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MARIANCA, designed by Van de Stadt is truly an ocean cruising yacht suitable for cold and warm climates, easy to handle and comfortable in all conditions, and still in the hands of her first owner. The yacht is highly equipped, carefully maintaned and in stunning condition. A must see for everybody who is looking for a true ocean cruiser.


Dimensions   16,75 x 4,70 x 1,80 (m)
Material   aluminium
Built   1996
Engine(s)   1 x Perkins M90 4236 Diesel
HP/Kw   90 (hp), 66,15 (kw)
Lying   Spain
Sales office   De Valk Palma
Status   sold
Vat   paid


Trintella 50 Centre-Boarder, built in 1996 by Anne Wever in Holland, designed by Van de Stadt Design, Holland, LOA 16.75m (54'9), LWL 13.00m (42'6), beam 4.70m (15'4), draft 1.80m (5'9) up/2.80m (9'2) down, aluminium hull deck and superstructure, Awlgrip white painted hull, grey epoxy-resin coated deck, alloy keel with vertical hydraulic lifting centreboard with helm controls run from Lewmar Commander power pack (hydraulics overhauled 2009), stainless steel and teak external trim, displacement 21.5 tons, 7.5 tons lead ballast encapsulated in lifting keel, 1,200 litres (264 Imp gallons) fuel capacity in two aluminium tanks, 850 litres (187 Imp gallons) water capacity in two aluminium tanks, 350 litres grey water capacity in two tanks, 150 litres black water capacity in one tank, electric pump out facility for grey and black tanks, Whitlock Mamba pedestal steering with large wheel, Whitlock hydraulic steering in pilothouse.


Accommodation for seven persons in three cabins, plus single berth in saloon Double bedded owner's cabin forward with ensuite wc/showerroom, double bedded guest cabin aft starboard, upper and lower bedded guest cabin aft port (the lower bed can convert into a double bed), guest wc/showerroom.

Saloon with large chart table/desk to starboard with special helm seat chair fitted on sliding bracket. Comfortable U-shaped settee/dining area to port. Ample stowage space behind and under seats.

Fully equipped L-shaped galley to port with Corian worktops, twin sinks, three 24v seawater cooled 100 litre fridges, 24v air cooled 160 litre front loading deep freezer, U-Line 220v icemaker, Force-10 Marine 3-burner stove and oven, Sharp microwave, washing machine.

From saloon, centreline stairs lead up to the deckhouse with inside helm position to port. Deckhouse is lower (but still with good headroom) and more streamlined than on the standard Trintellas. Two opening overhead hatches. Full length settee/pilotberth to starboard (useful for second crew on night watches). Two seater settee to portside. Two watertight sliding (up and down) doors permitting closing off the deckhouse completely from saloon and cockpit.

Cockpit with sun awning for summer use which converts to full tent enclosure for winter use. Outside helm position. Central teak table with long settees each side. Aft transom stowage area with hydraulic opening stern door.

Webasto heating system, (preparation for air conditioning system), 55 litre (12 Imp gallons) hot water heater via 220v and engine, HRO 140 litres (30 Imp gallons) per hour watermaker (overhauled and new membranes 2009), 24v electric freshwater pressure pump, saltwater tap at galley sink, filter system on shore water supply, two Marine Vacuflush toilets (independent systems either fresh or saltwater flushing), Hella turbo ventilation fans throughout.


Perkins 4.236 M90 diesel, 3,150 engine hours, hydraulic gearbox, upgraded fuel system with twin filters and electric fuel pump, shaft drive with flexible coupling, shaft new 2004, Max Prop 3-bladed propeller, cruising speed approx. 8 knots at 2,200 rpm, range approx. 2,000 nm, Vetus tunnel system bowthruster with dual controls.

Feit 24v main bilge pump in engineroom, Hendersen manual bilge pump in pilothouse, electric bilge pump in aft dive area and in bow locker with float switch and manual control.

