This 1968 Dixon Kerly Ltd, Queen Bee 28 is a classic, these classics were first built in 1955 as an auxiliary cruising yacht, designed by A.K Balfour and built in Maldon Essex by Dixon Kerly Ltd. Her lines are very similar to that of the East Anglian cruising yacht. Carvel planking on steamed timbers throughout.
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The Dixon Kerly Ltd Queen Bee 28 offers 4 berths in one cabin, forward vee berth, with two single berths in the main saloon, the heads and hanging locker are located between the forward cabin and saloon. Chart table to starboard aft, and galley to port aft, equipped with cooker and storage space.
Rigged as a masthead sloop, keel stepped wooden mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging, adjustable backstay, and spinnaker pole.
The Dixon Kerly Ltd Queen Bee 28 is fitted with a Bukh single cylinder diesel engine.
Full long keel, with transom hung rudder.
Owned by the current owner for the last 10 years who has cared for this lovely little yacht, he is having to sell due to health issues, last out of the water in 2014. Give us a call to view this lovely classic. A 2006 survey is available on request.
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