Acorn of York is a Rossiter Pintail 28 sailing boat built by Rossiter YAchts, Christchurch and registerd in 1981. She has a centre ballast keel plus twin bilge plates. She has recently had new standing rigging fitted.
If you wish to view this lovely boat, please contact Roy Heeley on 0788 094 7376 to arrange the best way to visit Yarmouth.
Hull deck and deck gear
Beam 8’9”; draft 3’6”; Displacement 5.2 tons; Centre ballast keel plus twin bilge plates.
Fibreglass hull and deck with Afromosia top-strakes built to Lloyds Class 100 A1.
New standing rigging with sailguards 2020.
Pushpit, pulpit and guard rails all round
35lb CQR anchor plus all chain anchor chain. Windlass.
Four winches (two self-tailing); three cleats either side; fairleads fore and aft.
Two connected water tanks 28 gallons. Gas Safe certified Calorgas compartment.
Good size cockpit with storage beneath seating.
Stowable cockpit table
Safety harnesses and life-buoy
Tan short battened main plus overlapping genoa by Gowan, 2008/9. Cruising Shute by Jeckells 2004. Small jib also available.
Selden boom with single line reefing.
New Plastimo furling gear.2020
Sail cover and lazy jacks
Bukh DV20M (2 cylinder 20hp) electric start.
Gearbox, prop shaft, cutlass bearing, single prop
10 gallon fuel tank
Three bilge pumps; two manual, one electric float operated.
Two 100AH batteries (power and domestic)
Simrad IS15 depth, log, wind speed/direction system (two in cockpit readouts)
Furuno GP32 GPS
ICOM ship’s radio
Sony AM/FM car radio plus speakers in cabin and cockpit
Switch panel including switch for 25A forward deck socket
Good size cabin with standing headroom. Mahogany fittings throughout.
Two 6’+ berths in saloon with lee cloths, doubling as seating with upholstered backrests..
Good sized cabin table
Good size lockers behind bunks
Clock and barometer
Taylor paraffin stove; oil lamp
Gas cooker with two hobs and grill on gimbles
Sink with foot operated tap
Food storage lockers, cutlery draw, storage for crockery and cupboards under.
Lavac toilet with electric flush
Drop down hand wash basin and mirror
Two full length bunks with lee cloths. Storage lockers beneath.
Anchor chain locker.
8 x fenders
Mooring lines, springs and many extra warps.
Stowable radar reflector
Various hand tools
2 x fire extinguishers
2 x boathooks
2 x spare diesel and 1 x spare water containers
Cutlery and crockery, pans and kitchen paraphernalia
Spare engine parts – water impeller; starter motor and other spares
Various nautical books
4 x Life jackets (2 x adult; 2 x child)
Hand held radio and docking station.
Typhoon 8’ inflatable, electric pump and Tohatsu 2.5hp outboard (all unused for 5 years)
Various equipment instruction manuals.
Acorn of York is a nicely presented boat. She requires a minimum of TLC, but she is ready to sail away right now!