Herd and McKenzie 56′ Motor Cruiser Information
|Location||TAS||Make||Herd and McKenzie|
|Length||56ft | 17m||Propulsion||Power|
|Make||Herd and McKenzie|
|Length||56ft | 17m|
Built in Scotland by Herd and McKenzie, Skomer made the voyage to Australia in the late 1980’s and has been owned and loved by her current owners for almost twenty years. Built in the styling of the classic North Sea fishing trawlers, this carvel planked motor cruiser has been extensively restored and upgraded whilst ensuring that she retained her original features and charm.
56′ x 16’4″ x 6′ | Oak frames and Iroko and Stingy Bark planking | Beech laid decks | Gardner 6L3B engine | 8 knot cruise at 900rpm | 4,500 litre fuel capacity | 1,200 litre water capacity | Diecon 8kva generator | Solar panels | VHF and HR Radios | Depth sounders | GPS/Plotter | Auto Pilot | Radar | Muir anchor winch | Air conditioning | Gas 2 burner cook top | Gas oven | Microwave | Eutectic fridge and freezer | Bar fridge | Desalinator | Stainless steel davit | RIB and Outboard | Four cabin layout | Two double berths | Five single berths |
Skomer is currently in Tasmania and is available for inspection by appointment. Please contact Garth Fielding (0408 775 337) or Andrew Fielding (0438 771 439) for further information