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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- to be confirmed, Myanmar
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 2,000,000 (US$ 2,194,000)
The schooner 'Sunshine' is the third sister to be built to the design (no.468) drawn up by W. Fife 111 in 1900.
Assembled in Burma 2003/2004 to Lloyds Special Survey specifications (SSC plan approval). Four watertight compartments to MCA rules. Hull is of Dutch marine-grade 9-6mm steel, cut and rolled in Holland prior to transport to Burma.
SUNSHINE has been built in compliance with highest level of quality construction.
She is now the last of the best priced yacht of her pedigree, and owners are very keen seller. We strongly recommend inspection and invite potential purchasers to make an offer.
Also possibly available for charter.
A little bit of History : Schooner 'Sunshine' is the third sister to be built to the design drawn up by W. Fife 111 in 1900.The first two, the original 'Sunshine' and 'Asthore' were built (1900 and 1902) by the Fifes in their yard at Fairlie. Both vessels changed names several times, 'Asthore' even being called 'Sunshine for a long while [1906 to 1925]
The original 'Sunshine' was built for a local Scot named Glen F. McAndrew of Largs Castle, which is close by the Fairlie yard. In 1906, 'Sunshine' was sold to the Portuguese Royal family, who continued in ownership until 1911.
The current 'Sunshine' launched 2003 now currently for sale sailed to the Mediterranean where she took part in all of the classic regattas for large yachts of her type in the South of France and elsewhere.
She is currently in Thailand and also available for charter.
Castlemain Sarl - 45 av. Pasteur 06600 ANTIBES tel. 33 6 07 82 27 41 - email@example.com
Please contact Annie BENARD at +33 (0)6 07 82 27 41
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Yangon by Myanmar Shipyards
Designer: William Fife & Sons
Flag of Registry: British Virgin Islands
LOA: 38.50 m
Beam: 5.59 m
LWL: 22.0 m
Length on Deck: 31.04 m
Minimum Draft: 3.40 m
Maximum Draft: 3.40 m
Displacement: 80000 kgs
Ballast: 25000 kgs
Headroom: 2.0 m
Total Power: 300 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: MCTA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2003
Propeller: Folding propeller
Engine Power: 300 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 11 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (4000 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (3000 Liters)
Number of single berths: 8
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 5
Number of heads: 3
Number of bathrooms: 4
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Sea water pump
Fresh water maker
Generator - ONAN Genset 17.5 Kva
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 220V
Total Liferaft Capacity: 16
Puissance totale : 300
Vitesse de croisière: 8 kits
The interior is comfortable and attractive, made of polished wood it is a craftsman delight.
The rosewood panels are framed in teak with mostly leather upholstery
Aft cabin two double berths each side and single berth with en suite head and shower (see photos).
Forward from the large salon, is a centerline passage with a double berth stateroom on either side, each with its own ensuite head and shower.
Forward of the guest cabins are the crew quarters, with a twin cabin and four fo'c'sle berths, plus a separate head and shower.
The salon is the full beam width, with an impressive dining area to starboard and a large settee and coffee table to port (settees throughout the boat are upholstered in buffalo leather).
The nav station is located just aft of the port side settee/lounge area, and is adjacent to the main companionway leading to the doghouse and cockpit.
Opposite the nav station on the starboard side is the galley, with a passageway aft to the captain's cabin (please see 'Layout Diagram').
Moving up the companionway, the doghouse has settees on either side with large portlights/windows with full views to either side.
The entire interior is made of high quality teak and handcarved rosewood (see photos).