PRINCIPAL SPECIFICATIONS:

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L.O.D: Length on deck............................................................................................................................45’0” (13.70m)

L.O.A: Including bowsprit and dinghy overhang....................................................................................55’6” (16.40m)

L.W.L: Length at waterline......................................................................................................................37’0” (11.26m)

Beam: Width at widest point....................................................................................................................14’0” (4.26m)

Draft in burden: Fully loaded.....................................................................................................................6’6 (1.97m)

Displacement in burden: Weight fully loaded...................................................................23 U.S. tons.  20.5 UK tons

Mainmast height: Minimum bridge clearance...................................................................................... 58’0” (17.66m)

Ballast: Encapsulated lead.......................................................................................................6 U.S. tons, 12,000Lbs

Fuel: Two 140 US gallon tanks, approximately 1100 miles range.....,...280 U.S. gallons. 233 Imperial gals.1060 Litre

Water: 160 US gallons each side, plus 6 gallon water heater...............325 U.S.gallons. 261 Imperial gals. 1230 Litre

Sails: Jib, Fore Staysail, Main Staysail, Mainsail, Fore Course. Total sail area 1800 sq ft

Engine: Perkins 4-236, 85 Bhp. Borg Warner Velvet-drive gearbox. 2:1 reduction

Propeller:  20” x 18” bronze, three blade.    

Dinghy: Caribe RIB. 10’3” long x 5’6” beam, forward storage locker, anchor and chain, seat and storage bag.

Outboard motor: Tohatzu 6hb four stroke.

Generator: Kubota diesel 6.5kw 120 VAC plus 12 volt charging.

Ground tackle: 60Lbs CQR main bower, 30Lbs CQR secondary, 250 ft of 3/8” chain. Stern anchor and chain.
Windlass: Maxwell HCR 10 with wireless remote controls and deck switch

Accommodation: Queen bed in aft cabin, double in port cabin, double in fore-peak.

Bathrooms: Aft; washbasin, toilet, full size bath/hot tub and shower. Fwd; washbasin, toilet, shower.

Heads: Two electric with twin US Coast Guard approved waste treatment systems. fresh water or seawater flush.

Air conditioning: Two 16,000 btu ducted hot/cold air handlers.

Safety:  Eight man ocean liferaft. Extinguishers in all rooms, Flares, Lifejackets for eight.

Batteries:  Eight 240 amp hr 6 volt float cells in four banks of 12 volt. Also, Two 280 amp hr batteries dedicated for engine start and windlass.

Bilge pumps.  Two Flojet Quad II diaphragm electric pumps,five gallons per minute.  One Gator hand pump operated from the cockpit. Also an engine driven pump.

Articles by Roger appear regularly in these boating magazines, about improvements to Britannia and other nautical matters

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