KIWI

1914 - 18.3 m - WHITE BROTHERS - SOUTHAMPTON - Price on application

Overview


Born from the drawing board of Herbert White and built by the Brothers Shipyard in Southampton (Great Britain), despite her name - in recognition of her Kauri pine construction from New Zealand - KIWI was launched as an English gentleman’s yacht with an incomparable, but a manageable size.

Her previous owner spent over 20 years restoring and equipping her to a high standard.

KIWI presents a rare opportunity to own a beautifully vintage historic yacht authentic yet very practical and unmistakably aesthetic.

KIWI presents a rare opportunity to own a beautifully vintage historic yacht authentic yet very practical and unmistakably aesthetic.

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Specifications


Builder
WHITE BROTHERS - SOUTHAMPTON

Model
MOTOR GENTLEMAN'S YACHT

Built year
1914

Length
18.3 m - 60.04 ft

Beam
3.66 m

Draft
1.52 m

Engine
115 HP GARDNER 6 LX

Hull material
wood

Category
Sailing Cruiser

Naval architect
HERBERT WHITE

Cabins
2

Cabins description
Master cabin with double bed aft, 2 x upper and lower beds cabin up front

Cruising guests
8

Price
Price on application

Main features


Roofs in teak (50 mm)
Plywood Epoxy + Teak deck
2 wooden masts
3 sails from 2016 - cream colour
Engine room in the centre of the yacht with a work shop, the main engine, the central heating, etc. Access from inside and from the deck.


KIWI has been constantly refitted and maintained at a high level of quality.

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