High seaworthy and most practical ocean going sailing yacht. Ideal to sail arround the world!<br><br>Highly seaworthy ans practical sailing yacht, for those who would like to sail arround the world. The yacht has proven itself in every condition, as a reliable and comfortable sea ship.<br><br><strong>General</strong><br>Shape: Hard chine, 5 and 4 mm. steel as from new<br>Rudder: Practical and accessable rudder a stern<br>Steering system: Hydraulic<br>Windows: Aluminium portholes and hardened glass in doghouse (curved windows lexan).<br>Load displacement (kg): About 15.300 kg.<br>Ballast (kg): About 5.000 kg lead, in keel<br>Vertical clearance (m): About 20,5 meters<br>Other: Especially desingned for blue water sailing around the world. The long keel and canoe stern offer pleasant seagoing chracteristics, with good sailing performance. The yacht has a safe, comfortable and practical doghouse, which offers ideal shelter in unpleasant conditions, while navigating. Although the owner never had the inconvenience of any water in the cockpit, the doghouse can be closed off from the seaworthy cockpit, in case it does gets nasty. The yacht can be sailed singlehanded perfectly.
The yacht was build under Dutch supervision at a Polish yard. All the steelwork and appliances where shipped from Holland to the yard. The constructions were build according to drawings, which meet Lloyds standards.
Steel and reliable hull, with aluminium coaming, deck and superstructure for ideal low centre of gravity. Tanks are situated in the keel section.
The finished hull was sandblasted and two layers of epoxyprimer were applied, before finishing it with DD-paint of De IJssel. Repainted outside in 2003. The hull below the waterline is foreseen with Sigma Epoxytar and antifouling.
Since June 2003 the yacht was stored ashore, with the owners intention to maybe sail her arround the world once again. The owners dream has already came true and he now welcomes a new owner, to have the same wonderfull experience, as he did. Are you willing to take over the helm?<br><strong>Accommodation</strong><br>Material, colours: Light Oak interior woodwork, with with panneling<br>Upholstery, curtains: Upholstary of 2000<br>Cabins: Large owners cabin in bow section, with plenty of storage space and desk.<br>Headroom: About 2,00 meter. In forcabin about 1,75 m.<br>Cooking device: Gimbal, 3 burner stove on gas<br>Other: Yacht offers pleanty and comfortable residence for a couple. Quite interesting is the clever doghouse, for circumnavigation in every condition.<br><strong>Engine, electrics, water</strong><br>Power: 89hp (65kW)<br>Year built: 1995<br>Engine hours: About 1.680 running hours untill June 2003, before the yacht was stored ashore since then.<br>Fuel tank: Steel tank, integrated in kiel 400 litres. Aluminium daytank: 200 litres. Total of 600 litres<br>Cooling system: In-direct - Intercooling<br>Propulsion: Mechanical Hurth clutch, with Scatra homokinetic connection to shaft with 3 bladed Max-Prop<br>Fuel consumption: 2,25 litres at 3/4 knots<br>Measuring instruments: on engine panel<br>Voltage: 12 Volts en 220 Volt via inverter<br>Operating panel: switch board<br>Alternator: On engine. New 120 amps (new in 2011) to be delivered separate with the yacht.<br>Solar panel: 1x 75 Watt. Not installed yet<br>Water pressure system: yes<br>Warm water: Isotherm, 40 litres Boiler<br><strong>Rig and sails</strong><br>Type: Slopp-Cutter rigged<br>Spars, stays: Aluminium, white lacquered mast, boom and poles<br>Winches: Well proportioned self tailing winches<br>Sails material: Dacron, polyant<br>Genoa: Genua I, Quatum Sails of 1999. Little used and in good condition<br>Genoa reefing system: On Profurl roller-reef-profile<br>Fore sail: Bi-radial Yankee, 35 sm voor bow profile + bi-radial stay jib, 23 sm. Original<br>Fore sail reefing system: Both stays with Profurl roller-reef profile<br>Other: Halyard and wireing renewed in 2011
Folding mast steps
Yacht sails well in every condition, but performs extremly well and comfortable in heavy winds. The owners crossed a distance from the South of England to Madeira (about 1.250 miles) in 8 days (9-11 Beaufort winds).<br><strong>Navigation and electronics</strong><br>Weatherfax/Navtex: yes<br>Radio receiver: Debeg SSB<br>Other: De electronica wordt momenteel (nog) niet op werking gegarandeerd.<br><strong>Equipment</strong><br>Windlass: Maxwell 3000 electrical anchorwinch<br>Fenders, lines: yes<br>Covers: Cover for entire yacht, with standing mast. Needs repairs however.<br>Swimming ladder: Stainless steel<br>Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: Aluminium, welded<br>Tender: Yes, Caribe 270 R.I.B.-tender,<br>Davits, crane: third spinnaker pole for dinghy launch<br><strong>Safety</strong><br>Gas bottle locker: Yes, in cockpit. Storage for two large gas bottles<br>Other: Though expected to work in good order, the function of the various electronics is currently not warrented.<br>