A typically classic and elegant Silvers motor sailor - to a John Bain design, built in 1938.
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A Classic Silvers, designed by John Bain and built by Jas Silvers of Rosneath in 1938.
Ketch rigged 12.3 metres x 3.04 metres x 1.67 metres, on the Certificate of British Registry and the National Historic Ships Register.
Construction of Pitch Pine on Oak frames with Teak topsides.
Aft cabin with double berth, full height wardrobe, cupboards and drawers, built in CD/Radio.
Aft Heads plus storage.
Galley with 4 ringed domestic cooker, oven & eye level grill, 240v microwave, 12v fridge and Rimmai gas water heater.
Wheelhouse with usual instrumentation incl VHF, Radar, GPS & autopilot. Plus fridge, built in CD/Radio and washing machine.
Saloon has twin berths plus hanging locker, cupboard and drawer storage, wine cabinet and central collapsible table.
Full sized shower
Forecastle, twin berths with drawer and cupboard storage under.
Chain locker with electric windlass, spare warps and fenders, Bruce anchor.
Main & Mizzen masts with sails, Lift raft, 2 horseshoe lifebelts, gas locker holding 2 x 4.5 kg propane gas cylinders, 3m dingy, CQR Anchor + 200 ft 3/8 chain.
Twin marinised Ford 4D diesel engines.(2 x 80hp)
New 120-gallon plastic fuel tank recently fitted.
Fresh water tanks for approx 250 gallons.
Trevora has been sailed extensively on the West coast of Scotland, the Clyde, Irish Sea and West Cork.
Built in 1938 Trevora did war service manning the Boom on the Clyde.
Full details to be added shortly.