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BEACHCOMBER 38

Dimensions   11,50 x 3,80 x 1,30 (m)
Material   steel
Built   1978
Engine(s)   1 x BMC Commander Diesel
HP/Kw   62 (hp), 45,57 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - BEACHCOMBER 38

Steel sailing yacht Beachcomber "Zon", built in 1978/1979, dim.: 11,50 (10,00) x 3,80 x 1,30 m, built by Shipyard De Rietpol in Spaarndam, designed by Kees Koopman, steel deck and superstructure, kim keel, displacement approx. 9,5 tonnes, ballast approx. 2,75 tonnes, fuel capacity approx. 2x 300 ltr, water capacity approx. 1000 ltr + 300 ltr, sump tank approx. 30 ltr, emergency tiller.

Accommodation

Classic/teak interior, saloon, 3 cabins, 6 +2 berths, manual toilet, shower, heating, electric water pressure system, hot water system via boiler, 2-burner stove, refrigerator 12V.

Machinery

BMC Commander 62 hp, 4 cilinder, building year 1978/1979, hydraulic gearbox, 3 bladed propeller shaft, speed approx. 7 knots, consumption approx. 4 ltr/h., manual bilge pump, shore power, battery charger, electric circuit 12V/24V, 3x batteries 12V.

Navigation

Sestrel compass, Seafarer echosounder, Walker Mark V log, Sailor VHF, Autohelm 5000 autopilot, GPS.

Equipment

De Vries sprayhood (2003), sun awning, searchlight, capstan, Bruche anchor with 30 meter chain, swimming ladder, fenders, charts, fire extinguisher.

Rigging

Cutter-rigged, aluminium mast, furling jib, De Vries sails, mainsail 25 m2, mainsail cover, reefing system, 4 big winches and 2 small winches, spi boom.

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

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