Outlaw of Lundy


~ Winner of the National Ballad Championships in 2006 and 2007 ~

The Albin Ballad is a fast, seaworthy cruiser-racer from the 1970s and has proved to be very safe and comfortable with excellent performance in both heavy weather and light airs. ‘Outlaw’ has been meticulously maintained throughout and comes complete with an extensive suite of racing sails. The sale of ‘Outlaw of Lundy’ presents a rare opportunity to own a race-winning yacht.


SSR registered, ‘Outlaw of Lundy’ has a solid GRP hull with lead ballast encapsulated into the keel. The deck is a GRP sandwich construction with a smooth inner skin, the interior roof finished in headlining. The mast is keel stepped and steering is by tiller (replaced in 2007) with extension to a skeg-hung moulded rudder.

‘Outlaw’ has been set up and maintained as a competitive race winning yacht, reflected in her results in recent national championships.

Rig, Sails & Covers:

Mast head sloop rig with mast being keel step – Z Spars mast and boom, mast replaced in 2004 – Spinnaker pole – Stainless steel standing rigging and guard rails – Race spec mainsail with slab reefing (Quantum Sails, 2007) – Second mainsail, Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – No 1 Light, Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – No 1 Heavy Laminate SKB Sails (2002) – No 2 Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – No 3 Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – Class spinnaker in 0.9oz nylon, full radial, (Quantum Sails, 2007) – Heavy spinnaker, Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – Light spinnaker, Banks Sails (approx 1998) – Spinnaker reacher, Parker & Kay (approx 1997) – Storm jib

All sails have been professionally cleaned and maintained throughout her present ownership.


Sleeps 6 in 2 cabins; double V berth in forepeak (with hatch) and hanging locker,

Foward cabin and heads can be closed off using the hanging locker door.

Additional under bunk storage. 2 single berths and 2 additional port and starboard

pilot cots in main cabin. Under bunk storage accessed from above or through

sliding doors, further storage drawers either side together with further fiddled

storage below pilots berths. Standing room in main cabin. Internal upholstery is

of UPVC throughout and in excellent condition. Considerable thought has been

given to internal lighting with bunk lights in all berths, overhead halogen lighting in main

cabin with strip lights in galley and navigation area.

Heads compartment with new Jabsco manual WC – Port aft facing chart table

with ample chart storage, folding seat and night light,

Further fiddled storage to port


‘Outlaw’ underwent major elecrical/electronic refit in 2005 which included the installation of 2 x 6 way switch panel.

Coachroof mounted instrument pod with Raytheon Autohelm Wind, VMG, Multi Display (depth, log, hdg and wind) and GPS (2005)

Internal instruments viewed from navigation area include Raytheon Autohelm GPS, Log and Depth (2005)

Icom VHF Radio – Bulkhead mounted Plastimo Contest compass – Stern light, steaming light and pushpit mounted navigation light (2005)

Mechanical Systems:

Yanmar 1GM10 9hp Diesel (installed 1999) with control panel mounted in cockpit below companionway, last serviced 2007

2 x 12v 110 a/h batteries, alternator charged through 1, 2 or both isolating switch. Batteries are located in the port cockpit locker


Fuel capacity – 32 litres in stainless steel tank – Manually pumped fresh water system in galley – gas cylinder located in dedicated self draining compartment in the starboard locker

Domestic Equipment:

Galley with Plastimo Coral 2 ringed gas cooker with grill – Stainless steel sink – Space for cool box – Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils

Safety Equipment:

Manually operated bilge pump – 1 x horseshoe lifebuoy – 3 safety harnesses – 2 safety lines – Bosun’s chair

Deck Equipment

The spacious and uncluttered cockpit has ample seating with locker lids finished in teak. Both cockpit lockers are large enough to house both tender and liferaft together with all warps and fenders etc.

1 x Lewmar 2 speed 24 coachroof mounted winch – 1 x Lewmar 8 coachroof mounted winch -2 x Lewmar 40 single speed sheet winches

2 x Lewmar 2 speed 16 winches – Control lines led aft via deck organisers and new coachroof mounted Barton clutches

Tiller extension – 4 Warps and 4 fenders – Danforth style anchor, warp and chain and additional kedge – Boat hook and brush

Transom mounted telescopic boarding ladder (2004) – Cockpit bag


2005 Survey – Bill of Sale from previous change of ownership – Certificate of British Registry – Engine and equipment manuals

Additional Spares

The current owner is retiring from sailing and therefore many spares will be included in sale of’Outlaw’. Some of the more notable additional items are:

Full set of cruising sails:

Main – No 1 – No 2 – Storm jib. These sails are old but serviceable and usable.

assorted selection of standing rigging – 2 x Lewmar 2 speed 40 winches – Avon 4 man inflatable dinghy, an additional inflatable dinghy with pump is also available – Jockey pole – Medium sized Danforth style anchor with chain

Builder: Albin Marine Batteries: 2 x 12v 110 a/h Year: 1972 Displacement: 3,300 Kg

Hu ll Profile: Fin and Skeg LOA: 29’11” (9.14m) Construction: GRP LWL: 22’7″ (6.9m)

Rig: Masthead Bermudan Sloop Draught: 1.55m Steering: Tiller Beam: 9′ 8″ (2.96m)

Engine: Yanmar 1GM10 9hp Diesel No. of Berths: 6 in 2 cabins


No expense has been spared in the maintenance of’Outlaw’, and this has been reflected in her performance in recent national championships. For the serious club racer looking for a performance yacht this boat has to be high on the list.