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33.6m/110ft Icebreaker converted into luxury yacht

33.6m/110ft Icebreaker converted into luxury yacht

Builder: Nakskov Shipyard (Denmark)
Year of Built: 1945 - Refit 2000, 2005 and 2010
Length OA: 33.60m/110ft
Cabins: 5 + crew
Location: North Italy

Comment: A vigorous icebreaker, formerly employed by Allied Forces during the WWII, with a 4.000 miles cruising range, able to cross several times the Atlantic Ocean during its life, without any stop. She used to be employed in dangerous minesweeping operations in the North Sea, with a magnetic device, still perfectly working onboard. Still cruising since 1945!
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33.6m/110ft Icebreaker converted into luxury yachtMore Details
Length OA: 33.60 m
Beam: 7.00 m
Draft: 3.20m
Displacement: 184 tons

the 35m M/V Buena Chica has been extensively refitted in 2010. She now can accommodate 10 guests in 4 large staterooms + 1 twin cabin, all with en-suite bathrooms. On deck, guests can enjoy a complete Gym and huge sunmattresses plus a superb area for al-fresco dining.

Water toys include 2 5.4m ribtenders, 2 waverunners, waterkski equipment, banana, snorkeling gear.

Ideal also for Cocktail Parties. Buena Chica has already had successful corporate events for up to 100 guests.

Accommodation
Teak interior. Accommodation for 12 in 5 cabins + saloon;
Guests rooms have private bathrooms and are: 4 double spacious and elegant Master staterooms, equipped with television, and one twin cabin with L shaped beds, all spacious and comfortables, with most essential finishing, as they had been originally conceived.Two double cabins with sofa beds suitable for children.
Separate crew quarter for 5 + Captain Saloon.
Galley with stove, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, ice maker, fridge, deep freezer.

Engines
1x 680 hp Caterpillar engine;
2x Mitsubishi generators: 1x 16 kW (1000 hrs) + 1x 20 kW (300 hrs).
Consumption: 75 Liters/hour + generator.
Cruising Speed: 10 knots.
Max Speed: 14 knots
3 bladed propeller.

Equipment
Fuel tank: 12.740 l.
Water: 8190 l. Sump tank: 2000 l.
Bowthruster 16 kw.
Watermaker producing 100 liters/hour.
Boiler 220 V.
4 electric bilge pumps. 1 manual.
2 battery chargers. (Victron).
2x Mastervolt inverters.

Navigation
Robertson autopilot.
2x compass.
2x GPS. Transas Plotter 17''.
Furuno radar.
Fastnet weatherfax.
Shipmate VHF + DSC.
Nera Inmarsat M + Fax
Furuno fishfinder
VDO echosounder
Icom SSB
Whistleminder

Watertoys and Amenities
2 exercise bikes,
2 steps,
2 rib x 5.40M WITH 200HP outboard + waterski equipment, banana, donut
2 waverunners

Safety equipment
3x 10-man life raft.
25 Lifejackets
EPIRB

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Price: € 1,200,000.00

84ft/24.00m Gaff Ketch 1897 by Paine & Sons

84ft/24.00m Gaff Ketch 1897 by Paine & Sons

You might think it is a little exaggerated to talk about a love affair when referring to a relationship between a human being and a boat, but there are many cases our days in which this relationship is an example of a real passion.
The restoration of Javelin is one of these.
Mr. Arthur Edward Payne, called “the little Payne”, was the owner of the shipyard of the same name in Northham.

84ft/24.00m Gaff Ketch 1897 by Paine & SonsMore Details
From the early years of the nineteenth century, he, together with his father, built fast boats.Mr. Payne was also well known and appreciated as one of the three best designers of the epoch together with William Fife and G.L.Watson, the father of “Britannia”.
Many of his boats were already famous then and are still operational today:
Willow Wren a gaff ketch of 1886 built along the lines of a fast pilot cutter for Lord Philip Patmore for the purpose of patrolling and hunting down smugglers, at the service of the Queen.
Cariad a gaff ketch of over 100 feet built for Lord Dunraven in 1896. In 1898, she took part in the Vasco de Gama regatta from Lisbon to India and won it.
Artemis a splendid gaff yawl designed along the lines of boats that are more familiar to us….a great winner of regattas especially in Germany.

