Tyler Tufglass 33 – Hull No P36
Built by Tyler Yachts for Mr and Mrs Mike Brocklebank in the 1970’s. Designed by E G Van de Stadt, a World renowned Yacht Designer.
The boat was supplied as a Hull and bonded Deck Moulding with some additional framing and bulkheads before being transported to Mike Brocklebank’s home address and set up on a cradle in his garden where he commenced the further fitting out of the hull. Initially this was on a part time basis as Mike had a teaching role and could only work on the boat at weekends.
Sadly Mike became ill and was only able to continue at a slow pace and eventually he was unable to carry out any work and he reluctantly decided to put the boat up for sale and having known Mike for some time I offered to help sell the boat. Mike passed away several years ago and unfortunately was unable to fulfil his Dream.
The boat comes with a very extensive amount of new equipment as follows:–
Builders Certificate, all supplied drawings for completion, fitted 12hp Hydra Marin engine with all stern gear, rudder fitted, pulpit, pushpit, stanchions, T track, fairleads, cleats, blocks, Barton and Gibb winches, bilge pumps, deck vents, shackles and rigging screws, Bowman alloy mast and boom with fitting kit. Jeckells ‘tan’ Mainsail and No 1 jib with sheets, Lucas light Genoa in blue with sheets and blue storm jib by Arun.
CQR and Danforth anchors, 90 Mtrs of 10mm galvanised chain, selection of pre-stretched terylene and standard terylene rope and 115Mtrs ofnylon rope. Also included is an assortment of electronic equipment.
All the equipment is new and unused and in the packaging that it was delivered in.
Offered for sale at £7,500.00 which is inclusive of a contribution to cranage off site.
Early stages of the Boat in Mike’s garden.
The hull has faded somewhat since the photographs were taken but a small section of the hull was burnished indicating that it may be possible to recover the hull and deck.
The boat is situated in the Furness peninsula between Dalton-in-Furness and Askam-in-Furness – Cumbria
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