1976, MK II Corribee 21 with Marina 4hp outboard, mainsail, furling genoa and Gennaker, great little sailing boat, wonderful performance, safe and seagoing design.
Built in 1976. GRP construction with twin keels, dark green topsides and grey superstructure, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, transom mounted outboard, Bermudan sloop rig and 4 berth internal layout with sitting headroom.
Robert Tucker design. Hull number 76121
LOA 20' 8" (6.3m)
Beam 6' 10 (2.1m)
LWL 16’5 (5m)
Draft 2' 3" (0.6m)
Displacement 2000 lbs
Mainsail with blue mainsail cover. Genoa roller reefing system with furling No 1 Genoa. Hand made Gennaker with gear. All lines led aft to cockpit. Alloy mast and boom and stainless steel standing rigging.
Mariner 4HP 2 stroke outboard motor mounted on transom bracket. Maximum speed under engine is around 4 knots. She has one 12 volt battery.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, spraydodgers, cockpit cushions, cockpit cover, tiller, sheet winches and halyard winches, outboard bracket, CQR anchor with chain and warp, mooring warps and fenders.
Compass, Clipper echo sounder (need checking),windvane at masthead, Autopilot (not tested), navigation lights.
Lifelines, lifebuoy, manual fire extinguisher, manual bilge pump.
Her galley has a gas cooker with 2 burners, various storage, she has a chemical toilet.
There are 4 berths including 2 “V” berths in the forepeak and 2 single quarter berths.
Purchased by her current owner from a fellow Marconi Sailing Club member in 1992, "Gemma" has been sailed on the River Blackwater and surrounding creeks, All external wood is treated with Sikkens No 7, the hull has been painted in Sealink Green, a new Gennaker was made for the boat in 2015.