FOR SALE OR WANTED
SALE - The oyster smack Electron CK36
Worked for most of her life locally before being converted to a life
Now in good condition with a recent survey and ready to go.
Offers in the region of £50,000 for this fine example of our fishing
Built by Robert Aldous, Brightlingsea in 1909
Length on deck - 36 ft. Beam - 9.4 ft. Draught - 5 ft.
Registered Tonnage - 9.27 tons.
on oak. Frames sided 3" and moulded 3" at the gunwhale
and 4" at the keel.
4 berth. Traditional internal ballast in lead.
VHF fitted. Two ring gas cooker in galley - gas stored on deck
and copper pipe to flexible unit.
Main anchor approx. 60 lb. fishermans type on at least a shackle
of short link chain handled by traditional pawl windlass. Kedge
anchor 20 lbs. CQR on 10 ft. of short link chain then warp.
of the Work Done :-
1984/87 Re-built from the keel up by Andrew Harman and Tony Terle.
1997 ___New keel bolts throughout by Colin
1998/99 New Yanmar 18 hp. diesel fitted by French Marine
1999/00 New wooden mast by Colin White
1999/00 New sails (Tan Clipper) by Gale Heard - main, tow stays'l, No.1
2001 ___New wooden boom by Colin White
2001 ___Rudder hangings machined and bushed
She now lies in the Smack Dock at Brightlingsea.
For more details please contact Peter Allen,
60 Upper Park Road, Brightlingsea, Essex. CO7 0JG
Catchpole PE 62 is for sale after being in same
ownership for 20 years.
here for more details of this rare, 28' Poole
the moment i am looking for a smack that needs a lot of work if you
could e mail me with any smacks for sale and prices i would be very
grateful hope to hear from you soon