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Nada, built by William Fife III in 1930, is without question one of the finest classic Fife sailing machines you can purchase. As quoted by Uffa Fox in 1932 “They will go to windward in heavy weather, for NADA in October 1932, left traders weatherbound in Dover and sailed the whole way to Newhaven to windward in 12 hours, passing three-masted schooners who were anchored under Dungeness, sheltering from the strong westerly wind”.
Nada has had an eclectic life, traveling the world and spending 20 years abounded in the Antiguan sun, she was saved and comprehensively rebuilt by Woodstook Boatbuilding Co in 2003.
In her current ownership Nada has wanted for absolutely nothing, being constantly updated with a rudder and keel design by Ian Howlett, with more sails in her inventory than you would ever need!
Sat on her own lorry with Nada livery, with a full transport cover and two rigs, Nada is an incredible opportunity to own a beautiful William Fife 6 Metre.
|Vessel type:||6 Metre|
|Designer:||William Fife III|
|Length over all:||37'|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.