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Trintella IV

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Trintella IV (1975) - € 69.500,-

Along with the I, the Trintella IV is possibly the most frequently built type of the legendary Anna Weaver yard. This type was so popular that a second yard in England started building this design hulls, the Tyler yard. That is also where the hull of this scchip comes from. Built for comfortable ocean voyages, you could find this type of ship in every corner of the world.

 

The original layout has been completely changed in this ship. Aft is now a king-size double bed, with its own shower/toilet and the forward cabin houses the seating and cooking area. For this, the main cabin was thoroughly rebuilt by a boatyard, with a very satisfactory result. This is certainly the most beautiful Trintella IV on the market. So the new interior is also certainly not worn out as you see on many of the Trintellas now on the market. The engine is also quite recent compared to most Trintellas and has limited engine hours.  

 

Above deck, the deep, secure centre cockpit is striking. The new cockpit tent, very well designed with plenty of light & visibility makes this space a lovely place to be during the day, in any type of weather. The ketch rigging is easily manageable for two people and makes it easy to adjust sail handling to any type of weather. The extensive navigation instruments show that the current owner also sails it at sea.

 

Much has been renewed recently:

- Engine (2008)

- Interior (2008)

- Sprayhood and cockpit tent (2021)

- Hoods (2018)

- Mainsail, mizzen sail, spinnaker (2018)

- Plotter with integrated radar and AIS (2021)

 

General

Length: 12.20 m

Beam: 3.50 m

Draught: 1.60 m

Air draught: 16.50 m

Material: Polyester

Displacement: 11 tonnes

Ballast: 4 tons

Designer: Van de Stadt
Shipyard: Anna weaver
Hull shape: Round bilge
Hull colour: White
Deck and superstructure colour: White
Deck and superstructure material: Polyester
Cockpit: Mid-cockpit
Aft cabin (AK)
Steering system: Steering wheel
Steering position: outside
Rudder: single
Keel/Leeboard: Continuous keel


Accommodation
Headroom: 190 cm
Cabins: 2
Berths: Fixed: 4 Additional: 1
Interior type: Classic, warm
Upholstery colour: Blue
Mattresses
Cushions
Curtains
Water tank & equipment: 500 litres stainless steel
Water tank gauge
Holding tank & equipment: 210 litres stainless steel
Deck extraction dirty water
Water system: Pressure system
Hot water
Number of showers: 1
Toilets: 2 Manual
TV
Cooking device & fuel: 4 burners Gas
Fridge
Heating: hot air, Eberschprecher


Engine and electrics
Engine make: Perkins
Model: M92B
Year built: 2008
Number of cylinders: 4
Power: 82 hp
Hour counter
Running hours: approx. 2,000
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: PRM 500
Transmission: Propeller shaft
Propulsion: Propeller
Cooling: indirect
Fuel tank number: 2
Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 600 litres
Fuel tank material: polyester
Fuel tank gauge 
Tachometer
Oil pressure gauge
Temperature gauge
Bow thruster: Electric
Battery: 3 x
Battery charger
Alternator
Battery monitor
Inverter: 1,500 Watt
Voltmeter
Shore power
Shore cable
Voltage: 12V 220V


Navigation and electronics
Compass: Sestrel Moore
Log/speed
Depth sounder
Wind gauge
Navigation lights
Rudder indicator
Autopilot
Chartplotter (new) 
Radar
AIS
VHF radio


Rigging
Type of rigging: Ketch
Number of masts: 2
Mast material: Aluminium
Rigging: Steel wire
Number of sails: 3
Sail material: Dacron
Mainsail
Genoa
Electric winches: 1
Manual winches: 6
Selftailing: 4


Equipment outside
Anchors & Equipment: 1 x plough cast iron
Anchor attachment: Chain
Anchor winch: Electric
Tube cover
Cockpit tent
Exterior cushions
Side railing
Pulpit and stern chair(s)
Bathing ladder
Teak deck
Fenders, lines


Safety
Lifebuoy
Life raft (inspected)
Bilge pump: Manual Electric
Radar reflector
Gas tank with drain
Selfdraining cockpit

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