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  • De Valk Monnickendam
    Hoogedijk 6
    1145 PM Katwoude
    The Netherlands

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"Tyfoon" is a Satellite 44, designed by Kees van de Stadt. Some keywords: well balanced, very stiff, strong and relatively lightweight hull, safe and built for the discerning yachtsman. Equipped with a hydraulic lifting keel - 1.64 / 2.84 M - which makes this yacht a versatile sailer. Comfortable inland and blue water cruising, speed and even exploring the Arctic waters. It can do it all. Built with nothing less than high quality materials and A-1 brand hardware. Interest sparked? Don't hesitate to contact us.

Harald Padberg
Yacht Broker


Dimensions   13,30 x 4,16 x 1,64 / 2,84 (m)
Material   epoxy and foam core
Built   2008
Engine(s)   1 x VW Marine SDi-4 diesel
HP/Kw   60 (hp), 44,1 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   for sale
Vat   paid
Asking price   € 169.000


Type   sailing yacht  
LOA (m)   13,30
Beam (m)   4,16
Draft (m)   2,84
Draft min (m)   1,64
Air draft (m)   23,00
Headroom (m)   2,15
Year built   2008
Launched   March 2009  
Builder   GCB Composietbouw
Country   The Netherlands  
Designer   Kees van de Stadt
Displacement (t)   9
Ballast (tonnes)   3,84
Hull material   epoxy and foam core  
Hull colour   blue  
Hull shape   round-bilged  
Keel type   lifting keel  Hydraulic
Superstructure material   composite  
Deck material   composite  
Window material   polycarbonate  
Deckhatch   4 X with shade / screen  Lewmar
Portholes   6 X
Fuel tank (litre)   epoxy  300 L.
Level indicator (fuel tank)   Ultrasonic sensor - needs to be connected  
Freshwater tank (litre)   epoxy  600 L.
Level indicator (freshwater)   Ultrasonic sensor - needs to be connected  
Blackwater tank (litre)   epoxy  
Wheel steering   Jefa Transmission Steering system
Emergency tiller   yes
More info on hull   General survey report will be available in short notice  
Extra info   Twin balanced rudder, hydraulic lifting keel with manual override. Electronic pushbutton keel operation in cockpit. Performance: speeds of 16+ knots under sail have been clocked !!  


Cabins   2
Berths   6
Interior   beech  
Floor   Esthec
Headroom saloon (m)   2.15 M.
Heating   central heating  
Navigation center   yes
Chart table   yes
Dinette   yes
Opening door to cockpit   yes
Galley   with soft close drawers  
Countertop   Duropal  
Sink   stainless steel  
Cooker   Force 10 - new / nieuw / neu
Oven   Force 10 - new / nieuw / neu
Fridge   Waeco Coolmatic CB-040 & Waeco Coolmatic RSD-115
Hot water system   prepared
Water pressure system   electrical  
Owners cabin   v-bed  
Bed length (m)   2.00 M
Wardrobe   hanging and shelves  
Bathroom   en suite  
Wash basin   in the bathroom  
Shower   en suite  
Guest cabin 1   double bed  
Bed length (m)   2.05 M
Wardrobe   hanging and shelves  
Toilet   shared  
Toilet system   manual  
Wash basin   at the toilet  
Extra info   Currently cold water only - warm water system is prepared - boiler and shower needs to be installed. Starboard and portside benches can be used as a berth. Owners and aft cabin mattresses with Viva Clip spring/ventilation system  


No of engines   1
Make   VW Marine
Type   SDi-4
HP   60
kW   44,10
Fuel   diesel  
Engine hours   457
Engine cooling system   freshwater heat exchanger  
Drive   sail-drive  
Engine controls   bowden cable  Spinlock
Gearbox   hydraulic  
Propeller type   folding  Gori overdrive
Propeller blades   3
Manual bilge pump   yes
Electric bilge pump   automatic and manual operation  2 X
Electrical installation   12/220V
Start battery   Optima Red Top 815A/50Ah - 2019
Battery monitor   Studer SBM-04
Battery charger/inverter   Studer Xtender XTH 5000
Shorepower   with cable  
Extra info   Engine powered: cruising speed 7 knots - maximum speed 9,5 knots. The VW engine has a 3 KVA 230V AC generator. This AC power is fed into the Studer Xtender XTH 5000 inverter/charger and into the boat's installation. This will handle 5 KVA and 8 KVA startup power and it also charges the batteries. Together it will deliver more than enough power for the entire electrical system. Monitoring and control: switchboard for 230V / 24 VDC / 12 VDC and navigationsystem. Fuse box for the heavy duty fuses to the batteries, inverter/charger, liftkeel and switchboards.  


