|Estado del barco||Usado|
|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Whitehaven, Cumbria, Reino Unido (Whitehaven Marina)|
|Estado de Impuestos||Impuestos pagados|
|Eslora total||10.74 m|
|Eslora en la línea de flotación||8.15 m|
|Calado máximo||1.52 m|
|Calado mín.||1.65 m|
|Tipo de quilla||Aleta|
|Desplazamiento (Carga Seca)||15680 libras|
|Superficie vélica||537 ft²|
|Superficie de Vela de proa||303 ft²|
|Vela Mayor||234 ft²|
|Distancia máxima del puente||14.43 m|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
|Modelo del Motor||OM636|
|Tipo de transmisión||Transmisión directa|
|Localización del motor||enums.engine-location.center|
|Tipo de Propulsor||3 Cuchilla|
|Materiale de propulsor||Bronce|
|Tanques combustible||1 x 33.5 gal (ES)|
|Tanques agua dulce||1 x 61 gal (ES)|
“Jehu” is a Mk IV version of this classic design and as such she does not have the taller rig of the later vessels of this class. Whilst the taller rig was popular in the United States the rig of Jehu was far better suited to the weather patterns prevalent around the United Kingdom. Jehu is a very capable yacht and quite possibly one of the finest cruising yachts designed, she is certainly one of the prettiest, and similar vessels can be found all over the globe. Until two years ago Jehu was exceptionally well maintained overall, and the engine in particular, however, during these last two years she has been neglected and work will need to be undertaken to bring the joinery and soft furnishings back to an acceptable standard, this has been reflected in the asking price. Photographs showing her internal condition in May 2020 have been included. This vessel has only had two owners since new and is a delight to sail.
“Jehu” is extremely well constructed to a conventional glass fibre system having two prime mouldings bonded together to form the house, deck and hull structure. The lay is thick and, with the addition of internal transverse units and modules, forms an extremely strong and semi-rigid unit. By modern standards this vessel would be considered to be vastly over-engineered. The hull is laid up with solid fibreglass laminates, the deck is of sandwich construction with end grain balsa as the probable core.
Auxiliary power is provided by a Mercedes Benz OM636 four cylinder inboard diesel engine developing 42 shaft horsepower via a hydraulic drive and 18" phosphor bronze propeller. Access to the engine internally from under the companionway steps is reasonable, bearing in mind that with the hydraulic drive the engine is installed back to front with the stern gland accessed from beneath the aft saloon sole boards.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.