• William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR
  • William Fife & Son 8mR

Gebrauchtboot, Daysailer, Kielboot, Klassische Segelyacht

William Fife & Son 8mR

W. Fife Classic, beautiful and fast Gentleman's Yacht

  • EUR 180.000,-
  • 1924Baujahr
  • guter ZustandZustand
  • William Fife & SonHersteller
  • 8mRModell
  • 13,60 m x 2,65 mLänge x Breite
  • 1,85 mTiefgang
  • HolzMaterial
  • PinnensteuerungSteuerung
  • LangkielKieltyp
  • 1 KabineAnz. Kabinen
  • 4 KojenAnz. Kojen
  • Wellenantrieb D-DriveAntrieb
  • Nanni 3.21Motor
  • 1 x 21 PS / 15 kWMotorleistung
  • DieselTreibstoff


Baden-Württemberg » Bodensee


EMILY was designed by William Fife III and built for Sir Ernest Roney at William Fife's yard in 1924 as an International 8 Metre racing yacht (Int8mR) to the second international rule - with the French Olympics uppermost in her owner’s mind. British Eight Metre champion in 1924 and, beating BLUE RED - Charles Nicholson in the selection trials, EMILY took the Silver medal for Great Britain at the Olympics in Le Havre.

Fast forward - from a state of considerable decline EMILY was totally and traditionally rebuilt during 1998/99 to original plans by David Vieira's yard near Lisbon, sporting a long boom but small foresail rig, rare flush deck and is once again a pure classic racer. Sea trialling during her reappearance at the Europeans in 1999, EMILY was winner of the Concours d'Elegance with other eights such as ARIA, BAMBA and CARRON II sailing in the Coupe Cartier. She is maintained by Josef Martin, of the Radolfzell Boatyard by Lake Constance / Bodensee

- Carvel 22 mm Tola planking copper riveted to steam bent oak ribs
- Silicon bronze fastened to laminated mahogany frames
- Glued with Aerodux; the only glue used in the rebuild
- Teak stem
- Mahogany keel and sternpost
- Oregon pine beam shelf and clamp
- Spruce bilge stringer - Some wrought iron, some stainless steel floors, black-rubbed and painted
- Lead ballast keel on 316 stainless steel bolts
- Bronze lifting eyes
- American oak rudder stock of with stainless steel rod core
- Mahogany tapered rudder - 12 mm teak deck planking over 10 mm marine plywood sub deck
- Oregon pine, ash and white oak deck beams and carlings
- Varnished mahogany king and sheer plank with teak foot rails
- Mahogany companionway, cockpit and hatches with teak decking over

Rig, Spars and Sails
- Marconi 3/4 sloop
- Round, tapered hollow Oregon pine double spreader and diamond mast
- Hollow Oregon pine boom
- Oregon pine spinnaker pole
- Stainless steel standing rigging with served Kevlar preventers and runners
- All halyards led below deck
- Main, Genoa I, Genoa II, jib all North Sails

Deck Equipment
- All hardware original, custom made to original design or other original fittings from same era
- All wooden blocks custom made by Dragonfly on bronze bodies
- Bronze Absolute wide body winches
- Self draining cockpit

- Almost new Nanni 21 HP diesel; removable for Regattas
- 2 x Batteries
- Navigation lights
- Cabin electric lights

- All planking was renewed 1996-1997
- Self Draining Cockpit
- Cabin woodwork


  • Landanschluss
  • Batterie
  • Batterieladegerät
  • Feuerlöscher
  • Anker
  • Bilgepumpe
  • Navigationsbeleuchtung
  • Kompass
  • Tiefenmesser
  • Geschwindigkeitsmesser
  • Kühlschrank
  • Ganzpersenning
  • Plichtpersenning
  • Badeleiter
  • Teak Deck
  • Teak Cockpit
  • Unterwasseranstrich


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