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Dickies International Boat Sales - Dickies of Bangor
+44 (0)1248 363400
RUFFIAN 23 Built in 1977 by Weatherly yachts and fitted with a Yanmar 10hp inboard diesel engine 2005. She benefits from Head sail furling, Delux Mahogany interior, 4 berths and heads.
Lying ashore North West
NEW LISTING - PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION
The Ruffian is a 23 foot keelboat which was designed and built by brothers Dickie and Billy Brown of Portaferry, Co. Down, 35 years ago.
The Ruffian 23 is a great one design racing boat, an extremely family-friendly boat, and despite its size, the Ruffian 23 has cruised waters around Ireland, the UK, and further afield. Approximately 200 Ruffians were built and many are still raced regularly in Dun Laoghaire, Wicklow, Skerries, Baltimore, Carrickfergus, Strangford Lough, around the Clyde, the Isle of Man, and even as far afield as Hong Kong and Uruguay.
"Supertramp" consists of GRP hull deck and superstructure. The hull has a red paint finish and cast Iron Ballast.
She benefits from a deluxe interior finish with Mahogany on GRP
Fitted with a Yanmar 1G10 inboard diesel to a conventional shaft drive to a folding prop. Tiller steering .
This engine was fitted in 2005 and was last services 2017.
Stainless Steel Fuel tank. 2 batteries alternator /shore power charging
Alloy Kemp Mast and boom with roller Plastimo head sail with slab reefing on the mainsail
Barton and Girdlestone winches
Safety Equipment :
Accommodation consists of a V berth forward with a marine toilet to starboard and storage opposite.
The main saloon has 2 berths to port and starboard with a small galley to port with cooker, stainless steel galley sink and Water storage.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.