D-fendering running around hull.
Hull copper sheathed below the waterline from new.
Topsides painted blue, painted professionally 2018.

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Oak and Iron deck beams.
Oak beam shelf.
Iroko laid decks with pitch caulking.
Glass prism deck lights let into deck in way of cabins below decks.
Deck house constructed in alloy
Steel fabricated opening deck hatches forward and aft.
Varnished hardwood stringer running around frame heads on forward deck.
Varnished hardwood capping rail.

Keel:
Wood keel running the length of the hull in traditional MFV style.
Poured ballast in bilges.
Additional lead ingot ballast forward and aft to trim.

Rudder:
Skeg hung rudder.
Single stainless rudder and rudder stock assembly fitted new 2009.
Stainless steel rudder stock

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Kelvin Marine Diesel T4.
120hp @ 1000RPM
Tick over – 600RPM Max – 1000RPM
Four stroke, direct injection, 4 cylinder, 15.6ltr, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.
Kelvin hydraulic reverse/reduction gearbox as an integral part of the engine. 2:1 reduction ratio.
Engine mounted start/stop controls with tacho, temperature, engine oil pressure and gearbox oil pressure guages.
Remote engine dash panel in deck house, digital tacho with fuel flow meter, engine oil pressure and gearbox oil pressure guages.
Single lever morse controls in wheelhouse.

Maintenance & Performance:
Full engine service 2018, boat not used 2019.
Cruising speed 7.2kts @800rpm approximately 3gal/hr
2000 miles range

Fuel System:
Onboard fuel polishing system consisting of high capacity Racor turbine filter with fuel Mag magnetic treatment.
Polishing system can cycle fuel in each tank or transfer fuel from tank to tank.
Independent fuel supplies from each tank, switchable underway.
Magnetic filtration on engine supply line.
Duplex Racor turbine filters

Propulsion & Steering:
Mild steel lay-shaft from engine aft, mounted on plumber block.
Kelvin pattern sterngland, sterntube and cutlass bearing.
Stainless steel prop shaft. 2008
Bronze 4 blade prop.
Prop removed and professionally refurbished 2016.
Single helm station in deck house.
Manual hydraulic rotary steering system.
Emergency tiller.

Hydraulics:
Manually engaged engine-driven pump.
Powering windlass on foredeck and capstan winch aft.

Autopilot:
Simrad AP35
Hydraulic system with 24VDC pump.
Interfaced with GPS to allow track following.

General:
Engine room CCTV system displaying on plotter.
Considerable amount of spare for the engine, generator and onboard systems are included.

Engine Room Layout:
Accessed via watertight door immediately aft of forward companionway steps.
Engine room occupies the space immediately below the deckhouse.
Engine mounted centrally within space.
Alloy chequer plate foot plates fitted on steel framework to allow full walk-around space.
Main fuel tanks outboard of engine port and starboard.
Duplex fuel filtration system mounted inboard of port fuel tank.
Generator unit outboard of port side fuel tank.
Hydraulic tank fitted on bulkhead forward of generator.
Fuel polishing system filter unit and magnetic conditioner mounted inboard of starboard side fuel tank.
Batteries located immediately forward of starboard side fuel tank.
Small work bench forward of batteries with drill press.
Battery monitoring system outboard of work bench.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

24v onboard power.
12v supply for instrumentation.
240v AC supplied from generator/shore power.

Shore Power:
Fully, professionally rewired 2010
Single 32 amp connection
Extension lead to connect
RCD protected hard wired system.

Battery Banks:
Domestic Bank – 2x 12v 500Ah capacity
Engine Bank – 2x 12V 110Ah capacity
Generator Bank – 1x 12V 75Ah capacity

Charging:
Victron Phoenix Combi 24v 50amp
Dual output
Charging domestic and engine banks

Alternator:
Single engine-driven alternator
Gear-driven from timing casing
Adverc smart alternator control system

Generator:
Beta Maring 6.5kva genset.
5.6kva / 23amp / 1500RPM
3 cylinder marinized Kubota engine, indirectly cooled.
565 recorded running hours.
Start/stop panel in engine room.

Other Electrical:
No anodes fitted boat converted to zero differential.
Galvanic isolator system.
PowerVerter 24VDC – 12VDC, 12amp dropper for instrumentation.
24VDC auxiliary outlets in forward and after cabins.

