NEW LLOYDS CLASS CERTIFICATE December 2010 NEW MCA Certificate December 2010
This yacht is absolutely unique, having been built to Lloyds 100 A-1 + LMC, combining grace and luxury with the strength and agility of an Artic Survey Vessel. Originally designed in collaboration with the Belgian Government as an Artic Survey Vessel, working in the Artic conditions of Greenland to the tropical sunshine of Venezuela. Built for world-wide cruising, with excellent speed and long range, she must be one of the world`s strongest and safest sailing yachts. She was converted to a luxury gentleman`s yacht in 1975, with spacious accommodation for guests and crew.
REFIT 2009 - Hull was shotblasted and worn plates replaced in 2009, the engine head removed and fully serviced, reducing consumption considerably and increasing power. New instruments added. The bathrooms refurbished and increased in size.
Hauled and fully inspected for Lloyds Certificate and new MCA Certificate which included:
mechanical inspection and shaft pulled
hull ultra-sonically sounded - minor repairs executed to meet Lloyd's certification
safety equipment - all certified
New batteries fitted
New approved Fire Extinguisher System in Engine Room fitted.
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British Flag - Owned by a Gibraltar (non-trading) Company, available free, with the yacht.
Siemens Martin Steel to Lloyds 100A-1 with reinforced Ice Band around waterline to 15mm
Corton Steel superstructure with teak trim
Teak decks over steel
Construction is heavy throughout with bulb frames and heavy floor timbers
Three water tight compartments
Each cabin is finished to the same high standard as the rest of the vessel.
The Main Saloon has the feel of a traditional sailing ship with its beautiful Mahogany wood paneling, overhead beams and skylight, hot water radiator heating, flat screen television and video. Large dining table to portside and writing desk to starboard. A comfortable deck saloon houses the bar and navigation area, also mahogany panelled and in traditional style, with Hi-fi, fridge and icemaker. The navigation area has a large chart table and all modern navigation systems within easy reach.
Two new TV SONY flat panels
4 burner gas hob with oven
2 x refrigerators
New Refrigerator MIELE
2 freezers(in main saloon),
Mastervolt 100 amp(new 2003)
Mastervolt Sine Wave inverter 3000va
8 x domestic batteries 880 amp/24v
Engine Start batteries 220 amp/24v
24/220 volt systems
2 x 12kw generators
2 x 220v alternators
Air Conditioning to owner´s cabin and Saloon.
New system of heating = WEBASTO =
Auto pilot - RAYMARINE CT 6002.
GPS - FURUNO GPI/WAAS navigator GP-32.
Echo sounder - RAYMARINE ST - 40.
Satellite phone - Maritime Telephone SAILOR TT - 3064 A.
Chart plotter - FURUNO C - map NT MAX.
New electronic maps for FURUNO
VHF - FURUNO RB 2721.
VHF - IC - M 601
Plath Steering Compass
Neco electronic Compass
Sail & Rigging
Standing rigging Swedish stainless Molybdene steel
Stainless running rigging
Hollow Spruce Masts with internal wiring
The Main mast was unstepped in May 2003 as part of her Lloyds survey.
No1 & No.2 Genoas - all in good order
New tender 4,5 meters
Honda 50 h/p,four-stroke
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.