Compass   Plastiomo
Electric compass   Autohelm Personal Compass handheld
Depth sounder/log   NMEA 2000 + Airmar speed
Forw. looking depth sounder   Interphase iScan V90
Windset   none - NMEA 2000 cable is prepared in top of the mast  
VHF   Inside: Garmin VHF200i  
VHF handheld   Oudside: Garmin GHS10i  
Autopilot   none - Jefa drive prepared  
Radar/GPS/plotter   Computer WIN GPS
Navtex   yes
Personal computer   yes
PC connection   yes
Wifi antenna   yes
Electronis chart(s)   Weather infobox 490 Synop decoder DWD
AIS receiver   yes
AIS transponder   yes
Navigation lights   LED Toplight  


Anchor   Rocna 25
Sea railing   wire  
Grab rail (superstructure)   teak  
Railing side opening gates   2 X
Pushpit   yes
Pulpit   yes
Fenders   6 X
Mooring lines   yes
Alarm system   exhaust & bilge alarm  
TV   Philips


Rigging   fractional  
Standing rigging   Rod  
Brand mast   John mast  
Material mast   aluminium  
Spreaders   3 sets - angle 15°  
Keel stepped mast   yes
Reefing System   quick-one-line-reefing  
Backstay adjuster   hydraulic  Sailtec
Boomvang   mechanical and tackle  
Primary sheet winch   2 X Andersen 46ST -2-speed
Secondary sheet winch   2 X Andersen 58ST - 2 speed
Multifunctional winches   2 X Andersen 46ST - 2 speed
Gennaker pole   carbon  
Extra info   Mainsail: Gaastra Custom Axis Laminate with batten. Category: 3 Technora 60 m2. Full batten upgrade incl. battcars. Three reefing points. Laminated radiale corners, clew, tack and head. Control lines in leech and foot. Jib Gaastra High aspect Custom Axis Laminate with batten. Categorie: 2 Technora. 37 m2. Tray dacron UV protection. Laminated radiale corners. Control lines in leech and foot. Gaastra Gennaker 150 m2. Mainsail and Jib are of high quality can be used in light and heavy weather. All sails are used very little. Harken Furl system MKIV Unit 3 - through deck operated from the cockpit. Inner forestay is available - never used. Two running backstays. Winches can be converted to electrical units. Deck blocks all Ronstan ballbearing and high quality. Ronstan tracks 30 series. Ronstan ball bearing travellers with control sheaves. Ronstan ball bearing sheave for sheets. Line clamps Spinlock.  
Extra info   A brief description about the building process. The seller and designer started from scratch. Seller wanted to have a yacht which had to be safe, light weighted, easy to handle (like a small open boat), capable of sailing shallow waters, had to have performance qualities and a spacious interior with comfort. During the designing and building process, seller and designer consulted and collaborated with renowned professionals from various industries among which craftsmen from Fokker Aerospace, the professionals from Polyworx, which are specialists in building Composite / Core-Cell structures and of course several highly skilled specialists from the Dutch boating building industry. The hull requires almost no maintenance and there is no risk of rotting, delaminating or osmosis. Vacuum infusion method is used to build the hull instead of the hand lay-up, which can cause problems. This infusion method assures an extremely high quality and resin-fiber ratio. The inherently high strength and light weight make this material ideal for a performance cruising yacht. An added advantage is that the closed cell structure makes it air-tight and extremely suitable for vacuum infusion. High-density foam has been used in critical places in the hull and deck to enable an extreme strong mounting surface of the rails. This technique has also been used for deck - hull connection. Main rigging chain plates are mounted directly on reinforcements which assures no stretch on the through deck connection. Front and backstay chain plates are fabricated of extra wide laminated and multiple layers of carbon band. Forces are very well distributed over a large surface. Keel area / surrounding is a solid laminate. Inner and outer laminate come together to assure a bullet-proof structure .The keel box runs through this surface and is casted in reinforced epoxy, all the way up. This assures that the keel box is completely clamped-in and is much stronger compared to a bolted keel.  


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