PLUMBING SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:

Full pressurised H&C water
Mono-tap faucets in galley and heads.
Showers in both heads.
Filtered carbon drinking water in galley, manually pumped

Bilge Pumps:
Engine-driven bilge pump doubles as deck wash.
Selectable suction on engine driven pump for forward or aft compartments.
Electric bilge pump in aft section of bilge, automatically switched.

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Two tanks.
Approximately 2,000ltr/450gal capacity each
Total approximate fuel capacity 4,000ltr/900gal
Galvanised steel construction.
Inspection hatches in the side of the tanks, accessible from the engine room.
Completely independent with separate deck fillers and supply lines to engine.
Sump drains on both tanks.

Fresh Water:
Three tanks
Galvanised steel tank
Dedicated drinking water tank, rubber-lined.
Total approximate water capacity 2,200ltr/500gal

Calorifier:
60ltrs capacity tank
Heated from engine cooling water or 240v immersion heater

Tank Monitoring:
Sight tubes on all tanks.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

At Chart Table:

FurunoNavnet VX2 MFD with chartplotter, radar and AIS functionality
Fish Finder - Garmin Fishfinder 400C
Wind – Simrad IS12 analogue guage
Log - Stowe Navigator 1
GPS#1 - Garmin GPS152, standalone unit.
GPS#2 - Furuno GP32, connected to MFD and radio
Electric ships horn.

Communications Equipment:
Icom IC-M601 DSC VHF
Sailor RT144C VHF
AIS receiver
Loud Hailer mounted on forward end of deck house.

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Whirlpool Electric hob, 2 burner.
Daewoo 700w microwave
Front loading fridge with icebox 24vdc
Toaster 240VAC
Kettle 240VAC.
Stainless steel sink with half sink and draining rack.
Hardwood, chopping board infill to fit over sink.

Heads:
2x Lavac manual marine toilets
Overboard discharge.

Heating & Ventilation:
Eberspacer D7L 8kw. diesel fired blown air system, outlets in all cabins and deck house.
Fan matrix air heaters fed from engine cooling water, units in aft and forward cabins.
Engine exhaust boiler, closed loop, convection system, 2 radiators in saloon.
Electric demisters fitted to central two forward facing deckhouse windows.
Extractor fans in both heads and above galley cooker.

Lighting:
24v lighting throughout.
Red lighting in deckhouse and aft cabin

General:
Locking Safe, hidden within galley.

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Master cabin with large double and en-suite heads
3 full sized single berths in forward cabin with en-suite heads
Deck house saloon and galley.

Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work of sappelle veneered plywood with solid mahogany trims.
Hull lined mahogany strip planking, ventilation holes in lining panels top and bottom
Iroko planked sole in wheelhouse.
Marine plywood soles in cabins with fitted carpets.
Headlining throughout interior finished with formica faced plywood panels finished with mahogany trims.
Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Focsole Locker:
Accessed through half height double doors at forward end of the forward cabin.
Shelves outboard in V- Layout, two levels with deep fiddles.
False bottom to space for additional storage, chain locker beneath.
Galvanised steel hawse pipe running through space.
LED lighting.

Forward Cabin:
Accessed via deck house forward companionway steps.
Two large single bunks outboard to port, fitted with deep leeboards.
Bench settee to starboard forward with back rest cushion.
Settee converting to single bunk, fitted with lee cloth.
Writing desk at forward end of bunks on port side.
Cave lockers let into hull lining panels outboard on port and starboard sides forward.
Storage lockers beneath lower bunk and starboard settee.
Large opening deck hatch with escape steps fitted beneath.
Deck prisims to provide natural light
En-suite access to forward heads.

Forward Heads:
Accessed from forward end of aft cabin.
Constructed from formica faced ply panels with mahogany trims.
Larch sole grating on alloy formed draining sole plate.
Manual Lavac marine toilet mounted at aft end of compartment, forward-facing.
Counter top along outboard edge of compartment with inset ceramic wash hand basin.
Dedicated domestic type shower fitted inboard with curtain to screen heads.
Mirror mounted above wash hand basin.
Vanity locker below counter top

Deck House:
Opening door on port side.
Glass windows around deck house on all sides, 15 in total of which 4 are opening.
Access to forward and aft cabins from within deck house via forward an aft companionway steps.
Chart storage is provided above the forward companionway steps.
Deck house contains helm and nav station, saloon and galley.

