This Harrison Butler-designed Z4 Tonner was built by Alfred Lockhart of Brentford in 1939.
Production series number 26 (of 52?). Built of larch on oak, Mary Gray has a cast iron keel and fractional bermudan rig.
LOA: 21ft 9in (6.7m)
LWL: 19ft 9 (5.8m)
Beam: 7ft 2in (2.2m)
Draught: 4ft (1.2m)
Displacement about 3 tonnes
Thames Measurement about 4 tons
Sails – genoa (furling) and main (2 reefs)
Masthead Tricolour Light; Wind indicator / VHF Aerial; Icom VHF; Nasa Depth gauge / log
Anchors (2) – 1 plough anchor with 8mm chain (fwd), 1 small plough anchor
Engine – 1 GM10 Yanmar; Propeller – offset (port-side), folding; Fuel Tank – about 25 litres
Heads – 1 Baby Blake. Spirit stove – 1 x 2 burner
Oil Lamps – 2 bulkhead mounted, gimballed. Pulpit – 1 - chromed
Last Surveyed – 25 July 2008 (Report available on request, all recommendations taken care of during the 2008/2009 refit)
Mary Gray has been regularly maintained by Gates & Co during the winter seasons.
2008-2009: Major works included, but not limited to:
New replacement timber floors in place of the iron straps and removed dissimilar metals.
Built and fitted new rudder (oak) all metal straps galvanised.
Installed new fuel tank. Galvanised bumkin.
2004: Other significant works carried out by previous owners Further information available on request)
Warps - 4
Fenders - 4
Engine spares - some
Coastal Flare Pack – 1 pack
Fire extinguisher – 1 DP
Spare Genoa sheets – 1 set
Anchor “ball” – 1
Ensign + staff - 1
All dimensions “about”, all information given in good faith, without guarantee.

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