Onan 6.5 kw generator, 4,350 engine hours, fitted with Siemens regulator/computer system (new 2004), AGM Lifeline batteries: 4x service batteries (11.05), 2x 12v starter batteries (for generator and engine), 12v battery for navigation lights, two alternators, Victron Skylla 24v/100 amp battery charger (2007), Victron Pheonix Sinewave 24v/1500w invertor for PC etc, Victron Pheonix Sinewave 24v/3000w invertor for outlets etc.


Brookes and Gatehouse Hydra 2 instruments, including FFD in owner's cabin, FFD plus analogue wind direction at chart table, 20/20, FFD and analogue wind direction at the pilothouse, FFD and analogue mag wind and wind direction at outside helm
Navico VHF Axis 200
Apelco VHF 510 at chart table
M-Tech 35 VHF + DSC in wheelhouse (2004)
Nokia telephone 6090
Fastnet Radio FMD 55p Weather Decoder
Furuno Navtex NX500
Furuno Radar 1831 (screen in wheelhouse, scanner on mast)
Yeoman chart plotter
Two Hagenuk USE 300 VHF (TRP 3012) (chart table and pilothouse)
Flatscreen for electronic chart navigation wheelhouse
Yaesu FT 900 SSB radio and tuner FC800
Philips GPS/Navigator
Raytheon Ray 430 loud-hailer
Robertson autopilot Ap 21/Ap 22 with controls at each helm
B&G Hydra autopilot with controls at each helm
(Note: the autopilot systems are independent and either system may be operated at any one time from either helm. One works on the hydraulic steering and one works on the Whitlock system).
MAXSEA update 2006 electronic chart system is incorporated in the PC and may be viewed at the chart table or helm.


Bose music system, Clarion MP3, USB with Mac Audio 4x 250w amplifier (2007). Two Kenwood radio MD players (one in each aft cabin), Pioneer radio MP3 player, Sony HD flat screen TV (2007) in owner's cabin. Orion DVD Nicam video player, Sony HD flat screen TV (2007) in saloon, computer, Canon 880 colour printer, Sanyo fax.

Blue bimini (new) with full stainless steel frame and side panels to convert into full cockpit tent for winter use (creating a third "saloon" area).

Lewmar hydraulic anchor windlass with dual controls, twin bow rollers with anchor clamps, two bow anchors, Fortress stern anchor, 100 m of 10 mm stainless steel chain, 80 m anchor line, seawater deckwash, Simpson stainless steel davits, Aquapro 3.48 m aluminium dinghy (2007), with Honda 20 hp 4-stroke outboard (2007), hydraulic opening transom/swim platform, passerelle, hot/cold freshwater deck shower at stern, freshwater deckwash by mast, Bauer dive compressor with two dive tanks, fenders, warps, windscreen wipers.

8-person liferaft in canister (serviced 2006), Globalfix ACR (2007), Sea Marshall overboard alarm/finder system, Lifebuoy MOB pole.


Cutter rigged sloop, deck stepped mast with 3 sets of spreaders, (mast repainted/fully checked/overhauled and rigging completely renewed 2002-3), Reckmann aluminium spars, Reckmann manual furlers on genoa and staysail, fully battened mainsail with lazy jacks and easy stow boom cover system, Navtec hydraulic adjustable backstays and boom vang.

North sails:
69 sq.m mainsail
60.8 sq.m 100% jib
24 sq.m staysail
102 sq.m reacher
18 sq.m trysail
208 sq.m spinnaker
Maraton D4L mainsail (2008)

Elvstrom sails:
Spinnaker/gennaker (asymmetric)
D4 Maraton genoa (2008)

2x Lewmar 66 2-speed electric self-tailing sheet winches at cockpit
2x Lewmar 54 2-speed manual self-tailing winches at cockpit
2x Lewmar 48 self tailing winches on mast for genoa and staysail halyards

Lewmar Commander 20 Powerpack system to run hydraulics with five functions (one spare which could be used for a hydraulic headstay).


These particulars are given in good faith as supplied but cannot be guaranteed and cannot be used for contracts.

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