La Vie S’arrange
£8,995 + Trailer £1,000
Built By: Danish Built
1977 GRP Danish Built Excellent Condition
3 sets of sails 2019, 2013 plus one older set
very recent new mast by Collars
Tack Tik instrument set Speed, depth, wind & wind direction
Full length cover plus boom & tiller covers all virtually as new
2016 Tohatsu 3.5HP four stroke lightly used
Keel removed, galvanised and new stainless steel bolts
new anchor & warp
2019 survey available to view
The boat was not used for over two years in the lock down period and kept in dry barn storage, hence the recent set of sails, outboard etc. have had little use.
Galvanised 4 wheel trailer available separately £1000
Available to view in dry storage in Cowes.
Built By: Folkebadcentralen, Denmark
Built By: LM glasfiber a/s – DK6640 Lundersko, Denmark
|Location||Poole Yacht Club|
Construction: Built by LM glasfiber a/s – DK6640 Lundersko, Denmark, hull #718 in 1990. Fractional rig sloop with long keel and self-draining cockpit. Sail #:654, white hull, grey deck, red striping, grey Seajet Shogun anti-foul.
Spars & Sails: John Mast mast, boom and standing rigging. Masthead Hawk Windex with VHS whip aerial, all round white anchor light. Kemp main, genoa and cross-wind sail, with pulpit turtle, and spinnaker (age unknown) with hatch launch bag. Double taper alloy spinnaker pole, and extendable whisker pole. Mainsail cover, genoa ‘grab-bag’.
Deck equipment: Factory fitted opening Houdini foredeck hatch, stem head anchor roller, 15 kg Delta anchor + 10m anchor chain/20m 12mm warp, Anderson #10 genoa sheet winches x2, cabin roof mounted Antel #9m winches x2, boat hook. Barton 4:1 mainsheet blocks, and spinnaker control blocks. Fenders x6, and mooring warps x2.
Safety equipment: Standard Horizon fixed waterproof DSC VHF radio with cockpit extension speaker, ICOM hand held VHS waterproof radio and charger. Nasa Clipper Duo log/depth sounder, Plastimo Mini Contest compass, deck navigation lights, SS stanchions and safety lines. Emergency Glowmex aft deck mounted aerial, Horseshoe lifebuoy with floating safety line. Fire extinguisher.
Navigational equipment: Garmin Echomap Plus. Weems & Plath Bluewater clock & barometer. Salter count down/count up race timer.
Standard integrated Origo spirit stove/navigation table. Full set of bunk cushions, Branq mobile toilet. Silva clinometer. Boom crutch/paddle.
Spray hood also available if required.
Remarks: Helga has enjoyed a comprehensive refurbishment since being purchased by the current owner. She is available for viewing in the Poole Yacht Club Haven.
Built By: Folkebadcentralen, Denmark
Ajax is in very good condition and ready to race *. She is very competitive, winning the Prince Consort race (Folkboat Fleet) twice and finishing 5th and 6th in Folkboat week in recent years. 2018 5th in Folkboat Week. 2019 1st Prince Consort Race (Folkboat Fleet). 2019 6th in Folkboat Week. 2020 Did not Race due to COVID. 2021 1st Prince Consort Race. (Folkboat Fleet)
Main sail: North Sails, new 2021 – also standby North Sails available
Jib: North Sails, new 2021 – also standby North Sails available
Spinnaker: North Sails, new 2019 – also standby available
Instruments: Depth (Through Hull), Log, Compass, Handheld GPS
Mast: Varnished wood – newly varnished 2021
Boom: Varnished wood
Spinnaker pole: Tapered aluminium
Whisker pole: Long wooden
Engine: Honda Outboard – 2.3HP air cooled long shaft
Road Trailer: Recent Refurb on brakes and brake cables
Built By: Folkebad Centralen (Denmark)
|Sail No||GBR F 733|
Built by Folkebad (Denmark) in 2004, the Nordic Folkboat is popular as both a racing yacht and cruising yacht, with a traditional classic look and sails like a dream.
Freedom is a proven race-winner in the Solent. She is constructed in GRP fibreglass, with a wooden mast and jib-pole, and aluminium spinnaker pole. After stripping all antifoul, refairing the keel, and repainting with epoxy, she has been dry-sailed this year.
Built By: Parhams, Emsworth
1965 folkboat built by Parham. Mahogany on Oak, the topsides splined planking varnished. Recently antifouled.
The boat was damaged in the last storm and requires restoration although the Hull is good.
Originally 3 Berth Layout, 3rd berth now provides storage.
New bilge pump and float switch. Good Battery.
Yanmar 1GM 10 Diesel currently under repair.
Currently I am working on the boat ashore but it is going back onto its pontoon berth in Yarmouth Harbour on 21st May.
Built By:Folkebad Centralen Denmark
|Sail No||GBR 736|
Bonnie is a well-known Lymington Nordic Folkboat with one owner from new.
She was the Southampton Boat Show exhibit in 2004.
The boat has been meticulously maintained by the owner and updated over the years to a full race specification. Antifoul has been stripped and reapplied every year to prevent build up, and she has been stored under a winter cover with a dehumidifier and heater installed. The mast and rig have been stored separately in a local barn each winter. This boat is in exceptional condition, and every attention has been made to ensure all sail controls function effortlessly.
She has had a long and successful racing record in both one-design and handicap racing culminating in a handicap win in the Royal Lymington Pottership Trophy in 2022.
Delphin of Itchenor
Reduced to £6,000
Built By: Medina Yacht Company, Cowes
Fully restored classic wooden Folkboat. Built in Cowes in 1962 by the Medina Yacht Company. Sail number FB202
Mahogany planks on oak. Sheathed marine ply decks. New*, unused 1GM10 10hp Inboard Diesel. 3 – 4 berths.
Lying by the Mersey at Fiddlers Ferry, Warrington
Fully rebuilt and commissioned sum 20 years ago, following a lengthy spell on the hard. (some 15 years). Full details available on request, supported by photographs. Including new keel bolts, new oak floors etc. entire new cockpit, coach roof etc…
I’ve just completed a major overhaul over the last 4 years (part time!) on the hard.
She is rot free and leak free and ready for a new adventure
Do not mistake this for one of the many aging wooden yachts out there that are down on their luck having been neglected and abandoned to their fate. This little Folkboat is fully restored. I’ve worked on her for 20 years. I know every inch of her. Inside and out. Structurally she is totally sound. Aesthetically superb.
The only area that lets her down are the sails. They are all past their best and would benefit from a new suit.
Built By:Kulturwaren, Berlin, E Germany
|Sail No||FB 338|
This boat is going to be scrapped
Built By:W.L.Bussell & Co, Weymouth
|Sail No||FB 38|