Mystic 60 

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Mystic 60 (1989, refit 2020) - € 349.900,-

SAEMIAS is a beautiful German Frers design, a fast ketch rigged sailing yacht, suited for a small crew and long stays at sea. She has undergone a thorough refit (300k) in the past 2 years including a new teak deck, new reversing clutch, new solar panels, new dinghy, new outboard motor, new watermaker, inside and outside repainted, hull covered with wrapping technology, new plumbing, new electrical installation, and new security equipment. One of the most beautiful and comfortable sailboats you can find.

 

"When we sailed back from the Fastnet with Alan Morgan a few years ago, we set out to find the ideal yacht. Soon we agreed that she had to be fast and elegant, have beautiful movement at sea, be responsive and lively, but at the same time be strong and comfortable. We dreamt of a hot shower and a cosy dry berth, a good galley for cooking and a large comfortable cabin. A functional deck like they had on the racer we sailed with, but without so much crew (whose personalities were starting to impose themselves on everyone). A lot of time was spent discussing the pros and cons of the centre cockpit versus the aft cockpit, without coming to a conclusion. All things considered, we came to the conclusion that the hull should be between 55 and 62 feet long, with moderate draft and spade rudder. We were so excited by the results of our discussion that we decided on the spot that these would be the starting points for the design of the new MYSTIC 60, a yacht I was proud to draw." Alan Morgan - German Frers

 

General

Length: 18.28 m
Beam: 4.88 m
Draught: 260 cm

Designer: German frers
Shipyard: Ta shing, Taiwan
Hull Shape: Round bilge
Hull colour: Red
Deck and superstructure colour: White, entirely new teak deck
Hull, deck and superstructure material: Polyester
Cockpit: Mid-cockpit
Draught: 260 cm
Displacement: 25 ton
Ballast: 10 tons
Steering system: Steering wheel
Steering position: Outside
Remote control

Rudder: single 
Keel/Leeboard: Fixed keel


Accommodation
Saloon
Headroom: 200 cm
Dining area

Engine room
Cabins: 4
Berths: Fixed: 11
Interior type: Classic, warm
Upholstery colour: Red
Mattresses
Cushions
Curtains
Water tank & equipment: 900 litres stainless steel
Water tank gauge
Water maker: 100 litres/hour
Holding tank & equipment: 1x black water, 2x grey water
Holding tank gauge
Holding tank discharge pump
Water system: Pressure system
Hot water
Outside water: deck wash pump outside shower
Number of showers: 3
Toilets: 3
Cooking device & fuel: 4 burners Gas
Oven
Microwave oven
Fridge & power supply: Electric Waeco
Freezer: Waeco


Engine and electrics
Brand: Perkins Sabre
Model: 135
Year built: 2005
Number of cylinders: 6
Power: 135 hp
Hour counter
Running hours: 1,500
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox
Transmission: Propeller shaft
Propulsion: Drop thruster
Cooling: Indirect
Fuel tank number: 3
Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 600 litres
Fuel tank material: stainless steel
Max speed: 9 knots
Cruising speed: 7 knots
Fuel tank gauge

Tachometer
Oil pressure gauge
Temperature gauge
Bow thruster: Electric
Battery: 9 x 180 Ah
Battery charger: 16 A
Alternator:

Generator: nanni 6 kW
Inverter: 3,000 Watt
Voltmeter

Shore power
Shore cable
Solar panels: 175 Watt
Consumption monitor
Voltage: 24V 220V


Navigation and electronics
Compass
Log/speed
Depth sounder
Wind gauge
Navigation lights
Autopilot
Chartplotter
Radar
AIS
SSB receiver
VHF radio


Rigging
Type of rigging: Ketch
Number of masts: 2
Mast material: Aluminium
Rigging: Steel wire
Number of sails: 8
Sail material: Dacron, Hydranet
Mainsail
Mizzen
Genoa
Jib
Headsail furling system 
Storm jib
Spinnaker
Electric winches: 5
Manual winches: Selftailing


Equipment outside
Anchors: 2
Anchor attachment: Chain
Anchor winch: Electric
Tube cover
Bimini
Exterior cushions
Side railing
Bathing platform
Swim ladder
Tender
Tender outboard motor
Teak deck
Fenders, lines
Oars, paddle
Cockpit table


Safety
Lifebuoy
Life raft
EPIRB
Bilge pump: Manual Electric
Radar reflector
Life jackets
Gas locker with drain
Self-draining cockpit