The West Solent One Design is a thoroughbred amongst classic racing yachts. Vivacious is one of the 30 built in the UK through the 1920's. She has had a complete restoration by Speed Marine and her owner during 2010 and was re-launched in 2011. The refit included a new rig, hull renovation and modernising her deck layout for two handed cruising as well as classic regatta racing. Her owner has a complete diary of her restoration available. A recent insurance survey gave her a clean bill of health. An excellent and painless way of entering the classic regatta circuit! She must be viewed.
Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk Office - 01473 659681
The interior has been converted to have three bunks (vinyl upholstery), one forward and two settee berths. To starboard of the mast is a small heads compartment with a marine toilet. Opposite this is space for the all important drinks locker! The saloon has the two settee berths with lee cloths. Aft and to starboard is the chart table with 12V switch panel and chart storage. Opposite this is the galley with a simple gas cooker. 10 gallon fresh water capacity with a foot pump.
New mast in 2013 by Speed Marine. New standing and running rigging 2013. Sailspar head sail furling system, 2013. Spinnaker pole with deck stowage. Four bronze winches - Barient and Lewmar, self tailing. The running rigging is partly led aft to the cockpit and comprise a flattener, three reefs, three halyards and topping lift.
3.5hp Tohatsu outboard motor. This locates on a removable side deck bracket and can be operated by the helmsman from the cockpit. The engine is suitable for entering marinas and picking up buoys.
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