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- New Zealand
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- Last Listed Price:
- NZ$ 149,000 (US$ 103,779)
Classic Hudson Force 50 ketch designed by William Garden and constructed in solid GRP by the Hudson boatyard 1976. Powered by a Ford Lehman 80hp diesel and a new Perkins Seapower 8kw auxiliary generator. Ketch rig with extensive sail wardrobe. Pilot house with helm station, saloon & galley, heads fore and aft, 4 cabins sleeps 9. Comprehensive electrics & navigation electronics with safety equippment for extended live aboard long range cruising. This vessel underwent major refit between 2008 and 2012 that included removal and upgrade of mast and spars, new standing and running rigging, new sails, new bowsprit, new windlass, new anchor & chain. Exterior had two pot epoxy paint applied. Interior has been refurbished, new stove, fridge/freezer, electronics, watermaker, autopilot and much more. This vessel is finished in traditional teak joinery and exudes all the old world charm of solid bronze and polished brass. If you are looking for great live aboard or a proven ocean going vessel that will handle any sea condition with aplomb then this classic Hudson Force 50 is not to be missed.
Please contact us for more details.
International, offshore and inbound cruising yacht brokerage located Port of Entry Building on Opua marina in the beautiful Bay Of Islands the first port of entry into New Zealand. Offering advice for offshore vessels prior or following entry. For all yacht and launch sales, valuations, finance and insurance. For all international cruising yacht brokerage and services please contact Jason Brosnahan Qualified Marine Yacht Broker (National Certificate Marine Brokerage)
Please contact Pacific Jason Brosnahan Marine Yacht Broker at +64 9 402 7103
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 4.50 m
Maximum Draft: 2.10 m
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.