15.00 m x 4.05 m x 2.00 m
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Data about the first construction of the ship
She was designed and built as a 'one-off' at the same time as the sister ship (the red boat on the last photos). Construction started in 1996. The two hulls were created side by side. The sister ship is considerably simpler finished, cat rigged, and partly because of that she was ready earlier. After the crossing to the Caribbean she sailed around in South America for several years now.
Construction started with an oak-slat and epoxy laminated solid oak keel bar, which runs from the back of the ship, slowly rejuvenating in one piece to the top of the bow. The trusses and roof beams are also made from laminated oak slats. The long-distance stringers are 3x3 also made of oak.
All the construction wood in the ship is also made of oak.
The keel bar is built on a massive steel shaped plate of 5 cm thick and fastened with stainless steel wire ends. Underneath the steel keel sole is another, also steel, container filled with lead over the full length. E.e.a. obviously laminated.
The hull of the ship is made up of 3 layers of crosswise applied strips of 6 mm guarantee plywood (Jumbo). The so-called 'West' system, on which two layers of fiberglass reinforced epoxy have been applied. Below the waterline, these are 3 layers, so that the skin thickness has risen above 22/25 mm.
Epoxy from the Graf brand from Austria was used for all adhesive joints. In the already sailing sister ship, the whole has proved to be particularly light and strong. Displacement 15 mton, both at sea and in port. Extreme weather in the port of Porto Santo in Madeira was endured here while the ship was on a concrete quay with just over 75 tons of different ships alongside without any noticeable effects on hull ect.
Due to the high freeboard, the design also sails exceptionally dry in almost any type of weather.
On the inside there is still some things to be finished. The kitchen is not completely finished yet, there is no good floor in it and the ceiling should also be put in. The operation of the engine is not known. The boat has been neatly covered in the harbor during the past five years, but has not been used so that the operation of the engine is unknown. The ship lends itself to permanent living.
The hull is made of wood epoxy.
Thickness hull ca 30 mm below the waterline and 24 mm above the waterline with a 40 mm thick mirror, Okumé cover class VSIG-C
Trusses and keel made of oak
Schoenergetuigd, 2 masts
Gas: 2 gas cylinders built in bun on aft deck
Water tanks 2 times: 1 time of 400 liters and 1 of 200 liters
Fuel tank of 250 liters
Winches: 6 pieces of which 2 reserve
Some heavy anchors present
The ship is registered as a seagoing vessel
Registration number: 19924 ZR
Front cabin with 2 berths
B.B. guest cabin with 2 cages above each other
S.B. toilet room with washbasin
B.B. Salon with U-shaped sofa
S.B. navigation angle
S.B. kitchen, various closet space
B.B. machine shop plus machine room
S.B. piece of kitchen
B.B. owner's cabin with double bed. Various closet space available
S.B. bench (fixed bench, to be used as extra bed)
B.B. behind toilet and sink owner, various closet space
B.B. middle shower owner (adjacent to machine workshop)