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Anno costruzione: 1951
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Progettista: LAURENT GILES
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Brokers Comments As with Jack Laurent Giles’s Vertue design, ISMANA displays that purposeful charm blending category with function as only he knew how – a category that has the onlooker captivated; more subtle than the very long overhangs that seduce so easily and far more seaworthy as a result. He was a clever man was Laurent Giles. ISMANA’s current titleholder has fully restored her with the help of Hubert Stagnol and he seems to have known exactly what he wanted to achieve. Her structure is impressive enough but it’s in the simple detailing and new fittings on deck and below that make this ship very detail.ISMANA has spent the past three seasons abeach and is now in need of a refit. Bring sensible deals - you might be surprised.

History Originally created in 1948 as a sloop and intended to be assembled in India, the design was then changed and she was assembled as a yawl by Sabberton Brothers in Wroxham (Norfolk) for the Sabbertons themselves and launched in 1951 under the name “MONOLEEN”. Bought 2 years later by J R Bryans; he increased the breeze by 8 inches and raced her successfully in RORC events during the 50s and 60s as “CHEEMAUN”. In the70s she sailed a lot in both British and French waters - in the hands of David Morrell for 4 years as “SOGNANTE” and finally as “ISMANA” with John Blair – writer of “Yachtmaster Offbeach”. In 1989, the ship was bought by Dr Brocard a Frenchman, who refitted and sailed her to Greek waters where she stayed until 2003 before making her way rear to Brittany, then to be bought by her present titleholder who undertook a major refit at the Hubert Stagnol shipyard in Bénodet. Back in the water from 2009, she has since taken part in classic events such as “La Belle Plaisance” 2010 and 2011, the “Brest Classic Week” and “La semaine du Golfe”. Twice, she has won the “Prix de la Restauration” at the Benodet and Brest events. ISMANA has been classified as a “Bateau d’Intérêt Patrimonial”.

Construction - Carvel assembled of larch planking over sawn and steam bent oak frames- Steel and oak floors- All bronze fastenings or copper rivets through frames, knees, timbers and other framework- Original bronze structural fittings- Lead ballast (12,100 lbs) in a long classic keel - All but one structural bulk amount in sea dock plywood are new- Cabin soles are sea dock ply, iroko and teak

Accommodation and Domestic Equipment Every part of the internal has been meticulously restored and replaced as appropriate with great attention to the detail of the manufacturing and the spirit of the Laurent Giles design. Overall capacity for 7 is arranged as 1 single and 1 double wharf in the pub, 2 wharfs in the titleholders room forward and 2 captain wharfs, one each side of the captain room. Bridge deck access is by doorway, hatch and companionway steps down into the doghouse.- Chart counter and chairing to wharf - Electrical and direction instruments forward- Quarter wharfs under side decks each side- 2 x 3 deep chests of drawers each side facing aft- Large lifting room sole access to the engine- Steps down to the pub room- Port side L shaped galley- Gimballed Calor petrol cooker and oven- Stowage below and outboard above work surface- To starboard, another large work surface- Cupboards below and outboard above Forward to pub - Original iroko varnished joinery with lockers, storages, at each corner- Cupboards and drawers- Single settee wharf to wharf,- Shelf and cupboards along the wharf settee- Double settee wharf to starboard- Large shelf against the forward bulkfront- Mahogany double drop leaf pub counter under skybeam Iroko sliding door to front compartment- Original porcelain hand tank to wharf- Baby Blake hand-operated WC to starboard- Easy pair cupb