17,950 Tax Exempt | Location: Portscatho, Cornwall


  • Make WOODEN
  • Year 1939
  • LOA 26ft/8m
  • Class Semi-Displacement
  • Hull Wood
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Non-Flybridge
  • Berths 2
  • Ancasta Ref 33394
  • Name Carema


Pleasure launch wooden motor boat built by Percy Mitchell of Porthmellon in 1939.
This boat has been carefully maintained with help from a wooden boat builder and was surveyed in 2006 before being purchased by the current owner.

For further details please contact Ancasta Mylor


Wooden motor boat build by Percy Mitchell of Porthmellon in 1939
The boat was yard number 102 and built for a gentleman in Helford.
Wooden Hull - Larch on Oak

LOA 26'
BEAM 8'6"
DRAFT 2'6"

Enclosed wheelhouse fitted 2008
Percuil Boatyard scraped the paint and varnish on the hull back to the wood then repainted and varnished. Also internal part of cockpit and wheelhouse sanded back and repainted
5 patches of soft planking replaced on port side in Spring 2018, followed by complete new foredeck and beams. Foredeck properly overlapped at the gunwales with fibreglass and resin, then fittings replaced
Survey from June/July 2006


2 Narrow berths if fitted with cushions
1 Blake toilet, sea to sea


Yanmar 3JH4 (40HP) Diesel engine - New 2008
Prop-shaft and propeller - New 2008
Engine Hours - Less than 100 (August 2018)
Engine serviced at Percuil Boatyard

Yanmar instruction manual + spare engine key
Yanmar engine rev counter with LED engine hours (currently not working - common fault with Yanmar and Volvo engines)
Electrical switch panel - Nav lights connected
Rule float switch in bilge pump

Vetus 50L fuel tank
1 engine seawater seacock in wheelhouse under flooring
2 x 110amp/hr batteries


Pair of wooden legs
Anchor +50m approx of chain and nylon multiplatt rope
3 warps for mooring
4 fenders
2 long handled scrubbing brushes
1 bucket and lanyard
1 Whale pump and handle
Various seagull scarers

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