The "little payne" was an excellent designer, but was evidently not so successful in business: his shipyard which, in 1890, had become “Summers&Payne”, was, in the early 1900’s, taken over, together with all its workers, by Camper&Nicholson and ceased to exist.

Javelin was designed in 1896, launched in 1897 and the information taken from the Lloyds, Royal Yacht Squadron and Royal Corinthian Y.C. archives states:“ the woodden sailing ketch Javelin was included in the Lloyd’s Register of Yachts 1898/99 edition.
She was built by Payne&Sons, Southampton (later Summer&Payne Limited) and designed by A.E.Payne.
She was completed in 1897 and registered in Southampton. Her length: 63.5’ , breadth: 14.3’ and depth: 9.8’.
Her sails were made by Ratsey&Lapthorne in 1897.
At the turn of the century her registered owner was:
E.R.T. Croxall of Manor Aldridge, Staffordshire who also owned the 9 ton Shulah.
With Javelin, Mr. E.R.T. Croxall won the second price at the ocean race from Cowes to Waymouth.
In 1905, she was registered to Mr. E. Steane Price.
In 1919, Javelin was on the Royal Yacht Squadron owned by Sir Duncan E. Hay and in 1920 by Mr. George A.H. Howard: by that time she was an auxiliary ketch rather than a ketch as first listed in Lloyds Register of Yachts of 1897.
In 1930, her owner was Mr. Mark Oliver.
In 1938, Mr. H. R. Sidebottom.
In 1948, Squadron Leader D. Taylor.
Her first owner, E.R.T. Croxall of Manor, Aldridge, was not a member of the Royal Yacht Squadron.
The 1897 Lloyds list his club as Royal Corinthian, Cruising Club, Royal Dorset, Oxford University Sailing Club (VC) that from 1898 adds Royal Portsmouth Corinthian and Royal Southern .”

In 1950, the boat moved to the Mediterranean and then we lost track of her. We only know that she was registered at the Real Clube Nautico of Barcelona but we do not know the name of her owner.
In the summer of 2002, her name was changed to “Javelin of Northam" and she was in a state of complete abandonment in the port of Soto Grande near Gibralta.
Mr. Herve’ Decker, in charge, for Spain and Marocco, of the Sailing Channel – the European satellite television station specialising in the world of sailing – saw her and fell in love with her.

Mr. Decker realised immediately that the boat was of immense interest and that her resurrection could be a great story to document and to present to enthusiasts.
It was, therefore, necessary to find a person who was capable of understanding her hidden value and who was prepared to finance the restoration.
After several months, Mr. Decker managed to contact an Italian entrepreneur, a fine sailor and a great enthusiast of vintage boats.
He immediately perceived the importance of Javelin and within a few months she was purchased and the decision was made, after careful evaluation, to undertake most of the restoration in Spain so the boat would be spared the stress of transportation by ship.

full specifications here

Price: € 2,500,000.00

27.00mt/88 ft  Bermudan Ketch

27.00mt/88 ft Bermudan Ketch

Builder: White - Southampton
Year: 1928
LOA: 27.00 m
Cabins: 3 + crew
Located: South of France

Comment Built to Lloyds A1 class in teak and oak to a design of Frederick Sheperd in 1928, she has been immaculately maintained by her present owner/skipper for the last 23 years and is still in perfect condition. Over 200K EUR worth of refit made in 2010.

