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- Ouddorp, Netherlands
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- EUR 89,500 Tax Paid (US$ 94,333)
Classic Design from Koopmans Sr. with a pilothouse and a Centreboard (1,25 - 2,40 meter). Red Cedar wood hull and deck with West System Epoxy. At the age of 5 year, which is already 23 years ago, "Daurade" changed owners to the present (second) owner. This real sailor has the well know KISS idea.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 3.70 m
Maximum Draft: 2.40 m
Specification list Koopmans 44 Pilothouse - Centreboard
Shape: semi S-shaped
Deck design: wood epoxy under deck with teak on top glued (with epoxy)
Superstructure: wood epoxy superstructure with mahogany
Keel: hydraulic centreboard (approx. 1.25 x 2.4 meter) - approx. 80 Kg
Rudder: rudder with a skeg
Steering system: 1x pedestal with a stainless steel steering wheel (covered with leather) in the cockpit and 1x varnished mahogany steering wheel in the Pilothouse. The steering cable has been renewed in 2014
Windows: Goiot deck hatches, Lexane windows in the superstructure and in the pilot house
Load displacement: approx. 12000 kg
Ballast: approx. 6000 kg (lead)
Vertical clearance: approx. 18.80 meter
Boatyard: ECM Epoxy Techniek Rotterdam - The Netherlands
Designer: Dick Koopmans Sr.
The hull has been built with 2.5 cm thick Red cedar slats, glued with West System Epoxy with two layers of laminated plywood (cross mounted) and covered with epoxy-glued fibreglass.
The rubbing strake on the hull is covered with a brass protection strip
The hull has been painted with a white Van de IJssel DD coating in 2000 and finished with a transparent Van de IJssel DD coating in 2012
Teak in the cockpit, teak on the cockpit floor and teak on cockpit coaming
Varnished teak capping
Plastic air vents on deck
This very seaworthy yacht was built and commissioned by the former West System importer
This Koopmans 44 Pilothouse - Centreboard has been in the possession of the current (2nd) owner since 1993
“Daurade” has been designed by Dick Koopmans, known as one of the most acknowledged yacht designer from the Netherlands. All his yachts come from first-hand experience. He cruised the world himself, shown in his excellent seaworthy
This 44 ft ocean cruiser gives you the opportunity to do the same
Very comfortable, due to the pilothouse with a second steering position, a keen deck layout, a cutter rig, a very well isolated Woodcore hull and she is easy to sail
The owner is a fan of the KISS system (Keep it Simple Stupid – Peter Stuyverzands)
Material, colours: the red cedar hull is well visuale in the interior and finished with mahogany and white panels
Upholstery, curtains: the original blau upholstery in both the pilothouse and in the saloon are protected with blue covers
Cabins: fore cabin (bunk), saloon, 1 person bed and aft cabin
Berths: 5 - 6 berths
Headroom: Pilot House : 1.85m | Passage to aft cabin : 1.80-1.93m | Aft cabin next to bed : 1.93m | Bathroom in front of toilet : 1.80m | Bathroom in front of washbasin : 1.93m | Galley in front of cooker : 1.85m | Galley in front of sink : 2.30m | Saloon between timber frames : 1.92m | Saloon under timber frames : 1.88m | Under main timber frame for mast support : 1.86m | Opening in bulkhead towards fore cabin : 1.80m | Fore cabin under deck hatch : 2.04m | Fore cabin under deck : 1.88m | Fore cabin under timber frame 1.83m
Toilet: 1x manual Rheinstrom Y4 toilet
Shower: 1x bathroom with a shower facilities
Sound system: Yoko radio/cassette player with speakers in the saloon
Cooking device: stainless steel Naxwa Upo 3 burner cooker
Fridge: toploader fridge (without a compressor)
Heating: Somy Picotherm (diesel) heater (connected to one of both stainless steel diesel tanks)
Besides the comfort to control "Daurade" from the Pilot House, the Pilot House also offers a magnificent view while sailing and/or being moored in a marina
There is a spacious double berth (1.50 x 2.02 m) with a seat in the aft cabin
Under the double seat in the Pilot House is a pilot berth (0.65 x 2.00 m) and at starboard side (under the single seat) is a large chart table
Behind the chart table is the bathroom
