CONSTRUCTION: Traditional plank on frame wood construction. Honduras mahogany on white oak backbone, frames and stem. Varnished mahogany trim, canvas covered plywood decking. 5’ 8” headroom, 6’ 3” cabin berths. Lead ballast. Hull refastened 1976, some ribs forward and aft have been sistered as needed.
Varnished mahogany cabin house with bronze ports (6) Port and starboard. Varnished mahogany grab rails port and starboard cabin top. Varnished mahogany hatch and slider, varnished mahogany coaming. Tiller steering
Accomodations:Port and starboard settees/berths. Forward amidships is a galley/chart table/counter. Stainless steel sink with manual pump. V-Berth forward with privacy curtain and Jabsco marine head below.
DECKS, COCKPIT AND HARDWARE:
Original varnished blocks
Manual anchor windlass with hawser on foredeck
Single life lines
SPARS AND RIGGING:
Hollow varnished spruce spar
Stainless steel rigging
Winches port and starboard on bronze mounts
Main and Jib (2013)
Sail cover (white)
15 gal stainless steel fuel tank
20 gal stainless steel water tank
Varnished spruce boat hook
Varnished spruce spinnaker pole
COMMENTS: In 1956 Bob Derecktor approached Sparkman and Stephens to design a more modern smaller boat under 30’. The Gulfstream 30 was promoted as the smallest practical four berth auxiliary with room enough for the whole family or a four man racing crew.
Plover has been lightly used as a daysailer by her current owner.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.