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De Vries Steel Ketch
Expose-ID:138695
Type:Sailing boats
New / used:Used
Year built:1973
Material:
Length:19,51 m (64,0 ft.)
Width:4,80 m (15,7 ft.)
Anchored at:Grenada Grenada
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De Vries Steel Ketch
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Built 1973 to high standards by the German shipyard LÜBBE VOSS the yacht has undergone a major refit in the nineties. Just 4 yachts of this individual type were built by the yard. Long keel, vertical frame angle steel reinforced hull. În 1998 the yacht crossed the Atlantic, since then she is located in the Caribbean. However during the last 12 years the yacht spent most of the time(approx.10 years )unused on the hard in the dockyard. Still in the dockyard on the hard, the yacht is for sale now due to the owners change of mind. OWNER COMMENTS My wife and me had a look at her in Greece in 1996 In Greece she had her first refit (Kalamata, Peleponnesus) and we sailed her to a shipyard on the island of Salamina just close to the port of Piraeus where she was put out of the water and the refit was finished. After spending two very nice weeks weeks on board my wife and myself decided to buy the boat. In November/ December of the same year we traveled to Trinidad and Tobago and whilst a beautiful sunset on Tobago we decided to bring the boat to this beautiful tropical island. The journey to Tobago took place from November 1997 April 1998. It started in Kalamata Greece via Malta, Pantelleria (an Italian island close to Sicily), Tabarka (Tunisia), Mallorca, Ibiza and from there down the spanish coast to Gibraltar. Then we went to the Gran Canaria (Canary islands) to Mindelo (Cape Verde Islands). From there we crossed the Atlantic Ocean right to Tobago. Why do I tell you this? In 1997/98 there was a very stormy winter in the Mediterranean and the wind was always against us; so she had to prove its seaworthiness under extreme conditions. Especially engine and hull with waves in the 6 to 7 m range against us. We always tried to avoid extreme conditions but that was not always possible. About 30 miles from Pantelleria we got an emergency call from from an Italian sailing yacht (glass fiber) with three persons aboard. The boat broken into two and they were never found again. This is why I love steel. From April to October 1998 our family lived aboard her in Tobago. That was a fine time. We had a lot of comfort with watermark, icemaker, big coolers alternator and so on. We felt very safe and had a lot of space to live on board point. By the end of October 1998 the vessel came on the hard in Chaguaramas Trinidad at Peak Yacht Services at big shipyard. She got a shrink canvas and air-conditioning (7/24) for sun protection reasons and against mildew. We came back for Christmas season 2001/2002 where we had guests for 3 weeks, but Captain came 7 weeks earlier, my wife and myself 6 weeks. Engine was taken care of, (engine hours about 1700) the boat got painted all over and got 5 layers of anti-fouling. From February 2002 she was on the hard again until February 2009 where Captain and myself went back to Trinidad to take a look in preparation of a turn in Christmas time 2009/2010. Mid-October Captain arrived in Trinidad and started again a refit Isolation of engine room (walls and ceiling), colour all over, 3 layers of anti-fouling, new air condition, new Dinghy with Alu-bottom (good for reef), new starter batteries, new service batteries.(See dates in brackets in the list that I sent you on 27th of July), About our kitchen equipment I talked to my wife and she told me that the kitchen is complete but we dont have a microwave. There are pots, pans, knife fork and spoon, cups, plate, glasses, wineglasses, champagne glasses all in different sizes. Reason for selling We spent almost one year aboard we had already good good times with her. Time to move on. Please contact Mitch Gutcho at (860) 604-1150, Contact eGlobal Yachts. 79 Chesterfield Road, Amston, CT 06231 United States, Tel 860-604-1150, Fax 860-530-1038, Ship General, The sailing yacht was drafted according to the design of the famous Dutch ship architect W.De Vries Lentsch Jr. and built on the Luebbe Voss shipyard, known for its high quality, in the year 1973 for worldwide cruising. Also, amongst others, the famous tall ship “Lili Marlen” was built there. Ship Interior, She is a comfortable and spacious sailing yacht with an elaborate living space. The heart of the yacht is the bright deck salon with its lounge for 8 to 10 people as well as its HIFI-system and a little bar including an icemaker. Through the numerous windows you can see what’s going on outside, might it be the lively harbor-life or the great view of a fantastic Caribbean anchorage ground. Through a couple of stairs you will reach the bow where you can find 3 double cabins, 2 bath rooms, a generous galley with a ceramic stove top and a big fridge with freezer as well as the engineering room. Further stairs on the other side of the salon will take you to the spacious aft-cabin (owners-cabin) with double bed, own bath room and an additional bed. This cabin can be used as “Honeymoon Suite” or for a family with kids. Ship Exterior, If you leave the salon through a couple of stairs you will reach the top of the AFT-DECK where you find another seating area outside underneath an open sun roof. Panoramic vision guaranteed – the perfect spot for your sun set. The roof of the salon offers a huge berth which you can use for sunbathing, reading, watching the beautiful landscapes passing by or simply for lazing around. A popular spot is also the pulpit where you can meet to chat or just sit down together to watch the waves. Accommodations, There is a plan where you can see the layout. (Thats in color, the yellow is the cabins, owners cabin in the aft, with double bed and a smaller bed for one child. There are three cabins in the bow with bunk beds. The bathrooms are blue, the kitchen