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Masaya was designed to be easily sailed by two people and used for world cruising. The yacht and all systems have been thoroughly and regularly maintained. She is equipped with a.o.: generator, watermaker, furling mainsail and headsails etc. She is made for two persons living aboard in comfort and to take occasional guests.


Dimensions   17,00 x 5,00 x 2,20 (m)
Material   aluminium
Built   1989
Engine(s)   1 x MTU OM 366LA, 6 cyl Diesel
HP/Kw   170 (hp), 125 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales information   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   paid

General - DUBBEL & JESSE 55

Aluminium sailing yacht Dubbel & Jesse 55 "Masaya", model: Nordsee 55, built in 1989, dim.: 17.00 x 5.00 x 2.20 m, designed by Mr. Dubbel, built by Yachtbau Dübbel & Jesse Nordeney, displacement approx. 25 tons, fuel tank capacity approx. 1.500 ltr, water tank capacity approx. 1.600 ltr, capacity sump water tank approx. 1.000 ltr, aluminium white hull with encapsulated lead keel, windows laminated chemically toughened glass, 22 mm thickness, centre seating cockpit, with fixed wrap round spray dodger and demountable folding table, aft sailing cockpit, with steering wheel, pedestal and winches


The interior has been designed for a husband and wife to live in comfort and to take occasional guests, the carpentry work is a most pleasing feature, the wood is Affelbirchen, known as Quilted Birch in certain English speaking countries; a light wood with a strong pleasant grain, air conditioning/heating system
CLD chilled water system with controls in each cabin.
From the stern:
a) Aft master cabin: this is large, with a double berth to port and an office area to startboard with bench seat, pop-up table, concealed space for files and satelitte fax/phone (1998 Thrane and Thrane mini M).
Cupboards, drawers, bookshelf and two large hanging wardrobes.
b) Aft bathroom to port,
White corian sink and surrounding surface, mirror over, cupboards under and to the side. Large circular shower cubicle, Sealand vacuum flush electric action toilet.
c) Galley
Large galley to starboard of centre cockpit with a double sink and large worksurface in white corian, gimballed gas hob and oven Force 10 (new), 220 V. electric combination microwave/oven Bosch Gourmet 2204, 220 V. Morris Superautomatic dishwasher, refrigerator/freezer systems via either:
220 V. AC Icemaster E/AC kuhlanagen ( from genarator or invertor) or from the main engine compressor whilst motoring, refrigerator with two doors/compartments, extensive cupboards, air extractor over gas hob, Black & Decker dustbuster.
d) Engine room to port, access hatch in seat in centre cockpit with ladder down.
e) Saloon
Dining table to port, floor level raised to provide good visability whilst seated, bookshelves to port (for pilot books etc. and for Compact disc and music cassettes), navigation desk with bench seat to starboard, cupboards concealing fine wine glasses.
f) Guest bathroom to port, white corian sink and surrounding surface, mirror over, cupboards under and to the side. Lavac manual vacuum action toilet.
g) Guest shower cubicle to starboard, Sparmeister 455S washing machine/spin dryer and cupboards
h) Forward guest cabin with to port, a wardrobe and upper and lower single berths (the lower berth converts to a double when required), to starboard; a wardrobe and single berth with cupboard over.


MTU model OM 366LA, 6 cylinder 5958 cc's, 170 hp, Korsor motor HVK45S gearbox and variable pitch propeller, Lewmar Richfield model 300 / 400 R bowthurster (the thruster lowers on a hydraulocally driven piston and retracts into the hull when not in use), Onan MDKD53R 6.5kva 220 volt generator (3,155 hours), Hydro electric Marine HEM series 25 watermaker (3.2 litres per minute), airconditioning, electrical systems: 12 Sonnenchien deep cycle gel cell sealed marine batteries ( 1998), 24 Volts (8 batteries), generator 220 Volts, shore supply 220 Volts or 110 Volts (converted to 220 Volts on board), Victron Skylla 24/100 amps battery charger, Victron Atlas 24 V. DC/ 2000 Kva AC invertor.


