LB 26 Bermudian Ketch Motor Sailer
- Boat Name: Perlette
- Year Built: 1974
- Stock No: 10501
- Vendor: Brokerage (we are not the vendor)
- LOA: 26ft (7.9m)
- Beam: 9ft 6in (2.9m)
- Draft: 3ft (0.9m)
- Berths: 6
- Keel: Long Keel
- Construction: GRP
- Engine Year: 1974
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Category: Yachts
- Location: Morgan Marine - Brightlingsea
- First Launched:
Sales DescriptionThis Bermudian Ketch Motor sails beautifully and is great for lazy summer sailing; yet holds her own through stormy waters. She offers comfort and excitement, with full galley, toilet compartment and plenty of seating. Rigging replaced in 2019. When the wind dies down she has a Albin 21hp diesel engine AD21 Shaft drive. With up to 6 berths, she is a great yacht for a couple or a family looking for some sailing adventures.
Deck/RigWide side decks. Sails - 1x Mainsail, 1x Mainsail in good condition, Pushpit, Pulpit, Guard rails, Genoa with furling.1x Mizzen, Fenders and mooring lines. Boarding ladder. Walkaround deck to bow.
CabinForecabin has 4 berths - Double berth and hanging locker. Sea toilet in own compartment. Sink with Cold water. Cabin lighting . Rear cabin has 2 berths. Table dinette converts into double.
Cockpit & Dash12 volt lighting. 2x hatches
Electrical & Electronics12v switch panel. Manual Bilge pump. Autohelm wheel pilot. NASA Echosounder. Windscreen wipers.
MachineryAlbin 21hp diesel engine AD21 Shaft drive. Top speed 6 Knots.
NOTES TO PROSPECTIVE BUYERS & READERS - The company offers the above details in good faith and whilst every care and attention has been taken in the preparation and correctness L H Morgan & Sons (Marine) Ltd cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agent or surveyor to investigate such details as the buyer desires validating. We do not accept liability whatsoever for claims arising, construed as derived from the use of these details. This document is intended as a guide and is NON-CONTRACTUAL. Electronics and instruments are included in good faith and expected to work, but due to their nature, cannot be guaranteed. Their residual worth is based on the current second hand market for valuation purposes. E & OE