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Equipped with the very best rigging and equipment, this Wasa 51 Atlantic is a simple joy to sail. Below decks sumptuous accommodations, lovely teak joinery and a rich atmosphere. Current owner kept "Jans" in a very good condition. If you are hooked on performance, style and comfort, this is a yacht worthwhile considering.

WASA 51 ATLANTIC

Dimensions   15,45 x 3,30 x 2,15 (m)
Material   grp
Built   1989
Engine(s)   1 x Volvo MD17C Diesel
HP/Kw   35 (hp), 25,73 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Monnickendam
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - WASA 51 ATLANTIC

Wasa 51 Atlantic "Jans", launched in 1989, built by Wasa Yachts in Sweden, dim.: Loa 15,45 m (Lwl 12,00 m) x 3,30 m x 2,15 m, headway: 17,5 m (20,5 m incl. VHF antenna), design by Marin Angermar, hull: hand laid GRP with balsa core, superstructure: GRP balsa sandwich, deck: GRP balsa core sandwich construction with a 12 mm teak deck, hardened glass windows, Lewmar hatches, round bilged hull - off white with blue striping, fin keel lead with s.s. bolts attached to hull, rudder: cantilevered balanced spade rudder, displacement: 6,5 tonnes, ballast: 3,3 tonnes, fuel tank: 200 litres (s.s.), fresh water: 350 litres in two tanks (s.s.), sump tank: 40 litres (s.s.), Edson wheel steering, emergency tiller.

Accommodation

Classic teak interior, saloon + three cabins, 6 (+2) berths, toilet room, manual toilet (in wast tank / just outside), Gastherm 3500 GTE Electronic central heating with radiators, Isothemp 0220 boiler 20 litres (220v/engine), SHURFLO Diahragma 220-213-33 electric water pressure system, galley with two sinks (s.s.), Isotherm 3000/3500 fridge, Mobilife 01018 gas stove (gas hose replaced in 2002).

Machinery

Volvo MD17C 3 cylinder 35 hp diesel engine - overhauled in 2002, Volvo Penta / Saildrive 110 S, diaphragm ring replaced in 2002, Morse engine control, consumption approx. 4 litres per hour, approx. 7,5 knots at 900 rpm, Volvo Penta three bladed folding propeller of 1993, anode replaced in 2003, fire extinguisher: ABC Powder 2 kg (must be inspected) , manual and an ITT Jabsco PAR electric bilge pump, electric circuit: 12v/220v, batteries: Freedom 72 ah. of 2001 + Mastervolt Deepcycle gel : 2x 120 ah + 2x 75 ah. of 2001, Mastervolt Masterlink BTM1 battery screen of 2001, shore power, Mastervolt 12 / 40-30 Ivosmart battery charger of 2001, VDO battery/fuel and water gauge. VDO alarm ('99) for: oil-, water- and water outlet temperature.

Navigation

Suunto D135 K/S compass O 1989, SIMRAD IS15 speed/depth/temp. of 2000, SIMRAD IS15 wind + tack of 2000, Shipmate RS 8315 VHF of 1998 with Atis and speakers in- and outside, Skanti USE 300/TRP 3012 DE VHF of 1989 with speaker inside, Simrad GP 40 GPS/chartplotter - 10 inch of 2000, NASA Marine Target Navtex Pro of 1998, Raytheon SL 70 radar of 2001, autopilot: Simrad WP 30 Wheelpilot of 2000, Morbi radar reflector of 2000, Sony CDX 4000 RX stereo with CD-player of 2001 with Lenco speakers outside of 2001.

Equipment

Sprayhood, Plastimo 16246 Cannister Offshore plus 6 persons life raft (next inspection 2005), Avon Rover 320 tender of 1992 with Mercury 2,5 hp outboard of 1992 - overhauled in 2000, Dan Buoy: Plastimo Automatic light disconnector, two anchors: CQR 45 lbs. anchor + Bruce anchor (15 kg -s.s.), 10 meter chain + 40 meter line, two wired sea railing s.s.

Rigging

Sloop rigged 7/8, Selden aluminium anodised mast, Hasselfors s.s. fittings, Furlex 300S headsail furling system of 2003, single line reefing system of 2003, sails: De Vries mainsail Hydranet 380 gr. - 55 m2 of 2002, De Vries H.A. jib Dacron 37,5 m2 of 1999, De Vries genoa Hydranet 380 - 50 m2 of 2002, Carlson Sails light weather genoa Dacron - 50 m2 of 1993, storm jib of Horizon Sails dacron - 20 m2 of 1989, Carlson Sails spinnaker 75 oz. Dacron - 110 m2 of 1989, sail cover, single line reefing system of 2003, backstay adjuster, Selden heavy duty gas rod kicker of 1999, Barbarossa winches: 4x 62-2 ST + 2x 52-2 ST -all overhauled in 2002, Rutgerson Selftacker and Traveller.

Disclaimer

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