is orange. In purple you find the engine room above there is the deck salon, the alleyway and the repair shop with washing machine and one extra bed for i.e. a deck hand. Sails & Rigging, Steel Ketch, Standing rigging (1990), Genoa furling system Furlex (1992), Blister, Mainsail, mizzen, genoa, jib (all Lee sails 1991), Electronics, VHF, Wind instrument, log, depth sounder, 2 x GPS, Loran C, Radar, SSB transceiver, Autopilot Robertson, Navtex, Mechanical, Generator Sole 3 Cyl. Diesel, 8.4 kw, 220 V, Generator Kawasaki 2,5 kw mobile, Voltage 12V, 24V, 220V, Service and Starter Batteries 1100 Amps (2009), Hot water boiler 120 l, Pressure water pump Rheinstrom A800, Electric windlass Lofrans 4,5 PS (1990), 2 x 100m anchor chain 13mm/16mm, Anchor chain washing system, Crane for Dinghy o.e. Air condition Marine Air 24000 BTU (2009), Pressure water cleaner, Sealand Vakuum toilets (1995), Deck & Hull, Dinghy 12 AB with Aluminum bottom 2010), Outboard engine Suzuki 40 HP (1990), Jet ski Yamaha Superjet (1990), Waterski, Wakeboard, Diving compressor Bauer junior (1998) (2 bottles can be filled simultaneously), Diving equipment and bottles, Snorkel equipment, Large Sun roof (2009), swimming ladder, 3 Sun lounger(2009), Shower at stern, Safety, Life vests, Fire extinguisher, Automatic + mechanic bilge pump, Life raft for 8 Viking (2010), Epirb, Automatic fire extinguisher system, Remarks, During the last 12 years the yacht spent most of the time unused on the hard in a dockyard. However, the owner made sure that the yacht has been well ventilated during this time partly by ordering an air-conditioning unit. At present the yacht is still on the hard in a dockyard in Grenada. This round bilge steel yacht has been strongly built in Germany to high standards for crossing oceans and going anywhere in the world in safety. Ideal for large families or for crewed chartering alike. Features & Benefits, Built 1973 to high standards by the German shipyard LÜBBE VOSS the yacht has undergone a major refit in the nineties. Just 4 yachts of this individual type were built by the yard. Long keel, vertical frame angle steel reinforced hull. În 1998 the yacht crossed the Atlantic, since then she is located in the Caribbean. However during the last 12 years the yacht spent most of the time(approx.10 years )unused on the hard in the dockyard. Still in the dockyard on the hard, the yacht is for sale now due to the owners change of mind. OWNER COMMENTS My wife and me had a look at her in Greece in 1996 In Greece she had her first refit (Kalamata, Peleponnesus) and we sailed her to a shipyard on the island of Salamina just close to the port of Piraeus where she was put out of the water and the refit was finished. After spending two very nice weeks weeks on board my wife and myself decided to buy the boat. In November/ December of the same year we traveled to Trinidad and Tobago and whilst a beautiful sunset on Tobago we decided to bring the boat to this beautiful tropical island. The journey to Tobago took place from November 1997 April 1998. It started in Kalamata Greece via Malta, Pantelleria (an Italian island close to Sicily), Tabarka (Tunisia), Mallorca, Ibiza and from there down the spanish coast to Gibraltar. Then we went to the Gran Canaria (Canary islands) to Mindelo (Cape Verde Islands). From there we crossed the Atlantic Ocean right to Tobago. Why do I tell you this? In 1997/98 there was a very stormy winter in the Mediterranean and the wind was always against us; so she had to prove its seaworthiness under extreme conditions. Especially engine and hull with waves in the 6 to 7 m range against us. We always tried to avoid extreme conditions but that was not always possible. About 30 miles from Pantelleria we got an emergency call from from an Italian sailing yacht (glass fiber) with three persons aboard. The boat broken into two and they were never found again. This is why I love steel. From April to October 1998 our family lived aboard her in Tobago. That was a fine time. We had a lot of comfort with watermark, icemaker, big coolers alternator and so on. We felt very safe and had a lot of space to live on board point. By the end of October 1998 the vessel came on the hard in Chaguaramas Trinidad at Peak Yacht Services at big shipyard. She got a shrink canvas and air-conditioning (7/24) for sun protection reasons and against mildew. We came back for Christmas season 2001/2002 where we had guests for 3 weeks, but Captain came 7 weeks earlier, my wife and myself 6 weeks. Engine was taken care of, (engine hours about 1700) the boat got painted all over and got 5 layers of anti-fouling. From February 2002 she was on the hard again until February 2009 where Captain and myself went back to Trinidad to take a look in preparation of a turn in Christmas time 2009/2010. Mid-October Captain arrived in Trinidad and started again a refit Isolation of engine room (walls and ceiling), colour all over, 3 layers of anti-fouling, new air condition, new Dinghy with Alu-bottom (good for reef), new starter batteries, new service batteries.(See dates in brackets in the list that I sent you on 27th of July), About our kitchen equipment I talked to my wife and she told me that the kitchen is complete but we dont have a microwave. There are pots, pans, knife fork and spoon, cups, plate, glasses, wineglasses, champagne glasses all in different sizes. Reason for selling We spent almost one year aboard we had already good good times with her. Time to move on. Dimensions, LOA 64 ft 0 in, Beam 15 ft 9 in, Maximum Draft 7 ft 9 in, Engines, Engine Brand DEUTZ, Engine Model SA6M517, Engine Type Inboard, Engine Hours 1700, Tanks, Fresh Water Tanks (4000 Liters), Fuel Tanks (3800 Liters), Holding Tanks (1400 Liters), Accommodations, Number of cabins 4, Number of heads 3, Please contact Mitch Gutcho at (860) 604-1150, Contact eGlobal Yachts. 79 Chesterfield Road, Amston, CT 06231 United States, Tel 860-604-1150, Fax 860-530-1038
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