|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Plymouth Devon UK|
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Sibyl of Cumae, designed and built in 1902 by William Fife of Fairlie, Scotland, is very special yacht. Listed on the National Historic Ships UK register (no 674) she has seen over 119 years of history and is presented in wonderful condition.
She was the subject of a very extensive rebuild in the mid 80s and has been well maintained since with regular varnish, paint work being undertaken. In her current ownership she has been extensively cruised and taken part in a handful of classic regattas within Europe.
Sibyl comes with a full inventory of sails and equipment which will allow the new owner to go sailing straight away. She is currently undergoing winter works of varnish and topside painting in her own purpose build shed and sitting on her cradle.
You won’t be disappointed when viewing Sibyl, with her classic and very striking lines which could only come from the drawing board of Fife.
More pictures to follow.
|Vessel name:||Sibyl of Cumae|
|Designer:||William Fife III|
|Builder:||Fife of Fairlie|
|Length over all:||51' 57"|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.