Together with the very similar Gib’sea 38, this
somewhat unusual-looking Joubert-Nivelt
design comes from the very beginnings of
Gibert Marine. She was offered as a ketch or
sloop and with six berths in three cabins.
(The 38 managed nine berths in four
cabins.) Headroom wasa miserly 6ft and
the general level of equipment was low.
However, the galley was effective and
she had a reasonable navigation area.
LOA 37ft 5in (11.4m) LWL 31 ft 2in
(9.5m) beam 12ft Sin (3.8m) draught
6ft (1.8m) displacement 12,090 Ib
(S,495kg). Price guide: £50,000