|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Faversham Kent UK|
Emma F22 was originally built by the Bundock Brothers of Leigh-on-sea in 1845 for a Faversham fishing family.
Emma was originally built in clinker and at the turn of the century she was over planked in carvel. She fished around Faversham until the early 1990's.
In 2008/09 she was completely re-built by the Testers of Hollowshore Faversham Kent
|Vessel type:||Faversham Bawley|
|Fit Out:||she has a foredeck back to the mast,an open cockpit with a small cabin on the forward end|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||25'|
|Length at waterline:||24'|
|Hull type:||Long Keel|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||25 Gallons|
room for two sleeping under the foredeck and a small cabin on the forward end of the open cockpit with room for storage and a cooker. there is a full all over boom tent for additional accommodation.
Hull re-planked in Iroko on grown oak frames with a center line of Opepe.
Decks of 3/4" marine plywood epoxy sheathed.
hummingbird fishfinder/depth sounder/gps and handheld VHF
Hummingbird fishfinder/depth sounder/GPS
The engine was new at time of the re-build and has been regularly serviced at the beginning of each season.
All items were new at time of re-build in 2008/09. Main pole mast, boom, gaff and bowsprit all made of douglas fir.
Mainsail and staysail of natural clipper canvas. Working jib, no1 jib, tow foresail and storm jib cream polyester. Balloon jib cream nylon and a second hand red/white spinnaker. All rigging is heavy duty galvanised wire and the running rigging is mainly multiplatt.
life belt and a spare anchor
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.