FOR SALE – GBR 32 – ABU

ABU for sale – one of the few ready-to-race and in race trim classic 6 metres on the market

– ABU designed by Johan Anker for himself and built by Anker & Jensen in Norway

– Winner of the 6 metre Gold Cup in 1931 (helmed by J. Anker) and 1932 (helmed by M. Konow)

– listed as one of the legendary yachts designed by Johann Anker

– 2009: full restoration completed by Aldeburgh Boatyard (now Demon Boatyard) under previous owner and Six Metre President Tim Street

– Professionally maintained and campaigned since 2011 under the new owner. Maintenance work undertaken by experienced Six Metre boatyards

– original planks

– new underwater built-up in 2018

– copy of original measurement certificate available

– current and valid measurement certificate in place. ABU floats to its original marks

– new Aluminium mast and boom designed by Ian Howlett and produced by Allspars

– new carbon spinnaker pole, one aluminium spare pole

– Set of racing sails with design input from Ian Howlett

– Custom-built cradle for transport and harbour, fits into a 40ft container

– Raymarine (former TacTic) electronics (wind speed, boat speed, water depth, compass, race master and additional display)

– Four new Harken (genoa and spinnaker) and Pontos winches (4 gear for mainsail) and two runner winches

– Race-ready ropes. Trim lines ergonomically located and optimised to fit with crew manoeuvre work on the boat

– Mooring lines

– Fenders

– Removable outboard engine bracket

€58.000 VAT paid ONO

Please contact Charles Darbyshire (ABU@fourthcape.com), mobile: +44 (0) 7768 982233 for more detailed information.

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