Actual Location: Vancouver, BC
Norena of Wright was designed by Robert Clark and custom built for the original owner. Hull construction is steel with a raked stem and round bilges to a full keel and counter stern.The decks comprise a foredeck with dual bow rollers and anchor winch followed by the foc's'le escape hatch. Next aft is the the raised cabin truck with skylight and spray dodger. Side decks lead to the open cockpit. Aft is a small deck with lazarette hatch. The cockpit incoorporates the helm position and crew seating with stowage under.Below decks there is a chain locker in the forepeak followed by the foc's'le with V-berth and food freezer forward, enclosed heads to port and hanging locker to starboard. Next aft is the main cabin with dinette forward to port followed by the galley/ To starboard is a settee followed by the navigator's station and quarter berth. Form the main cabin, companionway steps lead up to the cockpit via drop boards and a sliding hatch. Jump seats are fitted either side of the companionway.The machinery is installed under the cockpit deck with access under the companionway steps.This Is ready for sail!!Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Take a look at ALL ***35 PICTURES*** of this vessel on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you! - Stock #10241 To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:http://www.popyachts.com/Boat/10241/For-Sale/British-Columbia/Robert-Clark/Steel-Sloop.html
Head; Hot Water System; Manual Water System; Bow Pulpit; Stern Pulpit
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Autopilot (Autohelm 6000); CD Player (Sony); Compass; Knotmeter (Brooks And Gatehouse); Navigation Lights; Radar (Furuno 1700); Speed/depth/gps (Brooks And Gatehouse); VHF (President Model LTD 935); Global Position Receiver (Magellan); Multi-band Transceiver (Icom 735)
12 V DC Outlets; 4 Switch Circuit Breaker; Accessory Switches; Battery (2); Battery Charger (Heart 50 Amp); Circuit Breaker Panel; Inverter; Stereo (Sony)
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Courtesy Lights; Gauges; Rub Rails; Bilge Pump; Fire Extinguisher; Sea Anchor
Standing Rigging (1x19 Stainless Steel Wire To Turnbuckles And Stainless Steel Chain Plates); Halyard Winches (2 #2); Roller Furling Jib; Roller Furling Main; Spinnaker Gear (Cruising)
This is a Robert Clark sloop, built in Holland in 1960. Comparable yachts can be found for sale in England at considerably higher prices and not including many of the "extras" that we have.
11/14/13- From seller- Just had a new starter installed, the transmission has approximately 20 hours on rebuild, new heat exchanger on engine. The boat shows well; Moorage is transferable; very difficult to get in Vancouver.
The rigging was all redone by previous owner-- approx. 15 or 20 years ago. I had" heavy-duty" chain plates installed in 2006.
Have a full complement of sails, some in near new condition (spare mainsail)
Through hulls serviced in 2006.
Last survey approx. 3 years ago
There are no keel bolts: look at pic of boat on the hard.
Yes original steering quadrant is in excellent condition. I have the tiller.
I don't know when the inside of hull was last painted- is in very good condition. Access is generally easy.
New galley was installed by previous owner; fully gimbaled. Force 10 gas stove.
The boat and gear had to meet race standards for the Vic Maui race in 2006 (longest sail race on the Pacific). New 2006 life raft, EPIRB, etc.
Have Avon inflatable dingy, no engine.
Twin fresh water tanks built in under salon floor - approximately 450 litres.
Auto helm 6000 (needs new circuit board)
Windless is hydraulic - powered by engine.
No wind vane
Diesel tank 36 gallons.
Note: If I were to keep the boat long
term I would start replacing the wiring. It is old for the most part but easily accessible. I would also replace a section of the deck 20 " X 12" on the port side.
The hull is all welded and riveted. Very sturdy construction. I have a photo album of the boat going back to the construction in the boat yard.
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Draft: 5 ft. 8 in.
Beam: 10 ft. 6 in.
Speed max: 10