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Gaff Rigged Schooner Schooner completely rebuilt, high quality, Black Sea, Russia

US$ 3,215,550

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Year:
1997
Length:
112'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Twin
Located In:
Black Sea, Russia
Hull Material:
Wood
YW#:
74613-2142141
Current Price:
EUR  2,550,000 Tax Paid (US$ 3,215,550) 



Owner interested in sale, reasonable offers considered

This unique, gaff-rigged schooner was originally built in 1948 as a commercial trading vessel with a solid wooden hull 30cms thick. She was rebuilt and converted in 1997-2000 by the well-known and authoritative boat-builder and author Kurt Eichler at a cost of around 2million Euros and using only the very highest quality materials and fittings.

At that time, she was valued at 1.4million Euros, but was then subject to a total overhaul and refit in 2009, since when she has only ever been used privately. A recent survey testifies her excellent condition throughout and many more details are available on request.

This vessel is not a Gullet, but a high quality and solidly built unique schooner in truly excellent condition with as new engines and suitable for cruising any oceans of the world. The owner is highly motivated to sell and a move to any location can be arranged.

OWNER IS MOTIVATED TO SELL !

BOAT CAN BE MOOVED TO EVERY MARINA IN MEDITERANEAN SEA

 Update April 2012 boat currently in refit and will be like new after





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