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27.00mt/88 ft  Bermudan KetchMore Details
Builder by: WHITE
Build Year: 1928
Build Place: Southampton
Designer: Frederick Shepherd
Lenght OA: 27.00m
Beam: 4.8m
Draft: 3m
Cruising Speed: 9 Knots
Generators: 1 x
Engines: 1 x GM 200Hp

Milena is one of the last great sailing yachts still available for charter in the Mediterranean. Built to Lloyds A1 class in teak and oak to a design of Frederick Sheperd in 1928, she has been immaculately maintained by her present owner/skipper for the last 22 years and is still in perfect condition. Accommodation is for 6 in two double cabins and one twin cabin each with its own bathroom. The interior is in the elegant tradition of her period.The bright, spacious saloon comfortably and beautifully furnished, is well-ventilated and cool even in summer. Wide decks afford sunbathing space, a dining area and a large sheltered cockpit. Learn to navigate and sail under the expert tutelage of your skipper, or simply relax and enjoy the special atmosphere on board this ideal yacht for elegant cruising.

EQUIPMENT
Communications & Navigation
1 x Autopilot Neco
1 x Echo Sounder
1 x GPS Sony
1 x SSB Sailor

AMENITIES
1 x Wind surfing board
1 x Water skis
1 x Fishing gear
1 x Inflatable Zodiac Mark II Yamaha 9
1 x Inflatable Zodiac Mark II Yamaha 30
1 x CD player

Price: € 950,000.00

36m/118ft Abeking Rasmussen

36m/118ft Abeking Rasmussen

Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Year: 1957 Refit 1982and 2004
Length OA: 36 m
Located in: South of France
Total Refit in 1982, 2004-2005

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36m/118ft Abeking Rasmussen More Details
Builder: Aberking Rasmussen
Length OA: 36,00 m
Beam: 6.80 m
Draft: 2.80 m
Flag: British
Total Refit in 1982
Structural and Interiors Refit in 2004-2005

Comment A 118’ traditional yacht built in Germany by Abeking and Rasmussen yard combines all the desirable qualities of a luxury yacht

List of Refit in 2004-2005

? All refit Germanisher Lloyd Compliant
? Total Refit of electric System (All wires and Control Panel)
? New windshield
? New steel plate in Helm Station and flybridge
? New funnel
? Air System (Ventilation and Lead out) in Engine Room (in-out)
? New Thermal and sound isolation in Engine Room A 60 Compliant
? Total Refit of Bilge Pipes and Pumps
? Total Refit of Anti-fire System (Pipes and pumps)
? Disassembly and re-assembly of Rudder System
? New shaft 2 x 9m
? New steel plate and teak on front deck and aft deck

Tankage
Fuel: 10.000 Lt Water: 2.000 Lt

Remarks

• Total Refit in 1982
• Under Structural and Interiors Refit during Winter 2004

A 118’ traditional yacht built in Germany by Abeking and Rasmussen yard combines all the desirable qualities of a luxury yacht. Air conditioned and stabilized, She has been immaculately maintained and offers every comfort for those who expect elegance and good taste. With a tasteful and cosy saloon with a piano, a large dining room and the spacious covered aft-deck is able to offer another dinning area, the yacht provides all the social amenities for on board entertaining in a “grand manner”.

Accommodation

• Master full-beam Stateroom with king bed and en-suite bathroom with possibility to separate into one double cabin + one twin cabin.
• Vip Cabin with queen bed and en-suite bathroom
• Two Guest Cabin with twin bed • Crew accommodation for seven in private Quarter with own service

Machinery

• Engine: 2 x 490 Hp Caterpillar
• Engine hours: 1500
• Fuel consumption: 200 Lt/h
• Generator: 2 x Iveco 25 Kw
• Stabilizers: Vosper
• Watermaker
• Engine Controls also on Flybridge with easy access from Wheelhouse

Communication and Entertainment

• Autopilot Robertson
• Radar
• Echosounder
• GPS
• Plotter Navionics
• 2 x VHF Radio • HiFi Stereo system
• TV and VCR
• AC 220 v/ DC 24 v

Accessories

• Airconditioning Reverse Cycle
• Tender 5.30m with 90hp Mercury
• Tender 4.20m with 40hp Mercury
• Waterskis
• Windsurf
• Fishing Gear


Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Price: € 3,500,000.00

30,50mt/100ft Marconi Ketch

30,50mt/100ft Marconi Ketch

Builder: Camper & Nicholson
Year: 1939
Length OA: 30.50mt/100ft
Located: Ensenada, Baja, CA

Comment: Aile Blanche is a magnificent Camper and Nicholson that should be saved. She will need approximately 2 years of restoration to be back to her original luster. She is currently sitting on the hard at the Gran Peninsula Shipyard in Ensenada, Mexico and was surveyed in July of 2006.
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30,50mt/100ft Marconi KetchMore Details
Length OA: 30.50mt/100ft
Length WL: 22.50mt/75ft
Beam: 6.0mt/19' 6"
Draft: 4.00mt/13ft

Aile Blanche is a magnificent Camper and Nicholson that should be saved. She will need approximately 2 years of restoration to be back to her original luster. She is currently sitting on the hard at the Gran Peninsula Shipyard in Ensenada, Mexico and was surveyed in July of 2006.

Aile Blanche was built by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport. She was designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson for Rene’ Cambastet and was first launched in 1939.
The original name was Blanche Neige, hull n.466. She is a gorgeous Marconi ketch that will be the perfect project for the right individual/syndicate looking to restore and return her to the racing fleet.

Construction
2 1/4” (60 mm) teak planking fastened to steel frames using 1/2” (12.5 mm) naval bronze bolts. Her floor timbers, deck beams, and bilge stringers are also steel, bolted to the structures with naval bronze fasteners.
Frame spacing is 21" center. Her dead wood (stem, keel, stern post and horn timber) is white oak. Decks are solid teak bolted to steel deck beams.
The Burmese teak used for the hull is in perfect condition and is well secured to the frames.
This kind of construction is the strongest used in those years. Aile Blanche has powerful lines and good handling properties.

Status of Maintenance (2002)
Replaced the old engine;
Disassembled the generator and system to verify the condition of the bilge structures;
Brought back to bare wood all the varnished surfaces (in and out);
Disassembled and removed the interior to reach and paint all the metal parts.


Restoration Recommendations
It is suggested that it will take 2 years to bring Aile Blanche back to near perfect condition.

Remove and inspect the masts (they appear in good condition.)Scrape them to bare wood and repaint;
Finish to remove the interiors;
Remove 3 planks in each side (trying to save them), from the sheer down;
Rebuild the interior saving, where possible, the original parts;
Replace deck straps;
Remove garboard to access the metal floor timbers in need of repair;
A new deckhouse needs to be built;
Possibly bring back to the original design the parts modified in the ’70s;
Rebuild the electric and hydraulic system;
Update the electronics.

Price: € 435,000.00

24mt/84 ft  Gaff Schooner

Special / Sale Price - 24mt/84 ft Gaff Schooner

Year: 1911
Length OA: 24m/84ft
Cabins: N/A
Location: Maine, US
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FAQ on Sylvina W. Beal

24mt/84 ft  Gaff SchoonerMore Details
Length OA: 84'
Draft: 8'
Beam: 17'
Rigging: Gaff Rig, Two-Masted

The Sylvina W. Beal was built in East Boothbay Harbor, Maine in 1911 at the Frank J. Adams Yard. She was built for Charles H. Beal of Beals Island and named for his wife Sylvina W. (Alley) Beal. The boat has also been used as a setting in two movies, Amistad(1997) and Age of Innocence(1993).

