650,000 NZ
William Garden Design Long Range Cruiser Lady Fair
Wellington, 5045, New Zealand


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Listing ID 8380 Length 67 Feet
Condition Used Type Power
Make William Garden Year 1959
Model Design Long Range Cruiser - Lady Fair Number of hulls 1
Hull Type Other
All trades considered

Beautiful live aboard world cruiser

Designer William Garden (full set of drawings held)

Builder Fellows and Stewart, Wilmington, California

Year 1959 - 1960

Principal Dimensions
Length Overall: 67, Beam: 17, Draft: 66"

Material Hull 2.5 inch Douglas Fir Planks over Blonded Oak frames.

Fuel Capacity Approx 14000 L

Cruising Speed 7 - 9.5 knots. Approx 30L per hour

Caterpillar Marine 342DL

Twin Disc 3 -1,transmission 53" Five Bladed Propeller.

Genset Kohler 17.5 KVA Diesel. 163 hours

Icom ICM - 700 - SSB
Furuno 48 mile radar
Furuno weather fax model 108
Raytheon V800 colour sounder
Raytheon Ray 53 D.S.C VHF
Raytheon RG620 plus Chart Plotter
Plastimo magnetic compass
NAVICO - Wind - Speed - Depth
Victron energy converter charger

Domestic Equipment
Cooker 2x Hobbs electric
Microwave and convection oven
Fridge F&P C190
Freezer F&P N150
Fridge/Freezer F&P N1L69T
Dishwasher F&P Dishdrawer

Aft Masters Cabin: With king size island berth, full ensuite with shower, vanity, electric toilet.
Midship Stateroom: 2x beds, vanity, wardrobe
Forward Cabin: 2 berths, wardrobes, full size shower and head off forward companionway.
Saloon: Seating for 12 around Oak table, all leather seating.
Wheelhouse: 3x 360 rotating crew chairs, 1x4 seater all leather.

Over the last 5 years the vessel has undergone an extensive refit including refastening of hull using silicon bronze screws and new butt plates throughout this work was carried out at Careys Boat yard Picton, rewiring to NZ standards.

Designed by William Garden and built by Americas most famous wooden boat yard, Fellows and Stewart for Donald Douglas of Douglas Aircraft, later to become McDonald Douglas and then Boeing.She has been featured in the prestigious"Wooden Boat"magazine
Lady Fair was steamed from San Francisco to New Zealand by the previous owner and has since done another cruise to the Pacific Islands