This classic sailing yacht has been built in 1948 by Ernst Hatecke shipyard in Germany. Her first owner was Dirk Schlobohm, an entrepreneur from Bremerhaven, Northern Germany, who was owning one of the most successful private coffee factories in Germany at that time. Schlobohm was a passionate yachtsman himself and built the yacht as a real racing yacht, in order to meet with the standards and requirements of regattas: fast, robust and easy to handle. He sailed the yacht successfully in various regattas in the North- and Baltic Sea. In the early 60ies, the boat was sold and served the German Navy as a training ship, before she was decomissioned and retired from service in 2009. The young naval cadets were trained before going on bigger ships such as Gorch Fock. The navy also appreciated the distinguished sailing characteristics of the boat and was regularly partaking in races, which the crew specifically trained for. A demanding issue for both man and boat, always close to the wind and under full sails. Since autumn 2010 the yacht is privately held and berthed on the Baltic Sea.
Total Cabins: 2
Owner Cabins: 1
Guest Cabins: 0
Crew Cabins: 1
Berths (Owner): 2
Berths (Guests): 0
Berths (Crew): 5
Bath (Owner): 1
Bath (Guests): 0
Bath (Crew): 0
LAYOUT AND ACCOMMODATION
Separated by a door, the owner's cabin is situated between the saloon and the forepeak. The owner's cabin disposes of a double berth on port with voluminous drawers underneath and several hanging lockers and drawers with a small seat in the middle on starboard side. The new wooden mahogany floor panels offer further storage underneath. All catches, hooks, drawer pulls are of brass. A skylight is situated in the middle of the room.
The forepeak has got two hanging lockers for wet suits and safety equipment, a new installed three level wooden rack with boxes that serves well as storage for food, tool boxes etc. and is further accesible through a fore hatch.
Left and right of the companionway there are two single berths, with broad shelves and storage space underneath. The visible restored mahogany hull walls shine in warm deep colour and contrast to the white ceiling panels. A further bunk bed is in the forepeak and two persons can also be accommodated on the saloon sofas where the backsides can be folded up to extend the matress for better comfort.
The galley is located opposite to a big, foldable chart table with foldable stool. The galley itself is equipped with a cardanic gas oven and stove and a sink with a brass handpump and water tap. A big cupboard with sliding doors is spacious enough for all kind of crockery as well as food. Underneath the mahogany working surface a base cabinet gives space for cutlery and pot and pan.
The toilet room comes with a powerful Rheinstrom manual pump WC and a sink with brass tap. Above and behind the toilet a closed locker, shelves and an open locker with a hanging rack allows for storage of any kind of bath and other utensils.
The restored aft peak got a new floor and is a very practical storage for fenders, ropes, tool boxes etc. A new Teak cockpit flooring enables easy access to the engine from above. The engine, encased in a wooden box can also be reached from inside.
The clear deck is nicely framed and structured by varnished deck frames, king planks, along with the varnished deckhouse, skylights and fore hatch.
The yacht's layout impresses with a very spacious and cozy saloon that can seat easily 6 to 8 guests around a big table on a large U-shaped sofa and another long sofa on the opposite side. On star and port side the saloon has got various overheadlockers, some closed with mahogany fronts others with security glass doors and shelfs, that are painted white inside which contrasts nicely to the honey coloured mahogany and the dark cream canvas. On starboard a desk gives further storage place. The floor is covered with a loose carpet. A big skylight illuminates the room by day, and ceiling and original wall lamps of the 50s bring in the right atmosphere.