A single berth (0.55 x 2.02 m) can be created in the saloon
In the front cabin is a bunk (2x 0.65 x 2.04 m) with slatted frames under the mattresses
All berth are provided with Lee cloths
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 72 HP / 53 kW
Make: Perkins 4.236 - 4 cylinder (engine number : 236US9781 - 371126407)
Year built: 1988 - completely overhauled in 2003
Engine hours: approx. 3870 hours - approx. 1500 hours since the engine has been overhauled
Fuel tank: 2x approx. 200 liter stainless steel tank (no manholes in tanks)
Cooling system: intercooling
Propulsion: hydraulic P.R.M. 180 gearbox with a 40 mm stainless steel propeller shaft and a bronze two bladed fixed propeller (1998)
Cruising speed: approx. 6.5 knots
Max speed: approx. 7.5 knots
Fuel consumption: approx. 2L/H at max. 5 knots and approx. 3.5 L/H at 7 knots
Voltage: 12 Volt
Battery: 1x 100 Ah Dynac Calcium maintenance free engine battery (2014) and 6x 2 Volt (total 378 Ah) traction battery (2003), the service batteries are charged by a solar panel and an alternator
Battery charger: 10A LBC 300 (connected to the engine battery)
Inverter: 50 Watt 12-230 Volt
Solar panel: solar panel (1998) with a Solar Module Helios H500A 55Wp/12Vdc (1998) and a Solar regulator SL110-10A/12Vdc (1998)
Water pressure system: electric water pressure system, a PAR water pump and a pressure vessel
Warm water: approx. 30 liter hot water boiler (heated via the engine)
Water tank: 2x approx. 300 liter wood-epoxy tank
Shore power: NO permanent connection and NO circuit breaker
Voltmeter: 1x Voltmeter and 1x Ampere meter
Oil pressure gauge
The fuel pump has been overhauled in 1998
The engine has been completely overhauled in 2003 (eg: new damper plate)
The engine has been annually serviced
There is a fine filter and coarse filter with a water separator in the diesel system
Pressure shaft bearing Scatra cva Unit 14103 35mm
Electric blower in the engine compartment
Rig and sails
Type: sloop cutter rigged
Spars, stays: white painted Proctor aluminum mast and boom, stainless steel stays, double set of open spreaders and a manual BWS wheel backstay tensioner
Winches: Meissner: 2x 28ST and 2x 30ST (sheet winches), 4x 23ST (halyard winches) and 1x 21 (reefing winch)
Sails material: white Dacron sails
Main sail: 1988: Champion Sails: mainsail (approx. 31.7m2)
Main sail reefing system: 3x reef and 1x water reef
Genoa: 1x yankee (approx. 39.7m2) and 1x Van der Sneppen: light weather furling genoa (1992 - used only a few times - approx. 54m2)
Genoa reefing system: BWS furling system
Fore sail: 1988: Champion Sails: 1x furling jib (approx. 21.7m2)
Fore sail reefing system: Facnor SD200 furling system
Storm jib: 1988: Champion Sails: storm jib (approx. 5.5m2)
Spinnaker: spinnaker (approx. 125m2)
Halfwinder: North Sails: Reacher (approx. 75.8m2)
Mast steps up to the mast head
Goiot deck fittings
White painted aluminium spinnaker pole
Navigation and electronics
Navigation lights: masthead 3 color-, steam-, deck- , bow- and stern light
Compass: 1x Plastimo Olympic 85 compass and 1x Plastimo hand bearing compass
Log/speed: 1991 : Seafarer Voyager Speed (NOT functioning)
Depth: 1991 : Seafarer Voyager Depht
Windvane steering: BWS Taurus II wind vane control - can be linked to an Autohelm ST2000 autopilot (1998)
Radar: 1998: Autohelm 7" LCD
GPS: 1995 : Philips MK9 GPS
VHF: 1990 : Skanti 3000
Weatherfax/Navtex: Nasa Navtex
Anchor: 1x Bruce anchor with approx. 46 meter 10mm anchor chain and 1x stock anchor with a rope
Windlass: manual 2-Speed Goiot windlass
Covers: 1x white cover over the superstructure and cockpit and 1x blue winter cover
Swimming ladder: stainless steel swimming ladder
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: stainless steel stanchions (77cm high), pushpit, pullpit and
double wired guarding rails
12 Volt Surch light
Several spare parts
Life raft: 1995: 4 person RFD SeaSava plus X liferaft (surveyed in 2010 untill 2013) in a Valies (bag)
Bilge pump: 1x manual Whale Gusher 25
Fire extinguisher: 2x fire-extenguisher (need to be checked/renewed)
Gas bottle locker: we advise to have the gas system checked and certified
Life-Lines on deck
Extra information from the owner !
