Coresande - 1946 - SOLD

A much loved family 40ft cutter designed by Alfred Mylne around 1939 and built in Cardiff. Has an extensive european cruising history.

  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Coresande - 1946
  • Mylne Yacht Design 396
  • Mylne Yacht Design 396
  • Mylne Yacht Design 396

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Name CORESANDE
Design No 396
Builder Cardiff Boat Building and Slipway Co
Year 1946
Length Overall 41.5 ft / 12.7 m
Length on Deck 40 ft / 12.2 m
Length Waterline 35.3 ft / 10.8 m
Beam 10 ft / 3.1 m
Draft 6.5 ft / 2.0 m
Construction Larch on Oak
Engine Yanmar G.M.FW 30
Home Port Cardiff Bay
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'Coresande'.  is a 40ft cutter designed by Alfred Mylne around 1939. Built by Cardiff Boat Building and Slipway Co (Sid Wright) and launched in 1946

Constructed larch on oak with Sitka spruce spars

Displacement 10 tons

The vessel has cruised extensively - and is fitted with a Yanmar G.M.FW 30 engine which is in good working order.  'Coresande' is currently still being sailed by the family. She holds a current survey dated 2011. There is also a full wardrobe of working sails - main, genoa, jibs and a life raft. 

Based CYC at Cardiff Bay, South Wales

Owned by the late Tony Burris and his wife Mavis Burris (who currently owns the vessel) who have cruised her extensively in the Bristol Channel and to Northern Spain, Southern Ireland and the Channel isles since 1979.

Main cabin has two pilot berths and the facility to convert the seats to double berth.  There are two berths in the bows.  The toilet is situated in the bows too.  There is a small galley in the main cabin. The engine box is as you climb down into the cabin with the chart table situated on  the starboard hand side.  Below decks is very much as she was originally  designed. The cabin was altered to make standing headroom prior to the current ownership.

2011  survey report available

Price:  £10,000.00 or ONO 

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