History
Sylvina W. Beal History The Sylvina W. Beal is a knockabout schooner, a type of schooner without a bowsprit. (A spar projecting forward from the bow of a vessel.) She was built with long bow overhangs to allow easier handling at wharves and prevent loss of life at sea caused by men being washed off the bowsprit when furling heavy sails in bad weather. McManus in Essex, Massachusetts first used this design in 1901 when designing the schooner Helen B. Thomas. This design replaced the prominent bowsprits called "Widow-Makers," was fast, and very seaworthy. The Sylvina W. Beal was built in East Boothbay Harbor, Maine in 1911 at the Frank J. Adams Yard. She was built for Charles H. Beal of Beals Island and named for his wife Sylvina W. (Alley) Beal of Jonesport whom he had married on 17 November 1887. Launched as a two-masted 84-foot wooden fishing schooner, she fished as both a herring and mackerel seiner. She was also used as a seafood cargo carrier until she was converted to a windjammer passenger schooner in 1981. In 2002 she left Downeast Windjammer and Captain Steve Pagels in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, for her new berth in Eastport.

General
Rigging - Gaff Rig, Two-Masted
Sail Area - 2,200 square feet
Cargo - 60 Tons
Tons - 46 gross tons
Hull - Wood
John Deere 135 hp diesel with only 1200 hours
Borg warner gear 2" shaft
70 gals fuel in 2 - 35 gal alum. tanks
200 gals fresh water
200 gals holding tank
12 volt electrical system
VHF Raytheon
Radar Garmin
GPS
Present owner has reconstructed forward decks and some framing as needed. Spent 6 months and $50,000. on this work.

the Vessel is currently Coast Guard inspected for 50 day passengers and is presently taking daily whale watching excursions.

12' avon with 25hp outboard
New sail in 2001
New main gaff and boom 2002


Price: € 154,000.00
Price: € 99,000.00

22.50mt/73ft Atlantic trawler VOORVIT

22.50mt/73ft Atlantic trawler VOORVIT

Builder: VOORVIT Shipyard
Lenght OA: 22,45 m
Cabins:3 + crew
Location: South of France

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22.50mt/73ft Atlantic trawler VOORVIT More Details
Builder: VOORVIT Shipyard (Zaandam, Holland)
Designer: International Ship Design.
Lenght OA: 22,45 m
Beam: 5,49 m
Draft: 2,21m
Displacement: 83 t

General
Steel motor yacht built in 1965 by Voorvit Shipyard in Zaandam (Holland). Designer: International Ship Design. Dim.: 22.45 x 5.49 x 2.21 m. Displacement: 83 t. Teak deck. 3 cabins. 2x 127 hp Gardner engines. 2 generators. Vosper stabiliser. Watermaker. Bowthruster.

Accommodation
Teak interior. Accommodation for 6 in 3 cabins + saloon.
3 double cabins with double bed (possible extra bed for children).
Separate electric toilets. Showerroom or barthroom for each cabin.
2 crew cabins for 3 in 1 double + 1 single cabins.
Saloon.
Galley with Gaggenau stove, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, ice maker, fridge, deep freezer.

Machinery
2x 127 hp Gardner engines.
2x Mitsubishi generators: 1x 16 kW (1000 hrs) + 1x 20 kW (300 hrs).
Bowthruster 16 kw.
Vosper stabiliser.
Hydraulic gearbox.
Consumption: 35 lph + generator.
Speed: 8.5 kts.
3 bladed propeller.
Fuel tank: 12.740 l. Water: 8190 l. Sump tank: 2000 l.
Watermaker producing 90 lph.
Boiler 220 V.
4 electric bilge pumps. 1 manual.
2 battery chargers. (Victron).
2x Mastervolt inverters.

Navigation
Robertson autopilot.
2x compass.
2x GPS. Transas Plotter 17''.
Furuno radar.
Fastnet weatherfax.
Shipmate VHF + DSC.
Nera Inmarsat M + Fax
Furuno fishfinder
VDO echosounder
Icom SSB
Whistleminder

Equipment
2x 8-man life raft.
Novamarine 360 with 40 hp Yamaha 4 stroke engine and Novamarine 250 with 2.5 hp Honda engine.
Electric s.s. crane
Deck shower.
Extra gas-grill and freezer on upper sundeck.
Deck wash. Gangway.
2 separate air conditioning: one for fore guest cabin and one for aft cabin.
TV

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Price: € 930,000.00