The Yarmouth 23 is a small coastal cruiser with a surprising amount of space below deck. This characterful design has a draft of under 3 ft and is ideal for exploring the shallow creeks and estuaries of the East Coast and beyond. With her twin keels she will easily take the ground and there is plenty of comfort below for weekending and holidays afloat. A well equipped and attractive little vessel which has only been lightly used.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - 01473 659 681.
The accommodation offers four berths in an open plan layout. In the forepeak, V berth with infill and stowage under. Opening hatch to deck. In saloon, two settee berths (both with trotter boxes). Removable saloon table. Two opening portlights. Galley to starboard. Wallas diesel fired hob. Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water supply. 40 litre freshwater capacity. Separate heads compartment to port with marine toilet, shower and washbasin.
Located behind the companionway, Beta twin cylinder 16hp diesel engine. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft to three bladed propeller. Rope cutter. 40 litre fuel capacity. Single lever control.
Gaff rigged cutter. Varnished pine mast, boom and bowsprit. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail. Furling yankee and staysail with Harken and Bamar furliers Lines led aft to cockpit. Two sheet winches.
Built by the Yarmouth Marine Service to a design by Wyatt and Freeman. Green GRP hull with simulated clinker planking. Teak rubbing strake. Teak toe rail. White GRP superstructure. Teak laid deck. Long keel with bilge plates. Keel hung rudder. Tiller steering. Aft self draining cockpit. Teak laid cockpit seating. Teak cockpit grating.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.