Helm/Nav Stations:
Helm station slightly offset to port forward with centrally mounted skippers seat.
Single lever morse control to port with engine dash to starboard of wheel.
Magnetic compass, Fishfinder and standalone GPS displays immediately forward of wheel.
Depth sounder and autopilot immediate forward of helm seat.
Chart table offset to starboard, forward facing, immediately over forward companionway steps.
Furuno MFD and Icom DSC VHF mounted on shelf above chart table forward.
Sailor radio and ships switch panel located below table forward and outboard.
Book shelf immediately aft of chart table.

Galley:
Linear galley extending along port side of deck house.
Hardwood worktop with deep, solid mahogany fiddles.
Double plate electric stove inset into worktop centrally, fitted with stainless steel pan clamps.
Stainless steel inset into worktop aft.
Microwave and toaster fitted on overhead shelf, aft of sink.
Forward loading fridge immediately below sink.
Selection of lockers and drawers fitted below worktop.

Saloon:
U-shaped saloon settee occupying aft starboard corner of deck house.
Fixed mahogany saloon table with two small drop leafs fixed inboard of settee.
Storage lockers beneath seat bases.
Bottle storage within table top an base.

Aft/Master Cabin:
Accessed from deckhouse via aft companionway steps.
Double bunk offset to starboard at forward end of cabin.
Bookshelf outboard of bunk to port.
Cave locker outboard of bunk to starboard.
Bench settee aft of bunk outboard on starboard side.
Dresser shelf on bulkhead aft of settee with mirror above.
Glass doored cabinet on cabin side above settee.
Large hanging locker to port at aft end of cabin with storage shelves beneath.
Locker space beneath bunk with chart storage drawer, accessible through doors at inboard aft end of bunk
Large opening deck hatch aft with escape steps fixed to bulkhead head aft.
Prisim type glass deck lights in cabin.
Access to steering steering compartment at aft end of cabin.

Aft Heads:
On port side of aft cabin
Constructed from formica faced ply panels with mahogany trims.
Larch sole grating on alloy formed draining sole plate.
Manual Lavac marine toilet mounted at aft end of the compartment, forward facing.
Counter top at forward end of compartment with inset ceramic wash hand basin.
Mono-mixer tap on wash hand basin pulls out to be used as a shower head when required.
Mirror mounted above wash hand basin.
Vanity locker below counter top

Steering Compartment:
Accessed through aft cabin via door on port side of aft bulkhead.
Rotary hydraulic steering gear fully accessible.
Freshwater tanks outboard to port and starboard.
Outboard storage bracket.
LED lighting in compartment.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Two timber masts.
Boom on aft mast only.
Painted masts

Sails:
Mizzen steadying sail.
Genoa.

Anchoring & Mooring:
50kg Bruce on 100m of chain
CQR 60lb
20kg CQR
Selection of heavy 3 strand warps for kedge anchor.
Rubber fendering around hull.
Selection of large inflatable fenders.
Selection of heavy mooring warps
Hydraulic anchor windlass with chain gypsy and warping drum. Dual control station on fordeck and at helm
Hydraulic capstan on aft deck

Tender:
Zodiac inflatable dinghy
Honda 2.2hp fourstroke.

General:
Substainsial bullkworks formed buy frames with varnished hardwood capping rail.
Double bow rollers, port and starboard sides of stem head.
Circular fairlead mounted on top of stem head.
Varnished hard wood stringers secured to frame heads, running aft to step in deck.
Large timber mooring cleats secured to stringers.
Fairleads mounted on capping rail port and starboard forward.
Solid steel guard rails secured to capping rail running aft around aft deck, height varying with double rail around aft deck.
Anchor windlass mounted on steel fabricated plinth at forward end of deck.
Main mast tabernacle aft of windlass mounting.
Liferaft mounted in cradle on forward end of deckhouse.
Forward deck hatch offset to starboard aft of tabernacle.
24VDC parallel motion windscreen wiper on deckhouse window forward of wheel.
Guardrail gates port and starboard.
Open aft deck.
Large mooring cleats outboard on quarters.
Circular fairlead mounted on top of stem head.
Hydraulic capstan mounted forward of fairlead.
Mizzen mast tabernacle forward of capstan.
Engine driven deck wash with hose reel.
GRP deck storage boxes on aft deck.
Deck flood lights mounted on main mast and aft end of the deckhouse.
Folding ‘director’ type seats and a table are aboard for use on the aft deck.

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Deckhouse roof mounted navigation lights.
Masthead anchor light on main mast.

Life saving:
6 person cannister raft mounted on deck.
Hyrdostatic release.

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.In this case we are acting as brokers only.

The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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