B&G fluxgate compasse, B&G hercules system 390, master display units give: boat speed, wind speed & direction etc, depth, and depth alarms, boat speed is via B&G sonic speed system to be adjusted, 2 clocks - one displaying local time, the other UTC, Koden radar (range 48 miles), Skianti 400 Watt SSB radio, Skianti VHF radio, Garmin 65 GP, Furuno DFax model 208/A/N weatherfax, Grundig multi- standard television and video, Alpine Music system with FM/AM radio, cassette player and 6 compact disc changer supplying music with individual switches to each cabin. Centre Cockpit: the following instrumentation is concealed in a pop-up display beneath the centre cockpit's fixed spray dodger: autopilots controls, Segatron, the best (and perhaps most expensive) in the world! Whilst sailing at in excess of approx. 3.5 knots, power is supplied by a hydraulic pump driven by the main propellor shaft. At other times, power automatically switches to being supplied by the ship's batteries. Direction input is selected form one of 3 sourses: Brookes & Gatehouse fluxgate compass, or B&G angle, or Cousins and Plath magnetic compass (providing back up in case the B&G system should fail), B&G analoque displays for wind speed, wind direction and compass and compass course; multi function digital display for boat speed and depth, Skianti VHF radio etc. Aft cockpit: the following B&G analogue instruments are concealed in a pop -up unit immediately in front of the aft cockpit: wind speed, wind direction, magnified wind direction, boat speed, compass course, depth, furling controls for the genoa and the staysail and controls for the hydraulic winches are recessed into both sides of the aft cockpit, a Skanti VHF radio and engine instruments are also recessed into the sides of the cockpit.The steering wheel pedestal contains: C-Plath Venus compass, Autopilot kill switch, takeover control, and direction control, Magellan GPS NAV 5000, B&G digital multi funtion for boat speed, depth etc., propellor pitch control, rudder indicator, bowthruster direction controls, and controls for lowering and raising the thruster, mainsail furling and outhaul control buttons, control buttons for raising and lowering the stern platform, control buttons to raise and lower the main anchor, engine throttle lever and button for putting engine into and out of gear.


opening platform at stern (hydraulic), flush deck hatches by Dubbel & Jesse, windlasses, both mounted on the foredeck and with winching drums as well as gypsies: 1 Lewmar 3000 V. hydraulic windlass and 1 Lewmar 3,000 VE electric windlass, (Lewmar Commander 4 system driving the main windlass and cockpit winches), on foredeck raise and lower foot controls in the deck for both anchor windlasses, 3 anchors (1s.s. plough anchor, weigth 125 pounds / 1 CQR plough anchor, 92 pounds / 1 Fishermans anchor, 70 pounds), 100 metres of 12mm s.s. chain, 15 metres of 12mm galvanised chain, 5 metres of 16mm galvanised chain + 40mm rope, 2x 50 metre kedge anchor ropes, Bauer air compressor: used for filling diving bottles, and to supply to a long compressed air line, for example, to clear blocked drainage lines, WAP high pressure water machine and long high pressure hose, 2x Ballonfabrik Ausgburg 6 persons liferafts are contained in launching platforms within the stainless steel bars of the pushpit, a substantial gangway folds on two and stows neatly in the centre of the stern, pole mounted on stern port quarter carries an Aerogen wind generator and the small antenna serving the mini M satellite telephone/fax, mounting breakers on starboard quarter carry an outboard motor, a Jontron Sarsat compass EPIRB, Avon S340 rigid bottom inflatable sportboat and 15 hp. Yamaha motor, dinghy davits at stern, large bow sail locker, aft lazarette locker, long electricity shore supply cable, long water supply hose, numerous mooring and other ropes, 2 Sun Panels, Spares: MTU starter motor and alternator, most parts for the Onan generator, numerous fuel, oil and watermaker filters, PCB for the Victron battery, 3 life jackets, 3 life lines, 1 lifebelt (all secumar), several fenders, additionally for emergency requirements should they ever arise a Sailomat 600 series windwane and mounting bracket, a spare genoa, staysail and mainsail.


All sails are furl hydraulically by Reckmann power pack driving (foresails RF90 series and mainsail furling by RMR series): mainsail (68 sqm), genoa (100 sqm), staysail (70 sqm), gennaker (110 sqm),
The foresails are original, supplied in Dacron by Reckmann, the Spectra mainsail is in mast furling and was supplied by Hoods Sydney loft in 1994.
The genoa, staysail and mainsail were serviced by Hoods of Australia in December 1998 and the sun protection strips were renewed.
The staysail is a high aspect sail and gives excellent upwind performance in stronger wind conditions.
Sailing downwind, both the genoa and the staysail can be pulled out creating a large sail area which can be easily reefed hydraulically.
Navtec for raising and lowering the boom vang, for tensioning the backstays and for tensioning the genoa, staysail and mainsail halyards to adjust sail shape.

Rod rigging by Hugo G Reckmann GmbH, Mast - thick wall with inmast furling main, keel stepped; 25 metres from keel to masthead, two sets of spreaders, one pole, mounted on the mast and controlled by an Andersen line tender, twin fixed backstays; tensioning adjusted by Navtac hydraulics Halyard tensioning for optimum sail shape also adjusted by Navtec hydraulics, running backstays to the upper spreaders; checkstays also available to the lower spreaders for ocean voyages, babystay and removable inner forestay.


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

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