Kan an Mor is a Falmouth Workboat launched in 1982, and then extensively refitted later in life

as a cruiser. She is beautifully appointed below decks with a large double berth in the aft cabin,
and 3 further berths in the saloon and up forward. The most recent refit in 2016 saw a new
mast and rigging as well as the addition of modern navigation equipment.
With a modern engine, recent nav. equipment, and a comfortable interior, she is ready for her
next owner to prepare, cruise, and enjoy her.

LOA: 10.88 m
Beam: 3.63 m
Max Draft: 1.77 m
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of Cabins: 2
Number of Bathrooms: 1
Number of Heads: 1
Engine Make: Beta
Engine Model: BV1903
Primary Engines: Inboard
Drive Type: Shaft Drive
Location: Center
Engine Year: 2006
Hours: 195
Power: 43 hp
Propeller Type: 3 Blade
Propeller Material: Bronze
• Depthsounder • Plotter
• Radio • Compass
• CD Player • GPS
• Tiller
• Manual Bilge Pump • Marine Head
• Refrigerator
• Tender
Engine #1
Inside Equipment
Outside Equipment/Extras
History and Construction
'Kan an Mor' is a Falmouth workboat built by JR Jackson of Mylor Bridge as an open boat
1979-82. She was registered as FH73 and originally called 'Heritage of Mylor'. She was found
to be too big and was later registered for trawling and angling.
Carvel construction, planked in 1 ¼” X 1 3/8” Iroko, copper fastened on 1 ¾” X 1 ¼”
steamed oak frames spaced at 9” centres.
Rebuilt from a bare hull from 1997-2000, with an all new deck, new coachroof and complete
new interior. This rebuild included:
Galvanised steel strap floors fitted new in 2000, 10mm Cedar T&G Sub deck overlaid with
15mm marine plywood and then sheathed in epoxy glass cloth, and overpainted with deck
paint, all new in 2000.
Sheathed plywood coachroof deck new in 2000
Varnished Iroko coamings with oval bronze portholes
Bulwarks all round on substantial Iroko stanchions
Six heavy-duty bronze Panama fairleads in Bulwarks and two straight fairleads.
Four 12" heavy-duty bronze mooring bollards
Relaunched in 2000 as 'Kan An Mor' which is 'Song of the Sea' in Cornish.
Further refit in 2015/16 included a new Douglas Fir mast, new rigging, sails and
navigation equipment, now fitted out for long distance short-handed cruising.
Five berths in 2 cabins and saloon
Forward cabin: Forward cabin with partially enclosed single berth to port with deck prism over
and lee cloth, workbench opposite with overhead opening deck hatch giving good light.
Saloon: Settee berths to each side, removable lee boards. Stowage behind & underneath settee
berths and shelves over. Folding table, Deck flue and mounting on forward bulkhead for cabin
heater (No heater fitted)
2 X Deck Prism's and 2 X 12v sockets.
Kenwood radio cassette player and Kenwood CD Autochanger.
Nav Area: Large Chart table to port with chart stowage. Chart table surface lifting to reveal large
chest fridge underneath.
Adjacent Raymarine Chartplotter and fixed Raymarine VHF/DSC radio. Book shelf for pilot
books. 12v Socket. Manual Bilge Pump. Opening portlight.
Galley Area: Galley to starboard with twin stainless steel sinks, Pumped fresh water with inline
filter, Force 10 two burner gas stove with oven and grill, ample storage
lockers, Opening portlight over giving good cross flow ventilation.
Aft Cabin: Aft cabin to starboard with a generous sized double berth, Hanging locker to
starboard and further stowage lockers to port, one fixed oval portlight and one round opening
portlight. Deck Prism.
Heads: Heads compartment aft to port with Jabsco sea toilet, basin with hand pumped fresh
water, hanging locker & further stowage locker, one fixed oval portlight and one round opening
Plastimo Offshore 75 Steering Compass
Raymarine Chart Plotter at Chart Table
Raymarine VHF/DSC Radio at Chart Table
Furuno GP32 GPS Navigator at companionway
Nasa Clipper Duet Log & Depth at companionway
Clearway Auto-Steer Trim Tab Self Steering System
Beta Marine 43hp diesel engine, new in 2006
Centreline stainless steel shaft to three blade bronze propeller with rope cutter.
Fuel capacity approx 200 litres in stainless steel tanks
Additional Information
Sails and Spars
Gaff Cutter rigged
Keel stepped Douglas fir mast, fitted new in 2015/16 with all new galvanised wire rigging.
Varnished gaff and bowsprit
Selman sails
Deck Equipment
Simpson Lawrence Manual Windlass
Delta Anchor & anchor chain
Pin rail for halyards at base of the mast
Dedicated deck locker forward for gas bottles, naturally vented.
Further deck storage locker forward.
2 X Barlow 26 Sheet winches
2 X Lewmar sheet winches
Stern fair-lead for kedge anchor warp
Two very large lazarette lockers accessed via separate deck hatches giving a huge amount of
storage space for longer passages.
Clearway Auto-Steer Trim Tab Self Steering System
Safety Equipment
Two Manual Bilge Pumps
Horseshoe Lifebuoys
SeaGo Valise Liferaft (Needs Service)
Approx 7ft Rigid GRP Pram Dinghy with oars

Falmouth Work Boat


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