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Ketch rigged motorsailer robustly constructed in steel, built to Lloyds 100A1+LMC and maintained in class. Extensive refit 2000/1 including total rewiring, installation of a bowthruster, generators, electronics, air conditioning, tenders, foredeck crane, interior refurbishment etc. An exceptional yacht which a new owner can enjoy without consideration of further expenditure.


Afmetingen   27,45 x 6,25 x 2,95 (m)
Materiaal   staal
Bouwjaar   1964
Motor(en)   2 x Gardner 6L3B Diesel
PK/Kw   172 (pk), 126,42 (kw)
Ligplaats   contact Palma
Verkoop informatie   De Valk Palma
Status   verkocht
Btw   vrijgesteld


90' Steel Ketch, built in 1964 by A. Swets in Holland, designed by R. van den Akker, LOA 27.45m (90'1"), LWL 22.96m (75'4"), beam 6.25m (20'6"), draft 2.95m (9'8"), steel hull and superstructure, teak decks (new 1996), built to Lloyds 100A1+LMC, gross tonnage 133.3 tons, 14,600 litres (3,216 Imp gallons) fuel capacity, 6,000 litres (1,322 Imp gallons) water capacity, flybridge with second steering position, Tenfjord hydraulic steering.


The interior was completely refurbished in 2000 including new upholstery, carpeting, teak panelling, wall coverings, headlinings - all with thermal and sound insulation, underfloor lead-lined sound insulation in saloon.

Accommodation for six guests in three double cabins. Full width owner's stateroom with double bed to port and single passage making berth to starboard, full ensuite bathroom. Two twin bedded guest cabins each with ensuite wc/showeroom. Plus accommodation for five crew in two double and one single cabin, crew wc/showerroom, crew mess (rebuilt 2000).

Raised saloon refitted in 2000 including new finely crafted 6 drawer front loading chart cabinet and table, communications desk, 2 alcantara trimmed helm seats and new deckhead. L-shaped seating area and antique ship captain's writing desk. Dining area with original swivel table seating 6 guests. Bar with stainless steel sink, fridge (2000) and icemaker (2000).

Galley upgraded in 2000, double drainer stainless steel sink and working surface, fridge and freezer (2000), Halogen hob (2000), Miele De Luxe H622 electric oven, microwave oven (2000), extractor (2000), Indesit dishwasher, Miele W701 washing machine, Philips tumble dryer. Original design GIRIZ II embossed dinner service, glassware and cutlery.

Condaria 120,000 BTU triple compressor reverse cycle heating/air conditioning with new air handlers and climate controls throughout (2000), Sea Fresh 6,000 litres (1,322 Imp gallons) per day watermaker (2000), electronic vacuum toilets (2000).


Twin Gardner 6L3Bs 172 hp diesels, 2:1 reduction boxes, cruising speed approx. 8.5 knots, range approx. 3,850 nm, consumption approx. 30 litres (6.6 Imp gallons) per hour, twin Racor fuel filtration systems on engines and generators, Torkmaster 50 hp bowthruster with proportional controls in wheelhouse and flybridge (2000), Koopnautic Searocq 2030 stabilizers.

Halon fire extinguishing system in engineroom with automatic/manual alarm, Hydraulic fire/bilge pump (2000), 220v AC fire/bilge pump (2000), Jabsco 24v DC bilge pumps fitted in all bilge compartments (2000).

Totally rewired under Lloyds supervision, 220v 3 phase 50 Hz AC systems, 12/24v DC systems, custom-built electrical distribution panels including 220v/24v/shorepower and navigation lights (2000), bilge alarm panel with indicators on bridge (2000). Service batteries, main start batteries, radio/emergency batteries, two Victron 80 amp battery chargers (2000), shorepower connectors and transformer (2000). G&M 35kw generator, Perkins 35kw generator (2000).

Engineroom completely refitted in 2000 with fireproof sound insulation, engineroom access hatch installted.


Gyrocompass (2000), wind instruments with flybridge repeaters (2000), two Robertson autopilots with wheelhouse and flybridge controls (2000), Furuno 96 nm Daylight radar (2000), Furuno FR8100DA 72nm Daylight radar, Furuno chart plotter (2000) interfaced to both autopilots, ICOM GMDSS SSB (2000), range of handheld VHFs and low power microphone/headsets (2000), VHF on flybridge, Furuno GP30 GPS, Furuno D weatherfax, Tracphone Mini M Satellite communications system (2000), Panasonic centralised telephone exchange system (2000), automatic foghorn (2000).

VDO engine instruments with flybridge repeaters (2000), CCTV engineroom monitor (2000), navigation light indicator panel (2000), bilge alarm light indicator panel (2000), custom built 220v and 24v distribution boards and shore power input (2000), complete inventory of contemporary courtesy and code flags and dress lights correctly stowed.


Stereo systems in saloon and owner's cabin (2000), multi-function telephone system in each cabin (providing satellite / cellular / landline / internal) (2000).

Covers for foredeck hatch, locker, crane and windlass (all 2000), aft and foredeck sun awnings with stainless steel supports, aft deck seating spray awning (2000), flybridge spray awning (2000), aft deck furniture and sunbeds (2000), aft deck cushions and covers for seating (2000).

Windlass with twin gypsies and warping drums (new hydraulic motor 2000), two custom built hydraulic aft deck capstans (2000), two Admiralty Pattern 67.5 kg anchors with 90m chain, Danforth kedge anchor, Torkmaster hydraulic Hyab knuckle crane on foredeck, Avon 4.5m RIB tender with Yamaha 50 hp 4-stroke outboard (2000), Avon inflatable crew tender with outboard (2000), two RDF 8-person liferafts, 4 lifebuoys (2 with lights), Lo-Kata 406 Mhz EPIRB with hydrostatic release, lifejackets, flares, fire extinguishers, fire blanket (all to Lloyds requirements).

Sidedeck boarding ladder with swimming platform and swimming ladder (2000), port side boat boom, dive compressor (installed 2000), stainless steel escape ladder/rail in owner's cabin (2000).


John Powell of Emsworth aluminium main and mizzen masts and booms, (upstepped, rewired and repainted in 2000), re-rigged in 1990, all rigging tested in 2000, standing and running rigging (1990), in-mast furling (1990), Hood Seafurl furling on genoa, Lewmar genoa furling drum (2000), spinnaker pole.

Approximate sail area 278 sq.m (3,000 sq.ft), Hood sails: main, mizzen, genoa, MPS, mizzen staysail. Storm jib.

2x Harken Barbarossa 66 electric sheet winches on sidedecks
1x Harken Barbarossa 56 electric 2-speed winch on foredeck
2x Lewmar 56 2-speed winches at exterior helm position
2x Lewmar 52 2-speed winches on main mast
2x Lewmar 43 2-speed winches on mizzen
John Powell jamming cleats on main mast
Spinlock jamming cleats on mizzen


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