(Master of the Waters) is listed as a Half-ton
Mk III's were apparently
made in a short production run by Mander Marine in South Australia in the
latter half of the 80's. They have a more upright, lead, keel and carry a
mast-head rig. The mast is indicated at 11.5 m tall (from the deck).
Kong is a fibreglass,
Division II, 30-foot cruiser/racer that was first launched in 1988.
It was supposedly built for the Melbourne Boat Show of that year, but
there is no proof of this.
III's have a full interior mould, with wood cappings. Ling Kong contains 2 double berths (V-berth and dinette) and 3 singles (2 x quarter berths)
Kong has a large fridge under the Chart Table
Spirit Stove with Grill
Galley with two sinks
and Heads in the mid-section between main cabin and V-Berth.
contains a full set of electronics, including:
Full set of wind, etc., instruments on coach-roof and
power is supplied via a Renault Marine 2 cylinder 13HP
Diesel, with geared, folding propeller.