Heard 35 a modern derivation of the traditional Falmouth Quay Punt, known for its seaworthiness, solid construction, powerful yet surprisingly quick. Characterful yacht with roomy accommodation and bags of storage space through-out, very little used in the last 3 years and currently stored under cover here at Baltic Wharf. Inventory, includes: Eberspacher heating, many instruments, Epirb, 2 x Plotters, Electric windlass, Dinghy, New Mast and boom gallows and much more. . . . .
Built and professionally fitted out byGaffers & Luggers, designed byMartin Heard. Falmouth Quay Punt with gaffer rig and encapsulated long ballast keel, Aftcockpit, transom hung rudder, tiller steering,GRP hulldeck and superstructure
Spray painted black AWLGRIP hull (2006)Cream gel-coated coachroof with grey painted decks, teak in cockpit, Galvanized pushpit, teak grab and toe rails.
BETA BV1903 43 HP 4cylinderdiesel engine(last serviced 2015 – 10 hours since service)
Engine hours 1000
Hurth Gearbox with Aquadrive coupling
Three bladed fixed propeller on shaft.
Cruise speed 6 knots
Max speed7+ knots
3 x 12 volt batteries charged byengine alternator.
Onboard battery charger
240V acshore power - system HI-TEC
Fuel: 240 litres
Classic Gaff rigged cutter, Wooden mast & spars (boom, gaff & bowsprit) - all varnished (Mast New 2016)
Stainless steel standing rigging and terylene running rigging
Mainsail with slab reefing, Furling Jib, Furling Staysail
New throat, peak & topping lift halyards (2012)
4 x stainless steel self-tailing Antal 30’s – cockpit
1x Lewmar 9 - Boom
SAILS: (All off white)
Slab reef – SKB of Falmouth
Furling jib reef – SKB of Falmouth
Furling staysail reef – SKB of Falmouth
Topsail reef – SKB of Falmouth
6 berths in 2 cabins with 1 double berthand 4 singles
Chart table to starboard and galley to port
Galley with Nelson two burner gas cooker oven and grill, stainless steel double sink with saltwater pump, hot and cold water via calorifier, electric fridge.
Saloon area with seating around saloon table for 8 persons
Separate Large heads compartment with WC, hand basin and shower, Large dry hanging locker opposite.
Eberspacher hot air cabin heating with 3 outlets
White painted and Classic dark teak joinery finishthroughoutwith blue upholstery.
Compass – Plastimo
VHF radio – Simrad RD68 VHF DSC
Multi – Raymarine ST60
GPS - Furuno GPS 31
Navtex ��� Target Navtex Pro
Chart plotter – Raymarine RL70
12V Socket x2
Chart plotter – Raymarine RG631 (cockpit)
Wind – Raymarine ST60 (cockpit) Close hauled - Raymarine ST60 (cockpit)
Depth - Raymarine ST60 (cockpit) Multi - Raymarine ST60 (cockpit)
Autopilot – Raymarine ST4000+
Anchors – 20kg Rocna with chain
Windlass – Lofrans (electric)
Masthead tri-colour navigation lights
Jon Buoy Dan Buoy system KIM man over board sling Jack stays
Bilge pump – manual
Bilge pump – electric
Cockpit table - seats 6 Cockpit cushions
We are the third owners of “IDA of FALMOUTH” and have owned her for three years.
Little use since purchased her in Falmouth when we brought her to Dartmouth.
Return trip to Alderney and day sailing since 2015.
Selling due to under usage and have other boats.
New mast by Collards – 2016
New boom gallows – to be fitted
ABOUT THE FALMOUTH QUAY PUNTS:
Falmouth Quay Punts were well-established by around 1870 as working sailing boats that ferried stores, gear and even ballast to and from the square-riggers that used the Port of Falmouth. To compete for custom from the ships' captains, they used to sail out to sea to meet ships, and they were also regularly raced by their owners, alongside others built purely as yachts, in local regattas for which there were substantial sums as cash prizes. Most working punts were yawl rigged, with removable topmasts allowing a lower mainmast to let the punts lie alongside square-riggers without the masts fouling the ship's yards.
Many of the original working boats ended up being converted to yachts, as steam took over from commercial sail. One of these working boats, the 28 foot 'Curlew' built in 1898, has taken her owners, the Carrs, from the Arctic to the Antarctic, and almost everywhere in between, all without an engine. many more Quay Punts have also made notable blue water passages.
The 'Heard 35' is built to order on GRP hulls, the lines of which were taken from original drawings, by the late Martin Heard's Gaffers & Luggers yard at Tregatreath, Falmouth. At 35 foot on deck, Heard 35s are big for Punts. Most now also have taller rigs with pole masts, allowing a topsail to be set on a wire stay rather than having to hoist a heavy spar, although some have been built with removable topmasts, and a couple with the traditional punt yawl rig. Being custom-built, various deck, cockpit and coachroof layouts have been built, along with various interior layouts.