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In 1991 the current (and only!) owner provided the perimeters to the well known design office "Van de Stadt Design". These were as clear as ambitious, a strong, fast, close to the wind sailing yacht with variable draft and plenty of deckspace, especially in the cockpit area. "Cees van Tongeren" from the design office Van de Stadt design, did indeed a wonderful job, being responsible for the drawings of the "HEIDENSKIP" 65 ft. As the shipyard ALUBOOT from the small town of Hindeloopen in Holland had been the owners favorite builder for many years the contract was given to this yard which is also known for building immensely strong and fast lifeboats. Now after many satisfying miles of sailing, the experienced owner decided to build a larger boat in the same concept and to sell his captain maintained and continiuously upgraded and well cared for "HEIDENSKIP" 65 ft lifting keel aluminium performance sailingyacht.
This is your chance to purchase an easy handling and safe "go anywhere globetrotter" well below the replacement cost! Commissioned in 1992 this is a very desirable sailing yacht of great strength and grace. Once you have sailed her we are sure that this boat will live up to your expectations in every way.
"Heidenskip" is the ideal boat for the couple that is looking for a yacht ready to go anywhere and still be able to go on anchor in the shallows of the carribean.

65 ' ALUMINIUM SLOOP

Dimensions   20,00 x 5,40 x 1,70 (m)
Material   aluminium
Built   1992
Engine(s)   1 x Man 6 cylinder Diesel
HP/Kw   160 (hp), 117,6 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   not paid
   

General - 65 ' ALUMINIUM SLOOP

65 FT Aluminium sailingyacht "Heidenskip", launched in 1992, built by Aluboot Hindeloopen - the Netherlands, designed by Van de Stadt, dim 20.00 x (lwl 16.50) 5.40 x 1.70/3.70 meter, built in aluminium type AlmG 4.5 hull and superstructure, 10 mm teak in the cockpit floor and on the helmsman seats in the cockpit, round-bilged light blue hull with single white line on top and doble wide striping on the waterline, light grey anti skid painted aluminium deck, white painted aluminium superstructure, 6 large goyot opening deckhatches on the superstructure and 1 in the foredeck, 2 prismas for added light inside, 2 x 5 opening gebo ports in the side of the superstructure, blue underwaterpaint, lifting wing keel, 2 free-hanging rudders, displacement approx. 33 tons (fully loaded), ballast approx. 14 tons, fuel capacity in 3 tanks: 1050 litres; 800 litres; 550 litres - total 2400 litres plus a fuel day tank, water capacity in 3 x 550 litres - total 1650 litres, approx. 1000 litres sump tank, 100 litres (22 Imp gallons) GRP black water tank, hydraulic steering, two steering positions, large foreward decklocker and 3 large aft Lazareths.

Accommodation

Classic teak interior with a total of 3 cabins and the possibillity to use the starboard sofa as an additional bed, this makes it possible to make a total of 8 berths. Foreward is the ownerscabin with a queen size bed and ensuit facillities containing a vacuflush toilet, seperate hower with thermostatc valves, a large worktop with washbowl and ample storage, directly aft of the ownerscabin to port is the spacious U-sofa and opposite that is the additional small sofa. Port central is the foreward facing galley, starboard aft of the sofa is the foreward facing navigation table. Directly aft of that is the second head with manual toilet shower and washbowl, starboard aft is the guest cabin with 2 beds one over the other. Between the guest cabin and the head is an additional sofa that doubles as a bed. Port aft of the galley is the captains cabin with a double. Between the guest and captainscabin is the very heavy sound-insulated engineroom with access doors from both sides. The domestic equipment includes a 3-burner Forze 10 stainless steel gas stove with oven, high performance waterpressure system with hot water via a boiler heated bij both main engine and 220 Volt, a 200 liter/hour watermaker, 2 electric-driven refrigerators, and a deep freeze.

Machinery

Main engine and generator.
1991 MAN diesel 6 cylinder engine - 121 kw/160 hp - 4600 hours on the 1st of may 2005.
MicroCommander engine controls on both helm stations.
Max Prop 3-bladed automatic feathering propeller.
1997 Northern Lights generator - 16 kW - 6140 hours on the 1st of may 2005.
Power systems:
House battery bank 24 Volt: 8 x 8D absorbed glass batteries - new 2004.
Mass 3000 VA Invertor.


