Classic Yacht – Ngatira 4- Sale


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Classic Yacht – Ngatira 4- sale

Now I don’t do many blatant 4-sale posts on ww but the gaff cutter Ngatira is owned by a long time buddy & all round nice guy – Steve Horsley.
Ngatira was built in 1904, is the finest example of a Charles Bailey Jnr racing boat of this era and is of historic significance. She has recently undergone an extensive restoration / rebuild back to its original configuration e.g gaff, staysail, jib and topsail.

Ngatira is not only a stunner on the water, she is also rather quick and has had good success racing in CYA regattas.
She was a Logan beater when first launched to race against Kotiri and still beats a few Logan’s today. She can be raced easily with a small crew of 3 or 5, and cruised with only two.
Basic but comfortable inside as it was in the day, sleeps up to four.
She is in good condition and has a good pedigree with a well documented history.

LOA 49’
LOD 40’8”
LWL 28’6”
Beam 8’6”
Draft 5’10”

Ngatira is presently hauled out at Sandspit Yacht Club hardstand for viewing.

Sale price $180,000

Contact Stephen Horsley 09 423 8704 – 027 280 7497

4 thoughts on “Classic Yacht – Ngatira 4- Sale

  1. Nevvah!
    My lornch is 11m LOA and 12.1 Sparred; i.e. including anchor and stern platforms

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  2. Agreed but LOA is a handy term interchangeable between yotts and lornches for marina specc’ing

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  3. I wish!!!!
    But …… her LOA is 40’8″, and her Sparred Length is 49″. LOD is Length On Deck, and measured from the aft side of the stem to the forward side of the taffrail.
    Calling the Sparred Length LOA is a broker’s trick.

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