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Van de Stadt 43

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Van de Stadt 43 Ketch (1989) - € 69.500,-

This ship was designed with the intention of going on a long sailing trip. What first stands out about this vessel is its low silhouette, slender shape and beautiful smooth working deck with a low superstructure behind the first mast. The far aft cockpit is well equipped. The winch controls are within easy reach. Despite the hefty weight of 15 tonnes, the yacht also performs well. Two masts on which a lot of sail can be hung, a kit rig, making it easy to choose the right sail for any weather.

 

The ship was built on a core and then finished with polyester and fibreglass cloth via the hand lay-up method. The vessel was then levelled. This ensures a maintenance-free ship, with no chance of osmosis. The ship has an s-frame, is quite narrow for its length which makes it a really good windward  ship.

 

Plenty of air vents on deck for good ventilation below deck, which is especially pleasant in southern regions. Forward is a third cabin with two double berths. The boat is also comfortably furnished with a spacious galley, a good toilet and plenty of storage space. From aft to forward there is the cockpit, then - below deck - the sea cabin with 3 berths on either side, and further forward the main cabin with shower/toilet, galley and plenty of seating, and then the forward cabin with 4 berths and a spacious sail storage area in front. The ship has large tanks that allow for longer crossings without any problems. The ship is well equipped. 

 

Recent renewals:

- new propeller (2020)
- all valves replaced (2020)
- new mainsail (2021)
- furling system jib (2021)
- new cushions and upholstery (2020)
- dickinson stove (2021)
- solar panels (2023)
- isothermal boiler (2020)
- holding tank (2021) 
- wind, depth and log garmin instruments (2022)
- in may 2023 ship completely re-varnished with anti-fouling

 

General

Length: 13.10 m

Beam: 3.85 m

Draught: 205 cm

Air draught: 17 m

Material: Polyester

Designer: Van de Stadt

Shipyard: Getecon

Hull shape: S-frame

Hull colour: Beige

Deck and superstructure colour: Beige

Deck and superstructure material: Polyester sandwich

Cockpit: Rear cockpit

Open cockpit (OK)

Vertical clearance normal: 17 m

Draught: 205 cm

Maximum draught: 205 cm

Load displacement: 15 tonnes

Ballast: 4,5 ton

Steering: tiller, steering wheel prepared

Steering position: outside

Rudder: single

Keel/Leeboard: Fixed keel

 

Accommodation

Headroom: 200 cm

Cabins: 3

Berths: Fixed: 4 Extra: 1

Interior type: Classic, warm

Upholstery colour: Cream

Mattresses

Cushions

Curtains

Holding tank

Water system: Pressure system

Number of showers: 1

Toilets: 1 Manual
Lavac vacuum toilet

TV

Radio/CD player

Cooking device & fuel: 4 burners Gas (stainless steel Eno cooker with oven)

Refrigerator

 

Engine and electrics

Brand: Peugeot

Model: Indenor

Year built: 2005

Number of cylinders: 4

Power: 50 hp

Running hours: 3,500
Overhauled in 2010, 500 engine running hours after overhaul

Fuel: Diesel

Transmission: Propeller shaft

Propulsion: Propeller

Cooling: Indirect

Fuel tank number: 1

Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 550 litres

Fuel tank gauge

Tachometer

Oil pressure gauge

Temperature gauge

Battery: sufficient

Battery charger

Alternator: 100 Ah

Inverter

Voltmeter

Shore power

Voltage: 12V

 

Navigation and electronics

Compass

Depth sounder

Autopilot

GPS

VHF radio

 

Rigging

Type of rigging: Ketch

Number of masts: 2

Mast material: Aluminium

Rigging: Steel wire

Mainsail

Mizzen: mizzen staysail also available

Jib: double staysail

Headsail furling system 

Spinnaker

Manual winches

 

Equipment outside

Anchors & Equipment: 1 x

Anchor fixing: Chain

Anchor winch: Electric

Tarpaulin(s)

Side railing

Swim ladder

Fenders, lines

Oars, paddle

 

Safety

Lifebuoy

Life raft

Bilge pump: Electric

Fire extinguisher

Radar reflector

Gas tank with drain

Self-draining cockpit

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