2 Automatic battery chargers from Mastervolt 1 x 50 amp 24 Volt and 1x 100 amp 24 Volt
Bilge system:
1 manual bilgepump in the cockpit.
1 electric bilgepump with manifold for 3 compartments.
1 backup vacuumpump normaly used for the vacflush toilet but connected to the bilge system.
1 small electric bilgepump for the bilge under sail.

Navigation

Navigational instruments at the port helm:
Ritchi Powerdamp magnetic pedestal compass, Microcommander engine controls, bowthruster controls, 2 x Raymarin ST 60 multi instruments, Raymarine ST 60 windinstrument, Raymarine ST7000+ autopilot control, Skanti 3000 VHF with speaker, draft display, 24 Volt plug, keel control buttons and most electric navigational switches.
Navigational instruments and navtec controls at the starboard helm:
Ritchi Powerdamp magnetic pedestal compass, MicroCommander engine controls, bowthruster controls, 2 x Raymarine ST60 multi instruments, Raymarine ST 60 windinstrument, Raymarine autopilot control, analog engine revs and the central Navtec manual hydraulic manifold with pump and valves.
Navigational instruments above the entrance:
Raymarine ST 60 Speed, multi, depth and wind instruments:
At the navstation inside:
Sailor Compact HF SSB RE2100, Sailor Compact VHF RT2047, Pioneer CD players x 2 Icom IC-M1 portable VHF radio, Westinghouse Series 1000 satellite phone (not currently functioning), Raytheon ST7000 autopilot, Raytheon ST60 multi instrument, Furuno Marine radar 1930; Furuno heading sensor C-2000, Motorola Traxar GPS, Furuno facsimile receiver FAX-210, Shipmate Navigator RS5800/C GPS, Shipmate RS5960 D-GPS receiver, Trimble Navgraphic XL GPS and plotter Assorted Maptech charts, Prosser Weathertrend digital barometer.

Equipment

Fixed doghouse with security glass windows, Lewmar hydraulic anchor windlass type 3000 for the 80 lb Delta anchor with 90 meter stainless steel chain, 2nd Danforth anchor with chain and rope, AB RIB dinghy with Yamaha 15 hp outboard engine new late 2003, aluminium davits with electric hoists,
Safety Equipment: ACR Category 1 Satellite 406 Epirb, BFA 8 pers liferaft, Jon Buoy recovery module,
Mustang Air Force manual inflation life jackets, Crewsaver life jackets, horseshoe lifebuoy with floating strobe light on the stern
Miscellanious: Fixed blue bimini top, cockpit awning for daily use, two large awnings to cover most of deck area, folding cockpit table, folding gangway, deckwash, removable outboard bracket, open pulpit, searailing with opening ports in the side, 6 seperate white dorades with hull colour blue inside, bathing platform, boarding ladder, aluminium electric operated davids.

Rigging

Sloop cutter-rigged, Rondal white aluminum keel-stepped mast with three sets of spreaders. Rondal boom, Rondal electric hydraulic headsail system and Rondal electric hydraulic inner forestay system, Harken batcar track and cars on the mast for the mainsail, carbon fibre deck stoored spi pole, spi pole track on the mast. Navtec manual hydraulic system with central pump and manifold in the cockpit for the double backstay adjusters, the boomvang, the outhall and the halyards for headsail and inner forestay. Stainless steel Rod rigging (replaced in 2002), 1 Lewmar x type 46 manual 2-speed selftailing halyard winch on the mast. All other winches electric hydraulic 2-speed selftailing Lewmar: 2 x type 650 for the running backstays, 2 x type 700 as primery sheetwinches, 2 x type 650 for the main sheet and reefs one on each side of the entrance and both with a set of Lewmar stoppers, 2 x type 550 halyard winches one on each side of the mast.
Sails: a set of sales from Hood in Vectran 2002 full-battened main, furling staysail, furling genoa
a set of sales from Hood 1998 full-battened main, furling yankee and furling genoa.
Additional sails: storm jib and trysail and reacher on a furler all from 1992.
The size of the sails are: main sail 108 m2, furling genoa 120% 120 m2, the staysail is 47 m2 in total 275 m2, the reacher is 156 m2 and the storm trysail is 34 m2.
Deckgear: Fredriksen mastfootblocks, Fredricksen genoa and innerforesail tracks and cars, Rondal Towrail blockbrackets, removable running backstays, insulated backstay, spreader lights, maststeps for the first 3 meter, antal stoppers on the mast, lazy jacks, blue mainsailcover.
Hallyards: 2 x spi, 1 x main, 1 x genoa, 1 x toplift, 1 x inner foresail.

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