Tuesday’s Child was built by a professional steel boat builder for his own personal use. She was built properly. She has a very well thought out interior designed with extended cruising in mind and is packed full of clever innovated ideas that a mass produced boat could not accommodate. She carries just over 250 gallons of fuel which means you can motor for weeks if needed. Her water tank capacity is just as generous and is backed up with a water-maker, so the only limitations to the time you spend afloat are the ones you choose. Now after twelve years the owners are ready to move on to their next adventure, giving you the opportunity to own Tuesday’s Child and the gateway to a lifestyle most can only dream of!
She now sports a full bimini enclosure with a hard top further enhancing the sheltered cockpit for use throughout the year.
Designer’s comments: The combination of the rig and hull shape will ensure good sailing performance while the airy accommodation space and the strength of the steel hull gives a safe, comfortable offshore cruising yacht.
Photoword reviewer’s comments: The Radford 415 is a modern, centre cockpit cruising yacht design. The plumb bow and sugar scoop stern give the boat an exceptionally long water line length for its size, resulting in excellent speed which complements the strength of the vessel’s steel construction.
Forward berth is over seven foot long!
Salon features two long settees which easily become sea berths with lee cloths.
L shaped galley
Opposite the galley to starboard is the chart table which folds down when not in use.
Behind the navigation table is the head
At navigation station
The owner has been a professional welder his entire life and gained his boat building experience at Yarrows Co Shipyard in Victoria back in the 1970’s where he was involved in projects such as building the Queen of Cowichan (a local ferry still in service). In later years he took his skills into other welding fields working in both maintenance and construction. In 2003 he returned to the boat building industry with Seatec Marine. Here his many years of welding experience led him to supervise fishing vessel construction repair and maintenance.
In 2005 he completed the construction of Tuesdays Child with a professional eye which ensured the boat was built properly and fit for purpose. For example all plate welds were 100% welds of X-ray quality.
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