“Daurade” has been designed by Dick Koopmans, known as one of the most acknowledged yacht designer from the Netherlands. All his yachts come from first-hand experience. He cruised the world himself, shown in his excellent seaworthy designs. This 44 ft ocean cruiser gives you the opportunity to do the same. Very comfortable, due to the pilot house with a second steering position, a keen deck layout, a cutter rig, a very well isolated Woodcore hull and she is easy to sail. The owner is a fan of the KISS system (Keep it Simple Stupid – Peter Stuyverzands).
To navigate on board of “Daurade” they only used a map and a pair of compasses until this moment. The only concessions were a GPS and a Radar. The Interior is purely functional. For example, there are no (tight) doors but curtains (which also creates more space) and all cupboards are open.
If something had to be replaced or renewed in the last couple of years, our gauge was "do we really need this to be able to sail?". Often the answer was "no, not really".
It concerned among the following:
- The compressor from the fridge (connected to the engine) broken down -> not renewed.
- The electric PAR-shower water drain pump broke down -> Not renewed.
- The battery charger for the traction domestic batteries broke down -> not renewed, because the batteries are being charged via the solar panel and the alternator (when the engine runs).
The basic equipment needs to be renewed and/or extended to have "Daurade" up to date. A number of dated components need to be replaced/renewed, as for example:
- The paintwork of the superstructure and in particular, the Pilot House needs maintenance.
- Install LED Interior and navigation lights.
- The glasses of the bow and stern navigation lamps are old, hardened and discoloured. Must be renewed.
- The coils in the blocks for the Genoa sheets are ingrained and have to be replaced.
- The plastic pads/rolls at the back of the boom should be renewed (the rolls on the front side of the boom have been renewed recently).
- One mainsheet jammer (on the superstructure roof of the aft cabin) has been torn (and provisionally restored).
- The spinnaker pole is extendable, but never used extended.
- There is a small damage on the starboard rubbing strake.
- The caulking from the teak deck has to be renewed on several spots.
- A number of stanchions are slightly bent.
- Several corrosion spots on the white painted aluminium mast, boom and spinnaker pole need to be updated.
- The life raft needs to be inspected (last inspection has been carried out in 2010).
- Seafarer log/Speed isn’t functioning.
- All valves and sea cocks need to be checked and/or renewed.
- The toilet pump requires a service. A maintenance kit is on board.
- A new battery charger is necessary to be able to charge the domestic batteries with shore power.
- The current old domestic battery pack consists out of 6x 2 Volt Traction batteries and should to be replaced soon.
- It might be wise to replace the crackled windows and deck hatches.
- When "Daurade" was stored on the hard (already 4 years ago) the hull has been provided with a new layer of antifouling. During the last 4 years, the bottom of the hull has been cleaned frequently in the water. At the same time they renewed the anode on the propeller shaft. But the anodes which are mounted on the hull, close to the keel haven’t been replace in the last 4 years.
- The hull and the edge above the rubbing strake have been painted with a white Van de IJssel DD-coating in 2000. Because the white hull changed yellow coloured, the hull was painted with a transparent Van de IJssel DD-coating and the hull still retains its white colour. To date, the white border above the fender not yet equipped with these transparent coatings. The edge above the rubbing strake hasn’t been covered with this transparent coating yet.
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.