Classic Motor Yacht (1949) 

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Classic Motor Yacht (1949) - €85.000,- 

Well maintained classic double screw motor yacht, largely in original condition. Built as the first yacht after the war at the shipyard of De Vries (Feadship) in Aalsmeer. Striking are the beautiful proportions of the round bilge hull and the elegant superstructure. In winter the ship has always been housed in a heated shed. The ship has a practical layout with a wheelhouse / saloon midships and a front and aft cabin with in between the galley and the heads. Under the floor of the wheelhouse are the two sturdy diesel engines. The ship is also equipped with a dinghy that can be hoisted onto the aft deck.

Algemeen

Length: 13m

Width: 3.50m

Draught: 114cm

Designer: De Voogt
Shipyard: De Vries, Aalsmeer - Feadship
Hull shape: Roundbilge
Hull colour: White
Deck colour: Grey
Construction: Steel
Aft cockpit

Vertical clearance: 2.5 m
Waterline length: 1,100 cm
Displacement: 13 tonnes
Steering system: Wheel
Position steering system: Inside
Rudder: Single


Accommodation
Saloon/wheelhouse
Headroom: 200 cm
Cabins: 2
Berths: fixed: 5 Extra: 2
Type interior: Classic, warm
Color upholstery: Mottled
Mattresses
Water tank & material: 200 litre
Water system: Manual
Toilets: 1
Cooker & fuel: 2 burner(s) Gas
Fridge, power source: Petroleum


Engine, electrics
Brand: Ajax (Perkins)
Year: 1950
Power: 2x 75 hp
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Shaft
Propulsion: Propellor
Cooling system: Indirect
Fuel tanks: 2
Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 200 Litre
Fuel tank gauge
Tachometer
Oil pressure gauge
Temperature gauge
Battery: 2 x 100 Ah
Battery charger
Alternator
Inverter
Voltage:  12V


Navigation and electronics
Compass
Navigation lights


Deck Equipment
Anchors & material: 1 x klipanker Forged
Anchor connection: Chain
Anchor windlass: Manual
Sea rails
Dinghy
Crane
Fenders, lines