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" Jennifer Anne " is a very special classic motor yacht
launched on Saturday 8th of April 1939.

She's well maintained, charming and very special motor yacht.
Only a very few of her sisterships survived World WarTwo.
We are honoured to have "Jennifer Anne" in our harbour in Sneek.

CLASSIC SILVER M. YACHT

Dimensions   11,30 x 3,02 x 1,60 (m)
Material   wood
Built   1939
Engine(s)   2 x beta bf 2803 Diesel
HP/Kw   62 (hp), 45,57 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Sneek
Status   sold
Vat   exempt
   

General - CLASSIC SILVER M. YACHT

Built of Teak on oak frames with Teak Decks and Superstructure by James A. Silver Ltd Rosneath designed by John Bain.

Maintained to a high standard both in appearances and mechanically and has been cruised in the coastal and inland waters of the Netherlands, Belgium and France. She has been used extensively as a Race Committee vessel for Yacht Racing in the Solent. New engines and high level of electrical systems to support Race Committee requirements were installed in May 1998.

Accommodation

From bow to stern:
Chain Locker for 50+ metres of anchor chain, 110 Litre Fresh Water tank with stop tap linked into pressurised domestic water supply.

Forward Heads
fitted with Baby Blake WC, washbasin with hot and cold water and escape hatch. Storage space available for fenders and ropes

Saloon
fitted with original leaded glass cupboards and storage cupboards beneath. Two single settee berths with good storage lockers underneath; back rests that can be raised for two additional top bunks. Drop-leaf table fitted in centre of saloon with fitted cutlery drawers.

Galley
fitted with Calor Gas Cooker with 4 burners, worktops, storage cupboards and drawers, to Port drainage board and original china sink. To Starboard a 80 litre Fridge (24 volt) with Stainless Steel interior and worktop above, plate and glass racks and further worktop with cupboards below. Steps to the wheelhouse.

Wheelhouse
Port side sliding door with hatch above to side deck, steering position with engine controls. To Starboard a siding door to the deck and two folding bench seats with cushions. Storage space both sides under side decks and storage cupboard on the aft bulkhead under the chart table.

Aft Cabin
on the Starboard side Heads (also duplicates as a wet locker) fitted with Baby Blake WC (not operating), on the Port side hanging wardrobe. Two bunks either side of the cabin with storage space and draws. Aft end of cabin an escape hatch and an original china basin with hot and cold water and storage cupboard underneath housing the master switch between Shore/Off/Ship electrical power (220 Volts).

Machinery

A pair of new Beta BF2803 Diesel Engines installed May 1998 with Borg Warner Gear Boxes (Gear Boxes originally built in early 1970s reconditioned and fitted 1998).
Engines Technical Data: 5 Cylinders Volume 2764cc Stroke 87x92.4mm Max BHP @ 2800rpm 62BHP Net Weight (Approx) 350KG. Ca. 1100 hours, Performance guide 7 knots at approx 2100 rpm using approx 1 Gal per engine per hour.
Stainless steel shafts with 3 blade propellorsr.









Fuel and Water Tanks
2 x 225 Litre Fuel Tanks feeding each engine located in the Aft Lazarette.
2 linked Water Tanks on Starboard side of the engine room (170 Litres)
1 Water Tank in Starboard locker in Wheelhouse (110 Litres)
1 Water Tank Aft of the Chain Locker (110 Litres)
2 x 40 Litre Calorifiers each connected to one engine

Electrical Equipment
Both Engines fitted with 70 amp 12 Volt Alternators with Sterling Alternator Managers.
Port Engine fitted with additional 100 amp 24 Volt Alternator with Sterling Alternator Manager connected to a new (fitted 2003) 24 volt/220 volt Inverter connected to 220-240 Volt Shore supply with master switch between Shore/Off/Ship and Domestic type trip switches. All above electrical items (excluding the Inverter) fitted 1998 with the new engines.

Ships lighting 24 Volt
2 x Solar Panels for boosting 24 Volt Batteries
2 x 12 volt Batteries for 24 Volt system
1 x 12 volt Battery for starting each engine and providing power for all navigational equipment and radios.
Johnson 24 Volt Water Pressure Pump with accumulator tank for Domestic water.
220-240 Volt Immersion Heater in one Calorifier
2 Rule high capacity 24 Volt Bilge Pumps (1 in Forward area and 1 in Aft area) and a 12 Volt Rule Bilge Pump in the Forward area all three bilge pumps with automatic/manual controls.
Large Whale manual pump fitted with access in the Wheelhouse.


Navigation

Navigation and Communications Equipment
Brooks and Gatehouse Focus Depth sounder and Log, MLR FX312 GPS, JRC 1000 LCD Radar, 1 x VHF Radio (Call Sign MCAF)and Auto-helm 3000 autopilot.

Equipment

New Tigres Windlass (24 volt 1200 amps) fitted August 2003 with hand control forward and second set of controls at the steering position with new (August 2003) 50 metres of Calibrated Chain with Simpson Lawrence CQR Anchor(35 lbs) and spare Holdfast anchor (45lbs)

Original Swan Davits for tender launching, 6 x Fenders and shore lines.
3 x powder fire extingguisher(2004), 2x HFC 227ea Automatic Fire Extinguishers in engine room(2004)
1x classic searchlight, gangway, classic pilot steps on starboardside.


Rigging

1 x Hollow wooden mast easily lowered and when lowered air height 2.9 mtr, with mast up headway approx. 7.10 m.

Disclaimer

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