1936 McConaghy Ossianic Motorsailor
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- Located In:
- La Fontonne, France
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- Current Price:
- EUR 220,000 (US$ 243,298)
TSDY built in a scottish yard in 1937, Ossianic is a historic boat that is derivated from the heavy duty boats built on the Clyde river, where some of the most beautiful boats in the world were built at that time, of which some still sail. The boat later received 2 masts, then these were removed and finally only one is kept. The current owner has completed an extensive refit of the boat - everything has been reviewed or replaced and two new engines were installed in 2017. Ossianic has spent several years in Saint Tropez and has welcomed many stars on board. In the pure tradition of Motorsailors with timeless silhouette, Ossianic is ready to sail, with full service recently completed, and varnish perfectly maintained. Ask for our detailed 45 picture reportage !
Master aft cabin with island bed 160 cm. Toilet compartment with electric toilet. Guest double cabin forward with toilet cabin and electric toilet. Salon convertible into bed. Fully equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, gas stove, 300 l water tank expandable to more than 600 l. 220V hot water boiler. 220V dry towel radiator.
Engine, electrics :
2 x 115 hp Comments: 2 X 115 hp Nanni Diesel (50 hrs) installed new in 2017 - Fuel tanks 300 L new in 2017 - Water tanks new in 2017 - New electrical circuits - New battery charger - New 220/12/24 V inverter - New batteries -
Hull in traditional wood construction Fringed pitchpin planking on frames. Carpentry, keel, oak stern. Hull laid bare and completely overhauled in 2017. Deck in iroko 25mm (new 2017) New teak gratings. Mast in spruce in very good condition.
Please contact Jérôme Fragnon at + 33 (0)4 93 95 29 11
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 13.72 m
Beam: 1.80 m
Maximum Draft: 4.57 m
Number of heads: 2
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