A beautifully converted Danish fishing cutter and recent winner of the Concours d'Elegance at Antigua Classic Regatta.
Built in 1924 as a fishing boat and painstakingly converted in the Netherlands over a number of years. Relaunched in 2003 as an elegant cruising yacht with a very comfortable interior and all new systems.
69 feet length overall and 55 feet on deck with a 15 foot beam, draft of 8 feet and 45 ton displacement.
Equipped for a circumnavigation she crossed the Atlantic in 2013 and has been day-chartering in the Caribbean for the last three years.
Massively built of 2" oak planking on oak frames, solid teak decks and fitted with a 135hp DAF diesel engine, Kohler generator, watermaker, and huge tankage.
The interior is typically Scandinavian with a master cabin, two guest cabins and a crew cabin. A fully equipped chef's galley with Leibherr fridge and freezer and a single head with shower complete the accomodation. Light, airy and with 6'4" headroom throughout
With Raymarine sailing instruments, radar and autopilot and a full complement of safety gear including twin liferafts.
A head turining classic perfect for a family to cruise around the globe in style and comfort.
Alternatively she could continue Chartering in the Caribbean.
Please contact Richard Watson at Caribbean Brokerage in Antigua for further details and to arrange an inspection.
Tenderbåt - 10' RIB with Honda 10hp outboard
Räddningsflotte - two
Teak i sittbrunn
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