Rig Type: Rigg - Spruce main mast and boom - Spruce mizzen mast and boom
Mast: Main mast on keel, mizzen on deck. Main mast with one LEWMAR self tailing winch for main sail and oneBarient self tailing winch for genoa
Spinnaker boom: Aluminum spinacker boom
Main engine type: VOLVO PENTA MD22 (60hp) (completely revised in 2011)
Propeller: 3 blade propeller on shaft with Z-belt transmission to engine
Fuel Tank: 200 l
Fresh Water Tank: 150 l
Fresh Water Tank Description: Fresh water system on automatic pressure pump
Waste Treatment System: Grey water tank (8l) (Whale) with automatic grey water pump (Whale Gulper). Black water: 160l (installed, but not connnected)
Batteries: 4 x Service Battery 12V in row (DryFit navy type) - 1 x Starter Battery 12V (DryFit navy type) - 24V electrical service system - 12V starter system
Battery Charger: Heavy duty battery charger (2010)
Converters: 24V to 12V converter (2010). 12V and 24V main switch
Shore Power: 220V shore power
Compass: Compass (illuminated)
GPS/plotter: iPad with Navionics charts (chartplotter). Handheld GPS
TV: DVBT TV receiver (Wifi integrated) External DVBT TV amplifying antenna
Stereosystem: 12V Car Radio/CD/AuxIn
Stove: Cardanic ENO 2 flame gas stove with oven
Main: 1 Main sail in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011) Genoa: 1 Genoa in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011)
Jib: 1 Fock in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011)
Mizzen: 1 Mizzen in quite new status (bought used in 2011) Spinnaker: 1 Spinnaker (ca. 200qm)
Winches: Cockpit with two 2-speed Lewmar winches and two 3-speed Lewmar winches. Self tailing winch on main boom for reef. Anchor and chain: Manual anchor winch (can also be used as rope winch) - 27kg galvanized anchor (CQR type) - 45m galvanized chain (10 mm) - 20kg galvanized spare anchor with rope Bathing ladder: Long foldeable stainless steel bathing ladder with deck fixation Canvas Cover: Canvas tarpaulins for both booms, life raft and tender
Canvas Cover: Canvas tarpaulins for both booms, life raft and tender
GSM: External GSM 4G/LTE amplifying antenna
Internet: WLAN router - 4G/LTE modem. External WiFi amplifying antenna
Tender 1: 1 x inflatable tender (4 persons)
Life rafts: 1 x self-inflatable life raft (8 persons)
Life jackets: 6 x automatic life vests (150N). 2 x hard body life vests. 2 x rescue rings (one with 20m rope)
Life belts: 2 x lifebelts
Fire extinguisher: 2 x Fire extinguishers
Construction: steel hull on steel frames with teak deck on plywood Round frames (0,5m width between each frame)
- Plywood deck (25mm)
- Teak deck (25mm)
- Teak superstructure - Mahogany interior
DECK EQUIPMENT AND GROUND TACKLE
- Varnished teak frames and king plank
- Varnished skylights and hatches
- Skylight, deckshouse and cockpit in teak
- Manual anchor winch (can also be used as rope winch) - 27kg galvanized anchor (CQR type)
- 45m galvanized chain (10 mm)
- 20kg galvanized spare anchor with rope
- Stainless steel railing
- Cockpit with two 2-speed Lewmar winches and two 3-speed Lewmar winches - Two gas bottles in box on deck with main valve
- 4 x bronze deck cleats
- 4 x bronze cockpit cleats
- 6 heavy brass cowl vents
- Varnished foldable Teak cockpit table
- Long foldeable stainless steel bathing ladder with deck fixation
- 6 x fenders
- Diverse mooring lines and ropes
MACHINERY AND PROPULSION
- Engine: Volvo Penta MD22 (60hp)(completely revised in 2011)
- Propulsion: 3 blade propeller on shaft with Z-belt transmission to engine - Tiller steering
- Controls from Cockpit
- Water cooled exhaust
MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND TANKAGE
- 12V and 24V main switch
- All cabling in heavy duty navy type
- Electrical heavy duty bilge pump (Rheinstrom) - Small electrical bilge pump
- Emergency manual bilge pump (Whale)
- Sink with brass hand pump (prepared for seawater) and brass water tap
SPECIFICATION OF "ATALANTA CLASSIC SAILING YACHT", PAGE 8 OF 27
- 2 x rescue rings (one with 20m rope) - Nico signal
- Alarm systems for bilges
- Spare transmission belt for shaft - Spare tiller
- Several ropes and mooring lines
- Several spare shackles and blocks
RESTORATION AND REFIT
During the last three four years since the yacht is again privatel owned it has been untertaken a comprehensive and profound restoration. Despite her age the yacht basically still got the original layout and also the interior was almost completely conserved. Most of the compartments has been stripped bare to the hull, furniture, ceilings, floors been completely removed in order to derust for anticorrosion works of hull and bilges before insulating with aluminum laminated rock- wool. In ther restored ares all wooden parts were properly refurbished and varnished and new wooden floors were laid.
The yacht got new pipes and hoses and a modified bilgepump and greywater system in form of an aoutomatic grey water tank, to keep the bilges all dry and prevent from corrosion.
The engine got a complete overhaul in 2011.
Hull and cockpit saw some steel works, where small plates were exchanged and not used outlets were closed.
The yacht is very well maintained and her appeal lies in her elegant lines as well as in the fact that her clean set up allows for sailing her by two persons only.
Together with her layout that stands out through an impressive spacious salon makes her an easy going and very comfortable cruising yacht where one can feel at home any time.
The fact that she has got a steel hull and is insulated also allows to stay aboard in winter times or even to explore winter in Northern Scandinvia. In the summer the temperature inside is also a steady pleasant one. The current owners enjoyed many nice trips and longer aboard stays even in winter.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.