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"Yonder" is built at world's famous shipyard Royal Huisman Shipyard in Vollenhove. She can be inspected in Vollenhove after making an appointment. Her exceptional design makes her a very fast sailing yacht. She is equipped with a.o. Hood full battened mainsail and furling headsails. In short, she was built and equipped to the highest standards.


Dimensions   19,52 x 5,05 x 2,20 (m)
Material   aluminium
Built   1988
Engine(s)   1 x Mercedes OM352 6 cyl. Diesel
HP/Kw   95 (hp), 70 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales information   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   paid

General - HUISMAN 64

Aluminium sailing yacht Huisman 64 ''Yonder'', built in 1988, building number 349, registerred in Holland under 5618 ZG 1988, dim.: 19.52 (lwl 15.80) x 5.05 x 2.25 m, headway approx. 26 m, built by Royal Huisman Shipyard Vollenhove in Holland, designed by Jac de Ridder, hull built in 4 and 5 mm above waterline and 5, 6 and 8 mm below the waterline, teak deck on 4 mm aluminium plating, teak in the cockpit and on the superstructure all on aluminium, aluminium superstructure, round-bilged white hull with lightblue striping, fin keel with 10 tons ballast and a small bulb, keel plating 8 mm on the sides and 10 mm on the bottom, displacement approx. 23.000 kg, fuel capacity approx. 800 ltr. in two integrated aluminium hulltanks plus 60 ltr. in a fuel daytank with manual and automatic fuel tank pump, water capacity approx. 1.150 ltr. in 4 aluminium hull-integrated tanks, aluminium hull-integrated 120 ltr. black water sump tank, aluminium hull-integrated 100 ltr. grey water sump tank, Edson-Rondal steering with a stainless steel leather-covered steering wheel of 1.100 mm diameter, emergency tiller.


Classic teak interior, 3 cabins with a total of 7/11 berths, large aft cabin with seperate entrance to an aft cockpit, B&G master display for navigational info, sockets for 24 and 220 Volt and removable speakers, ventilators, several opening portlights in the superstructure, 2 deckprismas for additional light and large drawers and lockers for storage, a double on the portside and a single on the starboardside, in the passageway starboard aft is a cabin with 2 berths one on either side of the passageway, starboard a lot of lockers, opening porthole, added storage in lockers at the bulkhead towards the aft cabin and access to the electra panel, vents, socket for 24 Volt and 220 Volt and port a removable bed for easy access to the large engine room, port foreward cabin with 2 single berths one on top of the other, large lockerspace and drawers, starboard foreward are large lockers and the head with manual Queen Blake toilet, washbowl with waterpressure and a footpump and shower, in the passageway port aft is the second head with manual Queen Blake toilet, removable washbowl with waterpressure and a footpump, a second seperate showercabin also with washbowl and waterpressure, the saloon has a headroom of approx. 2.20 m, port an L-sofa convertable to a double or 4e single and starboard a sofa that can be used as berth, lots of lockers, drawers and cupboards and storage below, foreward is the saillocker annex storage room with 2 pipeberths, the galley is opposite the vavigation area next to the entrance and is equipped with a.o.: Webasto DBW 2010 (1988) 24 Volt 11,6 kW hot water heating system with controls in every cabin, hot water system via boiler both engine and 220 heated, water pressure system and footpumps for salt and sweet water, an Alpes Inox 3-burner gas stove with oven, double stainless steel sink, L-shaped worktop, remote gas switch, engine-driven compressor for the large refrigerator euipped with 2 cooling plates, full crockery and pots and panns, large amount of drawers, lockers and cupboards, integrated dustbin.


