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Arthur Robb 45

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Year of construction 1959
Material Wood
Length 45.11 feet
Width 10.8 feet

Nannie diesel, 37 hp. Classic contest yacht, winner Admirals cup 1959

Basic data of the Arthur Robb 45

  • Seller:Breitner Yacht Brokers
  • Brand:onbekend
  • Model:45
  • Ship's name:Ramrod
  • Motorization:Nannie diesel, 37 hp
  • Category:Sailing Yacht
  • Additional category:Classic yacht
  • Year of construction:1959
  • Last refit:2014
  • Material:Wood
  • Experience: A day of boating fun, Family holidays, Do-it-yourself, renovation, Suitable for part ownership, Sailing races
  • Length:45.11 feet
  • Width:10.83 feet
  • Draught:8 feet
  • Variable draught:No
  • Vertical clearance:1800 cm
  • Headroom inside:185 cm
  • Berths:6 fixed, 1 additional
  • Country: Belgium
  • To view in sales harbour/showroom: No , (elsewhere)
  • Price:£ 65.507 VAT Exempt (€ 75.000 VAT Exempt)
  • Account Manager: Sander Bekkers

Documents

General

  • Remarks:

    The Ramrod was built in 1959 by Port Hamble in Hamble-le-Rice (United Kingdom) for Selwyn Slater and R. McLoughlin. The yacht was drawn by Arthur C. Robb (1908-1969), who had already drawn the cutter Uomie for Selwyn in 1954. The Uomie distinguished itself by its good handling and took part in the three largest ocean sailing competitions of that period: Fastnet, Bermuda and Sydney-Hobart. As a further development of the Uomie, the racing yacht Ramrod also had excellent sailing qualities. In 1959 the yacht won the second edition of the Admirals Cup, together with the two other British boats Myth of Malham and Griffin II.

    The Ramrod is built in Makoré (a durable tropical hardwood of the Sapotaceae family) on oak trusses. The hull shape is a traditional long keel with a lead keel. The rudder is attached to the keel.

    Ship in exceptional condition, s-frame. Double-hulled construction, riveted. Boat is almost dry. New aluminium mast. Cutter rigged, extensive sail wardrobe, sailomat windvane steering system.

    This special classic race ship is now for sale. The hull and deck have been fully restored by the current owner and are therefore in excellent condition. With careful treatment this ship can last for decades. There is a separate steering cockpit in the back and a cockpit for the crew further forward. Below deck are first two dog cages and two benches, then the chart table to starboard and the galley to port. Further forward are two longitudinal benches with a table in the middle, then the toilet and in the front a double cage in a V.

    New Nanni diesel, 37 hp.

    Comment broker: Superbly designed classic wooden competition yacht, sailing heritage.








     

     

    Ramrod was build in 1959 by Port Hamble marine in Hamble-le-Rice (United Kingdom) for Selwyn Slater and R. McLoughlin. The yacht has been designed by the late Arthur C. Robb (1908-1969), who designed in 1954 the cutter Uomie for Selwyn. The Uomie was a good ship, and was part of the three of the most famous ocean races of that period: the Fastnet race, the Bermuda race and the Sydney Hobart. The Ramrod racer has as a further development of the Uomie also excellent sailing capabilities. 1959 this yacht won the second edition of the Admirals Cup, together with two other English boats, the Myth of Malham and the Griffin II.

    The Ramrod is build of Makoré (an African hardwood) on oak stringers. The ship has a traditional S-bilge with lead throat ballast with rudder attached.

    This unique classic racer is now for sale. The hull and deck have been completely restored and are in excellent condition. There is a separate steering cockpit at the back and another for the crew. Under deck there is room for 8 in the sitting area, there is a galley, a Chart table and a head compartment.

    New Nanni diesel, 37 Hp.

    Broker's Comments: Beautifully designed classic wooden racer. Unique and historic yacht.


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  • Designer: Arthur Robb
  • Shipyard: Port Hamble
  • Hull shape: S-shaped
  • Hull colour: White
  • Deck colour: Grey
  • Deck construction: Wood
  • Cockpit: Aft cockpit
  • Open cockpit:
  • Vertical clearance: 18 m
  • Draught: 230 cm
  • Maximum draught: 230 cm
  • Displacement: 15 tonnes
  • Ballast: 5 tonnes
  • Steering system: Wheel
  • Position steering system: Outside
  • Rudder: Single
  • Keel/Lee board: Full keel

Accommodation

  • Headroom: 185 cm
  • Cabins: 1
  • Berths: fixed: 6 Extra: 1
  • Mattresses:
  • Toilets: 1
  • Oven:

Engine, electrics

  • Number of identical engines: 1
  • Type: Inboard
  • Brand: Nanni
  • Year: 2004
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power: 37 hp
  • Engine hours: 400
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Shaft
  • Propulsion: Propellor
  • Cooling system: Indirect
  • Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 120 Litre
  • Tachometer:
  • Oil pressure gauge:
  • Battery:
  • Battery charger:
  • Voltage: 12V

Navigation and electronics

  • Log/speed:
  • Depth gauge:
  • Navigation lights:
  • Autopilot:
  • GPS:
  • VHF:

Rig and sails

  • Sailplan type: Cutter
  • Number of masts: 1
  • Spars material: Aluminium
  • Main sail:
  • Try sail:
  • Genoa:
  • Jib:
  • Storm jib:
  • Manual winches:

Deck Equipment

  • Anchor connection: Chain
  • Anchor windlass: Manual
  • Sprayhood:
  • Outdoor cushions:
  • Boat cover:
  • Sea rails:
  • Dinghy:
  • Outboard engine:
  • Fenders, lines:

Safety

  • Bilge pump: Electric
  • Self-draining cockpit:

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