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1985 Linssen Sturdy 1050
"Mr Bill VI" built in 1985. A stunning well-maintained boat, with excellent build quality from the Dutch builders. With its open plan deck area which extends through to the saloon as all the doors open outwards making it a very social area. Viewing highly recommended.
Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 (0)1634 571605 for further information or to arrange a viewing.
The Linssen offers five berths in 2 cabins, forward cabin with a double berth to starboard and storage below. To port a full-sized heads with electric flush marine toilet and full-size shower fully tiled. Fully equipped galley with stainless steel sink, four burner gas hob, microwave, fridge freezer, with ample storage, brand new Mountain net Fastar gas wall mounted boiler. Opposite the galley is a large dining table which convert to a double berth. The saloon offers a single settee berth to starboard. Full access to the engine compartment via the saloon floor.
Powered by a single 1985 turbocharged Volvo Penta TMD-40A six-cylinder 125hp diesel engine (2872 hours) as of June 2022 (last service June 2022). Shaft drive to 3 bladed bronze propellor, single lever controls, Vetus 85 kgf bowthruster. Fuel capacity 250 litres in two stainless steel tanks. Cruising speed approx 8 knots maximum speed approx 10 knots. Last out of water maintenance June 2022.
1 x 12-volt domestic battery, 1 x 12-volt engine battery, charging from the engine alternator and solar panel, 240-volt shore power connection with ring main, 12-volt battery management system.
Linssen Yachts BV is a family business with a rich tradition. On 1 April 1949, Jac. Linssen founded the company, which began as a modest carpentry and ship repair company. Over the years, the company developed steadily and became an important player in Dutch steel yacht building. This Linssen has been owned by the current owner for the last 7 years and has decided to retire from cruising.
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