Mercedes OM352 6 cylinder diesel engine nr. 352.900.000.345651marinised by Wizemann to a WM 130 105 hp at 2800 revs., Velvet type 10.18.012 hydraulic gearbox (2.91:1), indirect cooling system, consumption approx. 10 ltr./h., racor fuelfiltersystem, speed approx. 9 knots, 3-bladed Max prop with a diameter of 635 mm rotating counterclockwise, stainless steel 316 45 mm propellershaft of 3200 mm length and a flexible shaft coupling, manual and electric bilge pump, deckwash, electric circuit 24 V., Tudor batteries: start 135 Ah. 24 Volt type 13S-30 ENG and 640 Ah 24 volt type DHPS 80-8 service batteries, shore power with cable,

eartbreaker several group breakers and shorepoverinsulator, battery charger. meters for Ams and volts for 24 Volt service and start system and for 220 Volt shorepower, engine controls for revs, temp, volt oilpressure, gearboxoilpressure and hours (4126), large custom electra panel, Huisman custom alarm system.


Suunto D-165 magnetic steering compass mounted on the superstructure in front of the entrance for ease of steering and a second Suunto D-165 magnetic compass mounted on the pedestal, Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 390 system for all sailing instruments including Halcyon compass, 2 MFD displays, 360 degrees wind, magnified wind, windspeed, sonic speed, depth sounder, and 2 master displays all positioned at the helm, at the entrance and in the ownerscabin, Sailor 2047 VHF Duplex with atis Sailor power unit N420, handheld VHF, Skanti TRP 8251 S NL (TRP 8400 ) 250 Watt SSB tranceiver, Furuno 1831 MKII radar, Furuno FSN 90 satellite navigator, Autohelm 6000 autopilot type II with linear drive at the foreward cockpit, STD-C Thrane and Thrane SAT com C installation with a satellite laptop and HP Deskjet 340 printer in the ownerscabin, Furuno 208a weatherfax with Navtex module, Philips MK8 GPS, Lokata Navtex 1, KUM 850 Antenna system, Sony ICFG 2001 SSB receiver, Pioneer EQ 220 equalizer, DEH 425 radio and a Pioneer KPX440 casette-player for all purpose radio stereo on board with removable speakers, clock, barometer.


Sprayhood (2x) both with stainless steel bars, cockpit cover (2x), life lines on deck, Avon 10 pers. liferaft in container, Lewmar 3000 electric windlass with a 50 kg Bruce anchor and 30 meter 1/2 " chain for the bow, 50 kg storm anchor stowed at the stern, bathing ladder, sea railing, 7 large deckhatches, 14 opening portlights in the superstructure and on deck, 7 large deck-integrated dorades, 2 antenna carriers at stern, open pushpit, outboard bracket on the pullpit, safe in ownerscabin, lots of spare parts + extensive set of tools, a total of 6 integrated anodes, large aft lazareth behind the cockpit accessed via 2 large hatches in the cockpit. floating line attached to the pullpit, a total of 4 lifebuoy lights, epirb attached to the stern, Rondal fittings on all teak hatches, Huisman filesystem for all books manuals and drawings.


Cutter-rigged, Rondal keel-stepped two spreader white aluminium mast, profiletype RM 3190, Rondal hydrofurl size 2 furling headsail system, Hood seafurl II manual furling innerforestay system on a quick release removable stay, sailnumber H3147, navtec hydraulic 2-speed central pump system in the foreward cockpit for backstay, outhaul, innerforestay and boom vang, all Lewmar grey anodized selftailing (AST) winches o.w. a few 3-speed: 1x type 46 spi halyard, 1x type 55 topping lift, 1x type 55 main halyard and 1x type 65 genoa halyard all 4 2-speed at the mastfoot, 4x type 65 3-speed genoa/spi and staysail sheet winches at the foreward cockpit, 1x electric type 65 multipurpose winch at the aft of the foreward cockpit, 1x type 55 main sheet, 1x type 46 foreguy, 1x type 52 reef winch all at the entrance and equipped with 2 Spinnlock stoppers, 2x type 55 2-speed selftailers placed at the aft cockpit, deck-stored white Rondal spi booms, mainly Navtec-Rod standing rigging but Dyform running backstay and babystay, jockey pole, sailplan: P=21,9 m, E= 6,65 m makes 73 m2 full battened Hood mainsail, I=24 m, J=7,35 m, LP=9,92 m furling genoa I, cuttersail, spi and MPS, all Lewmar and Rondal deck equipment, Gleistein running rigging and Goyot tracks for headsails, Lewmar traveller system with stopper aft of the foreward cockpit.


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